Above, Fred Scott and White King ...
must have been tough keeping those duds clean!

The Starring Westerns of Fred Scott

With Cliff Nazzarro as sidekick:

ROMANCE RIDES THE RANGE (Spectrum, 1936)
THE SINGING BUCKAROO (Spectrum, 1937)

With Al St. John as sidekick:

MELODY OF THE PLAINS (Spectrum, 1937)
FIGHTING DEPUTY (Spectrum, 1937)
MOONLIGHT ON THE RANGE (Spectrum, 1937)
ROAMING COWBOY (Spectrum, 1937)
THE RANGER'S ROUNDUP (Spectrum, 1938)
KNIGHT OF THE PLAINS (Spectrum, 1938)
SONGS AND BULLETS (Spectrum, 1938)

With Harry Harvey as sidekick:

CODE OF THE FEARLESS (Spectrum, 1939)
IN OLD MONTANA (Spectrum, 1939)
RIDIN' THE TRAIL (Spectrum, 1939) (See note below)
TWO-GUN TROUBADOR (Spectrum, 1939)

With no sidekick in his last hurrah at PRC:

RODEO RHYTHM (PRC, 1942)

Note: apparently, RIDIN' THE TRAIL got lost during Spectrum's financial problems,
and wound up being released in the early 1940s by independent distributor Arthur Ziehm


(From Old Corral image collection)

Lobby card showing Scott and Marion Shilling in his first starring western, ROMANCE RIDES THE RANGE (Spectrum, 1936).


(From Old Corral image 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 starring efforts, he was being billed as "the Silvery Voiced Baritone".


(Courtesy of Minard Coons)

Above, sidekick Harry Harvey Sr. and Fred Scott.  Harvey easily migrated to TV work, and was the town law officer helping Roy and Dale in the ROY ROGERS TV show.  He was also seen in various bit and supporting roles, and a couple of examples are: as manager Joe McCarthy in THE PRIDE OF THE YANKEES (1942), the saga of Yankee baseball player Lou Gehrig (played by Gary Cooper); and as the doctor who was telling Jimmy Stewart about June Allyson's condition in THE GLENN MILLER STORY (1954).


(From Old Corral image collection)

Jean Carmen (Julia Thayer in THE PAINTED STALLION serial) has won negotiations on who does the clothes washin' in this scene with melodious Fred Scott from IN OLD MONTANA (Spectrum, 1939).


(Courtesy of Scott Thompson)

Several years after his Spectrum series ended, Fred Scott did RODEO RHYTHM (PRC, 1942) which featured Roy Knapp's Rough Riders.  Scott Thompson's Mom, Donna Jean Meinke, was in the film as a lil' girl named Juanita, and you can see her standing next to Fred Scott in the above photo.

  Although some of the data is incomplete or inaccurate, the Internet Movie Database (IMDB) has film information on Fred Scott, Al "Fuzzy" St. John, Harry Harvey, Jed Buell, and C. C. Burr.  Click below:

     Fred Scott: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0779148/
     Al "Fuzzy" St. John: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0820607/
     Harry Harvey, Sr.: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0367543/
     Jed Buell: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0119148/
     C. C. Burr: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0122991/



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