Along Came Jones - (Original Trailer)
Gary Cooper spoofs his screen image playing a mild-mannered cowboy who is mistaken for a notorious outlaw in Along Came Jones (1945).
Along Came Jones (1945) - Unsmiling
Unaware that he's been mistaken for a feared gunman, Melody (Gary Cooper, also the producer) explains to sidekick George (William Demarest) how he commands respect in this new town, Erville Anderson the bartender, early in Along Came Jones, 1945.
Along Came Jones (1945) - Henry's My Horse
Melody (Gary Cooper), with sidekick George (William Demarest), has crept back to the ranch where Cherry (Loretta Young) is hiding her wounded, gone-bad boyfriend, meaning to point out that he's on to her scheme, and would rather not serve as her decoy, in Along Came Jones, 1945.
Along Came Jones (1945) - What's Painful?
Grumpy George (William Demarest) and laconic Melody Jones (Gary Cooper, also the producer) mosey into a town they don't know is threatened by a gunman with the initials "MJ," writer and co-producer Nunnally Johnson playing a pun, co-star Loretta Young introduced, in Along Came Jones, 1945.