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The Cherokee Strip (1937)

Passed | | Action, Music, Western | 15 May 1937 (USA)
It's the opening of the Cherokee Strip and Ling Carter has slipped in early and now controls the new town of Big Rock. His old nemesis Dick Hudson is also there but he is unsuccessful in ... See full summary »

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(as Noel Smith)

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(screenplay), (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Janie Walton
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Tom Valley (as David Carlyle)
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Smoke, Dick's Horse
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Ruth Valley (as Helen Valkis)
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Link Carter (as Ed Cobb)
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Army Officer
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Blade Simpson
Gordon Hart ...
Judge Ben Parkinson
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Henchman Joe Brady
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Bill Tidewell
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George Walton
Walter Soderling ...
Mink Abbott
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Barty Walton
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It's the opening of the Cherokee Strip and Ling Carter has slipped in early and now controls the new town of Big Rock. His old nemesis Dick Hudson is also there but he is unsuccessful in his battle with Carter. But when Carter turns to rustling and then to murder, Lawyer Hudson is ready. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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Dick sings his latest hit, "My Little Buckaroo" See more »

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Action | Music | Western

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15 May 1937 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Les conquérants de l'Ouest  »

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1.37 : 1
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Goofs

When the boy shoots at Dick in the beginning, with each shot there are two splashes in the water. After the boy stops shooting, there are several more splashes. See more »

Quotes

Dick Hudson: Tom Valley, you old buckaroo, how are ya?
Tom Valley: If I was twins, I'd feel twice as good!
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Connections

Featured in Let's Sing a Song of the West (1947) See more »

Soundtracks

Along the Old Frontier
(uncredited)
Music by M.K. Jerome
Lyrics by Jack Scholl
Played by Glenn Strange's band
Sung by Dick Foran and Tommy Bupp at the jubilee
Played as background often
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Dick Foran Turns LAWYER!
2 October 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Watched plenty of Classic Cowboy Westerns but somehow I seemed to have missed this Singing Cowboy film with Dick Foran,(Dick Hudson),"The Big Night",'60, who all of a sudden puts up a sign on a tent that says 'LAWYER'. In the opening scene you see a town just starting out with various tents all around with people of different trades starting up a new settlement. However, the so called Bad Guy has taken over the town and his name is Edmund Cobb,(Link Carter),"Requiem For a Gunfighter",'65. The cowgirl sweetheart in town is Jane Bryan (Jean Walton),"Girls on Probation",'38. Jane's father tries to change his ways and will not go along with the evil plans of Link Carter. Dick Hudson decides to take this problem to court and put these people on trial. A young boy has fun putting his two cents into the action and plays around with guns and their bullets and causes the story to have a great ENDING! Great Classic Foran Film!


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