9-21-15—Jack Larson, 87, best known as Jimmy Olsen on "Superman", died September 20 at his Brentwood, CA, home. Was in two westerns, "Redwood Forest Trail" w/Rex Allen and "Star of Texas" w/Wayne Morris.
9-18-15—Legendary stuntwoman May Boss, 90, died September 16. Beginning as a rodeo trick rider, her first film was "The Story of Will Rogers" ('52). In her 51 year career hundreds followed including "Fort Dobbs", "Westbound", "How the West Was Won", "Nevada Smith", "Silverado", TV's "The Monroes" and others. Complete tribute in WC #128 (Nov./Dec.).
9-10-15—Dickie Moore, 89, best known to Western fans as "Cody of the Pony Express" in the 1950 Columbia serial that co-starred Jock Mahoney, died September 10.
9-7-15—Martin Milner, 83, star of "Route 66" and "Adam-12", died September 6. Born in Detroit he came to movies and TV in '47. Westerns include "Springfield Rifle", "Gunfight at the O.K. Corral" and several TV westerns.
9-7-15—The "Laugh-In" Sock-It-To-Me girl, Judy Carne, 76, died September 3. Married to Burt Reynolds from '63-'65. Seen on "Gunsmoke", "Bonanza", "Big Valley", "Alias Smith and Jones", "Cade's County".
9-7-15—Dean Jones, 84, best known for a slew of Disney films, died September 2 of Parkinson's disease. Seen on "Zane Grey Theatre", "Bonanza" and other TV westerns.
8-22-15—Melody Patterson, Wrangler Jane on "F-Troop", 66, died August 20 after multiple organ failure at a nursing home.
8-22-15—Anna Kashfi, 80, Marlon Brando's first wife, died August 21 in Kalama, WA. Co-starred with Glenn Ford in "Cowboy" and was on "The Deputy" and "Bronco".
8-19-15—Yvonne Craig, 78, best known as Batgirl on TV's "Batman", died August 17 from breast cancer that metastasized to her liver. Craig was seen on "Bronco", "Tales of Wells Fargo", "Laramie", "Wild Wild West" and other TVers.
8-4-15—Respected actress Coleen Gray, 92, died July 3 of natural causes. Seen in many classic Westerns including "Red River" w/John Wayne, "Fury at Furnace Creek" w/Victor Mature, "Apache Drums" w/Stephen McNally, "Arrow in the Dust" w/Sterling Hayden and dozens of TV Westerns. See interview here.
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Listings for films starting with "P" thru "Z" are now posted. Also several new Gene Autry lobby cards under various letters have been added.
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