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The Boy from Oklahoma (Warner) gives Will Rogers Jr. yet another chance to try his father's Stetson on for size. Junior still has a fair amount of room to grow in, but when he tilts the broad brim back on his forehead, wrinkles his brow and sucks thoughtfully at a stalk of timothy, he looks enough like the old man to make a good many people over 35 feel warm inside. In this ordinary Warner-Color western, Will plays the gunless wonder, a Shane who cannot even shoot straight. He is such a mean man with a lasso, however, that all the...

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