Famous Cowboys and Cowboy Names -

(To be more precise, Famous Cowboys and Cowgirls, i.e., Cowpeople)

Western Movie Stars

(Also see Western Characters of Film and TV, and Legends of the Old West)



This list has 106 notable personalities of film and TV whose fame was predominantly in westerns.  If you don't see a particular actor here, go to Western Characters of Film and TV.  Sources for much (but not all) of the information here is from Wikipedia, and IMDb movie database.


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Allan "Rocky" Lane

Allan "Rocky" Lane

( filmography)

B-movie actor in the 1930 westerns, then leading roles in the 1940s including 7 as Red Ryder, then 30 as himself as in Gunmen at Abilene.

Harry Leonard Albershart

1909- 1973

Black Jack, Mesquite, Feather, Banner, Thunder

Amanda Blake

Amanda Blake

( filmography)

Played Miss Kitty Russell on 1950-70s TV series Gunsmoke.

Beverly Louise Neill

1929- 1989

Andy Devine

Andy Devine

( filmography)

Raspy-voiced sidekick "Jingles" in 1950s TV series The Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok;appeared in numerous westerns.

Andrew Vabre Devine

1905- 1977

Joker

Art Acord

Art Acord

( filmography)

Actor in silent movie westerns and serials such as The White Horseman.

Artemus Ward Acord

1890- 1931

Raven

Audie Murphy

Audie Murphy

( filmography)

A decorate war hero, turned actor, he appeared in 33 western movies from 1948-1969, including the TV series Whispering Smith">.

Audie Leon Murphy

1926- 1971

Rebel

Bill Cody

Bill Cody

( filmography)

Starting as a silent-screen actor in 1920s, he made 24 western in the 1930s beginning with the talkie Under the Texs Skies

William Joseph Cody

1891- 1948

Chico

Bob "Tumbleweed" Baker

Bob "Tumbleweed" Baker

( filmography)

Singing actor appearing in 25 western movies in the 1930s, making his debut in Courage of the West.

Stanley Leland Weed

1910- 1975

Apache

Bob Allen

Bob Allen

(also as Robert "Tex" Allen)

( filmography)

Texas Ranger in 1930s films such as Reckless Ranger.

Irvine E. Theodore Baehr, Sr.

1906- 1998

Pal

Bob Livingston

Bob Livingston

( filmography)

Appeared in dozens of movies 1926-1953; starred in Mesquiteer movies including Three Mesquiteers; brother of Jack Randall

Robert Edgar Randall

1904- 1988

Shamrock, Starlight

Bob Steele

Bob Steele

( filmography)

Actor in 1930s-1950s westerns such as The Blocked Trail; then in TV roles 1950s-1960s.

Robert Adrian Bradbury

1907- 1988

Brownie

Broncho Billy Anderson

"Broncho Billy" Anderson

( filmography)

First cowboy star, appearing in 148 short silent movies as Broncho BIlly, such as Broncho Billy and the Card Sharp.

Max H. Aronson

1880- 1971

Ranger

Buck Jones

Buck Jones

( filmography)

Actor, stuntman in 1920s silent westerns, then starred in 1930s talkies such as Shadow Ranch.

Charles Frederick Gebhart

1891- 1942

Silver, White Eagle

Buddy Roosevelt

Buddy Roosevelt

( filmography)

Actor, stuntman in 1920-50s westerns such as Way Out West; in 1950s-1960s many supporting roles in TV series.

Kenneth Standhope Sanderson

1898- 1973

Pardner, Tommy

Buzz Barton

Buzz Barton

( filmography)

At 5' 2" was the shortest cowboy with roles in over 70 westerns during the 1920-30s, and starring in Pinto Kid as David "Rep" Hepner.

William Andrew Lamoreaux

1913- 1980

Pee Wee

Charles Starrett

Charles Starrett

( filmography)

After playing various western roles, he became famous in 65 movies as the Durango Kid from 1940-1952.

Charles Robert Starrett

1903- 1986

Raider

Chill Wills

Chill Wills

( filmography)

Supporting actor in 1930-50s westerns such as Racketeers of the Rnage; and later in many TV westerns.

Chill Theodore Wills

1903- 1978

 

Chuck Connors

Chuck Connors

( filmography)

Starred as Lucas McCain in the TV series Rifleman, 1958-1963; then Jason McCord in Branded series, 1965-1966.

