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(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above from L-to-R are Alyn Lockwood, Verne Teters and Carpenter sharing some java around the ol' campfire in a scene from BADMAN'S GOLD (Jack Schwarz Productions, 1951). Alyn Lockwood's real name was Clara Althea Lockwood (1914-2007) and she worked with Carpenter on the script for BADMAN'S GOLD. She is best remembered as "Mary", the office receptionist and switchboard operator in many of Columbia's 1940s Blondie and Dagwood films.



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Above is another lobby card from the Johnny Carpenter starrer BADMAN'S GOLD (Jack Schwarz Productions, 1951). The two on the left are unidentified. Next is Troy Tarrell behind prolific B western and serial baddie Kenne Duncan. Kneeling appears to be Verne Teters. And on the far right with the beard stubble is Bill Chaney.



(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above - the title lobby card for THE LAWLESS RIDER (UA, 1954).




(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above from L-to-R are professional trick roper Texas Rose Bascom, Carpenter (with a 'stache) and Lou Roberson (brother of John Wayne stunt double Chuck Roberson) in a lobby card from THE LAWLESS RIDER (UA, 1954), which was directed by Yakima Canutt. Note the twin gunbelts on Carpenter.



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