Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Wild West Whoopee was produced and directed by the redoubtable Robert J. Horner, whose early-talkie westerns ranged from mediocre to gosh-awful. Falling somewhere in-between, this Jack Perrin vehicle hardly represents a milestone in the art of cinema, put it paid its way. Perrin plays a rodeo star who dedicates himself to taming a wild horse. Meanwhile, the villain tries to sabotage our hero's rodeo performance by surreptitiously cutting his stirrups. Perrin faces and conquers this and other obstacles to happiness, claiming heroine Josephine Hill as his prize. This one is worth seeing for its title alone.
bad-guy, competition, cowboy, good-guy, love, rival, rodeo, romance, sabotage