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There was a gathering of three former Little Beavers from the “Red Ryder” radio show at The SPERDVAC Old Time Radio Convention in November 2015. (L-R) John Wilder (aka Johnny McGovern) (Little Beaver ‘47-‘50), Frank Bresee (Little Beaver ‘42-‘46) and Tommy Cook (the original Little Beaver in ‘42). Cook also played Little Beaver in the “Red Ryder” Republic serial in 1940.

There was a gathering of three former Little Beavers from the “Red Ryder” radio show at The SPERDVAC Old Time Radio Convention in November 2015. (L-R) John Wilder (aka Johnny McGovern) (Little Beaver ‘47-‘50), Frank Bresee (Little Beaver ‘42-‘46) and Tommy Cook (the original Little Beaver in ‘42). Cook also played Little Beaver in the “Red Ryder” Republic serial in 1940.

Sunset Carson, Tex Ritter, Dorothy Fay Ritter, Monte Hale at an early Western film fair.

Sunset Carson, Tex Ritter, Dorothy Fay Ritter, Monte Hale at an early
Western film fair.

Screen badmen Tom Reese (L) and Chris Alcaide have a little menacing fun with B-Western leading lady Lois Hall at a Hollywood Collectors Show in October ‘97.

Screen badmen Tom Reese (L) and Chris Alcaide have a little menacing fun with
B-Western leading lady Lois Hall at a Hollywood Collectors Show in October ‘97.

Russell Hayden, former Hopalong Cassidy sidekick, star of his own Columbia B-Western series and star of TV's “Cowboy G-Men” at an early Western film fair.

Russell Hayden, former Hopalong Cassidy sidekick, star of his own Columbia B-Western series and star of TV's “Cowboy G-Men” at an early Western film fair.

Old friends since they made “Gone with the Wind” together in 1939, Ann Rutherford and Rand Brooks at a Hollywood get-together.

Old friends since they made “Gone with the Wind” together in 1939, Ann Rutherford and Rand Brooks at a Hollywood get-together.

Republic’s Rough Ridin’ Kids, Michael Chapin and Eilene Janssen, reunite with Danny Morton, co-star in their “Dakota Kid” (‘51) at one of Michael Fitzgerald’s Jivin’ Jacks and Jills luncheons.

Republic’s Rough Ridin’ Kids, Michael Chapin and Eilene Janssen, reunite with Danny Morton, co-star in their “Dakota Kid” (‘51) at one of Michael Fitzgerald’s Jivin’ Jacks and Jills luncheons.

Rex Reason, TV’s “Man Without a Gun’, waves howdy to vivacious Ruta Lee at a Hollywood Collector’s Show in the ‘90s.

Rex Reason, TV’s “Man Without a Gun’, waves howdy to vivacious Ruta Lee at a Hollywood Collector’s Show in the ‘90s.

Don Durant, TV’s “Johnny Ringo”, gives a hug to Ruta Lee at a Hollywood Collector’s Show in the ‘90s. Note Durant’s LeMat on his autograph table.

Don Durant, TV’s “Johnny Ringo”, gives a hug to Ruta Lee at a Hollywood Collector’s Show in the ‘90s. Note Durant’s LeMat on his autograph table.

The star of TV’s “Broken Arrow”, John Lupton, seems more interested in things other than signing autographs at a Hollywood Collector’s Show in the ‘90s.

The star of TV’s “Broken Arrow”, John Lupton, seems more interested in things other than signing autographs at a Hollywood Collector’s Show in the ‘90s.

Two Johns...John Mitchum and Johnny Crawford at a Hollywood Collector’s Show in the ‘90s.

Two Johns...John Mitchum and Johnny Crawford at a Hollywood Collector’s Show
in the ‘90s.

The two stars of “Buffalo Bill Jr.”, Dick Jones and Nancy Gilbert, saw each other again for the first time in about 40 years at a film festival.

The two stars of “Buffalo Bill Jr.”, Dick Jones and Nancy Gilbert, saw each other again for the first time in about 40 years at a film festival.

Dick Jones and wife Betty enjoyed their visit to Bristol, England in March ‘04.

Dick Jones and wife Betty enjoyed their visit to Bristol, England in March ‘04.
(Thanx to Colin Momber.)

Guy Madison (“Wild Bill Hickok”), Robert Horton (“Wagon Train”) and Ty Hardin (“Bronco”) at a Golden Boot Awards. (Thanx to Neil Summers.)

Guy Madison (“Wild Bill Hickok”), Robert Horton (“Wagon Train”) and Ty Hardin (“Bronco”) at a Golden Boot Awards. (Thanx to Neil Summers.)

 

 

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