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Big Boy Rides Again (1935)

Passed | | Western | 5 January 1935 (USA)
A man comes to town to claim the estate of his father, who was shot by a masked killer. He sets out to find who did it.

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(as AlbertHerman)

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(story) (as Wm. Nolte)
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Tom (as Big Boy Williams)
Constance Bergen ...
Nancy Duncan (as Connie Bergen)
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John Duncan (as Chas. French)
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Tap Smiley
Victor Potel ...
Scarface
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Hartecker (as Wm. Gould)
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Windy
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Al
Louis Vincenot ...
Sing Fat (as Louis Vin Cenet)
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Storyline

Receiving an urgent letter from his father to return home, Tom Duncan arrives to find him murdered. When his servant and then his sidekick disappear, Tom sees a masked stranger leaving the ranch and chases him. But the stranger's men are waiting and Tom soon finds himself a prisoner. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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Western

Certificate:

Passed
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1.37 : 1
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Trivia

The earliest documented telecast of this film occurred Saturday 16 January 1948 on WTMJ (Channel 3) (Milwaukee); other early local telecasts include Thursday 2 December 1948 on WATV (Channel 13) (New York City), and Sunday 30 April 1950 on KLAC (Channel 13) (Los Angeles). See more »

Goofs

When henchman Al guards Tom Duncan all tied up with his hands behind his back, Duncan's horse shows up, and Duncan clearly sees him through an open window. However, when Duncan backs up to the window to have the horse chew through the rope around his wrists, the window is completely covered by a pair of curtains. See more »

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Remade as Saddle Mountain Roundup (1941) See more »

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The worst bar fight in the history of cinema
5 January 1999 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

This movie is a classic "MST3K" movie. Nonsensical cuts and segues make following this movie nearly impossible. This movie contains, bar none, the worst bar fight in the history of movies (ironically, Guinn "Big Boy" Williams was in the classic western "Dodge City", which contains one of the best barroom brawls in movie history), with disappearing people, props, and cuts in action that follow no form of chronological continuum. That said, I can only say that I wish I had this classic clunker on tape.


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