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Charles 'Charlie' Stevens



(Courtesy of Les Adams)
 


Above and below is Charles 'Charlie' Stevens (1893 - 1964).  In the photo above left - Stevens is 'Breed' versus Johnny Mack Brown in the serial, THE OREGON TRAIL (Universal, 1939).  The color shot on the right is a crop of Stevens from a lobby card from GERONIMO (Paramount, 1939) which featured Chief Thunder Cloud as the famous Apache Chief. Born in Arizona, he performed with the Miller Bros. 101 Ranch Wild West show prior to his Hollywood career. He became friends with Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. and appeared in most of all of his films. He was 'Injun Joe' in the 1930 version of TOM SAWYER which starred Jackie Coogan and Junior Durkin.  Stevens' film credits begin around 1914 and conclude circa 1961.  He also appeared in a bunch of 1950s TV westerns.

 There's a profile of Charles Stevens on the Old Corral.  Go back to the Old Corral homepage, and scroll down the left side menu to the Villains & Supporting Players section ... or click HERE (and use your browser's 'Back' button to return to this page).

  Although some of the data is incomplete or inaccurate, the Internet Movie Database (IMDB) has information on Charles Stevens: http://us.imdb.com/name/nm0828314/



(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above are Randolph Scott and Charlie Stevens in a WHEN THE WEST WAS YOUNG re-issue lobby card from 1951. That film was originally HERITAGE OF THE DESERT (Paramount, 1932).



(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above from L-to-R are Stevens, Richard Arlen, Jennifer Holt, Ed Cassidy and Lee Shumway in a crop from a lobby card from BUFFALO BILL RIDES AGAIN (Jack Schwartz Productions, 1947).



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