Roy Rogers had a German Shepherd . The dog's name was "Bullet" .
In Season 2, Episode 13, Day of Terror, Victoria Barkley tells (villainess) Annie Morton that Audra is only 19 years old. Linda Evans was actually 23 years old when she started on The Big Valley.
That would have been the late Andy Clyde (March 25, 1892 - May 18, 1967) ~ see related link below .
Louis Lamour was a prolific Western Novelist. Some of his books were adapted for the screen such as Hondo ( I believe a John Wayne role). Mr. Lamour also ( and was not too proud of it) created and wrote some novels on the once-popular character Hopalong Cassidy- incuding one Hopalong Cassidy-Trouble Shooter. The phrase Trouble shooter was applied to maintenance men and similar jobs in the twenties- such as ( radio trouble-shooters guide- from l928) almost certainly it was not used in the Old West! Lawman- sure. gunpoke, marksman, of course, but Trouble-shooter is a twenties term intended to soften the repair or damage-control image.
well its a well known fact that western guys like slapping each other on the butt so when they would go out the swinging door and they feel a good smack on the butt they knew it was either their broke back mountain friend, or it wasnt the door, but you know cowboys swing both ways hense the swinging saloon doors. Dr phill uh, they look cool. To keep the riff-raff in and the good folks out.
Half height doors are sometimes used to: * give a sense of privacy especially to people who are seated
* allow air circulation * allow those entering to see what is beyond the door, which is important for double swinging doors where people on both sides are at risk of being hit by the door (this function can be achieved through glazing but this is more expensive and not in keeping with a Western setting)
Hondo was filmed in Utah and Mexico <http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0045883/locations>
Yes he did. He sang “settling down”. And if people would read the movie credits they would see.
Joe Seneca played Ezra Johnson.
Butch Cassidy (1866-1908) apparently had no children and was never married. He did have affairs as a young man with two sisters, Ann and Josie Barrett, and Josie did eventually marry a rancher and have children.
# Alias Jesse James (1959) # "The Roy Rogers Show" (95 episodes)
# Pals of the Golden West (1951) # South of Caliente (1951) # In Old Amarillo (1951)
# Heart of the Rockies (1951) # Spoilers of the Plains (1951)
# Trail of Robin Hood (1950) # North of the Great Divide (1950) # Sunset in the West (1950) # Trigger, Jr. (1950)
# Twilight in the Sierras (1950) # Bells of Coronado (1950)
# The Golden Stallion (1949) # Down Dakota Way (1949)
# Susanna Pass (1949)
# The Far Frontier (1948)
# Grand Canyon Trail (1948) # Night Time in Nevada (1948)
# Eyes of Texas (1948) # Under California Stars (1948)
... aka Under California Skies # The Gay Ranchero (1948) # Pecos Bill (1948)
# On the Old Spanish Trail (1947) # Springtime in the Sierras (1947)
... aka Song of the Sierra # Bells of San Angelo (1947) # Apache Rose (1947) # Heldorado (1946)
... aka Helldorado # Out California Way (1946) # Home in Oklahoma (1946) # Roll on Texas Moon (1946) # Under Nevada Skies (1946) # My Pal Trigger (1946) # Rainbow Over Texas (1946) # Song of Arizona (1946) # Don't Fence Me In (1945) # Sunset in El Dorado (1945) # Along the Navajo Trail (1945) # Man from Oklahoma (1945) # Bells of Rosarita (1945) # Utah (1945) # Lake Placid Serenade (1944)
... aka Winter Serenade
# Lights of Old Santa Fe (1944) # San Fernando Valley (1944) # Song of Nevada (1944) # The Yellow Rose of Texas (1944) # Cowboy and the Senorita (1944) # Hands Across the Border (1944) # Silver Spurs (1943) # Song of Texas (1943) # King of the Cowboys (1943) # Idaho (1943)
# Ridin' Down the Canyon (1942)
# Heart of the Golden West (1942) # Sunset Serenade (1942) # Sons of the Pioneers (1942)
# Romance on the Range (1942) # Sunset on the Desert (1942) # South of Santa Fe (1942) # Man from Cheyenne (1942)
# Red River Valley (1941)
# Days of Jesse James (1939)
# Saga of Death Valley (1939) # The Arizona Kid (1939) # Wall Street Cowboy (1939) # In Old Caliente (1939) # Frontier Pony Express (1939) # Rough Riders' Round-up (1939) # Shine On, Harvest Moon (1938) # Come On, Rangers (1938)
# Billy the Kid Returns (1938)
# Under Western Stars (1938)
The character, Etta Place, was played by Katherine Ross who also played the role of Elaine Robinson in 1967's 'The Graduate'. In the sequel made for TV movie "Mrs. Sundance" the character was played by Elizabeth Montgomery, after the Bewitched tv series ended.
they represent Clavary of the Union Army Dark blue and yellow trim the Confederates or the rebels of the southern states wore gray uniforms
No. The two were never in any film together.
the 1969 film version of True Grit is 128min in length. The 2010 version of True Grit is 110min in length.
he robbed banks and trains
Jackson, Wyoming and portions of the Grand Teton National Park.
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no he was not he wanted to join john fords outfit in the second world war but was refused on many counts he was not a1 due to injuries playing football he had 4 children which exepmpted him he was not a coward he wanted to fight and because he did not or was not excepted haunted him for the rest of his life
He wore a black fur-felt, style-pork pie w/abstract design material on leather hat band. 3 1/4 brim bound edge and 4 1/4 crown.
The cook's name was "George Washington Wishbone" and was played by the late Paul Brinegar (December 19, 1917 - March 27, 1995) .
From his father's first marriage, Wyatt had an elder half-brother, Newton, and a half-sister, who died at the age of ten months.