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With A. W. Hackel for Supreme Pictures (16 Films)



(Pressbook cover courtesy of Les Adams)


(Pressbook cover courtesy of Les Adams)


BIG CALIBRE (Hackel/Supreme, 1934) [Director: RNB Sr.]
WESTERN JUSTICE (Hackel/Supreme, 1934) [Director: RNB Sr.]  (Bob sings in this one)
KID COURAGEOUS (Hackel/Supreme, 1934) [Director: RNB Sr.]
A DEMON FOR TROUBLE (Hackel/Supreme, 1934)
THE BRAND OF HATE (Hackel/Supreme, 1934)
NO MAN'S RANGE (Hackel/Supreme, 1935) [Director: RNB Sr.]
SMOKEY SMITH (Hackel/Supreme, 1935) [Director: RNB Sr.]
SUNDOWN SAUNDERS (Hackel/Supreme, 1935) [Director: RNB Sr.]
TOMBSTONE TERROR (Hackel/Supreme, 1935) [Director: RNB Sr.]
THE RIDER OF THE LAW (Hackel/Supreme, 1935) [Director: RNB Sr.]
ALIAS JOHN LAW (Hackel/Supreme, 1935) [Director: RNB Sr.]
TRAIL OF TERROR (Hackel/Supreme, 1935) [Director: RNB Sr.]
THE KID RANGER (Hackel/Supreme, 1936) [Director: RNB Sr.]
LAST OF THE WARRENS (Hackel/Supreme, 1936) [Director: RNB Sr.]
THE LAW RIDES (Hackel/Supreme, 1936) [Director: RNB Sr.]
BRAND OF THE OUTLAWS (Hackel/Supreme, 1936) [Director: RNB Sr.]

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



(From Old Corral image collection)

Above - the title lobby card from NO MAN'S RANGE (Hackel/Supreme, 1935).



(From Old Corral image collection)

Perpetual baddie Charlie King has the grips on whiskered codger Buck Connors while Barney Furey has a sixgun on Steele in a lobby card from THE LAW RIDES (Hackel/Supreme, 1936).



(From Old Corral image collection)

In this duotone lobby card from SMOKEY SMITH (Hackel/Supreme, 1935), Steele is on the roof, ready to spring into action, and below is an unbearded George Hayes. In front of Hayes and wearing the flat brimmed hat is Warner Richmond and to the right is Tex Phelps. This oater showed Richmond at his nastiest - to get his hands on a ring, he shoots off the finger of Steele's father (kindly ol' Horace Carpenter). And Richmond also throws lye in George Hayes' face.



(From Old Corral image collection)

Above, from L-to-R are Lucile Browne, William Farnum, Steele, Archie Ricks, James Flavin, and George Hayes (in his days prior to becoming 'Windy' or 'Gabby') in a duotone lobby card from THE BRAND OF HATE (Hackel/Supreme, 1934). James Flavin and Lucile Browne were husband and wife in real life and were married in 1932. Browne was the heroine to Steele in the cliffhanger, THE MYSTERY SQUADRON (Mascot, 1933).



(From Old Corral image collection)

In the above lobby card from KID COURAGEOUS (Hackel/Supreme, 1934) are, from left to right, Jack Cowell, Kit Guard (wearing derby) and Steele. Two unidentified players in the background.


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