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Under Montana Skies (1930)

Clay gets a musical troop out af jail and helps raise money so they can put on their show. During the performance Blake and his men rob the box office. The townsmen give chase and Clay goes after Blake.

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Clay Conning
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Sunshine
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Mary
Nita Martan ...
Blondie
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Abner Jenkins
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Martha Jenkins
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Sheriff Pinkie
Christian J. Frank ...
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Cowhand Clay Conning rescues a theatrical troupe in the town of Red Rock by using the lead singer/dancer, Blondie, to threaten to compromise the hotel owner, Abner Jenkins. Clay pays their hotel bill but Martha Jenkins whose husband also owns the opera house objects to the showing going on. Clay, who has fallen in love with Mary, the troupe's leading lady, begins courting Mrs. Jenkins at a level she thinks is higher than he does. Frank Blake, a cattle rustler convicted by Clay, holds up the box office after the show begins. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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A WHOLE STAMPEDE OF WILD WEST LAFFS! (original poster) See more »


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10 September 1930 (USA)  »

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(RCA Photophone System)

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1.37 : 1
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This film's initial telecast in Los Angeles took place Saturday 8 October 1949 on KFI (Channel 9). See more »

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How Could Anyone Help Lovin' a Man Like You?
Sung by Nita Martan
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Not a Singing Cowboy
14 August 2003 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

....But a surprisingly good off-kilter Wester as the hero bails out a show of jazz chorines and helps them put on a show. There are some fairly good musical interludes, including the surprisingly sweet "Underneath Montana Skies" and Slim Summerville is in his usual reliable form as comedy relief.


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