The Ramblin' Galoot (1926)

Western | 21 November 1926

Director:

Fred Bain

Writer:

Barr Cross

Cinematographer:

Ray Ries

Production Company:

Action Pictures, Inc.
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St. Petersburg (FL) Evening Independent
7 Sep 1927
p. 5
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Release Date:
21 November 1926
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Date
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Associated Exhibitors, Inc.
10 November 1926
LU23319
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
4,438
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

Cowpuncher Buddy Royle, who is a golf enthusiast, teaches the game to Colonel Price and his daughter, Pansy, on the banker's ranch. Roger Farnley, a bank cashier, belongs to a gang of counterfeiters, and he schemes to frame Buddy by planting fake bills in the bank payroll and having his gang rob the colonel. Buddy is kidnaped by the counterfeiters, but Pansy is alerted and frees him. Buddy exposes the cashier, reveals his identity as an agent of the Bankers' Association, and finds romance with ...

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Cowpuncher Buddy Royle, who is a golf enthusiast, teaches the game to Colonel Price and his daughter, Pansy, on the banker's ranch. Roger Farnley, a bank cashier, belongs to a gang of counterfeiters, and he schemes to frame Buddy by planting fake bills in the bank payroll and having his gang rob the colonel. Buddy is kidnaped by the counterfeiters, but Pansy is alerted and frees him. Buddy exposes the cashier, reveals his identity as an agent of the Bankers' Association, and finds romance with Pansy.

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