Wild West Whoopee: One of the bottom-of-the-barrel, cheap-jack films from Robert J. Horner's Cosmos Produtions, Inc. This one is about 50% filled with archive footage rodeo scenes inserted here and there, but the disjointed rodeo footage has more logic and continuity than the plot; Rodeo rider Jack Perrin captures and tames a wild horse, Starlight, and impresses rodeo girl Josephine Hill, but rodeo villain Fred Church has a yen or something for Miss Hill also, so he cuts a stirrup on Jack's saddle to get rid of him. Jack don't need two stirrups.Church has no lines, probably because Horner forgot to write him any, but he excels at silent simmering and yenning.
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||March 08, 1931|
|Director:||Robert J Horner|
|Actors:||Ben Corbett Buzz Barton Charles Austin Fred Church George Chesebro Henry Roquemore Horace B Carpenter Jack Perrin John Ince Josephine Hill Starlight the Horse Walter Patterson|
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