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Director  John P. McCarthy
Editor  Fred Allen
Country  United States
4.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Action, Comedy, Music
Duration  
Language  English
Oklahoma Cyclone movie poster
Release date  August 8, 1930 (1930-08-08)
Writer  John P. McCarthy (story)
Cast  Bob Steele, Charles King, Rita Rey
Genres  Western, Music, Action Film, Romance Film, Action/Adventure
Similar movies  Bob Steele appears in The Oklahoma Cyclone and Near the Rainbows End

Oklahoma Cyclone is a 1930 American Western film directed by John P. McCarthy that is a forerunner of the singing cowboy genre. It stars Bob Steele in his second talking picture playing the title role and was released by Tiffany Pictures. The film was remade as Song of the Gringo.

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Plot summary

An outlaw on the run is hidden by the foreman of a ranch, the foreman being one of the biggest outlaws in the territory.

Cast

  • Bob Steele as Jimmy Henderson / Jim Smith
  • Rita Rey as Carmelita Carlos
  • Al St. John as Slim
  • Charles King as McKim / Black Diablo
  • Slim Whitaker as Henchman Rawhide
  • Cliff Lyons as Henchman
  • N.E. Hendrix as Henchman Shorty
  • Hector Sarno as Don Pablo Carlos
  • Emilio Fern├índez as Pancho Gomez
  • Soundtrack

  • Al St. John - "The Lavender Cowboy" (Music by Ewen Hail, lyrics by Harold Hersey)
  • References

    Oklahoma Cyclone Wikipedia
    Oklahoma Cyclone IMDb Oklahoma Cyclone themoviedb.org


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