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(Courtesy of Bob Tomko)

Above, Johnny on the white hoss that he rode in many of the Supreme/Republic westerns and Universal chapterplays.  Ron McKnight viewed FLAMING FRONTIERS and notes that Johnny called this horse 'Scout' in that chapterplay. The spinning globe logo on the left side border shows Universal Pictures.



(From Old Corral image collection)

Above, Universal's short-lived trio series with, from L-to-R, Bob Baker, Fuzzy Knight (kneeling) and Johnny Mack Brown.



(From Old Corral image collection)

Above is the duotone title lobby card from the 1947 re-release of CHIP OF THE FLYING U (Universal, 1939). Johnny Mack Brown is on the left. On the top right is Bob Baker, and below him are comic sidekick Fuzzy Knight and heroine Doris Weston.



(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above from L-to-R are Doris Weston, Forrest Taylor and Brown in CHIP OF THE FLYING U (Universal, 1939).



(Courtesy of Bob Tomko)

Above - Johnny Mack Brown and Nell O'Day take a break during their Universal westerns of the early 1940s. An expert rider, O'Day was Brown's helper in thirteen of his Universal oaters. In the title lobby card below, note the special billing given O'Day who is listed last, and in larger type, as 'and Nell O'Day'. In the lobby card below, note also the change of spelling on JMB's name from 'John' to 'Johnny'.



(From Old Corral image collection)

Above - the title lobby card from THE MASKED RIDER (Universal, 1941) with Fuzzy Knight. Note the "and NELL O'DAY" billing. Nell and Fuzzy are pictured in the lower left corner.



(From Old Corral image collection)

Above is Elizabeth Marshall Holt, the sister of RKO cowboy hero Tim Holt, and the daughter of Jack Holt. She used the screen name of Jennifer Holt and played the heroine in a dozen films with JMB at Universal and Monogram.



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