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Inited Artists motion picture Tumbleweeds2 Hart, William S. western movie
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Tumbleweeds is a 1925 American Western film starring and produced by William S. Hart. It depicts the Cherokee Strip land rush of 1893. The film is said to have influenced the Oscar-winning 1931 Western Cimarron, which also depicts the land rush. The 1939 Astor Pictures' re-release of Tumbleweeds includes an 8-minute introduction by the then 75 year old Hart as he talks about his career and the "glories of the old west." Tumbleweeds was Hart's last movie. - Wikipedia 02 2011
At Denman Theatre, Girard | Wednesday and Thursday January 12th and 13th | Children, 15 cents --- Admission --- Adults, 30 cents | William S. Hart | in | "Tumbleweeds" | story by Hal G. Evarts. adapted for the screen by C. Gardner Sullivan | Directed by | King Baggot | A William S. Hart Production | a United Artists Picture
Reproduction movie poster for United Artists western motion picture, Tumbleweeds, starring William S. Hart.