The best Bob Steele’s comedy movies

Bob Steele

Bob Steele

23/01/1907- 21/12/1988
We present our ranking of the best Bob Steele’s movies. Do you love cinema? Or are you looking for a movie of your favorite actor to watch tonight? Surely you have some to see or that you did not know yet about Bob Steele.

McLintock!

McLintock!
7.1/10
  • Genre: ComedyWestern
  • Release: 12/11/1963
  • Character: Train Engineer
Ageing, wealthy, rancher and self-made man, George Washington McLintock is forced to deal with numerous personal and professional problems. Seemingly everyone wants a piece of his enormous farmstead, including high-ranking government men, McLintock's own sons and nearby Native Americans. As McLintock tries to juggle his various adversaries, his wife—who left him two years previously—suddenly returns. But she isn't interested in George; she wants custody of their daughter.

4 for Texas

4 for Texas
5.5/10
  • Genre: ComedyWestern
  • Release: 25/12/1963
  • Character: Bank Board Member
In the 1870s, two rival businessmen, Zack Thomas and Joe Jarrett, on a stagecoach heading to Galveston, Texas, must pull together to protect $100,000 from an outlaw named Matson. Once in Galveston, however, their rivalry continues, as Thomas joins up with Elya Carlson and Jarret with Maxine Richter. But Matson is still on the loose, and a scheming banker threatens both Thomas and Jarrett.

Something Big

Something Big
5.7/10
  • Genre: ComedyWestern
  • Release: 19/11/1971
  • Character: Teamster #3
Joe Baker has a dream. He wants to do 'something big.' When he needs a Gatling gun to accomplish this, he seeks out a black marketeer. The price he wants for the gun? A woman! So Baker kidnaps a woman off of the stagecoach, only to find that she is the wife of the commandant of the local Cavalry detachment. Things get further complicated when a girl named Dover McBride shows up. She has come to force Baker to marry her and return east, as he promised to do four years earlier

Doc

Doc
An aging doctor in a small town decides to pack up his little black bag, but when a young doctor assumes his practice, the older practitioner can't resist butting in with comic results.

Billy the Kid in Texas

Billy the Kid in Texas
6.1/10
  • Genre: ComedyWestern
  • Release: 29/09/1940
  • Character: Billy the Kid
In the second of the "Billy the Kid" series from PRC that starred Bob Steele, Billy the Kid is being held on a trumped-up murder charge in a Mexico jail. He escapes and meets his pal, Fuzzy Jones, in Corral City, Texas, which is taking a holiday to allow the cowpunchers of the Lazy A Ranch their periodic spree. In the saloon, Billy is recognized by Dave Hendricks and Flash, two the Lazy A's bed men, as the rider who had held them up after they had robbed the express wagon a few hours earlier. Outside, Billy is ambushed and slightly wounded, and is taken to the express office by Jim Morgan where Mary Barton, the local agent, agrees to tend him until the doctor arrives. Billy turns over the loot he took from the outlaws and he is appointed sheriff, with Fuzzy as his deputy. The Lazy A gang brings in a noted gunfighter, Gil Cooper, who turns out to be Billy's brother. Billy, Gil and Fuzzy eventually rout the outlaw gang, and Gil remains behind with Mary as Billy and Fuzzy ride off.

Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch

Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch
7.3/10
A Western-genre narrative, loosely woven from old clips from B-Western features.

Sliding Home

Sliding Home
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release: 16/01/1928
  • Character: Student (as Robert Bradbury Jr.)
Sliding Home is a 1928 Comedy short

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