(Courtesy of Ed Tabor)
GALLOPING VENGEANCE (FBO, 1925) was among the earliest of Custer's starring silent westerns. Hans Wollstein was able to ID the other players in the above lobby card as Ralph McCullough (far left), who played heroine Mary Beth Milford's brother, and Dorothy Ponedel (far right), who played 'Little Wolf'.
(Courtesy of Meredith Ponedel)
Above are Dorothy Ponedel and Custer in a scene from the Jesse Goldburg silent, GALLOPING VENGEANCE (FBO, 1925), and special thanks to Meredith Ponedel for providing this photo of her 'Aunt Dot'. Below is a close-up of Dorothy and Bob.
(From Old Corral image collection)
Above from left to right are RCMP Sergeant Bob Custer, Eddie Dunn, Buddy Shaw, and William Walling in RIDERS OF THE NORTH (Syndicate, 1931), one of the earliest of the sound era mountie films.
(Courtesy of Les Adams)
Above from left to right are Monte Montague being subdued by Bob Custer and Richard Carlyle is being restrained by a young and thinnish Frank Ellis in QUICK TRIGGER LEE (Big 4, 1931).