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Dec 17, 2019 · Johnny Mack Brown Trigger Fingers (1946), Whistling Hills (1951) and Man From The Black Hills (1952); Jimmy Wakely Saddle Serenade (1945) and Across The Rio Grande (1949) Whip Wilson Gunslingers (1950), Silver Raiders (1950), Arizona Territory (1950) and Lawless Cowboys (1951). Read Full Post »
The Courageous Avenger (1935) By Bob in JOHNNY MACK BROWN WESTERN MOVIES. The Courageous Avenger (1935) An Agent is sent to investigate gold thefts. He discovers a corrupt mine owner is behind the stealing and the mine owner also uses people he has captured as slaves to work in his mine.
Rechristened "Johnny Mack Brown" in the wake of this extremely serious career downturn, he made low-budget westerns for independent producers and he never regained his former status. Eventually he became one of the screen's top B-movie cowboys, and became a popular star at Universal Pictures in 1937.
Feb 17, 2015 · Rechristened “Johnny Mack Brown” in the wake of this extremely serious career downturn, he made exclusively low budget westerns and eventually became one of the screen’s top B-movie cowboy stars, making 127 western films during his career, including Ride ‘Em Cowboy with Abbott and Costello.
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Cowboy king Johnny Mack Brown became the first name in rip-roaring oaters while riding high for Monogram Pictures in the mid-forties, retiring the beloved Nevada Jack persona (but thankfully keeping the sidekick, Raymond Hatton) to eventually embrace battling the bad guys under the moniker Johnny Mack Brown.
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In 1943 Brown took his boots over to Monogram Pictures, where he made over 60 westerns. He started off as "Nevada Jack McKenzie" in the Rough Riders series, but the name soon changed to Johnny. As with most of the early cowboy stars, he was a hero to millions of young children and consistently among the top ten money-makers in westerns from 1942-50.
- September 1, 1904 in Dothan, Alabama, USA
- The Dothan Antelope
- 6' 1" (1.85 m)
Starring Johnny Mack Brown, George"Gabby" Hayes, Joyce Compton, Frank Hagney, Dennis Moore, Bobby Nelson, Charles King and Jack Rockwell. Directed by Robert ...
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Oct 05, 2017 · Last of the B Westerns. October 5, 2017 Marshall Trimble. Johnny Mack Brown. Many of the early day silver screen cowboys had been real working cowboys earning $30 a month and found on western ranches from Texas to Montana. They could earn $30 a day in Hollywood working as stuntmen and extras. Some like Buck Jones, Art Accord, Ken Maynard and Hoot Gibson went on to become stars.