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Wyoming (1940)

Passed | | Western | 13 September 1940 (USA)
With the army after him and his partner deserting, Reb decides that a change of scenery would be nice so he heads for Wyoming with Dave. To show his gratitude to Dave, he steals his horse ... See full summary »

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'Reb' Harkness
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Pete Marillo
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Lucy Kincaid
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Sergeant Connelly
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John Buckley
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Jimmy Kincaid
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With the army after him and his partner deserting, Reb decides that a change of scenery would be nice so he heads for Wyoming with Dave. To show his gratitude to Dave, he steals his horse and gun, which causes Dave to be killed by cattle rustlers. While Reb is an outlaw and a teller of tall tales, he still feels responsible for the Kincaid Ranch and helps all the Ranchers battle Buckley, who wants to drive them all out. Even General Custer, with his 2 man cavalry gets involved in chasing Reb. Written by Tony Fontana <tony.fontana@spacebbs.com>

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(Western Electric Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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This film was first telecast in New York City 10 December 1956 on WCBS (Channel 2) ,followed by Cincinnati Monday 17 December 1956 on WXIX (Channel 19) (Newport KY), by Chicago Thursday 27 December 1956 on WBBM (Channel 2), by Portland OR Monday 7 January 1957 on KGW (Channel 8), by Los Angeles Thursday 17 January 1957 on KTTV (Channel 11), by Phoenix Sunday 17 February 1957 on KPHO (Channel 5), and by Philadelphia 16 April 1957 on WFIL (Channel 6); in San Francisco it was first aired 22 March 1958 on KGO (Channel 7). See more »

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George Custer was not a General. He only held the temporary rank of Major General during the Civil War. After the war he reverted to his permanent rank of Captain. He was appointed to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel when dispatched to the West. Lieutenant Colonel was the highest rank he obtained before his death. See more »

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Edited into The Extraordinary Seaman (1969) See more »

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Uncle Reb! Please Don't Leave Me!
25 May 2012 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Looking at WYOMING, one might believe it a B version of George Stevens' classic oater, SHANE. Of course, MGM proudly stated that they never produced B movies, but they did produce *ahem* lead features of lesser quality like the Andy Hardy series and those of Wallace Beery, who played amiable cusses in all his movies in this period. Add in familiar faces from other MGM movies of the period like Henry Travers, Bobs Watson, Anne Rutherford, Stanley Fields -- at RKO, Fields was the Beery lookalike -- Marjorie Main and gigantic, beautiful mountains on every vista, even though the ground that everyone stands around is as flat as a pancake -- the high-minded viewer might be tempted to draw invidious comparisons.

The fact that SHANE wouldn't be shot for more than a decade also argues against this being a retread, but there are some amazing parallels to this story of a feckless wanderer set in the Johnson County Wars. Well, there is nothing new under the sun and less than that in westerns.

Director Richard Thorpe doesn't have to use his patented method of getting cheap performances out of mediocre actors here -- when they flub the line, change the camera angle -- and the whole thing is shot in standard MGM Gloss, with the credited DP, Clyde De Vinna being their Exotic Locale cameraman. In short, there's little that's wrong with this MGM programmer. If you enjoy Wallace Beery's mugging -- and I do -- you will enjoy it. However, you'll have to squint a bit, especially if you have recently seen an Alan Ladd movie.


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