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Rowdy Ann (1919)

Ann is one tough cowgirl. After she beats up Hank, her parents send her East to college, hoping she'll come back a lady.


Al Christie (as Al E. Christie)


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Credited cast:
Fay Tincher ... Rowdy Ann
Eddie Barry Eddie Barry ... Prof. Leavitoff
Katherine Lewis Katherine Lewis ... The Heiress
Harry Depp Harry Depp ... The Foreman
Al Haynes Al Haynes ... Handsome Hank
Patricia Palmer ... Ann's Roommate (as Margaret Gibson)
Blue Washington ... The Train Porter (as Edgar Blue)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Earle Rodney ... (unconfirmed)


Ann is a cattleman's daughter, and she likes to get tough with everyone. When she catches her father in a saloon, she lassoes him and drags him out. When a cowhand offends her, she fights him and beats him. Determined to make Ann into a lady, her father sends her to college - but this means that she'll be around a lot of new people who have never before met a young woman like her. Written by Snow Leopard

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Short | Comedy | Western


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Works All Right
16 July 2004 | by Snow LeopardSee all my reviews

While it's really just an extended elaboration of a single idea, this works all right, and while there are few really funny bits, it's interesting and often amusing. The story stars Fay Tincher as "Rowdy Ann", the rough, adventurous daughter of a rancher. That's really all that it's about - most of the story line and settings are simply contrived to show what a tough customer Ann is, and how hard her father finds it to refine her. But most of it works well enough, and some of the sequences make for an amusing contrast between Ann and her surroundings.

Tincher herself is pretty good as Ann, exaggerating the character enough to be funny, without going too far overboard most of the time. The other characters are there mostly to provide her with foils, so for the most part she has to carry the show herself. There's not a lot of material to work with, but it's enough to provide for some good moments, and it's worth seeing.

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25 May 1919 (USA) See more »

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