The Doolins of Oklahoma

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Randolph Scott both co-produced and starred in this above average Western chronicling the career of one of the last of the legendary Western outlaws. When the Dalton gang is ambushed by U.S. Marshals, Bill Doolin (Scott), the last surviving member, forms his own group of bank robbers that includes Red Buck (Frank Fenton), Arkansas Tom Jones (Charles Kemper), and Bitter Creek (John Ireland). Although the gang is widely successful, things quickly heat up to a point where Doolin advises his men to lay low before reuniting after three months. Hiding out in a church in Claymore, Doolin is befriended by Deacon Burton (Griff Barnett), whose daughter, Elaine (Virginia Huston), he begins to court and eventually marries under the alias of Daley. But the past catches up with the former outlaw soon enough and he is forced to skip town. Resuming their illegal occupation, the Doolin gang is finally cornered in Ingalls, where Tulsa (Jock Mahoney) is killed and Arkansas captured. Doolin and surviving gang member Little Billy (Noah Beery Jr.) hide out at the former Daley homestead, where, to their surprise, Elaine has been patiently waiting for the return of her husband. Determined to leave his old life for good, Doolin plans to flee with Elaine to an unclaimed area between Kansas and Texas, but an old foe, Marshal Sam Hughes (George Macready), is waiting in the wings.

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Randolph Scott
as Bill Doolin / Bill Daley
Louise Allbritton
as Rose of Cimarron
George Macready
as Marshal Sam Hughes
Dona Drake
as Cattle Annie
John Ireland
as Bitter Creek
Virginia Huston
as Elaine Burton
Noah Beery Jr.
as Little Bill
Robert H. Barrat
as Heck Thomas
Lee Patrick
as Melissa Price
Griff Barnett
as Deacon Burton
Frank Fenton
as Red Buck
James Kirkwood
as Rev. Mears
Virginia Brissac
as Mrs. Burton
Jock Mahoney
as Tulsa Jack
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