|The 'brains' and 'action' heavies who had meaty roles and lots of dialog ... and the players who were fathers, ranch owners, lawman, mayors, judges, lawyers, storekeepers, newspaper editors, wardens, etc.|
|Of the e-mail that I've received, many folks have asked for info on those wonderful players who were villains ... and father of the heroine, or were lawmen, storekeepers, et al. Chronicled in this section are players that got meatier roles, they generally had dialog, and might have even been listed in the cast credits.
Many of the faces in this section specialized in playing:
Performers who were generally gang or posse members, had little if any dialog, and were generally not credited in the film opening/closing cast listings are profiled in The "Henchies" section on the Old Corral. And performers who were the helper or assistant to the hero are chronicled in the Saddle Pals-Sidekicks-Kids section on the Old Corral.
|Below are thumbnail images of SOME of the villains and primary supporting and character players. In the right side menu, you'll find profiles on these faces ... and lots more performers.||The Players (in alphabetical order by last name). Click Below:
I. Stanford 'Stan' Jolley
Gene Roth/Gene Stutenroth
Le Roy Mason
Art Mix (George Kesterson)
Riley Hill/Roy Harris
J. Frank Glendon
Carleton S. Young
John 'Bob' 'Lefty' Cason
There's a few more faces in the Rogues Gallery ... including Bob Wilke, Bud Geary, Hugh Prosser
Some other websites to visit:
Character Actors (mostly 1950s and later): http://www.460xvr.com/tg/not.htm