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I'm from the City (1938)

Passed | | Comedy, Romance, Western | 5 August 1938 (USA)
Pete Pepper (Joe Penner) is a shy, timid circus performer who is scared to death of horses, but rides like a whirlwind when he has been hypnotized by "Ollie" Finch (Richard Lane). Pete is ... See full summary »

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Willie
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Jeff, Ranch Foreman
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Colonel Bixby (as Lafayette McKee)
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Red, Ranch Hand
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Butch, Ranch Hand (as Clyde Kinney)
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Pete Pepper (Joe Penner) is a shy, timid circus performer who is scared to death of horses, but rides like a whirlwind when he has been hypnotized by "Ollie" Finch (Richard Lane). Pete is entered as a competitor in a wild-west cross-country obstacle race...and has to ride without being hypnotized. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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5 August 1938 (USA)  »

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Eu Sou de Circo  »

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(RCA Victor System)

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1.37 : 1
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Billy Franey was listed as a cast member in a Hollywood Reporter production chart, but he was not seen in the film. See more »

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Three Blind Mice
Traditional children's song
Played in the score when Pete, Rosie and Wille seem to be playing hide and seek
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Pitiful!
11 March 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Sorry, folks - if you have a relative who was involved in this awful flick, you should avoid my comments - because you won't be happy with my review.

This was awful in every way. The characters are hollow, the plot is hopeless, and the "comic" moments are painful.

The storyline involves winning a race and saving the ranch for Grandma. Examples of the implausible and unfunny sketches: two folks use a wolf howl as a signal, and a real wolf's howl confuses their signaling. The sheriff must

secretly check Joe for a tattoo, but he has to get Joe to take his shirt off to peek, and Joe is ticklish. Get the picture?

If you are still contemplating trying this one, I suggest you choose acupuncture using railroad spikes, instead.


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