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There were many different players in the Three Mesquiteers series.  Above is the group that is most fondly recalled --- from left to right are Max Terhune (as "Lullaby Joslin"), Ray 'Crash' Corrigan (as "Tucson Smith") and Bob Livingston (as "Stony Brooke").


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Above, Chief Thunder Cloud (Victor Daniels) as Tonto and Livingston as the masked/unmasked hero in the chapterplay, THE LONE RANGER RIDES AGAIN (Republic, 1939)


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In this lobby card, from L-to-R are: Smiley Burnette, Bud Geary, Livingston, George J. Lewis and Leander de Cordova in the last film of the John Paul Revere series, THE LARAMIE TRAIL (Republic, 1944).  Livingston had been working at PRC as the 'Lone Rider', but got the call to return to Republic to take over the Revere series which had initially starred Eddie Dew. Livingston did two films as the Revere character, but in the final entry, THE LARAMIE TRAIL, he played 'Johnny Rapidan'.  Haven't got a clue why Republic changed the name of the lead character in that last film.


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Above, from L-to-R standing in the top row are Wild Bill Elliott, Allan Lane and Sunset Carson.  From L-to-R kneeling are Livingston (laughing), Roy Rogers, Don 'Red' Barry and Dale Evans.  Lobby card from the Roy Rogers 'All-Star' western, BELLS OF ROSARITA (Republic, 1945).  This was Livingston's last western film in a lead or 'hero' role.


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In this B&W still, a graying and moustached Livingston is shown at Monogram Pictures in the late 1940s. From L-to-R are Keye Luke, Beverly Jons, Nils Asther, Roland Winters (as Charlie Chan), Carol Forman, Livingston and Erville Alderson in THE FEATHERED SERPENT (1948).


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Above, the former Three Mesquiteer and Lone Ranger signing autographs for fans at one of the mid 1970s film festivals.


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Above, Bob Livingston's brother Addison Owen 'Jack' Randall (1906-1945) and trusty steed 'Rusty'.  The younger Randall starred in 22 sagebrush yarns for Monogram Pictures in 1937-1940.  Randall was killed in an accident during the filming of THE ROYAL MOUNTED RIDES AGAIN serial in 1945 at Ray Corrigan's ranch (not the oft reported Iversons' Ranch).


  Although some of the data is incomplete or inaccurate, the Internet Movie Database (IMDB) has information on Bob Livingston: http://us.imdb.com/name/nm0515292/.

Jim Tipton's Find A Grave website has a photo of the marker for Livingston/Randall at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale, California. Note the "Do Not Disturb" on the grave stone: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=6351549

Additional Livingston info: don't forget to check out the Cowboy Trios section on the Old Corral.  There, you'll find more info on Bob Livingston under the Three Mesquiteers. There's info, lobby cards and posters from THE LONE RANGER RIDES AGAIN cliffhanger in the Chief Thunder Cloud webpages. And lastly, there's a bit more on Livingston in the Old Corral section on the PRC Lone Rider films and series.



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