An evil gunslinging midget comes to terrorize the good little people of Tiny Town. The townspeople organize to defeat him, and zany antics ensue. —IMDb
If you've ever thought, "I like singing cowboy pictures, but I wish everyone wasn't so tall," then Sam Newfield's THE TERROR OF TINY TOWN (1938) is for you. Hailed(?) as the "only musical Western with an all-midget cast," TINY stars members of the Singer's Midgets troupe, many of whom would appear as Munchkins a year later. The only thing good about this movie is it's a short 59 minutes. (9/23/11 Amazon on Demand)
What should be just another unwatchable B-movie western with a near-incomprehensible plot and grade-Z production values is made strangely compelling by the simple fact that the cast is all midgets. Their abysmal performances and songs aside, the little people add a surreal edge to the otherwise banal proceedings. A cult oddity that's really just a curiosity more than anything else.