Just Travelin,
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Just Travelin,
Handsome and usually sporting a manly mustache, Robert E. Burns was one of many real-life cowboys who drifted into films on the heels of the final round-ups. Burns graced the western genre for more than four decades, usually playing stage-drivers, lawmen or, occasionally, outlaws. But back in the mid- and late 1920s, producer-director Horace B. Carpenter attempted to turn the lanky Westerner into a bonafide cowboy star. Most of those films remain obscure, but one, Just Travelin', has survived and it is frankly a mystery why Burns never caught on. Handsome and more virile than many of his… More