"Cowboy Holiday" is a Western film, released in the USA on December 01 of 1934 . Janet Chandler and John Elliott are starring, alongside Julia Bejarano and Alma Chester.
When was "Cowboy Holiday" released:
Cowboy Holiday was first released in the United States on Saturday, December 01, 1934. Other films released on Saturday, December 01, 1934 are The Ghost Walks (dir. Frank R. Strayer) and Range Warfare (dir. S. Roy Luby). This was eighty-five (85) years ago.
Who is at the casting of "Cowboy Holiday":
At the casting of Cowboy Holiday we find Janet Chandler, previously seen in The Three Musketeers (1921); John Elliott (Gentlemen Are Born (1934), A Lost Lady (1934)); Julia Bejarano (Another Language (1933), The Stoker (1932)) [ more... ]
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