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Above is Jack's brother Robert Edgar Randall (Bob Livingston), who is best remembered as Stony Brooke of Republic's Three Mesquiteers.  Is there a resemblance between the two brothers ... you be the judge.
 

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Back in the ol' days, "penny arcade" cards were produced on most all of the Hollywood stars and near-stars.  Above is an arcade card on Jack Randall.



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Jack Randall is on the piano and behind him from L-to-R are Frank Hagney, unidentified player (black hat), Oscar Gahan, Chick Hannan/Hannon, unidentified blonde saloon gal, Archie Ricks, and an unidentifed tall galoot in a scene from RIDERS OF THE DAWN (Monogram, 1937), Randall's first starring oater. Hagney was a henchman working for Warner Richmond. The blonde actress doesn't appear to Peggy Keys, who was the heroine in this western.



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Above from left to right are Earl Dwire (face hidden), Hal Price (with beard), Lois Wilde, Jack Randall, a bearded Chick Hannan and Ernie Adams in a crop from a lobby card from DANGER VALLEY (Monogram, 1937), Randall's third starring western. Handling both the producing and directing chores was Bob Steele's father, Robert North Bradbury. Hal Price was Jack's sidekick in this one.



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Above - Randall takes out prolific baddie John Merton. Herman Brix (later, Bruce Bennett) is left center facing Lane Chandler. And young Dickie Jones is being corralled by Ernie Adams. From LAND OF FIGHTING MEN (Monogram, 1938).



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Above - Steve Clark (center) tries to halt the brawl between hero Jack Randall (left) and George Chesebro (right) in this lobby card from LAND OF SIX GUNS (Monogram, 1940). The mild-mannered Clark was the "brains heavy" in this film.



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Above from L-to-R are Jack Randall, Tex Palmer and Frank Yaconelli in a crop from a lobby card from Randall's THE CHEYENNE KID (Monogram, 1940). Randall had a bunch of different sidekicks, but Frank Yaconelli had the job most often - he was Randall's helper in seven of Jack's twenty-two oaters.



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Above top from L-to-R are Frank Yaconelli, Jack Randall and Nelson McDowell getting ready to surprise Bud Osborne (with the Winchester) and Robert Walker in a scene from PIONEER DAYS (Monogram, 1940).



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Above is a crop from a lobby card from RIDERS FROM NOWHERE (Monogram, 1940) showing Randall and heroine Margaret Roach, the daughter of Hal Roach. In 1947, Margaret Roach married Jack's brother, Bob Livingston. Randall would do one more western after RIDERS FROM NOWHERE and then his series was over.



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Above from L-to-R are Randall, Kenne Duncan, Glenn Strange, onetime western film hero Jack Perrin and George Chesebro.  Carl Mathews is in back with the neckhold on Strange. Scene from LAND OF THE SIX GUNS (Monogram, 1940).



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Above - Randall was married to cowboy heroine Louise Stanley, and Louise was the female lead in five of Jack's westerns. Here's Louise in a tender scene with Bob Steele circa mid 1930s while doing work for producer A. W. Hackel (of Supreme Pictures).  At the time of his death, Jack Randall was married to Barbara Bennett (the sister of Joan and Constance Bennett).



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Randall rode "Lucky/Tex" in his final batch of westerns. Lucky/Tex was a popular movie horse and was ridden by a bunch of B-western folks including: Raymond Hatton in his Johnny Mack Brown oaters; John 'Dusty' King in Monogram's Range Busters; and Jimmy Wakely rode Lucky in some of his Monogram westerns.



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