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Gid Fry

Gid Fry is a young man who lives on a large ranch in northern Texas in the 1920s. His mother had died some time before and he was his father's only child. His father is a domineering figure who requires his son do all the chores and tasks on the ranch including working with the livestock which he loves and doing the farming which he hates. But his father was wise and knew that his son would be the owner of the property one day and had to be able to handle and oversee every aspect of the ranch.

Gid admires his best friend, Johnny McCloud, who is a true cowboy and doesn't mess with any farming or other mundane chores. But Gid keeps his nose to the grindstone and learns the ins and outs of his father's vast operation and it turns out to benefit him...

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