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The Bonanza Buckaroo

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The Bonanza Buckaroo
Directed byRichard Thorpe
Written byBetty Burbridge
Barr Cross
Produced byLester F. Scott Jr.
StarringJay Wilsey
Harry Todd
Judith King
CinematographyRay Reis
Production
company
Distributed byAssociated Exhibitors
Release date
  • August 28, 1926 (1926-08-28) (US)[1]
Running time
5 reels
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

The Bonanza Buckaroo is a 1926 American silent film comedy-western directed by Richard Thorpe and starring Jay Wilsey, Harry Todd, and Judith King. It was released on August 28, 1926.

Plot

When Buffalo Bill Jr. rescues an older woman trapped in a runaway car, she invites him to dine with her and her wealthy husband. At dinner, Bill becomes entranced with the couples' daughter, Cleo. He quickly learns that Andrew Gordon's daughter will only marry someone with the means to support her in the style she is accustomed to. Bill is dismayed until he overhears a plot to snap up the property between Andrew Gordon's mine and that of his chief rival.

With the help of his sidekick, Chewin' Charlie, they subdue Fraction Jack and manage to stake their claim to the land first. Leaving Charlie to guard the claim, Bill heads back to town to register their stake. With the claim in hand, Bill approaches Andrew and they come to an agreement for Gordon to purchase the claim, expanding his holdings. It also satisfies Gordon that Bill has the business sense needed to marry his daughter. Bill arrives back at the claim just in time to save Charlie from claim jumpers.

Cast list

  • Jay Wilsey as Bill Merritt (credited as Buffalo Bill Jr.)
  • Harry Todd as Chewin' Charlie
  • Judith King as Cleo Gordon (credited as Judy King)
  • Lafe McKee as Andrew Gordon
  • Winifred Landis as Mrs. Andrew Gordon
  • Al Taylor as Carney
  • Slim Whitaker as Fraction Jack (credited as Charles Whitaker)
  • Denman Maley as Spike (credited as Dutch Maley)
  • Emily Barrye as the maid
  • William Ryno as the sheriff (credited as Bill Ryno)

Production

Production on the film was completed by the end of June 1926. It was the second of the "Buffalo Bill Jr." series for Action Pictures.[2][3] The first of the series was Rawhide, also directed by Thorpe and starring Wilsey.[4] In November it was part of a number of films which were picked up by Pathe for distribution.[5]

Reception

Motion Picture News gave the film a "fair" rating. They enjoyed the flow of the story, and the novelty of the characters' motivations. They also highlighted the cinematography of Ray Reis.[6] The Moving Picture World gave the picture a better review. They enjoyed the way comedy had been intertwined with the action, saying "it leaves little to be desired for this type of entertainment." They felt it elevated the status of the Buffalo Bill Jr. franchise.[7]

References

  1. ^ "The Bonanza Buckaroo". American Film Institute. Archived from the original on December 6, 2017. Retrieved December 6, 2017.
  2. ^ ""Bonanza Buckaroo" Ready". The Film Daily. April 4, 1936. p. 4. Retrieved September 12, 2015.open access
  3. ^ "Selznick Shapes Assoc. Policy". Motion Picture News. July 10, 1926. p. 135. Retrieved February 17, 2018.open access
  4. ^ "Buffalo Bill, Jr". Motion Picture News. August 21, 1926. p. 6. Retrieved February 17, 2018.open access
  5. ^ "Eschmann Heads Pathe Feature Sales". Motion Picture News. November 6, 1926. p. 1758a. Retrieved February 17, 2018.open access
  6. ^ "The Bonanza Buckaroo". Motion Picture News. August 21, 1926. p. 761. Retrieved February 17, 2018.open access
  7. ^ ""The Bonanza Buckaroo" - Asso. Exhibs". The Moving Picture World. August 21, 1926. p. 487. Retrieved February 17, 2018.open access

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