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(From Old Corral image collection)

Above from L-to-R are Chester Gan, Bill Patton, Whitaker, Lucille Lund, and the bare-chested Reb Russell in FIGHTING THROUGH (Kent, 1934), one of Russell's starring westerns for producer Willis Kent.

(From Old Corral image collection)

In TERROR OF THE PLAINS (Reliable, 1934), Tom Tyler has his right arm around Charles "Slim" Whitaker and his left arm is restraining William Gould. In the background: Herman Hack is on the left with arms raised; Silver Tip Baker has the handlebar moustache; Robert Walker (as the sheriff) is on horseback in the far right background; in the far right foreground, tallish Frank Rice (portraying Tyler's sidekick "Banty") has a hold on an unidentified player. Blowup below of Tyler, Whitaker and Gould.

(Image courtesy of Les Adams)

Above from left to right are Alice Dahl, Tom Tyler, Lafe McKee, Dick Alexander and Slim Whitaker in COYOTE TRAILS (Reliable, 1935).

(Courtesy of Bill McCann)

Above from L-to-R are Veda Ann Borg, Whitaker, Bill Elliott and Frank Ellis in THE LAW COMES TO TEXAS (Columbia, 1939).

(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above from left to right are Howard Hickman, Virginia Vale, George O'Brien and Charles 'Slim' Whitaker in a still from BULLET CODE (RKO, 1940). Whitaker portrayed O'Brien's sidekick "Pop Norton" in this film.

(Courtesy of Minard Coons)

Above, Lee 'Lone Ranger' Powell and Charles 'Slim' Whitaker are about ready to jump this quartet of no-goods in RAIDERS OF THE WEST (PRC, 1942), one of the Frontier Marshals trio series. Unaware of their pending doom, the four baddies are, from left to right: Rex Lease, Charlie King, Eddie Dean and Glenn Strange. Note the lineup as being shortest to tallest - and check the height of Glenn Strange vs. Rex Lease.

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