Sugarfoot Meets Gentleman Jim??

27 Sep

Did Warner Brothers use “stock footage” from Gentlemsn Jim in shows like ‘Sugarfoot”?…



— Tim


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  1. shangheinz

    September 27, 2014 at 10:15 am

    The crowd in the second picture seems to have seen Bigfoot instead.

    • Gentleman Tim

      September 27, 2014 at 6:57 pm

      I’m stunned you would make such a comment about Ward Bond, stingheinz! You know that such remarks are strongly discouraged here!! Ward may have had two four-letter word names, and not been quite as handsone & debonair as Flynn, but even so …. Besides, Duke Wayne did like and hang out with him quite a lot. (Bond, that is, not Sasquatch.)


      • shangheinz

        September 27, 2014 at 7:32 pm

        Before you stomp me, Gent, let me backpeddle a little. I pondered reporting my comment as completely unrelated to the topic. I even contemplated introducing a new category altogether. But I have to admit ultimately I had an Alan Hale whale of a time slipping that sentence in. As far as the Duke`s entourage goes, didn`t he also like to hang out and about with a certain Bruce Cabot?

        • Gentleman Tim

          September 27, 2014 at 7:52 pm

          Excellent observations all, heinzsight. I categorically agree — except with concern to Cabot. I believe you may be confusing Backstabbin’ Bruce Cabot with that other Cabot character, World Explorin’John Cabot. Wayne may have rode west with him. Time Will Well.


          • shangheinz

            September 28, 2014 at 3:03 pm


            Without his buddy Errol, Cabot would have been out of the big picture long ago, but it was the Duke who put him right back in the saddle after a short stint in Italy doing what he was doing best, playing the baddie in B-movies.

            • Gentleman Tim

              September 28, 2014 at 8:52 pm

              Duke was a king when it came to casting good guys. If Willian Tell wasn’t enough of a tell, those shifty eyes, ill manners and black hat certainly were. … Then again, he did have a golden career in WWII that we should fully consider.


              • shangheinz

                September 29, 2014 at 1:01 pm


                True, and we must not forget, that he played the lead (besides the ape) in the original King Kong movie, as well as in a flic noir called “Sinner take all”.