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(Courtesy of Jerry Whittington)

Above are Ken Maynard and Wild Bill Cody. Below is a lobby card showing Cody. In MARSHAL OF WINDY HOLLOW, Wild Bill Cody played a Indian Scout - he showed Sunset where the wagons were dumped in the canyon River. He also showed Sunset the outlaws cave and helped the Rangers track down the Outlaws. "Wild Bill Cody" was Frederick Garfield Penniman (born 1913, New York - died 10/25/88). At the time of his passing, Penniman/Cody lived at the McCurdy Residential Center nursing home facility in Evansville, Indiana. Writers and biographers have confused this Wild Bill Cody with Bill Cody, Jr., the onetime B-western youngster and son of Bill Cody, the onetime B-western hero. At the time of this writing (March, 2006), Bill Cody, Jr. is incorrectly listed as a cast member of MARSHAL OF WINDY HOLLOW on the Internet Movie Database. On the lobby card below, MARSHALL is spelled with two L's.


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Above are Sunset Carson and the bearded Ken Maynard.




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Above are Jerry Whittington and cameraman Darrell Cathcart setting up a shot at the outlaw shack.  Look at the hilltop, and you should be able to spot a half-dozen or so silhouettes of visitors watching the filming.



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Sunset and Jerry with an unidentified outlaw on the horse --- setting up the shot of the outlaw getting shot off his horse and falling in the water.



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Jerry and cameraman Darrell Cathcart setting up the shot for the outlaw falling into the water.



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Above are Sunset, Jerry and cameraman Darrell Cathcart setting up a shot.



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