(Courtesy of Les Adams)
Note the spelling of Indian as the State of Indiana in this blurb from the pressbook for WHERE THE NORTH BEGINS (Screen Guild, 1947), one of the Mountie adventures starring Russell Hayden.

Did anybody ever double check pressbook writeups?

(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above from L-to-R are Vernie Hillie, Artie Ortego, Noah Beery, Jr., John Wayne and an unidentified player in a scene from THE TRAIL BEYOND (Lone Star/Monogram, 1934).

(Image courtesy of Ed Tabor)

Pointing the way to more nefarious deeds is Yakima Canutt, a fixture in the Lone Star/ Monogram films of John Wayne as both stuntman and supporting player. A crop/blowup of the faces is shown below the lobby card - from left to right are Artie Ortego, Jay Wilsey (Buffalo Bill Jr.), Yakima Canutt, Herman Hack and Tex Phelps. Re-release lobby card from the Wayne 'NEATH THE ARIZONA SKIES (Lone Star/Monogram, 1934).

(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above from L-to-R on horseback are Artie Ortego, unidentified player, Bob Kortman and Nick Thompson. Tom Mix and leading lady/heroine Joan Gale are standing. Lobby card from the cliffhanger, THE MIRACLE RIDER (Mascot, 1935).

(From Old Corral image collection)

THE LAW RIDES AGAIN (Monogram, 1943) was the second of the Monogram Trail Blazers series, and starred Ken Maynard and Hoot Gibson.  Kenneth Harlan portrays a crooked Indian Agent who is keeping promised cattle shipments from the Indians.  And he is assisted by B-movie vet Jack La Rue (as an escaped convict) and other Harlan henchies were Hank Bell, John Merton and Chief Thunder Cloud.  In the above lobby card, Artie Ortego is top center wearing the full headdress and has his bow and arrow at rest.  Chief Many Treaties (Bill Hazlett) as 'Chief Barking Fox' is wearing the full headdress and is on the right. At the bottom center of this lobby card - and aiming the rifle - is Augie Gomez. The other players are unidentified.

(Images courtesy of Carol Murray and her "Jack Hendricks Photo Album")

Above - Marin Sais, the one-time wife of cowboy hero Jack Hoxie, has a brace of six-guns aimed at Jack Ingram and gang. From left to right are Augie Gomez, Jack Hendricks, Artie Ortego, Jack Ingram, and Herman Hack. Production still from the Buster Crabbe FRONTIER OUTLAWS (PRC, 1944).