Kevin Joseph Aloysius Connors

1921- 1992

Razor

Clayton Moore

Clayton Moore

( filmography)

Starred as The Lone Ranger on TV 1949-1957

Jack Carlton Moore

1914- 1999

Silver

Clint Walker

Clint Walker

( filmography)

Known mainly as the lead role in the TV series Cheyenne, 1955-1962.

Norman Eugene Walker

1927-

Brandy

Dale Evans

Dale Evans

( filmography)

Singing cowgirl of movies, radio and TV, notably Dale Evans: Queen of the West; married to Roy Rogers.

Lucille Wood Smith

(Later changed her name to Frances Octavia Smith)

1912- 2001

Buttermilk, (Pal)

Dale Robertson

Dale Robertson

( filmography)

Actor in TV westerns in the 1950-60s and in the TV series Tales of Wells Fargo.

Dayle Lymoine Robertson

1923-

Fargo, Jubilee, Leo, Hannibal

Dan Blocker

Dan Blocker

( filmography)

Acted in several westerns, including 415 episodes as of Bonanza as Hoss Cartwright.

Bobby Dan Davis Blocker

1928- 1972

Scott Miller

Dennis Miller

( filmography)

Actor in many westerns; played Duke Shannon on Wagon Train

Dennis Scott Miller

1934-

Dick Foran

Dick Foran

( filmography)

Actor and singer in many 1930-40s westerns starting with Moonlight on the Prairie.

John Nicholas Foran

1910- 1979

Smoke (Smoky)

Don "Red" Barry

Don "Red" Barry

( filmography)

Starred as the first Red Ryder in Adventures of Red Ryder in 1940, and had roles in many westerns.

Donald Michael Barry DeAcosta (also Milton Poimboeuf)

1912- 1980

Thunder, Cyclone

Dorothy Page

Dorothy Page

( filmography)

Known as "The Singing Cowgirl," she starred in 3 western including The Singing Cowgirl.

Dorothy Lillian Stofflett

1904- 1961

Snowy

Duncan Renaldo

Duncan Renaldo

( filmography)

After many supporting roles in 1930s-1940s, starred in the 156 episodes of the TV series The Cisco Kid, 1950-1956.

Renault Renaldo Duncan

1904- 1980

Diablo

Eddie Dean

Eddie Dean

( filmography)

Singing cowboy in 1940s westerns often playing himself as in Romance of the West.

Edgar Dean Glossup

1907- 1999

Flash, White Cloud, Copper

Eddy Waller

Eddy Waller

( filmography)

Played sidekick to Allan 'Rocky' Lane 1947-1953 in such westerns as Thundering Caravans; then in the TV series Steve Donovan, Western Marshal.

Eddy Waller

1889- 1977

 

Evelyn Finley

Evelyn Finley

( filmography)

Actor, horse rider, stuntwoman in many movies such as Sundown Rider, 1940-1980s.

Evelyn Ruth Finley

1916- 1989

Fred Scott

Fred Scott

( filmography)

Starting as a cowboy on a cattle ranch, from 1936-1942 he appeared in 17 westerns such as In Old Montana.

Fred Leedom Scott

1902- 1991

White King

Fred Thomson

Fred Thomson

( filmography)

Actor in 1920s silent westerns, became #2 box office star for 1926 and 1927 in such features as The Two-Gun Man.

Frederick Clifton Thomson

1890- 1928

Silver King

Fuzzy Knight

Fuzzy Knight

( filmography)

Appeared in more than 180 films 1929-1967, usually as a cowboy hero's sidekick such as She Done Him Wrong.

John Forrest Knight

1901- 1976

Old Brownie

Gabby Hayes

Gabby Hayes

( filmography)

Sidekick to nearly every famous western movie star, often cast as a grizzled codger; then hosted the TV series The Gabby Hayes Show.

George Francis Hayes

1885- 1969

Calico, Eddie

Gail Davis

Gail Davis

( filmography)

Acted in westerns in 1940-50s often opposite Roy Rogers and Gene Autry in such westerns as The Far Frontier; as an expert horse rider toured with traveling rodeos.

Betty Jeanne Grayson

1925- 1997

Target

Gary Cooper

Gary Cooper

( filmography)

Starred in many westerns; played Marshal Will Kane in the movie High Noon in 1952.

