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(Courtesy of Les Adams)

From L-to-R are a quartet of unfriendly faces: Bud Geary, Frank Ellis (in the doorway shadows), Bob Wilke and Barcroft in a scene from CODE OF THE PRAIRIE (Republic, 1944) which starred Smiley Burnette and featured Sunset Carson.



(From Old Corral collection)

In THE CHEROKEE FLASH (Republic, 1945), Roy Barcroft plays Sunset's father, the titled character and former outlaw, who has reformed but his old gang wants him back. In this lobby card, Sunset is on the right and Barcroft is on the left with his six-shooter leveled at three unidentified players.



(From Old Corral collection)

Above from left to right are Roy Barcroft, Ted Adams and Allan Lane in STAGECOACH TO DENVER (Republic, 1946), one of the Red Ryder adventures.



(From Old Corral collection)

From left to right are Roy Barcroft, Edmund Cobb and Allan Lane in a lobby card from OREGON TRAIL SCOUTS (Republic, 1947). This was Allan Lane's fifth (of seven) Red Ryder films, and the story tells how Little Beaver (Bobby Blake) came to be Red's sidekick.



(From Old Corral collection)

Above is another lobby card from OREGON TRAIL SCOUTS.  From L-to-R are Roy Barcroft, unidentified player (possibly Pat Michaels), Martha Wentworth, John War Eagle, Chief Yowlachie, and on horseback is Frank Lackteen.



(Courtesy of Les Adams)

Above from L-to-R are Gene Stutenroth (sometimes known as Gene Roth) and Roy Barcroft in a scene from the Allan 'Rocky' Lane adventure, OKLAHOMA BADLANDS (Republic, 1948).



(From Old Corral collection)

Above - Roy Barcroft has the drop on veteran supporting player Paul Hurst and star Monte Hale in a lobby card from PRINCE OF THE PLAINS (Republic, 1949).



(From Old Corral collection)

Above - Allan 'Rocky' Lane vs. gang boss Roy Barcroft in a lobby card from SHERIFF OF WICHITA (Republic, 1949).



(From Old Corral collection)

Above is the treacherous trio from the serial DON DAREDEVIL RIDES AGAIN (Republic, 1951). From L-to-R are Lane Bradford (John Merton's son), Roy Barcroft and left handed John (Bob) Cason.



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