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(From Old Corral image collection)

Shown in the lobby card above are the real life father and son team of Noah Beery Sr. (as the baddie) and Noah Beery Jr. (as Johnny Mack's Indian helper "Nakomas"), in a chapter 5 lobby card from FIGHTING WITH KIT CARSON (Mascot, 1933).  JMB is shown in the left border wearing the buckskins.



(From Old Corral image collection)

Above - Al Bridge is menacing Johnny Mack Brown in the cliffhanger, FIGHTING WITH KIT CARSON (Mascot, 1933).



(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above - Brown is surrounded by a trio of great moustached villains - from L-to-R are Bradley Page, Hooper Atchley and George Meeker in the non-western AGAINST THE LAW (Columbia, 1934).



(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above from L-to-R are Ed Cassidy, Frank Ball and Johnny Mack Brown in a scene from COURAGEOUS AVENGER (A. W. Hackel/Supreme, 1935).



(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above is the title lobby card from BRANDED A COWARD (A. W. Hackel/Supreme, 1935) which starred Johnny Mack Brown. On the left are Frank McCarroll (with white shirt) and Roger Williams.



(From Old Corral image collection)

In the above lobby card from ROGUE OF THE RANGE (A. W. Hackel/Supreme, 1936), a two-gunned Johnny Mack Brown points an accusing finger at Jack Rockwell.  Thx to Les Adams for help in identifying several of the players --- from L-to-R are Tex Palmer, Jack Rockwell, Blackie Whiteford (in purple shirt), Art (Arturo) Felix, unidentified player (behind Brown), Brown and George Ball.  Note the spelling of JMB's first name as 'Johnny'.  He would be billed as 'John' for a while in his serials and westerns at Universal.



(From Old Corral image collection)

Above, from L-to-R are heroine Lois January, Horace Murphy, and JMB from ROGUE OF THE RANGE (A. W. Hackel/Supreme, 1936).



(From Old Corral image collection)

Above, a young and slim JMB pays attention to veteran supporting player Steve Clark, who is making a point with his finger.  Between Brown and Clark is juvenile actor Bobby Nelson.  And over JMB's right shoulder is veteran Horace Murphy.  Scene from BOOTHILL BRIGADE (A. W. Hackel/Republic, 1937).



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