Friday, February 16, 2007

early mornin' movie

a B-western in Color!

Out California Way (1946)

starring: Monte Hale, murderer Robert Blake (at 12 yrs old),
and a cameo by Roy Rogers, Dale Evans & Trigger!

Sometimes a B-western isn't really a western like when it takes place in Hollywood. This movie is primarily about the filming of a western picture called Out California Way. Monte Hale's character is a rookie in the movie business. He and young Bobby Blake's horse become a huge success but not without a few troubles because of a jealous veteran actor out to see Monte never becomes a star.

Unfortunately, this isn't very exciting and is without tremendous drama. I was actually a little bored. Twas neat to see Roy Rogers and the fact this was filmed in color made it intriguing.

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one says one number and the other another
but they were set at the same time. Hmmm...

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