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(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above from left to right are Jack Ingram, Pascale Perry, Fred Kohler, Jr., Tom Tyler, Tom Chatterton, Sam Lufkin (bartender) and Al Taylor in a scene from the Three Mesquiteers RAIDERS OF THE RANGE (Republic, 1942).



(From Old Corral image collection)

Above, Buster Crabbe has the drop on, from left to right, Jack Ingram, George Chesebro (on floor), Kermit Maynard (tied with rope) and an unidentified player in a lobby card from FUGITVE OF THE PLAINS (PRC, 1943).



(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above is the title lobby card to WOLVES OF THE RANGE (PRC, 1943), one of the PRC Lone Rider adventures. Centered is star Bob Livingston. On the left is I. Stanford Jolley and on the right is Jack Ingram. Note the B&W inset on the lower left - that's Charles 'Slim' Whitaker (as "Pasha" the Swami) doing a bit with Al 'Fuzzy' St. John.



(From Old Corral image collection)

Above is a lobby card from GUNSMOKE MESA (PRC, 1944), one of the Texas Rangers yarns. From left to right are Jim Newill, Dave O'Brien, Jack Ingram, and on the floor looking over some unidentified baddies is Guy Wilkerson. Notice a mistake? The image used to prepare this lobby card has been reversed, and they all have left-handed holsters. See crop below which I've flipped to show the correct image with right hand gunbelts.





(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).



(From Old Corral image collection)

Above from L-to-R are Ralph Lewis (as "Tom Buchanan"), Beatrice Gray/Grey (as "Sally Buchanan"), Jack Ingram (as "Kelso McGuire"), Bob Steele and Hoot Gibson in a lobby card from TRIGGER LAW (Monogram, 1944).



(Courtesy of Virginia Herrick & Dick Madigan)

Above - heroine Virginia Herrick is being menaced by Rusty Wescoatt (left) and Jack Ingram in the 15 episode serial ROAR OF THE IRON HORSE (Columbia, 1951). Jock Mahoney was the hero in this Sam Katzman produced chapterplay.



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