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  • Harry Woods as Shotgun Cassidy wearing studded leather riding cuffs in the 1941 film "Sheriff of Tombstone."
    • Republic Pictures

    Sheriff of Tombstone

    1941

    Costume seen on Harry Woods as Shotgun Cassidy

  • Harry Woods as George Clews wearing studded leather riding cuffs in the 1944 film "Tall in the Saddle."
    • RKO Radio Pictures

    Tall In the Saddle

    1944

    Costume seen on Harry Woods as George Clews

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About the Costume

Roping cuffs, or riding cuffs, were often used by cowboys to protect their wrists from rope burns. They are still often used today. These studded leather roping cuffs have been seen twice, both times on the same actor. Because B Westerns often had actors find their own costumes, and since both films were made by different studios, it is likely that these wristbands were owned by Harry Woods himself. He would wear them as Shotgun Cassidy for the 1941 production Sheriff of Tombstone, and then later in 1944’s Tall in the Saddle, where he played George Clews.

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About the Costume

Roping cuffs, or riding cuffs, were often used by cowboys to protect their wrists from rope burns. They are still often used today. These studded leather roping cuffs have been seen twice, both times on the same actor. Because B Westerns often had actors find their own costumes, and since both films were made by different studios, it is likely that these wristbands were owned by Harry Woods himself. He would wear them as Shotgun Cassidy for the 1941 production Sheriff of Tombstone, and then later in 1944’s Tall in the Saddle, where he played George Clews.

Roping cuffs, or riding cuffs, were often used by cowboys to protect their wrists from rope burns. They are still often used today. These studded leather roping cuffs have been seen twice, both times on the same actor. Because B Westerns often had actors find their own costumes, and since both films were made by different studios, it is likely that these wristbands were owned by Harry Woods himself. He would wear them as Shotgun Cassidy for the 1941 production Sheriff of Tombstone, and then later in 1944’s Tall in the Saddle, where he played George Clews.

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