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Comment by E.Roberson on February 24, 2019 at 5:38pm

"The Oklahoma Kid" Can you Believe James Cagney, and Humphrey Bogart??...Not use to seeing these two as Cowboys.. and Yes !!! I would think they WOULD be unlawful as usual, even in a Western movie! They didn't like each other in real life... They always played the "strong armed- hard gangster." I know that Cagney did some musical stage shows.. But !!.. I have to say that Humphrey Bogart will always be my favorite. Loved to have seen him in more Westerns, with other Stars.

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