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The Cowboy

This colorful and exciting 1954 film vividly portrays the life of the real working cowboy, a life that has virtually vanished since this motion picture was made by Elmo Williams, Oscar-winning film editor of “High Noon.” The cowboy’s work is hard, hot and dusty, but it is not without drama and times of humor. Filmed on location in the Southwest, this unique document captures a profession and a place in time that has almost disappeared.

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Overview

This colorful and exciting film vividly portrays the life of the real working cowboy, a life that has virtually vanished since this motion picture was made by Elmo Williams, Oscar-winning film editor of “High Noon.” The cowboy’s work is hard, hot and dusty, but it is not without drama and times of humor. Filmed on location in the Southwest, this unique document captures a profession and a place in time that has almost disappeared. 1954|69 min.|Color|1.37:1|NR

SPECIAL FEATURES: Supplemental commentary by four of the legendary cowboys featured in the film; Original theatrical trailer;
Video booklet, Making of The Cowboy by Elmo Williams; Documentary: “Ghost Towns of the Old West: The Deserts” featuring Rip Torn   —

Actors

Narrators: Tex Ritter, William Conrad, John Dehner, Larry Dobkin

Cowboys: Robert Johnson, L B “Beau” Johnson, Ross May, Manuel “Manny” Cuvillo

Directed by

Elmo Williams

“The Cowboy”

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