Singing Cowboy Gene Autry and Champion

Singing Cowboy Gene Autry and Champion (this is the original Champion - there were several. This horse was notoriously difficult and Autry swapped him for a less testy companion).

The Original Singing Cowboy - gene Autry

Gene AUTRY Bio * AFI Top Actor nominee > Active > Born Orvon Grover Autry 29 Sept 1907 Texas > Died 2 Oct 1998 (aged California > Other: Musician > Spouses: Ina May Spivey her death); Jacqueline Ellam his death) > Children: 0

Michael Landon; Little Joe Cartwright                                              Classic TV Western Bonanza

Little Joe Cartwright Classic TV Western Bonanza (And his beautiful horse, Cochise!

Gene Autry & Champion

For 25 cents, we could go to the movies at the Auburn Theater on Saturdays and see two western movies (Gene Autry & Champion was just one of the actors). AND in addition, five acts of vaudeville between the movies!

Roy Rogers rides a bike.

Apparently Trigger was a little upset at Roy Rogers for his choice in 'alternative' transportation! Roy's bike tag reads 'Trigger Two! Sunset-Bronson Studio, Hollywood ca 1949

Alfred "Lash" LaRue (June 15, 1917 –May 21, 1996) was a popular western motion picture star of the 1940s and 1950s. He had exceptional skill with the Bull whip and taught Harrison Ford how to use the bullwhip in the Indiana Jones movies.

Alfred "Lash" LaRue (June 1917 –May was a popular western motion picture star of the and He had exceptional skill with the Bull whip and taught Harrison Ford how to use the bullwhip in the Indiana Jones movies.

Western Movie Actors | REX ALLEN'S HORSE, KOKO. Koko performed in over 30 films as Allen's ...

REX ALLEN and his HORSE, KOKO Koko performed in over 30 films as Allen's horse and Rex took him with him to his ranch when he retired. Koko lived from By

Gene Autry And His Horse, Champion, Performed At The Omaha Civic Auditorium In The 1950s

Gene Autry And His Horse, Champion, Performed At The Omaha Civic Auditorium In The

U.S. Marshal James Butler "Wild Bill" Hickok (on the right) played by Guy Madison who rode a horse named Buckshot. That's Andy Devine on the left who played Jingles. His horse was named Joker. Wild Bill Hickok  ran from 1951-1958 and was seen in re-runs after that in a lot of markets.

The Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok- TV Series (left) Joker ridden by Jingles (Andy Devine) and Buckshot ridden by Marshal Hickok (Guy Madison)

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