Way Out West (1930)

 

Director Fred Niblo

Writer Alfred Block (screenplay), Alfred Block (story), Joseph Farnham, Byron Morgan (screenplay), Byron Morgan (story), Ralph Spence

Genre Western, Comedy, Drama

Year 1930

Actors William Haines, Leila Hyams, Polly Moran, Cliff Edwards

IMDB : 8.5 (548 votes)


 

Description Wise-guy carnival barker Windy bilks a group of cowboys out of their money, gets caught and is forced into working off the debt on their ranch. He falls in love with Molly, the pretty owner of the ranch, but runs afoul of foreman Steve, who also loves Molly.

Comments

  • Zenith Stratosphere 2015-10-04 03:11:24
    Luckily for William Haines, he had another talent he actually preferred to the acting world of Hollywood, and that was in the field of interior design. He became quite famous the World over in regards to his interior design creations, especially with the older Hollywood clientele who had been very close friends with him during his period of film making. I cherish a lamp I own he personally designed with desert images of sand and cactus flowers. In a 1960's interview with a British interviewer in London, Joan Crawford (one of his closest Hollywood friends) was able to get in Billy Haines name during the interview wanting to discuss him, but the interviewer steered the conversation back to Joan's films. At least Joan Crawford was able to get his name in during the interview and it would have been interesting what she would have said about their friendship if given the chance. It seems both Joan and her close friend Billy Haines were both in London at the same time, Joan giving interviews and William Haines working on interior designs with the British elite which she did get to mention in the interview. Joan tried to mention exactly who it was Billy was working with at the time in London, but was sadly cut short by the British interviewer. Joan Crawford and Billy Haines remained very close friends until his death.

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