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(Courtesy of Les Adams)

From 1937-1942, RKO starred singer and song writer Ray Whitley (and his Six-Bar Cowboys) in 18 two-reel western/comedy musical shorts. Above from L-to-R are Elvira Rios, Whitley and Glenn Strange in a still from Ray's CUPID RIDES THE RANGE (RKO, 1939).



(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above from L-to-R are Glenn Strange (as Cole Younger), Forrest Dillon (as Bob Younger), Don Barry (as Jesse James), Carl Sepulveda (as Jim Younger), and Harry Worth (as Frank James) in DAYS OF JESSE JAMES (Republic, 1939), which starred Roy Rogers.  In this film, Harry Worth was billed as Michael Worth. Strange appeared in four of Rogers' B westerns at Republic Pictures.



(From Old Corral image collection)

Above from L-to-R are cowboy star Jack Randall, Kenne Duncan, Glenn Strange, Jack Perrin and George Chesebro. Carl Mathews is in back with the neckhold on Strange. From Randall's LAND OF THE SIX GUNS (Monogram, 1940). Addison 'Jack' Randall starred in twenty two westerns for Monogram which were released from 1937-1940. Strange worked in eleven.



(From Old Corral image collection)

Above - Tim McCoy looks on as Buck Jones has Raymond Hatton by the throat in this laugh scene from DOWN TEXAS WAY (Monogram, 1942), one of Monogram Pictures' Rough Riders' series. On the far left is Glenn Strange.



(Courtesy of Minard Coons)

In the above scene from the Range Busters' BOOT HILL BANDITS (Monogram, 1942), Ray Corrigan battles "the Maverick", the scar faced brute portrayed by big Glenn Strange. There were twenty four Range Busters adventures and Strange worked in seven.



(From Old Corral image collection)

Above from left to right are perpetual baddie Charlie King at the desk, Eddie Dean, Lee Powell, and big and tall Glenn Strange, standing and wearing the eye shade. Lobby card from RAIDERS OF THE WEST (PRC, 1942), one of the six films in the short-lived 'Frontier Marshals' trio series.



(From Old Corral image collection)

Above from L-to-R are John 'Dusty' King, Fred 'Snowflake' Toones, Charlie King, Rex Lease, Bud Osborne, Glenn Strange and Max Terhune in a lobby card from HAUNTED RANCH (Monogram, 1943), one of the Range Busters' adventures. The scene in this lobby card is just prior to the closing brawl ... then Fred Toones discovers the "Little Brown Jug" tune that must be played on the organ ... and playing the song opens a secret wall passage with the missing gold from the Denver Mint.



(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above is a pressbook ad for the Bowery Boys in MASTER MINDS (Monogram, 1949) ... "And ATLAS THE MONSTER Played By GLENN STRANGE".



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