King of the Rodeo | Chicago Reader

King of the Rodeo

Veteran movie cowboy Hoot Gibson plays a Montanan who enters the Chicago Rodeo (an event then held annually at Soldier Field) in this hour-long 1929 silent directed by Henry MacRae. The plot is slight, but Gibson gets ample opportunity to display his rodeo skills, and a subplot involving a robbery culminates in a car-and-motorcycle chase into the Loop that offers some fine views of late-1920s Chicago.

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