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(From Old Corral image collection)

Above from left to right are Tim McCoy, John Wayne and an unidentified player in a scene from TWO-FISTED LAW (Columbia, 1932).  Les Adams identified the player on the right as Wallace MacDonald, who became a Columbia B film producer.



(From Old Corral image collection)

Above - the title lobby card for SAGEBRUSH TRAIL (Lone Star/Monogram, 1933), the second film in his Lone Star series for Paul Malvern and Trem Carr.



(From Old Corral image collection)

In this re-release lobby card from THE LUCKY TEXAN (Lone Star/Monogram, 1933), Wayne gives assistance to George Hayes in his days before becoming 'Windy' in the Hopalong Cassidy films and 'Gabby' at Republic.



(From Old Corral image collection)

Above from L-to-R are Noah Beery, Sr., Noah Beery, Jr., Wayne and an unidentified player in this re-release lobby card from THE TRAIL BEYOND (Lone Star/Monogram, 1934), one of Wayne's better films for producer Paul Malvern.



(Courtesy of Ed Tabor)

Above - John Wayne restrains Jay Wilsey (Buffalo Bill, Jr.) in a lobby card from 'NEATH THE ARIZONA SKIES (Lone Star/Monogram, 1934).



(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).



(Courtesy of Minard Coons)

On the left and wearing a suit is Edward Peil and next to him is Yakima Canutt. On the right is Wayne restraining pretty Eleanor Hunt and George Hayes is handling the six gun. From BLUE STEEL (Lone Star/Monogram, 1934), probably the best of Wayne's Lone Star westerns. Peil was the brains heavy and Canutt was the "Polka Dot Bandit".



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