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Auction History Result
Lot #: 040 TEXAS CYCLONE linen 3shDate Sold 12/5/1998
Sold For: $2,760.00
Appears in Vintage Hollywood Posters 1
CATALOG SOLD OUT
The image at right appears in the auction catalog we published as shown above and was sold long ago and we do NOT have it available for purchase.
An Original Vintage Linenbacked Three-Sheet Movie Poster (Learn More)
Texas Cyclone, the 1932 D. Ross Lederman cowboy western (about a man who shows up in a small town in Texas, and everybody thinks he is somebody who disappeared from there five years ago, including the man's wife, but he insists he is someone else, but he agrees to impersonate the missing man to help the wife stop outlaws who are trying to take her ranch; he does so, and at the end, it is revealed that he actually WAS the missing man, and that he was suffering from amnesia!) starring Tim McCoy (billed as "Daredevil Tim McCoy"), Shirley Grey, Wheeler Oakman, John Wayne (in an early role), and Wallace MacDonald. Note that the author of this screenplay surely was familiar with the case of Martin Guerre, the Frenchman who reappeared in similar circumstances in 1556, because he "borrowed" many of the elements of that story for this movie. Also note that John Wayne has a small role, playing the only one of the ranch hands who remained loyal to his former boss' wife after the boss disappeared (this was one of several supporting roles John Wayne played in Tim McCoy westerns before becoming a star).
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