The Oklahoma Kid (1939)

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In this off-beat western, James Cagney plays a notorious gunman who rides back to his hometown, Tulsa, and discovers that his father was lynched after being accused of a murder he didn't commit. The real culprits are Humphrey Bogart and his gang.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Western
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Studio:
MGM Home Entertainment

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Cast

Donald Crisp
as Judge Hardwick
Humphrey Bogart
as Whip McCord
James Cagney
as Jim Kincaid
John Miljan
as Ringo
Clem Bevans
as Postman
Ward Bond
as Wes Handley
Harvey Stephens
as Ned Kincaid
Bob Kortman
as Juryman
Irving Bacon
as Hotel Clerk
Wade Boteler
as Sheriff Abe Collins
Rosemary Lane
as Jane Hardwick
John Harron
as Secretary
Trevor Bardette
as Indian Jack Pasco
Spencer Charters
as Homesteader
Don Barclay
as Drunk
George Lloyd
as Bartender
Horace Murphy
as Bartender
Hugh Sothern
as John Kincaid
Stuart Holmes
as President Cleveland
Al Bridge
as Settler
Jack Mower
as Mail clerk
Lew Harvey
as Curley
Alan Bridge
as Settler
Charles B. Middleton
as Alec Martin
Tom Chatterton
as Homesteader
Rosina Galli
as Manuelita
Joe Devlin
as Keely
Ed Brady
as Jury Foreman
Frank Mayo
as Land agent
Edward Pawley
as Doolin
Jeffrey Sayre
as Times reporter
Ray Mayer
as Professor
Joe Rickson
as Homesteader
William Worthington
as Homesteader
Elliott Sullivan
as Henchman
Robert E. Homans
as Bartender
Soledad Jiminez
as Indian Woman
Dan Wolheim
as Deputy
Arthur Ayleswofth
as Judge Morgan
Tex Cooper
as Old man in bar
Whizzer
as Kincaid's Horse
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Critic Reviews for The Oklahoma Kid

All Critics (1)

This B Western with an A cast never becomes more than a B Western.

Full Review… | July 1, 2005
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Audience Reviews for The Oklahoma Kid

½

Competently made but Cagney just doesn't make sense in the West.

jay nixon
jay nixon

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it was good to watch an old black and white movie and the technology available in those times compared to todays. Great to see a young Humphrey Bogart and James Cagney from where they were then,to where there acting careers took them today,so to speak.

 ♥Robyn  M♥
♥Robyn M♥

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cagney pulls it off but bogie looks ridiculous. he had a rough time until the maltese falcon

Stella Dallas
Stella Dallas

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