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Bob and his men have traveled from Texas to Arizona to help their friend Joe who recently moved there. Joe has been gambling…

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Genre: Action, Adventure, Mystery, Romance, Western.

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  • Summary:   Bob and his men have traveled from Texas to Arizona to help their friend Joe who recently moved there. Joe has been gambling and has nearly agreed to sell his ranch. It's up to Bob and his men to save the day!
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  • Genres:   Action, Adventure, Mystery, Romance, Western
  • Directed by:   Richard C. Kahn
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"The Bronze Buckaroo" (1939) Cast:

  • Herb Jeffries - Bob Blake
  • Artie Young - Betty Jackson
  • Rollie Hardin - Joe Jackson
  • Clarence Brooks - Buck Thorne
  • F. E. Miller - Slim Perkins
  • Lucius Brooks - Dusty
  • Spencer Williams - Pete
  • Lee Calmes - Lee
  • Earle Morris - Bartender
  • The Four Tones - Singing Quartet


  1. It’s good to see the true history of my people on film. Although the most famous depictions of cowboys of the old west were white men like Roy Rogers and Billy the Kid, one in four of America’s cowboys were African-American.

    Little to no attention was given to the black cowboys who made their mark in the old west. Cowboys like William “Bill” Pickett, Stagecoach Mary, Nat Love were among the most famous.

    Not only did Hollywood ignore black cowboys, it plundered their real stories as material for some of its films.

    The Lone Ranger, for example, was inspired by Bass Reeves, a black lawman who used disguises, had a Native American sidekick and went through his whole career without being shot.

    The 1956 John Ford film The Searchers, based on Alan Le May’s novel, was partly inspired by the exploits of Brit Johnson, a black cowboy whose wife and children were captured by the Comanches in 1865. In the film, John Wayne plays as a Civil War veteran who spends years looking for his niece who has been abducted by Indians.

    Thanks for posting this historically significant movie.

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