Frank James Cooper

1901- 1961

Buck

Gene Autry

Gene Autry

( filmography)

One of the first genuine singing cowboys (after John Wayne), appearing the first time in In Old Sante Fe.

Orvon Grover Autry

1907- 1998

Champion

Gene Barry

Gene Barry

( filmography)

Starred as Bat Masterson on TV from 1959-1961.

Eugene Klass

1919- 2009

George Houston

George Houston

( filmography)

Star of 11 The Lone Rider movies in 1940s beginning with The Lone Rider Rides On.

George Fleming Houston

1896- 1944

Shamrock

George Montgomery

George Montgomery

( filmography)

Painter, sculptor, furniture craftsman, and stuntman best known as an actor in western films and the TV series Cimarron City as Matthew Rockford.

George Montgomery Letz

1916- 2000

George O'Brien

George O'Brien

( filmography)

Acted in many westerns from 1920s-1940s and starred in some, such as Arizona Legion.

George O'Brien

1899- 1985

Mike

Glenn Ford

Glenn Ford

( filmography)

Actor in many western movies; played Sam Cade in the TV series Cade's County, 1971-72.

Gwyllyn Samuel Newton Ford

1916- 2006

Jelly

Guinn "Big Boy" Williams

Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams

( filmography)

Supporting actor in 1930-40s westerns such as The Great Meadow; later in many TV westerns

Guinn Terrell Williams, Jr.

1899- 1962

 

Harry Carey, Jr.

Harry Carey, Jr.

( filmography)

Appeared in many western movies in the 1904s and 1950s, such as in Red River and later in dozens of TV westerns.

Henry G. Carey, Jr.

1921- 2012

Billy

Harry Carey

Harry Carey

( filmography)

Popular cowboy of silent movies, particularly as the good-hearted outlaw Cheyenne Harry starting with A Knight of the Range.

Henry DeWitt Carey II

1878- 1947

Sunny

Henry Darrow

Henry Darrow

( filmography)

Played Buck Cannon's best friend, Manolito Montoya, in the 1960s TV series The High Chaparral, and starred in the TV series Zorro and Son.

Enrique Tomas Delgado, Jr.

1933-

Hoot Gibson

Hoot Gibson

( filmography)

Rodeo, circus perfomer and actor in 1920-30s western movies; then in 1940s starred in westerns such as Wild Horse Stampede.

Edmund Richard Gibson

1892- 1962

Starlight, Goldie, Mud, Silver

Jack Holt

Jack Holt

( filmography)

Western star from the silent era; appearing in several Zane Grey stories such as The Mysterious Rider; also father of stars Tim and Jennifer.

Charles John Holt II

1888- 1951

Robin Hood

Jack Hoxie

Jack Hoxie

( filmography)

Actor in 1910s silent westerns movies, often as himself, starting in 1910 with Ridin' Romance

John Hartford Hoxie

1885- 1965

Fender, Dynamite, Scout

Jack Luden

Jack Luden

( filmography)

Actor in 1920s-1930s westerns starring in several such as Stagecoach Days.

Jacob Benson Luden

1902- 1951

Pal

Jack Perrin

Jack Perrin

( filmography)

Actor in 1920s-30s westerns such as Border Vengeance; during 1940s-1960s played supporting, often uncredited, roles in films and TV.

Lyman Wakefield Perrin

1896- 1967

Starlight

Jack Randall

Jack Randall

(aka Allen Byron and Addison Randall)

( filmography)

Actor and singing cowboy in 1930-40s westerns, often billed as Addison Randall, as in Where the West Begins">.

Addison Byron Owen Randall

1906- 1945

Rusty

James Arness

James Arness

( filmography)

Matt Dillon on 1950-70s TV series Gunsmoke

James King Arness

1923- 2011

Buck

James Garner

James Garner

( filmography)

Played Bret Maverick in the TV series Maverick from 1957 to 1960 and Nichols in the TV series Nichols 1971-72

James Scott Bumgarner

1928- 2014

James Warren

James Warren

( filmography)

Artist, and supporting actor in 1940-50s westerns, starring in several as in
Wanderer of the Wasteland.

James Pringle Wittlig

1913- 2001

 

Jane Frazee

Jane Frazee

( filmography)

Actor in many westerns and TV series in the 1940s-1950s. She starred in the western Melody and Moonlight.

