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Orphan of the Pecos (1937)

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You are every flower in the spring
everything and so much more
        - C. Scott & D. Dyer

High point in the movie: when Tom climbs onto the roof of a small house where a group of men are holding the snakeoil salesman hostage, then falling through and fistfighting with them. He also mounts his horse from behind (a talent in itself!)

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