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

Scene still from HEADIN' FOR TROUBLE (Big 4, 1931) and star Bob Custer is on the left with the drop on everyone. Hendricks is on the far right behind whiskered old-timer Buck Connors. In the background from left to right are Bud Pope, Barney Beasley, and an unidentified player (Tom Bay?). Sitting at the table are Duke Lee (left) and John Ince (right). This is one of Hendricks' earliest film appearances.


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

Above from left to right are Hendricks (grounded), George Morrell, Merrill McCormick (beard), George Regas (moustache) and Leroy Mason in a still from the Kermit Maynard mountie film THE FIGHTING TROOPER (Ambassador-Conn, 1934).


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

Above - the grounded and roped Hendricks is aided by Al St. John and Tom Tyler in TRIGGER TOM (Reliable, 1935). Note the zipper on Tyler's shirt.


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

From left to right above are Hendricks, Jack Mulhall and Regis Toomey in a still from the Rin Tin Tin Jr. adventure, SKULL AND CROWN (Reliable, 1935).


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

From left to right are Francis X. Bushman, Jr. (Ralph Bushman) and Hendricks about to be pounced on by the gun-wielding Robert Walker in a still from CARYL OF THE MOUNTAINS (Reliable, 1936), another mountie yarn with Rin Tin Tin Jr.


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

From left to right are Edward Nugent, Hendricks, George Cleveland and Blackie Whiteford in RIO GRANDE ROMANCE (Victory, 1936).


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

From left to right are Robert Walker, Earl Dwire, Roger Williams and Richard Talmedge with the wounded Hendricks. Scene from STEP ON IT (Reliable, 1936).


(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above is a lobby card from SANTA FE BOUND (Reliable, 1936), the last of Tom Tyler's eighteen films for B. B. Ray and Harry Webb at Reliable Pictures. From left to right are Charles 'Slim' Whitaker, Jack Hendricks, Tom Tyler, Ed Cassidy (mustache) and Dick Cramer. Cramer was the brains heavy in this ... and he was billed third as "Richard Kramer" (with a K). In the photo inset on the right are leading lady Jeanne Martel (Tom Tyler's wife), Tyler, and Earl Dwire.


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

Above from left to right are Nora Lane, a disguised Tim McCoy, Hendricks, Alden 'Stephen' Chase and Buck Morgan in SIX GUN TRAIL (Victory, 1939).


(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.


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

Lawmen Jack Hendricks (on the left) and Tom London (right) have the drop on Ray 'Crash' Corrigan in a scene from Range Busters #8, FUGITIVE VALLEY (Monogram, 1941).


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

Above from left to right are Hendricks with Al 'Fuzzy' St. John on his back, Kermit Maynard and Buster Crabbe (doing a bad Mexican bandit impersonation) in FRONTIER OUTLAWS (PRC, 1944).


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

Above from left to right are unidentified player (whom we earlier thought might be Jack Tornek), Marilyn McConnell and Hendricks in MARKED FOR MURDER (PRC, 1945), one of the Texas Rangers adventures.


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

From left to right are Jimmy Wakely, Robert Barron, Hendricks and Dennis Moore in a scene from SPRINGTIME IN TEXAS (Monogram, 1945).


(From Old Corral image collection)

Above from left to right are Jack Hendricks, Buster Crabbe, Frank Ellis, Al 'Fuzzy' St. John, Ray Jones and Lorraine Miller in a still from BORDER BADMEN (PRC, 1945).



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