Mary Jane Frehse

1918- 1985

Jennifer Holt

Jennifer Holt

( filmography)

Actor in 1940s western movies beginning her career in Stick to Your Guns opposite Hopalong Cassidy.

Elizabeth Marshall Holt

1920- 1997

Jim Bannon

Jim Bannon

( filmography)

Starred as the last Red Ryder in four westerns, the first of which was Ride, Ryder, Ride! as well as many roles in many movies and on TV.

James Shorttel Bannon

1911- 1984

Thunder

Jim Davis

Jim Davis

( filmography)

Starred as Marshal Bill Winter in the short-lived TV western The Cowboys and appeared in numerous TV westerns.

Martin Jim Davis

1909- 1981

Jim Newill

Jim Newill

( filmography)

Actor in 1930s-1940s westerns, starring 11 times as Texas Ranger Jim Steele as in Spook Town and 8 times as Sergeant Renfrew.

James M. Newill

1911- 1975

Alamo

Jimmy Wakely

Jimmy Wakely

( filmography)

Actor-singer in 1940-50s westerns such as Six-Gun Serenade.

James Clarence Wakeley

1914- 1982

Lucky, Sonny

Jock Mahoney

Jock Mahoney

( filmography)

Starred in TV series The Range Rider, 78 episodes and as Yancey Derringer, 34 episodes.

Jack O'Mahoney

1919- 1989

Joel McCrea

Joel McCrea

( filmography)

Actor in many western movies and TV shows from 1946-1976, incuding starring in Wells Fargo in 1937.

Joel Albert McCrea

1905- 1990

Steel

John Wayne

John Wayne

( filmography)

Appeared in dozens of westerns beginning in 1930, became the first singing cowboy in Riders of Destiny in 1933 and ending his career in The Shootist in 1976.

Marion Robert Morrison

1907- 1979

Banner, Cochise, Duke, Beau, Steel, Dollar

Johnny Carpenter

Johnny Carpenter

( filmography)

B-actor in 1940s western movies and later in TV series, wrote, produced and starred in 4 of his own movie, including The Lawless Rider.

John Carpenter

1914- 2003

Patterfoot

Johnny Mack Brown

Johnny Mack Brown

( filmography)

Actor in 1930-40s appearing in 127 western movies, his first big role being in Billy the Kid.

John Mack Brown

1904- 1974

Rebel

Ken Curtis

Ken Curtis

( filmography)

Played "Festus" on TV series Gunsmoke; performed with the popular Sons of the Pioneers from 1949 to 1953.

Curtis Wain Gates

1916- 1991

Ruth

Ken Maynard

Ken Maynard

( filmography)

Singing cowboy in 1920-30s movies

Ken Olin Maynard

1895- 1973

Tarzan

Kermit Maynard

Kermit Maynard

( filmography)

Actor in 1930-60s westerns, starring in some such as Valley of Terror, then dozens of appearances in TV series; younger brother of Ken.

Kermit Roosevelt Maynard

1887- 1971

Baron, Rocky

Kirby Grant

Kirby Grant

( filmography)

Known for his role as rancher-pilot in the 1950s TV series Sky KIng.

Kirby Grant Houn, Jr.

1911- 1985

Pal

Lane Chandler

Lane Chandler

( filmography)

Long-time actor playing supporting roles in movies such as Quantrill's Raiders and later in TV westerns.

Raymond Chandler Oakes

1899- 1972

Raven

Lash LaRue

Lash LaRue

( filmography)

Actor in 1940s westerns, good with a bullwhip against bad guys, 22 roles as himself beginning with King of the Bullwhip.

Alfred La Rue

(his father's surname was Wilson)

1917- 1996

Rush, Black Diamond

Pancho

Leo Carrillo

( filmography)

Played Pancho, side-kick to the masked Mexican hero The Cisco Kid.

Leopoldo Antonio Carrillo

1880- 1961

Loco

Monte Hale

Monte Hale

( filmography)

Actor in movies and TV 1944-1959, singer at rodeos and circuses. His first starring role was in the 1946 western Home on the Range.

Samuel Buren Ely

1919- 2009

Pardner, Lightnin'

Nell O'Day

Nell O'Day

( filmography)

Accomplished equestrian and actor in 1930-1940s westerns, first starring in Smoke Lightning.

Nellie Roach

1909- 1989

Shorty

Peggy Stewart

Peggy Stewart

( filmography)

Appeared in 1930-50s westerns including several episodes of Adventures of Red Ryder; and from 1950 in TV roles.

