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(From Old Corral image collection)

Above from left to right are William Desmond, Lucile Browne, Rex Bell and Yakima Canutt in a scene from the serial BATTLING WITH BUFFALO BILL (Universal, 1931), which starred Tom Tyler.



(From Old Corral image collection)

Above - Lane Chandler battles stuntman and supporting player Yakima Canutt in BATTLING BUCKAROO (Kent, 1932).  Note that Canutt is wearing his traditional, and multi-colored, gunbelt.



(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above is a lobby card from the lost/missing RIDERS OF GOLDEN GULCH (Robert J. Horner / West Coast Studios, 1932). Below that is a crop showing from left to right, Yakima Canutt, Edmund Cobb, Buffalo Bill Jr. (Jay Wilsey) and an unidentified player on the ground.



(From Old Corral image collection)

Above from left to right are young Billy Butts, Tom Keene and Canutt in SCARLET RIVER (RKO, 1933). This was a good 'un about making a western, and Keene was the movie hero. Canutt was on the side of the law for a change, portraying a film company wrangler as well as Keene's stunt double.



(From Old Corral image collection)

Above - a young John Wayne has collared a young and thin Eddie Parker, and on horseback, Yakima Canutt has Earl Dwire under wraps. This re-release lobby card is from THE STAR PACKER (Lone Star/Monogram, 1934), one of eleven 1930s Wayne westerns directed by Bob Steele's father, Robert North Bradbury.



(Courtesy of Les Adams)

From left to right are Edward Peil, Eleanor Hunt and Yakima Canutt in a scene from the John Wayne BLUE STEEL (Lone Star/Monogram, 1934). Peil was the brains heavy and Canutt was the "Polka Dot Bandit". Eleanor Hunt was a Ziegfeld girl and her biggest movie role was the leading lady to Eddie Cantor in WHOOPEE! (Samuel Goldwyn, 1930). She was married several times and her husbands included Rex Lease and producer George A. Hirliman.



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