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Rex Bell and Clara Bow with their son Rex Jr.

Rex Bell and Clara Bow with their son Rex Jr.

Rex Bell gives instruction to a group of boys from L.A. playgrounds on the art of roping when they visited him at his Walking Box San Fernando ranch. Six boys were selected to take part in a rodeo roping contest. The winners were later given a two week vacation at Bell's ranch.

Rex Bell gives instruction to a group of boys from L.A. playgrounds on the art of roping when they visited him at his Walking Box San Fernando ranch. Six boys were selected to take part in a rodeo roping contest. The winners were later given a two week vacation at Bell's ranch.

Tom Tyler and actress Jeanne Martel were married in September, 1937. They later divorced. Producer/director Oliver Drake was an usher at their wedding.

Tom Tyler and actress Jeanne Martel were married in September, 1937. They later divorced. Producer/director Oliver Drake was an usher at their wedding.

Jack, Tim and Jennifer Holt enjoy a little family funtime together. (Thanx to John Brooker.)

Jack, Tim and Jennifer Holt enjoy a little family funtime together. (Thanx to John Brooker.)

Toledo, OH, Mayor William T. Jackson welcomes Tom Mix to his office in April, 1929.

Toledo, OH, Mayor William T. Jackson welcomes Tom Mix to his office in April, 1929.

Jim and Bill Boyd present a recording of their "Palace in

Jim and Bill Boyd present a recording of their "Palace in Dallas" to Mayor Rogers of Dallas in 1947.

Roy Rogers clowning around on the set in the late '40s.

Roy Rogers clowning around on the set in the late '40s.

Lash LaRue checks out one of his comic books at the third annual Western Film Festival at the Peabody Hotel in Memphis, TN, on July 31, 1974.

Lash LaRue checks out one of his comic books at the third annual Western Film Festival at the Peabody Hotel in Memphis, TN, on July 31, 1974.

Two of the screen's best badmen, off-screen friends, Kenne Duncan and Roy Barcroft.

Two of the screen's best badmen, off-screen friends, Kenne Duncan and Roy Barcroft.

Cast and crew of “Tex Rides With the Boy Scouts” (‘38 Grand National). Identified are Ed Cassidy (top row left), Charlie King (top row, 2nd from right), cameraman Gus Peterson (bottom left), director Ray Taylor (in chair), Tex Ritter, Marjorie Reynolds. (Thanx to Ed Tabor, Chuck Anderson.)

Cast and crew of “Tex Rides With the Boy Scouts” (‘38 Grand National). Identified are Ed Cassidy (top row left), Charlie King (top row, 2nd from right), cameraman Gus Peterson (bottom left), director Ray Taylor (in chair), Tex Ritter, Marjorie Reynolds. (Thanx to Ed Tabor, Chuck Anderson.)

A candid shot on the set of “Gun Law” (‘38 RKO) with (L-R) Frank O’Connor as Parson Joshua Ross, Lloyd Ingraham as Pop Perkins, George O’Brien, Bob Burns as a townsman and Francis McDonald as henchman Nevada.

A candid shot on the set of “Gun Law” (‘38 RKO) with (L-R) Frank O’Connor as Parson Joshua Ross, Lloyd Ingraham as Pop Perkins, George O’Brien, Bob Burns as a townsman and Francis McDonald as henchman Nevada.

Producer Henry MacRae receives an award for 30 years in the business while on the set of “Riders of Death Valley” serial (‘41). (L-R) Director Ray Taylor, Glenn Strange, Buck Jones, Jeanne Kelly, Monte Blue.

Producer Henry MacRae receives an award for 30 years in the business while on the set of “Riders of Death Valley” serial (‘41). (L-R) Director Ray Taylor, Glenn Strange, Buck Jones, Jeanne Kelly, Monte Blue.

WESTERN CLIPPINGS' Donna Magers with two of her favorite leading men, 
John Hart and Richard Simmons.

WESTERN CLIPPINGS' Donna Magers with two of her favorite leading men,
John Hart and Richard Simmons.

Internationally acclaimed Yugoslav scuptor, Yucca Salamunich (1901-1961), selected Johnny Mack Brown in 1941 to protray the typical 'Man of the West'. Johnny was filming "The Masked Rider" at Universal at the time of his sitting for the famous sculptor. The sculpture is currently in the Smithsonian American Art Museum but has not been on display since 2015. (Thanx to John Brooker.)

Internationally acclaimed Yugoslav scuptor, Yucca Salamunich (1901-1961), selected Johnny Mack Brown in 1941 to protray the typical 'Man of the West'. Johnny was filming "The Masked Rider" at Universal at the time of his sitting for the famous sculptor. The sculpture is currently in the Smithsonian American Art Museum but has not been on display since 2015. (Thanx to John Brooker.)

On set at Republic, Bill Elliott checks the sound with soundman Herbert Norsch.

On set at Republic, Bill Elliott checks the sound with soundman Herbert Norsch.

Herman (Bruce Bennett) Brix and Buster Crabbe in training for the 
1928 Summer Olympics.

Herman (Bruce Bennett) Brix and Buster Crabbe in training for the
1928 Summer Olympics.

You're in the Navy Now! A very young Clint Walker.

You're in the Navy Now! A very young Clint Walker.

Jeez! That's cold! Jack (Bart Maverick) Kelly.

Jeez! That's cold! Jack (Bart Maverick) Kelly.

Jock Mahoney and wife Margaret Field brighten up their home

Jock Mahoney and wife Margaret Field brighten up their home.

Silent and early '30s B-Western star Bob Custer with his wife actress Anne Cudahy at their wedding in 1926.

Silent and early '30s B-Western star Bob Custer with his wife actress Anne Cudahy at their wedding in 1926.

Monogram B-Western star Whip Wilson and his wife Monica walking through Green Park on their visit to London, England on January 6, 1950.

Monogram B-Western star Whip Wilson and his wife Monica walking through Green Park on their visit to London, England on January 6, 1950.

Two Jacks of one trade...acting! Jack Elam and Jack Lambert.

Two Jacks of one trade...acting! Jack Elam and Jack Lambert.

Amazing how elaborate theater fronts used to get in the '30s to promote a 
Saturday matinee Western.

Amazing how elaborate theater fronts used to get in the '30s to promote a
Saturday matinee Western.

Clayton Moore at home in his den.

Clayton Moore at home in his den.

...and Richard Boone at home in his den.

...and Richard Boone at home in his den.

 

 

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