Margaret O'Rourke

1923-

Smoky

Pete Morrison

Pete Morrison

( filmography)

Starting in silent westerns, he played in in 1909, he went on to play in 152 movies, including The Escape.

George Douglas Morrison

1890- 1973

Lightning

Peter Breck

Peter Breck

( filmography)

Played in westerns, including the TV series Black Saddle, Maverick and Big Valley.

Joseph Peter Breck

1929- 2012

Randolph Scott

Randolph Scott

( filmography)

Actor in 60 westerns 1932-1962, starting with the Zane Grey story Heritage of the Desert.

George Randolph Scott

1898- 1987

Stardust

Ray "Crash" Corrigan

Ray "Crash" Corrigan

( filmography)

Played himself in 15 westerns in 1940s the first of which was The Range Busters; then developed this into Corriganville, a location used for many Western movies and TV shows.

Raymond Benitz

1902- 1976

Harvey

Ray Bennett

Ray Bennett

( filmography)

Actor in over 100 movies, mostly westerns, usually in supporting roles such as in Frontier Revenge.

Raphael Bennet

1895- 1957

Ray Whitley

Ray Whitley

( filmography)

Singing cowboy in 1930-50s western movies such as The Bandit Trail; wrote "Back in the Saddle Again" song.

Raymond Otis Whitley

1901- 1979

 

Reno Browne, Reno Blair

Reno Browne, Reno Blair

( filmography)

Excellent riding film star appearing in 14 movies in 1940s including Under Arizona Skies.

Josephine Ruth Clarke

1921- 1991

Major

Rex Allen

Rex Allen

( filmography)

Singing cowboy in 19 western movies such as Border Saddlemates.

Rex Elvie Allen

1920- 1999

Ko-Ko

Rex Bell

Rex Bell

( filmography)

Starred in several westerns such as Law and Lead. He was Lt. Gov. of Nevada and married to Clara Bow.

George Francis Beldam

1903- 1962

Streak, Stormy

Richard Boone

Richard Boone

( filmography)

Played Paladin of TV series Have Gun, Will Travel, 1957-1963.

Richard Allen Boone

1917- 1981

Rafter

Richard Martin

Richard Martin

( filmography)

Played Tim Holt's sidekick, Chito Rafferty, in 29 films such as Wild Horse Mesa.

Richard Martin

1917- 1994

Taco

Rod Cameron

Rod Cameron

( filmography)

Actor in 1940s western movies such as Wagons West, then appeared in many TV westerns.

Nathan Roderick Cox

1910- 1983

Knight

Roy Rogers

Roy Rogers

( filmography)

"King of the Cowboys" appeared in over 100 movies 1938-1959, and often in TV episodes of The Roy Rogers Show. Married to Dale Evans

Leonard Franklin Slye

1911- 1998

Trigger

Slim Pickens

Slim Pickens

( filmography)

Rodeo performer, movie and TV actor, 1950-80s always in supporting roles as in Stagecoach.

Louis Bert Lindley, Jr.

1919- 1983

Dear John, Appaloosa

Smiley Burnette

Smiley Burnette

( filmography)

Played the deep-throated singing cowboy "Frog Millhouse" in 53 movies beginning with Melody Trail.

Lester Alvin Burnette

1911- 1967

Ring Eyed Nellie (Black Eyed Nellie)

Smith Ballew

Smith Ballew

( filmography)

Singing cowboy in 1930s in several movies such as Rawhide.

Sykes "Smith" Ballew

1902- 1984

Sheik

Sunset Carson

Sunset Carson

( filmography)

B-western actor of 1940s, wore guns butt forward, starring in such movies as Sunset Carson Rides Again.

Winifred Maurice Harrison

1920- 1990

Cactus, Silver

Tex Ritter

Tex Ritter

( filmography)

Singing cowboy in 1930-50s westerns such as Roll Wagons Roll.

Maurice Woodward Ritter

1905- 1974

White Flash

Tim Holt

Tim Holt

( filmography)

After a supporting role in The Girl and the Gambler he starred in 46 westerns during 1940s-50s.

Charles John Holt III

1919- 1974

Sheik, Duke, Lightning

Tim McCoy

Tim McCoy

( filmography)

Actor and sharpshooter in westerns 1925-1957, such as
The Law of the Range.

