About the film
dandy shootout rancher bank robbery bandit small western town black stereotype horse chase jailbird innocent in jail successful author dude elaborate prank western clothing sissy
A Tenderfoot Goes West
Release Date: October 15, 1936
|Slogan||:||«GUNS AND GRINS! LAUGHS AND THRILLS!»|
|Production Companies||:||Maurice G. O'Neill Productions|
|Director||:||Maurice G. O'Neill|
Wellington Pike, author of 'Wild and Bloody Tales of the West', has never been away from the sedate and civilized East, so he takes a vacation to see the land he knows nothing about. Rancher Ann Keith and her cowhands, who have read and laughed at Pike's "wild" west, decide to give him a shock impression that is even wilder than depicted in his imaginative literary flights. Gang leader "Killer" Madden and his bandits decide to make the staged robberies real ones and Pike is arrested for the crimes Madden has pulled. Written by Les Adams for IMDb.