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Born Enos Edward Canutt on Nov. 29,  1896 in Colfax, Wash..  Died May 24, 1986 in North Hollywood, CA

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Born Enos Edward Canutt on Nov. 1896 in Colfax, Wash. Died May 1986 in North Hollywood, CA

Sunset Carson, born Winifred Maurice Harrison was an American B-western star of the 1940s.     Movies: Alias Billy the Kid, Rough Riders of Cheyenne, Red River Renegades  1920-90

Sunset Carson, born Winifred Maurice Harrison was an American B-western star of the Movies: Alias Billy the Kid, Rough Riders of Cheyenne, Red River Renegades

Johnny Mack Brown (1904 – 1974) He appeared in minor roles until 1930 when he was cast as the star in a Western entitled Billy the Kid and directed by King Vidor. An early widescreen film (along with Raoul Walsh's The Big Trail with John Wayne, produced the same year), the movie also features Wallace Beery as Pat Garrett. Brown was billed over Beery, who would become MGM's highest paid actor within the next three years.

Johnny Mack Brown (1904 – 1974) He appeared in minor roles until 1930 when he was cast as the star in a Western entitled Billy the Kid and directed by King Vidor. An early widescreen film (along with Raoul Walsh's The Big Trail with John Wayne, produced the same year), the movie also features Wallace Beery as Pat Garrett. Brown was billed over Beery, who would become MGM's highest paid actor within the next three years.

LASH LaRUE born Alfred LaRue on June 15, 1921 and died on May 21, 1996. Naturally, he got his name from his use of a bullwhip to disarm the villains. He started out as the Cheyenne Kid, but was so popular with his whip that he was given his own films. He was later copied by Whip Wilson.

The Old Western Movie Stars

Lash La Rue, famous movie star and New Orleans native.

Sunset Carson and horse "Cactus".  He used to be Buck Jones' horse, Silver.  After Jones died Carson took the horse, changed his name to Cactus and made about 24 more films. - Horses of Famous Western Movie Stars and their Sidekicks

Horses That Old Western Stars of B-Films and Their Sidekicks Rode

Sunset Carson and horse "Cactus". He used to be Buck Jones' horse, Silver. After Jones died Carson took the horse, changed his name to Cactus and made about 24 more films. - Horses of Famous Western Movie Stars and their Sidekicks

Fred Scott -Fred Leedon Scott was an American actor best known as a singing cowboy star in Westerns during the 1930s and 40s. Scott was born on February 14, 1902 in Fresno, California, United States. He took voice lessons as a child and started acting in community theater at sixteen followed by working with a traveling troupe. Scott's family moved to Llano del Rio. He found work as a cowboy on a cattle ranch and tried to parlay the skills into film roles on horseback.

Fred Scott -Fred Leedon Scott was an American actor best known as a singing cowboy star in Westerns during the 1930s and 40s. Scott was born on February 14, 1902 in Fresno, California, United States. He took voice lessons as a child and started acting in community theater at sixteen followed by working with a traveling troupe. Scott's family moved to Llano del Rio. He found work as a cowboy on a cattle ranch and tried to parlay the skills into film roles on horseback.

Ray "Crash" Corrigan (February 14, 1902 – August 10, 1976), born Raymond Benard, was an American actor most famous for appearing in B-Western movies.

Ray "Crash" Corrigan (February 1902 – August born Raymond Benard, was an American actor most famous for appearing in B-Western movies.

THE RETURN OF FRANK JAMES - John Carradine as 'Bob Ford' - Directed by Henry King - 20th Century-Fox - Publicity Still.

John Carradine famous character actor and father of David and Keith Carradine.

Hoot Gibson ne Edmund Richard Gibson, Tekamah NE, (1892-1962), cancer.  Cowboy movie actor

Hoot Gibson (August 1892 – August was an American rodeo champion and a pioneer cowboy film actor, director and producer.

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