Bronco riders travel through South Dakota and round up 400 wild horses in danger of extinction, then bring them to Fort Pierre where they are ridden by broncobusters in rodeo competition.

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Bronco riders travel through South Dakota and round up 400 wild horses in danger of extinction, then bring them to Fort Pierre where they are ridden by broncobusters in rodeo competition.

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The first movie I saw in a theater.
10 May 2005 | by (South Dakota) – See all my reviews

I don't really remember much about this movie because I was very young at the time. It was the first movie I saw in a theater. What's more, Casey Tibbs himself was in the theater lobby meeting people, and I shook his hand! I've still got an autographed page of photos of him somewhere. Casey Tibbs, of course, was a big rodeo star in the 1950-1965 era, back before Larry Mahan and Don Gay. He was on the cover of Life magazine. I guess he's mentioned in the book "Biting the Dust." I see that Rex Allen and Henry Fonda are in the credits. Roy Houck, of course, is the famous buffalo rancher. As for the movie itself, I guess the cowboys were herding the horses along the trail, and they swam them across the Bad River, and in the end they bucked the horses in a rodeo. I don't know if the movie really makes any sense and just why it was made, but I guess rodeo and Westerns were very popular back then.


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