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(From Old Corral image collection)

Above - Corrigan and Terhune are in the center of this lobby card from OUTLAWS OF SONORA (Republic, 1938), and the muscular Corrigan is shown on the right.  The supporting player with the green pants is Tom London, a veteran of hundreds of western films.



(From Old Corral image collection)

Above from left to right are Wayne, Carole Landis, Billy Curtis, stuntman Jimmy Fawcette, Collette Lyons, Ray Corrigan and stuntman Dave Sharpe behind Corrigan in a still from the Three Mesquiteers film THREE TEXAS STEERS (Republic, 1939). Unknown who temporarily resides in the gorilla costume in this still - but it was Corrigan who played the ape role in the film. COME ON, COWBOYS! (Republic, 1937) was another circus themed Mesquiteers adventure, and Corrigan dons the ape suit in that one also.



(From Old Corral image collection)

Above from left to right are Don Barry (behind bars), Corrigan, Raymond Hatton, and John Wayne in one of the best films in the series, WYOMING OUTLAW (Republic, 1939).  For the eight cinema adventures comprising the 1938-1939 release schedule, Republic had moved Bob Livingston to 'other' films, including the starring role in THE LONE RANGER RIDES AGAIN chapterplay.  Livingston's replacement as 'Stony Brooke' was John Wayne.



(Courtesy of Minard Coons)

Above from left to right are Three Mesquiteers members Max Terhune, John Wayne and Ray Corrigan. Note Wayne's gunbelt and plain shirt, buttoned at the collar. You may be able to spot the zipper seam under Corrigan's left arm - that's how he got into that tight fittin' shirt.



(Courtesy of Minard Coons)

Above - Ray Corrigan and John Wayne compete for Phyllis Isley (Jennifer Jones) in the Three Mesquiteers adventure NEW FRONTIER (Republic, 1939; retitled as FRONTIER HORIZON for TV release). This was Corrigan's finale as a member of the Three Mesquiteers. He would then start up the new Range Busters trio oaters which were released by Monogram. This was also Wayne's last as a Mesquiteer as well as a B western hero. In 1939, STAGECOACH was released.



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