Cherokee Strip (1937)





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The Oklahoma Land Rush of the late 19th century provides the backdrop for this Dick Foran musical western. The star plays Eastern lawyer Dick Hudson, who heads Westward to stem the activities of land swindler Link Carter (Edmund Cobb). In addition to his other crimes, Carter is a cattle rustler, making it all the more urgent that Hudson drop his legal books and strap on his shootin' irons. Cherokee Strip boasts a much more appealing ingenue than usual in the form of Jane Bryan, a young Warner Bros. contractee on the verge of bigger things. This is also the film which introduced the hit song "My Little Buckaroo," later relentlessly plugged on radio and in Warners' animated "Looney Tunes."
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Dick Foran
as Dick Hudson
Jane Bryan
as Janie Walton
David Carlyle
as Tom Valley (as David Carlyle)
Edmund Cobb
as Link Carter
Helen Valkis
as Ruth Valley (as Helen Valkis)
Robert Paige
as Tom Valley
Joseph Crehan
as Army Officer
Gordon Hart
as Judge Ben Parkinson
Milt Kibbee
as Blade Simpson
Frank Faylen
as Joe Brady
Milton Kibbee
as Blade Simpson
Jack Mower
as Bill Tidewell
Tom Brower
as George Waltan
Walter Soderling
as Mink Abbott
Tommy Bupp
as Barty Walton
Bud Osborne
as Cowboy Fighting Rustlers (uncredited)
Glenn Strange
as Harry, Fiddle Player and Band Leader (uncredited)
Wally Wales
as Ben Blivens
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Solid B western.

Full Review… | June 20, 2012
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