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Memorable Performance by Jeanne Cooper, 4 May 2012
Author: Elmer Cat from Oak Island, Massachusetts
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I would never have watched this movie in a million years, if it wasn't for Jeanne Cooper, and sure enough, she delivered a memorable performance! In addition to seeing "Mrs. Chancellor" when she was really "young and restless", the movie actually had a few interesting twists and turns in the plot. Additional comic flourishes were provided by a young Slim Pickens. We all know of Mrs. C's fondness for horses, and in this movie we get to see how she really is an accomplished rider! As editor of the town newspaper, she also takes on the corrupt sheriff with her characteristic tough talking. At 53 minutes, the movie's no longer than a Y&R episode, so for all Jeanne Cooper fans, this is not to be missed! By: Elmer
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Crooked Arrangement, 20 January 2013
Author: bkoganbing from Buffalo, New York
Shadows Of Tombstone finds Rex Allen with a sheriff's posse looking for
the outlaw who rustled his horses. Little does he realize at the
beginning that the sheriff Emory Parnell is actually the boss of outlaw
Ric Roman who did the rustling.
In fact Parnell's got a crooked arrangement with saloon owner Roy Barcroft and they run and loot the town and are involved in all kinds of criminal enterprises. The local newspaper run by Jeanne Cooper finds it healthier and better to look the other way. But Jeanne and her printer Slim Pickens come around to Rex's way of thinking.
In the short running time of Shadows Of Tombstone, a lot of western action gets packed in. Rex's singing gets kind of short changed here, but I'm sure the front row Saturday matinée kids didn't complain.
Fans of the Arizona Cowboy Rex Allen will not complain.
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