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(From Old Corral image collection)

Above from left to right are Al Bridge, Harry Carey Sr. and Yakima Canutt in a duotone lobby card from chapter 3 of THE DEVIL HORSE (Mascot, 1932).



(Courtesy of Minard Coons)

Above - Earl Dwire is given an assist by Harry Carey Sr. in GHOST TOWN (Commodore, 1936), one of the half-dozen B grade oaters Carey did for Ajax and Commodore in the mid 1930s. Dwire portrayed a toothless old codger and miner who gets ambushed by no-goods Lee Shumway, Chuck Morrison and Roger Williams. Carey saves Dwire's life and his stack of greenbacks.


 Harry Carey Filmography
Sound films only
Westerns and serials only, both starring and supporting roles
Special thanks to Les Adams for providing this filmography


Date Title Company Director Star Carey Role
1/5/29 TRAIL OF '98, THE M-G-M Clarence Brown Harry Carey Jack Lacasto
6/10/31 VANISHING LEGION, THE (Serial) Mascot B. Reeves Eason & Ford Beebe Harry Carey Happy Cardigan
11/15/31 CAVALIER OF THE WEST Artclass J. P. McCarthy Harry Carey Captain John Allister
3/6/32 LAW AND ORDER Universal Edward L. Cahn Walter Huston Ed Brandt
4/4/32 BORDER DEVILS Artclass William Nigh Harry Carey Jim Gray
4/5/32 WITHOUT HONORS Artclass William Nigh Harry Carey Pete Marlin
5/17/32 LAST OF THE MOHICANS, THE (Serial) Mascot B. Reeves Eason & Ford Beebe Harry Carey Hawkeye
5/22/32 NIGHT RIDER, THE Artclass William Nigh Harry Carey Jim Blake/John Brown
11/1/32 DEVIL HORSE, THE (Serial) Mascot Otto Brower Harry Carey Bob Norton
3/1/33 THUNDERING HERD, THE Paramount Henry Hathaway Randolph Scott Clark Sprague
5/26/33 SUNSET PASS Paramount Henry Hathaway Randolph Scott John Nesbitt
8/25/33 MAN OF THE FOREST Paramount Henry Hathaway Randolph Scott Jim Gaynor
4/9/35 WAGON TRAIL Ajax Harry Fraser Harry Carey Sheriff Clay Hartlet
5/7/35 RUSTLERS' PARADISE Ajax Harry Fraser Harry Carey Cheyenne Kincaid
9/24/35 BARBARY COAST United Artists Howard Hawks Joel McCrea Jed Slocum
9/27/35 POWDERSMOKE RANGE RKO Radio Wallace Fox Harry Carey Tucson Smith
10/22/35 WILD MUSTANG Ajax Harry Fraser Harry Carey Joe "Wild Mustang" Norton
11/12/35 LAST OF THE CLINTONS, THE Ajax Harry Fraser Harry Carey Trigger Carson
2/15/36 GHOST TOWN Commodore Harry Fraser Harry Carey Cheyenne Harry Morgan
5/9/36 SUTTER'S GOLD Universal James Cruze Edward Arnold Kit Carson
6/19/36 LAST OUTLAW, THE RKO Radio Christy Cabanne Harry Carey Dean Payton
12/20/36 ACES WILD Commodore Harry Fraser Harry Carey Cheyenne Harry
6/4/37 BORDER CAFE RKO Radio Lew Landers Harry Carey Tex Stevens
11/18/38 LAW WEST OF TOMBSTONE, THE RKO Radio Glenn Tyron Harry Carey Bill Barker
7/18/41 SHEPHERD OF THE HILLS, THE Paramount Henry Hathaway John Wayne Daniel Howitt
4/11/42 SPOILERS, THE Universal Ray Enright John Wayne Al Dextry
1/15/47 ANGEL AND THE BADMAN Republic James Edward Grant John Wayne Marshal Wistful McLintock
2/27/47 SEA OF GRASS, THE M-G-M Elia Kazan Spencer Tracy Doc Reid
3/1/48 DUEL IN THE SUN Selznick King Vidor Jennifer Jones Lem Smoot
8/20/48 RED RIVER United Artists Howard Hawks John Wayne Melville
12/1/48 THREE (3) GODFATHERS M-G-M John Ford John Wayne "Bright Star" Dedication



(Courtesy of Fred D. Pfening, Jr.)
Carey was one of many western film stars who also rode the sawdust trail doing circus performances.

Notice the tie-in back to his TRADER HORN film.



(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above are Carmen LaRoux and Carey in CAVALIER OF THE WEST (Artclass, 1931).



Above from L-to-R are Carey taking care of a young, moustached Randolph Scott.  On the right wearing the buckskins is a relatively young Raymond Hatton. In the rear center is Francis Ford (the brother of famous director John Ford). This is a 1950 re-issue lobby card for the film THE THUNDERING HERD (Paramount, 1933) which was re-titled as BUFFALO STAMPEDE.



(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above from L-to-R are Chief Thunder Cloud, Carey, Tex Palmer and Roger Williams in a crop from a lobby card from RUSTLERS' PARADISE (Ajax, 1935).



(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above - Carey versus Tom London in a lobby card from THE LAST OF THE CLINTONS (Ajax, 1935).



(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above - Carey and Ruth Findlay in the jail scene from GHOST TOWN (Commodore, 1936).



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