Forrest Taylor - 1940
Tom Keene - 1933
Click HERE for Bruce Hershenson's website on vintage movie posters and movie posters books.
Click HERE for Boyd Magers' WESTERN CLIPPINGS website.
Click HERE for Jerry Schneider's Movie Making Locations Webguide.
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The Old Corral website is a research project in progress and is dedicated to those wonderful cowboy heroes, heroines, sidekicks, heavies, and supporting players that rode the silver screen from the 1930s through the early 1950s in B westerns and cowboy cliffhangers. My goal is to simply rekindle memories of those great silver screen adventures, and to provide information, critique and education on the actors, actresses and films of the genre. As the Old Corral has expanded, it has been recognized as a comprehensive history and ongoing study of the B western, the western film performers, and the production companies and personnel.
The website design, as well as much of the notes and written material are ©1998-2015 by Chuck Anderson. Some written material and personal/family photos are copyrighted/owned by others, including guest authors, commentators and relatives of B-western performers and production people, and that information is denoted on a specific webpage, section, photo or image. All rights reserved.
Every attempt has been made to ensure the information on the Old Corral is correct. In some cases, references are made to books, articles, interviews, etc. And we do our best to identify conjecture and opinion vs. truth and history. But research is imperfect, and I realize that errors can and will occur. We are always open to corrections and updates.
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Milestone: on May 1, 2006, the hit counter recorded 1,500,000 homepage visitors. In May, 2006, I also moved the Old Corral to a new, faster web server and established the b-westerns.com domain name.
The homepage URL for the Old Corral website is: http://www.b-westerns.com
The webmaster/curator is: Chuck Anderson
and the Old Corral went online in May, 1998