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Johnny Nelson (Bar-20) explained Johnny Nelson (Bar-20), review Johnny Nelson (Bar-20), trailer Johnny Nelson (Bar-20), box office Johnny Nelson (Bar-20), analysis Johnny Nelson (Bar-20), Johnny Nelson (Bar-20) a19a Fun Loving Cowboy Johnny Nelson Had Left Tin Cup In Search Of Adventure After His Friends From The Bar Had Married He Figured Women Were Trouble Once They Got Ahold Of A Guy, His Freedom Was Gone And He Couldn T Have Any Fun He Aimed To Stay Away From Them The Town Of Gunsight Seemed Like A Good Place To Stay For A While He Could Drink, Gamble, Spend Time With The Men, And There Were No Women Around Well, There Was One Peggy Arnold She Lived Out On A Ranch With Her Father And Little Brother, Charley, But She Wasn T In Town And She Didn T Trust Cowboys So He Should Be Able To Keep His Distance Things Changed When Johnny Was Out Riding And Heard A Shot Rushing To The Spot, He Found Charley Arnold Sobbing Over His Dead Horse That Had Been Shot When Charley Was Riding To Get The Doctor For His Father That Was Going Too Far Any No Good Skunk That Would Shoot A Good Horse Like That Needs To Be Taught A Lesson So Johnny Decided To Come To The Arnolds Aid Even If It Meant Getting Near Peggy He Had Some Ideas That Should Keep Them From Losing Their Ranch

  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • Johnny Nelson (Bar-20)
  • Clarence E. Mulford
  • English
  • 08 June 2017
  • 9780812567663

About the Author: Clarence E. Mulford

Clarence Edward Mulford was the author of Hopalong Cassidy, written in 1904 He wrote it in Fryeburg, Maine, United States, and the many stories and 28 novels were followed by radio, feature film, television, and comic book versions Clarence was born in Streator, Illinois He died of complications from surgery in Portland, Maine He set aside much of his money from his book for local charities.

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    The doc was kidnapped, said Dave, watching closely That so Replied Johnny politely An how old was you, Doctor Why, what do you mean Why, when you was kidnapped, Johnny explained I was kidnapped last night, replied the doc You last night Demanded Johnny, incredulously I m d d What did they get Why, they got me I mean, what did they get that was valuable Johnny Nelson has been drifting for quite some time All his pards are married and boring, and the wild young gunslinger has decided to go and look for a place to call his own With no women in it Gunsight looks promising, except for one thing a woman A woman whose father owns a ranch, and whose neighbors run the territory and want that ranch Nearly everyone is in the land grabber s employ, and when the father breaks his leg, not even the doc will go to fix it That is when Johnny decides that, woman or not, Peggy comes with so much trouble that it might be worth sticking aroundThis is easily my favorite Mulford Johnny Nelson is my favorite of the Bar 20 hands, and he never disappoints He keeps you laughing and shaking your head the whole time While he doesn t do very much cattle or ranch work, for instance, he never has to clean up the barn, do carpentry work, put up hay, and seldom does he have to build fence or even work cattle he certainly has enough crazy adventures to make up for it This book is a real Western adventure story The characters are tough and ultra masculine, and they are never immoral They adhere to the lost Southern ideal of respect for all women being the measure of a man This book is one that I never tire of When I leave this range, I ll go of my own accord, and there won t be no pushin.

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