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But Wayne, Robert Mitchum, and James Caan play the familiar material with a wink to each other and to the audience that is irresistible. No one played the reluctant hero better than James Garner, whose easygoing charm fit perfectly in this delightful comedy.
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A Chicago hotel clerk bails a cowboy out of debt, in exchange for a job on his next cattle drive. Violence ensues.
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Superb Gordon Willis photography elevates this post-World War II spin on the old story of independent ranchers under siege from big business. The thrilling land rush scene remains a cinematic tour de force.
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The Clarks sold the ranch in and retired to Quesnel where Jim died in Artistic Achievments. Alan Fry was born on the family ranch near Lac La Hache in His roots are ingrained in art and ranching. His grandfather, Roger Fry was a well known artist and art critic in England and a member of the Bloomsbury Group. Alan's father, Julian, studied agriculture in England and from the time he first arrived in Canada in , was committed to cattle ranching and to the development of cattlemen's associations.
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In the summer of , Alan was twelve years old and went out to work on nearby ranches. He had to become a man and under the watchful eye of the master, Gussy Haller, learned ranching skills. By the time he was sixteen he had cowboyed on various ranches in the Kamloops area to earn his keep. He returned to ranching in and later joined the Department of Indian Affairs where he spent twenty years.
In his book The Ranch on the Cariboo was first published. Since then he has had four more books published. Jake's career began at Douglas Lake around He was fourteen when Mike Ferguson assigned him to roping calves for branding. He had been driving teams with the farm crew since he was nine but wasn't on the payroll until he started working for Mike, and stayed working at the Douglas Lake Ranch until his retirement in Over the 50 plus years Jake worked on the ranch he could tell the history and details of every cow horse on the ranch.
He kept track of other things too, such as the fifty-two different cooks that worked at the ranch while he was there. He was a man to watch if you wanted to learn to do. He led by example and many cowboys, novice or experienced, learned from him.
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Jake was a top hand, legendary cow man and highly skilled with a rope. For a few years, Jake and his team roping partner Scotty Holmes were contenders in the local rodeo circuit but it was hard to travel too far afield working six days a week. It has been said about Jake, that any cowboys who rode with him over the years had 'something to brag about'. Percy Minnabarriet was raised at 89 Mile near Spences Bridge. His first job was cowboying at the Ashcroft Ranch. He began rodeoing when he was sixteen.
He won his first steer-riding competition and that was the start of his career. Percy married Marie and they had six sons and three daughters.