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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

A Tenderfoot Goes West (1936) On DVD

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Actor :    Russell Gleason, Virginia Carroll, Jack La Rue, Joseph Girard, John Ince Ha
Director: Maurice G. O'Neill
Genre:     Westerns
Year:        1936
Studio:    Alpha Home Entertainment
Length:     56
Released: April 26, 2011
Rating:      Not Rated (MPAA Rating)
Format:     DVD
Misc:          NTSC, Black & White
Language: English
subtitles:   N/A





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 City-bred J. Wellington Pike, author of several blood-and-thunder dime novels, has convinced himself that the West is still wild, and he undertakes a trip to gather material for a new story. Pike visits the Claytonville ranch of Ann Keith, a former acquaintance who has persuaded her fellow townspeople to dress and behave like two-fisted, gun-toting westerners in order to give the dude a thrill. Honest-to-goodness badman Killer Madden takes advantage of the theatrics by staging a real robbery, putting Ann in danger and Pike's manhood to the test. An independent production made on a modest budget, A Tenderfoot Goes West reaches back to the silent movie days for its premise of the townsfolk re-enacting the wild & wooly west for the benefit of a visiting dude. Russell Gleason, son of beloved character actors James and Lucile Gleason, is perfectly cast as the timid writer who overcomes his fear to rescue the girl he has come to love. A Tenderfoot Goes West also makes a good showcase for Virginia Carroll, a charming artist whose film outings diminished in number once she married actor Ralph Byrd, the screen's future Dick Tracy, who appears with her here.









































































































































































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Actor :    Russell Gleason, Virginia Carroll, Jack La Rue, Joseph Girard, John Ince Ha
Director: Maurice G. O'Neill
Genre:     Westerns
Year:        1936
Studio:    Alpha Home Entertainment
Length:     56
Released: April 26, 2011
Rating:      Not Rated (MPAA Rating)
Format:     DVD
Misc:          NTSC, Black & White
Language: English
subtitles:   N/A


DESCRIPTION:

 City-bred J. Wellington Pike, author of several blood-and-thunder dime novels, has convinced himself that the West is still wild, and he undertakes a trip to gather material for a new story. Pike visits the Claytonville ranch of Ann Keith, a former acquaintance who has persuaded her fellow townspeople to dress and behave like two-fisted, gun-toting westerners in order to give the dude a thrill. Honest-to-goodness badman Killer Madden takes advantage of the theatrics by staging a real robbery, putting Ann in danger and Pike's manhood to the test. An independent production made on a modest budget, A Tenderfoot Goes West reaches back to the silent movie days for its premise of the townsfolk re-enacting the wild & wooly west for the benefit of a visiting dude. Russell Gleason, son of beloved character actors James and Lucile Gleason, is perfectly cast as the timid writer who overcomes his fear to rescue the girl he has come to love. A Tenderfoot Goes West also makes a good showcase for Virginia Carroll, a charming artist whose film outings diminished in number once she married actor Ralph Byrd, the screen's future Dick Tracy, who appears with her here.

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