Cowboy and the Prizefighter (1950)

Cowboy and the Prizefighter


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Jim Bannon's final "Red Ryder" western was the Cinecolor effort Cowboy and the Prizefighter. Aiding and abetting the red-headed Ryder is his youthful Indian sidekick Little Beaver (Don Kay Reynolds, aka Little Brown Jug) and a tough galoot named Steve (Don Haggerty), whose life the hero saves in the opening reel. This time, Ryder takes on a crooked boxing promoter who's been fleecing the locals. The villain is played by John Hart, who later went straight as TV's Lone Ranger (replacing Clayton … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Western
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Written By: Jerry Thomas
On DVD: Feb 24, 2004



as Red Ryder

as Little Beaver

as Buckskin

as Palmer

as Stevenson

as Little Beaver
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