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North from the Lone Star (1941)





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Wild Bill Hickock (William Elliott), aka The Peaceable Man, meters out justice in the tough town of Deadwood in this highly fictional western from Columbia. Unlike the historic character, Elliott's gunfighter survives his encounter with the South Dakota hellhole, where he arrives to aid beleaguered livery stable owner Clint Wilson (Richard Fiske) and his sister, Madge (Dorothy Fay), in their battle against self-appointed town czar "Flash" Kirby (Arthur Loft). But before he gets that far, there is a little matter of proving Kirby guilty of wrongdoing and to achieve that, Wild Bill earns the enmity of both the Wilsons. Comic sidekick Cannonball (Dub Taylor) relieves the tension by performing Milton Drake's "Of Course, It's Your Horse" and "Saturday Night in San Antone", both numbers culminating with an unwanted shower.


Dorothy Fay
as Madge Wilson
Dub Taylor
as Cannonball
Richard Fiske
as Clint Wilson
Arthur Loft
as Flash Kirby
Jack Roper
as Rawhide Fenton
Claire Rochelle
as Lucy Belle
Al Rhein
as Slats
Edmund Cobb
as Dusty Daggett
Art Mix
as Henchman (uncredited)
Steve Clark
as Henchman (uncredited)
Tex Cooper
as Townsman (uncredited)
Hank Bell
as Bartender (uncredited)
Dick Botiller
as Henchman in a Sombrero (uncredited)
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