Al Jennings Of Oklahoma

  • 1951
  • 1 HR 17 MIN
  • NR
  • Western

Duryea and Foran, as the outlaw Jennings Brothers, begin their life of crime after vicious Union troops ransack their Oklahoma home. They attempt to reform and go to New Orleans, where Duryea meets lovely Storm and plans to marry, settling down into his law practice. But a vindictive detective exposes him and he's off with brother Foran again to rob trains,...read more

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Duryea and Foran, as the outlaw Jennings Brothers, begin their life of crime after vicious Union troops ransack their Oklahoma home. They attempt to reform and go to New Orleans, where Duryea meets lovely Storm and plans to marry, settling down into his law practice. But a vindictive

detective exposes him and he's off with brother Foran again to rob trains, stages, and banks until captured and imprisoned for five years. Eventually Duryea is released (because of errors in the conduct of his trial) to become a successful lawyer, Storm at his side. Al Jennings sold Allied Artists

his memoirs and acted as advisor on this potboiler, which bears little or no resemblance to the truth. Jennings was the most incompetent bandit in the Southwest, his robberies never netting much more than a few dollars. So inept was he that during his first train robbery, he raced alongside the

moving locomotive, firing his pistol rapidly to signal this was a holdup, but the engineer thought him just another cowboy having fun, pulled the whistle a few times, and raced ahead of him. It was Jennings who positively identified J. Frank Dalton as the living Jesse James, but he failed to

inform the world how this ancient imposter grew a new finger when Jesse's had been blown off during the Civil War. The old fraud was successful in one robbery--this film.

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