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At Monogram Prior to the
Arrival of John Wayne (8 Films)



(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above is the title lobby card to YOUNG BLOOD (Monogram, 1932). In the leftside photo, prolific driver Floyd 'Silver Tip' Baker is being held up. Click HERE for a blowup.



(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above from L-to-R are Steele, George Hayes (before his days as Windy and Gabby) and Frank Ball in a crop from a lobby card from GALLOPING ROMEO (Monogram, 1933).

HIDDEN VALLEY (Monogram, 1932) [Director: RNB Sr.]
YOUNG BLOOD (Monogram, 1932)
THE FIGHTING CHAMP (Monogram, 1932)
TRAILIN' NORTH (Monogram, 1933) (Bob sings in this one)
BREED OF THE BORDER (Monogram, 1933) [Director: RNB Sr.]
THE GALLANT FOOL (Monogram, 1933) [Director: RNB Sr.]
GALLOPING ROMEO (Monogram, 1933) [Director: RNB Sr.]
RANGER'S CODE (Monogram, 1933) [Director: RNB Sr.]

[Director: RNB Sr.] indicates films directed by Steele's father, Robert North Bradbury, Sr.



(From Old Corral image collection)

Can't remember Charlie King without his moustache?  Above, Bob Steele is about to chat with the great screen baddie in THE FIGHTING CHAMP (Monogram, 1932).  Note the range uniform on Battlin' Bob - dark shirt with the arrow pockets, blue jeans, single holster and a dark hat.


(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above from L-to-R are Steele (wielding the sword), George Hayes, Marion Byron and Fred Cavens in BREED OF THE BORDER (Monogram, 1933). Cavens was an expert swordsman and taught fencing to many of the Hollywood performers.



(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above from L-to-R are Lafe McKee, George Hayes, Frank Ball, Bob Steele, and Ed Brady in a crop from a lobby card from GALLOPING ROMEO (Monogram, 1933).



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