Followed by:

THE BORDER LEGION (1930)
35mm print
The third of five film adaptations of Zane Grey's 1916 novel, the pre-Code 1930 version stars Jack Holt as bandit king Jack Kells, commander of a small army of outlaws who raid and plunder ruthlessly across the Idaho territory. Richard Arlen is out-of-work cowpoke Jim Cleve, who's about to get strung up for a crime he didn't commit until Kells cuts him loose, with Cleve gratefully joining Kells' gang afterward. But Cleve's heart isn't in outlawry; he soon finds it beats for the gang's beautiful new captive, Joan Randall (Fay Wray), whom Kells also covets, precipitating a standoff between Cleve and the man who saved his life. DIR Otto Brower, Edwin H. Knopf; SCR Percy Heath, Edward E. Paramore, Jr., from the novel by Zane Grey. U.S., 1930, b&w, 68 min. NOT RATED

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Double Feature: THE TEXAN + THE BORDER LEGION

THE TEXAN
35mm print
On the run after a poker game ends in a gunfight, the Llano Kid (Gary Cooper) falls in with shady lawyer Thacker (Oscar Apfel), who sells him on a scheme to hoodwink a wealthy widow down in Mexico who's pining for her lost son Enrique. With the Kid made up to passably resemble Enrique, the grift is on, but the Kid has a change of heart after being taken in and treated kindly by Señora Doña Marguerita Ibarra (Emma Dunn), not to mention being charmed by her young niece, Consuelo (Fay Wray). "Miss Wray has never been more captivating than she is as Consuelo." – Mordaunt Hall, The New York Times. DIR John Cromwell; SCR Oliver H.P. Garrett, Daniel Nathan Rubin, from the story "The Double-Dyed Deceiver" by O. Henry; PROD Hector Turnbull. U.S., 1930, b&w, 79 min. NOT RATED

Followed by:

THE BORDER LEGION (1930)
35mm print
The third of five film adaptations of Zane Grey's 1916 novel, the pre-Code 1930 version stars Jack Holt as bandit king Jack Kells, commander of a small army of outlaws who raid and plunder ruthlessly across the Idaho territory. Richard Arlen is out-of-work cowpoke Jim Cleve, who's about to get strung up for a crime he didn't commit until Kells cuts him loose, with Cleve gratefully joining Kells' gang afterward. But Cleve's heart isn't in outlawry; he soon finds it beats for the gang's beautiful new captive, Joan Randall (Fay Wray), whom Kells also covets, precipitating a standoff between Cleve and the man who saved his life. DIR Otto Brower, Edwin H. Knopf; SCR Percy Heath, Edward E. Paramore, Jr., from the novel by Zane Grey. U.S., 1930, b&w, 68 min. NOT RATED

AFI Member passes accepted.

162 Minutes
Western

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