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The Oklahoma Kid (1939) was a Historical - Western Film directed by Lloyd Bacon and produced by Hal B. Wallis, Jack L. Warner and Samuel Bischoff.

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Classic Films in Focus: THE OKLAHOMA KID (1939)

By Jennifer Garlen on Mar 11, 2014 From Virtual Virago

Given its focus on the settling of Oklahoma and the founding of Tulsa, The Oklahoma Kid (1939) almost certainly has its fans in the Sooner State, but for the most part this Warner Bros. Western is a fairly routine oater, with plenty of stock characters and plot elements to amuse the matinee crowd. I... Read full article


Classic Films in Focus: THE OKLAHOMA KID (1939)

By Jennifer Garlen on Mar 11, 2014 From Virtual Virago

Given its focus on the settling of Oklahoma and the founding of Tulsa, The Oklahoma Kid (1939) almost certainly has its fans in the Sooner State, but for the most part this Warner Bros. Western is a fairly routine oater, with plenty of stock characters and plot elements to amuse the matinee crowd. I... Read full article


Classic Films in Focus: THE OKLAHOMA KID (1939)

By Jennifer Garlen on Mar 11, 2014 From Virtual Virago

Given its focus on the settling of Oklahoma and the founding of Tulsa, The Oklahoma Kid (1939) almost certainly has its fans in the Sooner State, but for the most part this Warner Bros. Western is a fairly routine oater, with plenty of stock characters and plot elements to amuse the matinee crowd. I... Read full article


The Oklahoma Kid – 1939

By Bogart Fan on Jul 29, 2013 From The Bogie Film Blog

My Review —Better Than You?ve Been Led to Believe— Your Bogie Film Fix: ?out of 5 Bogies! Director: ?Lloyd Bacon The Lowdown Jim ?The Oklahoma Kid? Kincaid (James Cagney) is an amiable outlaw who really only steals from people who deserve it.? When his father and brother are put in harm?... Read full article


The Oklahoma Kid (1939)

By Judy on Sep 11, 2008 From Movie Classics

Cagney and Bogart leave the mean streets of New York far behind them in this mainly lighthearted Western – which I’d say is a must for fans of either or both. Cagney seems to enjoy himself as a mixed-up outlaw,?who turns out to be a hero almost by mistake. Unfortunately, Bogart doesnR... Read full article


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Quotes from

Ned Kincaid: Pop is counting on you to bringing law and order in this territory, Judge.
Judge Hardwick: That's going to be some job, judging from the scum of the west I've seen drifting in here.


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Facts about

According to a contemporary magazine article, Hugh Sothern and Al J. Jennings had been participants in the Oklahoma Land Rush of 1895.
Humphrey Bogart was widely quoted as saying that co-star James Cagney looked like "a mushroom" in his costume.
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