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(From Old Corral image collection)

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).



(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above are a covey of no-goods from the lost/missing Jack Randall oater RIDERS FROM NOWHERE (Monogram, 1940). Randall, the brother of Three Mesquiteers star Bob Livingston, would do one more western after RIDERS FROM NOWHERE and then his starring series was over. From left to right are: Jack Evans, Jack Hendricks, Archie Ricks, Charlie King, unidentified face, Carl Mathews, Herman Hack and unidentifed player.



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Above, from L-to-R are Charlie King at the desk and wearing a suit, Eddie Dean, Lee Powell, and Glenn Strange, standing and wearing the eye shade. Lobby card from RAIDERS OF THE WEST (PRC, 1942), one of the six films in the short-lived 'Frontier Marshals' trio series.



(Courtesy of Minard Coons)

Above, Lee 'Lone Ranger' Powell and Charles 'Slim' Whitaker are about ready to jump this quartet of no-goods in RAIDERS OF THE WEST (PRC, 1942), one of the Frontier Marshals trio series. Unaware of their pending doom, the four baddies are, from left to right: Rex Lease, Charlie King, Eddie Dean and Glenn Strange. Note the lineup as being shortest to tallest - and check the height of Glenn Strange vs. Rex Lease.



(From Old Corral image collection)

Above is the title lobby card for THE RANGERS TAKE OVER (PRC, 1942), the first of PRC's Texas Rangers trio series. In the center image, prolific baddie Charlie King is mixing it up with Dave O'Brien. That's Jim Newill on the right.



(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above - Hoot Gibson in the center, sans gunbelt, and Ken Maynard on the right, have the drop on Charlie King in a crop from a lobby card from BLAZING GUNS (Monogram, 1943), the third Trail Blazers film.



(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above from L-to-R are Jerry Fields, Al Ferguson, Dan White, Bud Osborne and Charlie King in a scene from the Ken Maynard HARMONY TRAIL (Mattox, 1944; re-released in 1947 by Astor as WHITE STALLION).



(From Old Corral image collection)

King was still around as the B western began to fade.  Here he is with the drop on the moustached Bob Steele and pretty Lorraine Miller in AMBUSH TRAIL (PRC, 1946), one of Steele's last starring westerns.



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After World War II, King had gotten older and heavier and was often seen in a comedic (buffoon) role.  Above from left to right are Black Jack O'Shea, Lash LaRue, King, Eddie Dean and Emmett Lynn in a lobby card from CARAVAN TRAIL (PRC, 1946), one of Dean's CineColor westerns.



(From Old Corral image collection)

Above from left to right are Emmett Lynn, Lash LaRue, Charlie King and Eddie Dean in another lobby card from CARAVAN TRAIL (PRC, 1946).



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