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(Courtesy of Minard Coons)

Above - Fred Scott and White King / White Dust. Must have been tough keeping that uniform clean.



(Courtesy of Donn and Nancy Moyer)

Fred Scott and his hoss White King. There are some references and other material that identify the name of Scott's horse as White Dust. Whatever name was chosen for Scott's film steed, the above photo is of Jack Perrin's "Starlight" and you can see more of Starlight in the White Hoss #2 section in the Trusty Steeds/Movie Horses section.



(From Old Corral collection)

In the early Scott flicks, he was billed as the "Silvery Voiced Baritone" (above). Later, this was changed to the "Silvery Voiced Buckaroo". The director was prolific Sam Newfield (Sam Neufeld) and he helmed a half dozen of the Scott oaters that were produced by Jed Buell.



(From Old Corral collection)

Above lobby card shows Ed Cassidy trying to restrain Scott who is pummeling perpetual baddie Dick Curtis. Since this was one of Scott's early adventures, he was billed as "the Silvery Voiced Baritone".



(Courtesy of Andy Southard)

Fred Scott, circa 1942, and Fred's note to Andy Southard reads:

Dear Andy -
This is the last still I ever made in westerns.
Your friend
Fred Scott



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