Timothy John Fitzgerald McCoy

1891- 1978

Midnight, Starlight

Tom Keene

Tom Keene

( filmography)

Actor in western and seriels beginning in 1928 with Marked Money through the 1950s. Also known as Richard Powers

George Richard Duryea

1896- 1963

Rusty, Prince, Flash

Tom Mix

Tom Mix

( filmography)

Hollywood's first Western megastar 1909-35, beginning in the silent era and ending in 1935 as The Miracle Rider.

Thomas Hezekiah Mix

1880- 1940

Tony, Old Blue

Tom Tyler

Tom Tyler

( filmography)

Began in silent westerns 1920s, then starred in movies 1931-1951, including the role of Stony Brooke in such features as West of Cimarron.

Vincent Markowski

1903- 1954

Baron

Wally Wales

Wally Wales

(also as Hal Taliaferro)

( filmography)

Actor in 1920-50s westerns, mostly iin supporting roles, such as in Lawless Riders.

Floyd Taliaferro Alderson

(Changed his name back to Hal Taliaferro in 1930s)

1895- 1980

Ace, Baron

Wayne Morris

Wayne Morris

( filmography)

Actor in 1930s-1950s westerns and TV series, starting in 1937 with Land Beyond the Law.

Bert DeWayne Morris, Jr.

1914- 1959

 

Whip Wilson

Whip Wilson

( filmography)

Cowboy in 22 B-westerns from 1946 to 1955 starring in some such as Range Land.

Roland Charles Meyers

1911- 1964

 

Wild Bill Elliott

Wild Bill Elliott

( filmography)

As a U.S. marshal, starred in the 1938 serial The Great Adventures of Wild Bill HickokWild Bill Hickok serial of the late 1930s, and in the westerns about Red Ryder.

Gordon Ami Nance

(For a while known as Gordon Eliot)

1904- 1965

Thunder, Sonny

William Boyd

William Boyd

( filmography)

Played the white-hat hero in 66 movies as Hopalong Cassidy.

William Lawrence Boyd

1895- 1972

Topper

William S. Hart

William S. Hart

( filmography)

Most popular actor in silent screen westerns, getting his start in The Bargain.

William Surrey Hart

1864- 1946

Fritz

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Art Acord
Bob Allen
Rex Allen
Broncho Billy Anderson
James Arness
Gene Autry
Tumbleweed Baker
Smith Ballew
Jim Bannon
Don Red Barry
Gene Barry
Buzz Barton
Rex Bell
Amanda Blake
Ray Bennett
Richard Boone
Dan Blocker
William Boyd
Peter Breck
Johnny Mack Brown
Reno Blair
Smiley Burnette
Rod Cameron
Harry Carey, Sr.
Harry Carey, Jr.
John Carpenter
Leo Carrillo
Sunset Carson
Lane Chandler
Bill Cody
Chuck COnnors
Gary Cooper
Ray Crash Corrigan
Ken Curtis
Henry Darrow
Gail Davis
Jim Davis
Eddie Dean
Andy Devine
Wild BIll Elliott
Dale Evans
Evelyn Finley
Dick Foran
Glenn Ford
Jane Frazee
James Garner
Hoot Gibson
Kirby Grant
Monte Hale
William S. Hart
Gabby Hayes
Jennifer Holt
Jack Holt
Tim Holt
George Houston
Jack Hoxie
Buck Jones
Tom Keene
Fuzzy Knight
Allan Rocky Lane
Lash LaRue
Bob Livingston
Jack Luden
Jock Mahoney
Richard Martin
Ken Maynard
Kermit Maynard2
Tim McCoy
Joel McCcrea
Dennis Miller
Tom Mmix
George Mmontgomery
Clayton Moore
Wayne Morris
Pete Morrison
Audie Murphy
Jim Newill
George O'Brien
Ne;; O'Day
Dorothy Page
Jack Perrin
Slim Pickens
Jack Randall
Duncan Renaldo
Tex Ritter
Dale Robertson
Roy Rogers
Buddy Roosevelt
rReb Russell
Fred Scott
Randolph Scott
Charles Starrett
Bob Steele
Peggy Stewart
Fred Thomson
Tom Tyler
Jimmy Wakely
Wally Wales
Clint Walker
Eddy Waller
James Warren
John Wayne
Ray Whitley
Guinn Big Boy Williams
Chill Wills
Whip Wilson
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