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Hopalong Cassidy and Topper with Sheriff Chris Edell in Passaic County, NJ. (Thanx to Billy Holcomb.)

Hopalong Cassidy and Topper with Sheriff Chris Edell in Passaic County, NJ.
(Thanx to Billy Holcomb.)

James Arness and Amanda Blake in a off screen moment from “Gunsmoke”. (Thanx to Terry Cutts.)

James Arness and Amanda Blake in a off screen moment from “Gunsmoke”.
(Thanx to Terry Cutts.)

Gabby Hayes, John Payne and Mary Beth Hughes arrive in El Paso, TX on March 25, 1949 for the premiere of “El Paso” (Paramount).

Gabby Hayes, John Payne and Mary Beth Hughes arrive in El Paso, TX on March 25, 1949 for the premiere of “El Paso” (Paramount).

John Payne, Gabby Hayes, Mrs. Bill Thomas (wife of producer Bill Thomas) and Eduardo Noriega receive a warm welcome to El Paso for the premiere of “El Paso” from John Paxton (right, manager of Inter-State Theatres).

John Payne, Gabby Hayes, Mrs. Bill Thomas (wife of producer Bill Thomas) and Eduardo Noriega receive a warm welcome to El Paso for the premiere of “El Paso” from John Paxton (right, manager of Inter-State Theatres).

Gabby Hayes gets a lot of female attention as he’s spruced-up for the premiere of “El Paso” in El Paso on March 25, 1949.

Gabby Hayes gets a lot of female attention as he’s spruced-up for the premiere of “El Paso” in El Paso on March 25, 1949.

Young actor Bobby Ellis gets a few tips from Gabby Hayes at the premiere of “El Paso” (3/25/49).

Young actor Bobby Ellis gets a few tips from Gabby Hayes at the premiere of “El Paso” (3/25/49).

Back stage waiting to appear at the premiere of “El Paso” in Oklahoma City on March 26, 1949 are (L-R standing) Paramount exec Duke Clark, actor Paul Hogan (husband of Helen Forrest), Frank Faylen, Eduardo Noriega, theatre manager George Spelvin, co-producer Bill Thomas, songwriter Harry Revel. (L-R sitting) famous songtress Helen Forrest, Mr. and Mrs. Gabby Hayes, Mary Beth Hughes, John Payne.

Back stage waiting to appear at the premiere of “El Paso” in Oklahoma City on March 26, 1949 are (L-R standing) Paramount exec Duke Clark, actor Paul Hogan (husband of Helen Forrest), Frank Faylen, Eduardo Noriega, theatre manager George Spelvin, co-producer Bill Thomas, songwriter Harry Revel. (L-R sitting) famous songtress Helen Forrest, Mr. and Mrs. Gabby Hayes, Mary Beth Hughes, John Payne.

In Oklahoma City for the premiere of “El Paso” (3/26/49) are (L-R back row) producer Bill Thomas, composer Harry Revel, John Payne, Frank Faylen, Eduardo Noriega. (L-R seated) singer David Street, singer Helen Forrest, Gabby Hayes, Mary Beth Hughes, actor Paul Hogan. (Hogan is Forrest’s husband and has a bit as a heavy in “El Paso”.)

In Oklahoma City for the premiere of “El Paso” (3/26/49) are (L-R back row) producer Bill Thomas, composer Harry Revel, John Payne, Frank Faylen, Eduardo Noriega. (L-R seated) singer David Street, singer Helen Forrest, Gabby Hayes, Mary Beth Hughes, actor Paul Hogan. (Hogan is Forrest’s husband and has a bit as a heavy in “El Paso”.)

Actor Paul Hogan seems to envy the attention Mary Beth Hughes and Hogan’s wife singer Helen Forrest are giving Gabby Hayes. The group were in Oklahoma City (3/26/49) for the premiere of “El Paso”.

Actor Paul Hogan seems to envy the attention Mary Beth Hughes and Hogan’s wife, singer Helen Forrest, are giving Gabby Hayes. The group were in Oklahoma City (3/26/49) for the premiere of “El Paso”.

Co-producers Bill Thomas (left) and Bill Pine (right) share a joke with John Payne and Gabby Hayes at the premiere of “El Paso” in Tulsa, OK (3/27/49).

Co-producers Bill Thomas (left) and Bill Pine (right) share a joke with John Payne and Gabby Hayes at the premiere of “El Paso” in Tulsa, OK (3/27/49).

John Payne and Helen Forrest harmonize while Gabby Hayes probably is flat during a personal appearance for the premiere of “El Paso” in Ft. Worth, TX on April 2, 1949.

John Payne and Helen Forrest harmonize while Gabby Hayes probably is flat during a personal appearance for the premiere of “El Paso” in Ft. Worth, TX on April 2, 1949.

“Ouch! Careful with that comb!” Gabby Hayes exclaims as Mary Beth Hughes primps while John Payne holds on and Helen Forrest watches. The foursome were in San Antonio, TX for the premiere of “El Paso” at the Majestic Theatre.

“Ouch! Careful with that comb!” Gabby Hayes exclaims as Mary Beth Hughes primps him while John Payne holds on and Helen Forrest watches. The foursome were in San Antonio, TX for the premiere of “El Paso” at the Majestic Theatre.

“Stand still Trigger!” Perfect coordination between horse and rider. Roy Rogers and Trigger.

“Stand still Trigger!” Perfect coordination between horse and rider. Roy Rogers
and Trigger.

A bit older Tim Holt loads up his .45s. (Thanx to Billy Holcomb.)

A bit older Tim Holt loads up his .45s. (Thanx to Billy Holcomb.)

Robert Horton on location filming scenes for “Wagon Train: The Vivian Carter Story” in 1959. In the second photo Phyllis Thaxter in on the wagon with Horton and Ward Bond stands high on a platform.

Robert Horton on location filming scenes for “Wagon Train: The Vivian Carter Story” in 1959. In the second photo Phyllis Thaxter in on the wagon with Horton and Ward Bond stands high on a platform.

Final touches to Champion’s makeup job are supervised by Gene Autry just before moving into camera range for “Silver Canyon” (‘51 Columbia).

Final touches to Champion’s makeup job are supervised by Gene Autry just before moving into camera range for “Silver Canyon” (‘51 Columbia).

Clowning around on the set of “Bonanza” are Lorne Greene, Michael Landon and Pernell Roberts.

Clowning around on the set of “Bonanza” are Lorne Greene, Michael Landon and Pernell Roberts.

“I bet brother Bart couldn't do this!” laughs “Maverick”’s James Garner as he learns a few dance steps.

“I bet brother Bart couldn't do this!” laughs “Maverick”’s James Garner as he learns a few dance steps.

James Coburn with Shirley MacLaine, Clint Eastwood with Lana Turner during the Thalians Ball in October 1986 honoring Shirley as Ms. Wonderful.

James Coburn with Shirley MacLaine, Clint Eastwood with Lana Turner during the Thalians Ball in October 1986 honoring Shirley as Ms. Wonderful.

James Stewart and Roy Rogers pay tribute to two Boy Scouts.

James Stewart and Roy Rogers pay tribute to two Boy Scouts.

Director Henry Hathaway talks over a scene for “The Sons of Katie Elder” with Earl Holliman, John Wayne and Dean Martin.

Director Henry Hathaway talks over a scene for “The Sons of Katie Elder” with Earl Holliman, John Wayne and Dean Martin.

For the ladies...CLINT WALKER!

For the ladies...CLINT WALKER!

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