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Young Bill Hickok

USA 1940
produced by
Joseph Kane (associate) for Republic
directed by Joseph Kane
starring Roy Rogers, George Hayes (= Gabby Hayes), Jacqueline Wells (= Julie Bishop), John Miljan, Sally Payne, Archie Twitchell, Monte Blue, Hal Taliaferro (= Wally Wales), Ethel Wales, Jack Ingram, Monte Montague, Hank Bell, Fred Burns, Bob Card, Wallis Clark, Iron Eyes Cody, Dick Elliott, Jack Kirk, Jack Rockwell, John Elliott, Frank Ellis
written by Norton S.Parker, Olive Cooper, song Tamales by Raoul Kraushaar, song A Cowboy Wedding by Milo Sweet, Nat Vincent, musical direction by Cy Feuer

Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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The American Civil War: A trio of no-gooders - sinister businessman Nicholas Tower (John Miljan), Senator Tucker (Wallis Clark) and local badman Morrell (Hal Taliaferro) want to cut California off the rest of the country to ultimately take it over, and they want to do so by attacking gold shipments meant for the North ... but the gold shipment is guarded Wild Bill Hickok (Roy Rogers), whom the Union has hired despite him being engaged to a Southern Belle (Jacqueline Wells), and Hickok knows pretty much every trick in the book ... Unfortunately the baddies know a few tricks of their own, with respected businessman Tower a perfect mole with Hickok's outfit - and before you know it, our trio of villains have their hands on the gold, and even have Hickok arrested for stealing it ... and it seems as if everything speaks against Hickok.

Then though the war is suddenly over, and the baddies want to make off to California with their gold - and Hickok is freed by his trusted friends Gabby (Gabby Hayes) and Calamity Jane (Sally Payne), and of course, in the end, they can not only retrieve the gold and bring the criminals to justice, Hickok can also finally take some time out to marry his sweetheart ...

 

Singing cowboy Roy Rogers playing legendary Westerner Wild Bill Hickok might be a bit of a stretch, especially when you see Wild Bill serenading his sweetheart, perfectly shaved, groomed and dressed. But that aside, Young Bill Hickok is not a bad Western, it's full of action, shoot-outs and massive horse-riding. Of course, at the same time the film is nothing special, and there are much better, much more original and much more interesting B-Westerns out there, but still the film makes for an entertaining 55 minutes and is one of Roy's better films.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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