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With Harry S. Webb's Metropolitan Pictures (8 Films)



(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above is the title lobby card from EL DIABLO RIDES (Metropolitan, 1939). The heroine is Claire Rochelle. Bob's paint horse is 'Lucky/Tex' which was ridden by John 'Dusty' King, Raymond Hatton, Jack Randall and Jimmy Wakely.

FEUD OF THE RANGE (Metropolitan, 1939)
SMOKY TRAILS (Metropolitan, 1939)
PINTO CANYON (Metropolitan, 1939)
MESQUITE BUCKAROO (Metropolitan, 1939)
RIDERS OF THE SAGE (Metropolitan, 1939)
THE PAL FROM TEXAS (Metropolitan, 1939)
EL DIABLO RIDES (Metropolitan, 1939)
WILD HORSE VALLEY (Metropolitan, 1940)



(From Old Corral image collection)

Above from L-to-R are Carleton Young (hand on door handle) followed by Ted Adams and behind him is Robert (Bob) Walker.  On the right side of the door are Steele and Betty Mack.  Note the drawstring shirt on Steele.


(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above, from L-to-R are Steele, Ted Adams and Bud Osborne in Steele's last for Metropolitan and Harry S. Webb, WILD HORSE VALLEY (1940).


(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above are Steele and Charlie King in a scene from MESQUITE BUCKAROO (Metropolitan, 1939).  Steele seemed to take a fancy to well decorated boots.


(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above from L-to-R are Reed Howes, Dave O'Brien, Carleton Young, Steele, Claire Rochelle and Ted Adams in a scene from RIDERS OF THE SAGE (Metropolitan, 1939).


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