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Jock Mahoney in Charles Starrett’s “Hawk of Wild River” (‘52 Columbia).

Jock Mahoney in Charles Starrett’s “Hawk of Wild River” (‘52 Columbia).

Jock Mahoney...aka Range Rider and Yancy Derringer...would have been 100 on February 7, 2019. Here’s a few photos to commemorate this wonderful individual.

Jock and Dick Jones on location filming “Range Rider”.

Jock and Dick Jones on location filming “Range Rider”.

Jocko and Dickie clowning around inbetween shots while filming “Range Rider”. Both Jock and Dickie, with rare exception, did all their own stunts on the series.

Jocko and Dickie clowning around inbetween shots while filming “Range Rider”. Both Jock and Dickie, with rare exception, did all their own stunts on the series.

Range Rider and Dick West in person poster. Cleveland Arena May 11-17.

Who wouldn’ be smiling, dancing with Irish (“Sheena”) McCalla.

Who wouldn’ be smiling, dancing with Irish (“Sheena”) McCalla.

Jocko demonstrates the art of the screen punch at a film festival.

Jocko demonstrates the art of the screen punch at a film festival.

Jocko with his young step-daughter Sally Field and her brother Richard.

Jocko with his young step-daughter Sally Field and her brother Richard.

Ever the sportsman, 6'4" Jocko and his horse Rebel on the beach at Paradise Cove, Laguna Beach, CA.

Ever the sportsman, 6'4" Jocko and his horse Rebel on the beach at Paradise Cove, Laguna Beach, CA.

Training Rebel on the beach...

Training Rebel on the beach...

...and into the surf.

...and into the surf.

Jock with Rebel.

Time for a little fishing...

Time for a little fishing...

...then it’s time for a long swim...

...then it’s time for a long swim...

...followed by an ice cold shower...

...followed by an ice cold shower...

Jock in shower on beach.

Jock dries off.

Drying off.

Quite a day!

Quite a day!

Back on the screen in action as “Joe Dakota” (‘57 Universal).

Back on the screen in action as “Joe Dakota” (‘57 Universal).

For more Jocko visit Jock OMahoney Friends Group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/1777864082488645/

And here’s a tribute to Don “Little Brown Jug” Reynolds, 81, who died January 9, 2019.

Jug on his only trick riding pony, Highbrow. Over his lifetime Don learned to train a number of animals both domesticated and wild. He trained horses and ponies more than any other animal.

Jug on his only trick riding pony, Highbrow. Over his lifetime Don learned to train a number of animals both domesticated and wild. He trained horses and ponies more than any other animal.

The boy who rode the man who rode the horse. Seven year old Don Kay Reynolds wanted to ride Trigger but he wasn’t available that day so the second best thing was to ride Roy. Photo taken at Rogers’ home in Encino.

The boy who rode the man who rode the horse. Seven year old Don Kay Reynolds wanted to ride Trigger but he wasn’t available that day so the second best thing was to ride Roy. Photo taken at Rogers’ home in Encino.

Don with Charles Starrett while making “Whirlwind Raiders” (‘48 Columbia).

Don with Charles Starrett while making “Whirlwind Raiders” (‘48 Columbia).

In 1948 Hopalong Cassidy took a Western show/rodeo to Honolulu, Hawaii. (Left-Right) Wilbur Plougher with a tiny St. Frances Hospital patient in his arms, Fess Reynolds (Don’s father), Hoppy, unknown, Don Reynolds, stepmother Punkie (above Don), Chief White Eagle, and trick roper Carl Pitti.

In 1948 Hopalong Cassidy took a Western show/rodeo to Honolulu, Hawaii. (Left-Right) Wilbur Plougher with a tiny St. Frances Hospital patient in his arms, Fess Reynolds (Don’s father), Hoppy, unknown, Don Reynolds, stepmother Punkie (above Don), Chief White Eagle, and trick roper Carl Pitti.

Delores Randall and Don “cut a rug” as Jim (Red Ryder) Bannon provides the music while neighborhood kids look on circa 1949.

Delores Randall and Don “cut a rug” as Jim (Red Ryder) Bannon provides the music while neighborhood kids look on circa 1949.

Don floats above horses Dan and Don in 1953 at the Vancouver, British Columbia International Invitational Horse Show. 7,500 people in the audience gave Jug “the only standing ovation in my career. It lasted a full 10 minutes.”

Don floats above horses Dan and Don in 1953 at the Vancouver, British Columbia International Invitational Horse Show. 7,500 people in the audience gave Jug “the only standing ovation in my career. It lasted a full 10 minutes.”

Iron Eyes Cody, Don and Eddie Dean at a Hollywood get-together circa 1978.

Iron Eyes Cody, Don and Eddie Dean at a Hollywood get-together circa 1978.

(All Don Reynolds photos courtesy Donn J. and Nancy Moyer from their book, THE LAST LITTLE
BEAVER OF THE MOVIES.)

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