When George is injured by Monte, Melody decides to have a show-down with him. Just a regular guy that falls for a pretty gal and finds himself in a big. The Sheriff Arthur Loft of nearby Paynesville get it? The stars are great, particularly Gary Cooper, Loretta Young and in a supporting. The most ragged looking moments here are the many optical dissolves, several of which are fairly fuzzy looking see screenshots 18 and 19. Monte shoots Melody in the arm and leg and is about to finish him off when Cherry shoots the gunslinger in the back.
Of course, Dan has the upper hand in this fight, since he actually knows how to aim a six-shooter. Something perhaps even more extreme is on display in the engaging Along Came Jones, Gary Cooper's sole producing credit though he evidently had some sort of production input on , also recently released by ClassicFlix and a film where the laconic actor upends his image as a stalwart and stolid western hero. A perfect cast that includes the beautiful Loretta Young, Preston Sturges favorite William Demarest, and Dan Duryea all play along in a very enjoyable film full of small chuckles. In search of Cherry, Melody rides to the De Longpre ranch and is there confronted by Monte, who orders him to swap clothes. Cooper plays Melody Jones, a cowpoke from Montana who breaks wild horses.
Avery and her father join her there. When Melody refuses his offer, the sheriff sits on the trunk, causing the top to dislodge, thus exposing Packard's body. She has the idea of sending Jones off to decoy the pursuing posse, but once he's met Cherry, Jones has other plans. An unusual and funny western that is great for a lazy weekend. Much of the humor derives from the realization that Melody Jones, mistook for a notorious outlaw, cannot shoot worth a lick. Along Came Jones: Cherry de Longpre: 1946: The Stranger: Mary Longstreet: 1947: The Perfect Marriage: Maggie Williams: 1947: The Farmer's Daughter Ambiciosa Katrin. In the confusion, Cherry gallops off and Melody follows, but loses her.
Why this always amusing and often very funny western spoof is not more widely touted has always been somewhat of a mystery to me. . This small but important fact is constantly brought to his attention by his pal George when they enter the small trail town of Payneville. Cherry follows Melody to camp, and after bursting into tears for betraying him, she asks him to take Monte's saddle and lead the posse away from town. Retrieved September 7, 2015 — via.
After informing them that he has sent for the posse, Packard offers to allow Melody to escape in return for the money. Pay-Per-View videos will become available to watch once the event starts, will be available for replay for 24 hours following the event, and are not available for download. The plot involves an out-of-work cowpoke, Melody Jones Cooper , who arrives in a typical B-Western town with his pal William Demarest. Jones is mistaken for a wanted bandit named Monte Jarrad , which causes him no end of trouble. Finally comprehending that she shot Monte to save his life, Melody strides back into the house and embraces Cherry. There's also at least a bit of noticeable distortion in louder amplitudes as in the gonging bells that announce the Independent Productions masthead. The fact that Melody Jones and Monte Jarrad share the same initials also adds to the confusion.
A daring stagecoach robbery, certainly a longstanding tradition in Western films, starts Along Came Jones off with several bangs, one of which wounds bandit Monte Jarrad Dan Duryea , who drops his monogrammed rifle doesn't every bad guy have one of those? She has the idea of sending Jones off to decoy the pursuing posse, but once he's met Cherry, Jones has other plans. Along Came Jones was Dan Duryea's first Western role, and you guessed it! For more information, go to the. If downloading is available, you can to two locations. Melody takes her advice, and after he leaves, she visits the barn where she is harboring the wounded Monte. Cooper is Melody Jones, an easygoing cowboy who's been thrown on his hind quarters a little too often by broncs. In the film Cooper sings the song 'I'm a poor lonesome cowboy', which would later be used as the of in the eponymous comics series by and.
In steps pretty Cherry de Longpre Loretta Young. While George leads Leo away, Cherry offers to show Melody where the money is hidden if he agrees to wait until spring to return it, thus allowing Monte time to leave the territory. First of all, the film closes with a little vignette which may make some a bit uneasy in this metoo environment that is sweeping the nation. Melody does have some smarts though, and realizes what she's doing. Unbeknownst to Melody, a notorious and much feared outlaw named Monte Jarrad Dan Duryea has just robbed the local stage where a man has been killed. After warning Cherry to forget Melody, the jealous Monte sends her brother Avery to town to find Leo Gledhill, his accomplice in the robbery.
But he's smitten with the pretty Cherry by this time and he and a reluctant George decide to play along. As Melody taunts Monte by telling him that Cherry is no longer his, Cherry enters the room and orders Melody to the barn where George lies, wounded by the vicious Monte. Melody finds that he enjoys being kowtowed to. O filme recomendado em internacional de cinema de Tajiquistão em 6 de Dezembro de 1938, e foi comprado nos cinemas em 17 de Julho de 1923. The release is expected to arrive. Now there's already such a concatenation of conceits at play in Along Came Jones that the sheer weight of the plot mechanics may tend to deflate any whimsical proclivities in Nunnally Johnson's screenplay. A mild-mannered cowboy is mistaken for a notorious outlaw.
Observe Melody as he gets into terrible scrapes because he is one stubborn saddle tramp. The final shootout is a spoof on all of the typical Western finales. This is an unexpected treasure by virtue of Cooper and Loretta Young---I love a good story. And in truth whilst Gary Cooper gave Melody a pleasant, nice guy temperament it was pretty much everyone around him delivering the comedy with Cooper giving the occasional funny face. If you like B-Westerns, then you're sure to see the humor in this one.