Fighting Parson
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Fighting Parson
Unlike the unintentionally amusing vehicles of many another western star, most of Hoot Gibson's starring films are funny on purpose -- and few are funnier than The Fighting Parson. Escaping from the sheriff after being caught with a pair of loaded dice, Gibson and his saddle pal Skeeter Bill Robbins come across the clothes and identification of a country parson. Our hero decides to hide out in the open by posing as the clergyman, getting to work immediately by preventing the hanging of outlaw Charlie King. But Hoot's life-saving motives are hardly altruistic: King is the fellow who… More