Galloping Cowboy (1926)

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Two silent screen cowboys, Bill Cody and Edmund Cobb, squared off in this minor oater written by the prolific Adele Buffington. They play cousins, one a decent ranch hand, the other a notorious bandit, and the story becomes a case of mistaken identity. Both stars were popular among less sophisticated moviegoers, but while Cody hung up his spurs shortly after finishing an especially dreadful series for poverty row company Spectrum in the mid 1930s, Cobb enjoyed a long career in supporting roles that lasted well into the television era.