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Charlie King in the 1930s.

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The above still shows a rather slim Ken Maynard and King in a scene from FIGHTING THRU (Tiffany, 1930).  Looks like Charlie is wearing a "hero's shirt".



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Can't remember King without his moustache?  Above - Bob Steele is about to chat with the great screen baddie in THE FIGHTING CHAMP (Monogram, 1932).



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Above from L-to-R are Frank Yaconelli, Ken Maynard and Charlie King in a scene from Maynard's THE STRAWBERRY ROAN (Universal, 1933).



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Above - stuntman Dave Sharpe is on the far left with his arm wrapped around Charlie King, while star Rex Bell has a neck lock on an unidentified player in this lobby card from IDAHO KID (Colony, 1936).



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Perpetual baddie Charlie King has the grips on whiskered codger Buck Connors while Barney Furey has a sixgun on Bob Steele in a lobby card from THE LAW RIDES (Supreme, 1936).



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Above - King and Bob Steele are about to duke it out in THE TRUSTED OUTLAW (Republic, 1937), one of the A. W. Hackel/Supreme oaters that was released by Republic Pictures.



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Above is a great lobby card showing Charlie King mixing it up with star Tom Keene in GOD'S COUNTRY AND THE MAN (Monogram, 1937).


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