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Series: Streamliner Distribution: United Artists  Director: Hal Roach Jr.  Cinematography: Robert Pittack
Production: F-48 Type: Streamliner Producer: Glenn Tryon  Editor: Bert Jordan
Released: 29 January 1943 Length: 5-reels Sound recording: William Randall

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Jim (Jimmy Rogers) and Pidge (Noah Beery Jr.) ride into a small western town and into a saloon.

This review will be completed after I have watched and reviewed the first part of this film trilogy: Dudes Are Pretty People.
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Facts
Production F-48 - Streamliner.
Copyrighted September 24, 1942.
Filming dates
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Trivia
This was the thirteenth 'streamliner' film to be released by the studio.
This film was the middle film in a series of three; the first film was Dudes Are Pretty People (1942), and the last part was Prairie Chickens (1943).
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Jimmy Rogers
Jim
Noah Beery Jr.
Pidge Crosby
Mary Brian
Doris Lane
William Henry
Tom Pendergrast
Paul Hurst
Bartender Ed
Marc Lawrence
Sluggsy Baker
William B. Davidson
Sheriff George Lane
Jean Porter
Major Barbara
Iris Adrian
Ma
Victor Adamson
Townsman
Walter Bacon
Townsman
Brooks Benedict
Henchman
Chet Brandenburg
Townsman
Roy Bucko
Deputy
Nora Cecil
Irate woman in car
Jimmy Conlin
Charlie, the drunk
Joe Cunningham
Henchman Joe
Art Dillard
Corral cowhand
Jan Duggan
Radio girl (voice)
Sarah Edwards
The colonel
William Farnum
Checkers player
Eddie Foster
Henchman
Eddie Hall
Man in convertible with horse
George Hoagland
Townsman
Hans Moebus
Townsman
George Sowards
Cowhand
Elliott Sullivan
Henchman
Bob Woodward
Cowhand
   


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