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Director Oliver Drake and stuntman Yakima Canutt at the St. Louis Western Film Fair in 1979. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Director Oliver Drake and stuntman Yakima Canutt at the St. Louis Western Film Fair in 1979. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Astounding fans at the St. Louis Film Fair in 1979, Kay Aldridge is once again Nyoka as she was in Republic’s “Perils of Nyoka” (‘42). (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Astounding fans at the St. Louis Film Fair in 1979, Kay Aldridge is once again Nyoka as she was in Republic’s “Perils of Nyoka” (‘42). (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Don Barry, Joan Woodbury and Yakima Canutt on a panel at the St. Louis Film Fair in 1979. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Don Barry, Joan Woodbury and Yakima Canutt on a panel at the St. Louis Film Fair in 1979. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Monte Hale talks with Jim Welch at the Memphis Film Festival in 1984. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Monte Hale talks with Jim Welch at the Memphis Film Festival in 1984. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Spectrum cowboy star Fred Scott and his daughter at the Memphis Film Festival in 1984. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Spectrum cowboy star Fred Scott and his daughter at the Memphis Film Festival in 1984. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Monte Hale, his wife Joanne and Memphis Film Festival attendee Jim Kocher in 1984. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Monte Hale, his wife Joanne and Memphis Film Festival attendee Jim Kocher in 1984. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Gene Evans holds up a lobby card from “Under Colorado Skies” (‘47 Republic) with Monte Hale, one of Gene's earliest films. It was presented to Gene by stuntman Neil Summers at the Memphis 1984 Film Festival. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Gene Evans holds up a lobby card from “Under Colorado Skies” (‘47 Republic) with Monte Hale, one of Gene's earliest films. It was presented to Gene by stuntman Neil Summers at the Memphis 1984 Film Festival. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

The wonderful Marion Shilling holds up a newspaper article about the Memphis Film Festival she was attending in 1985. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

The wonderful Marion Shilling holds up a newspaper article about the Memphis Film Festival she was attending in 1985. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Lovely Beth Marion sings “I Don’t Know Why I Love You Like I Do” at the Memphis Film Festival banquet in 1985. The late Tommy Floyd accompanies her on guitar. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Lovely Beth Marion sings “I Don’t Know Why I Love You Like I Do” at the Memphis Film Festival banquet in 1985. The late Tommy Floyd accompanies her on guitar. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Verna Hillie looks up from autographing at the Memphis Film Festival in 1985. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Verna Hillie looks up from autographing at the Memphis Film Festival in 1985. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Three gracious ladies—Marion Shilling, Beth Marion, Verna Hillie at the Memphis Film Festival in 1985. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Three gracious ladies—Marion Shilling, Beth Marion, Verna Hillie at the Memphis Film Festival in 1985. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Barbara and Will “Sugarfoot” Hutchins attending their first film festival in 1985 at Memphis. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Barbara and Will “Sugarfoot” Hutchins attending their first film festival in 1985 at Memphis. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Guy Madison reminisces about “Wild Bill Hickok” at the Memphis Film Festival in 1985. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Guy Madison reminisces about “Wild Bill Hickok” at the Memphis Film Festival in 1985. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Director William Witney, festival promoter Harold Smith and top stuntman Tom Steele at the Knoxville Western Film Fair in 1990. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Director William Witney, festival promoter Harold Smith and top stuntman Tom Steele at the Knoxville Western Film Fair in 1990. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Walter Reed, Johnny Duncan (Robin in Columbia's “Batman and Robin” ‘49 serial) and Lyle Talbot share a laugh at the Knoxville Western Film Fair in 1990. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Walter Reed, Johnny Duncan (Robin in Columbia's “Batman and Robin” ‘49 serial) and Lyle Talbot share a laugh at the Knoxville Western Film Fair in 1990. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

What a trio! Stuntman Tom Steele, Arizona Cowboy Rex Allen and top director William Witney share the stage at the Knoxville Western Film Fair in 1990. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

What a trio! Stuntman Tom Steele, Arizona Cowboy Rex Allen and top director William Witney share the stage at the Knoxville Western Film Fair in 1990. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Bonnie Boyd and the artist unveil a portrait of Tom Steele as Republic’s Masked Marvel at the Knoxville 1990 Western Film Fair. Steele was overjoyed with the painting as director William Witney applauds. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Bonnie Boyd and the artist unveil a portrait of Tom Steele as Republic’s Masked Marvel at the Knoxville 1990 Western Film Fair. Steele was overjoyed with the painting as director William Witney applauds. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Walter Reed seems “dubiously stunned” at whatever Rex Allen is telling him over dinner at the Knoxville Western Film Fair in 1990. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

Walter Reed seems “dubiously stunned” at whatever Rex Allen is telling him over dinner at the Knoxville Western Film Fair in 1990. (Thanx to Grady Franklin.)

 
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