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Jerry Whittington not only had a role as Sunset Carson's deputy, but also was the director and film editor on the MARSHAL OF WINDY HOLLOW.

While the film was shot on a 16mm color negative, a 16mm B&W "work print" was made from the color negative and was used for editing (the B&W work print was less expensive than a color work print). The edited B&W work print was then matched, scene for scene, to the color negative and cut into the A, B and C Rolls for the release print to be made.

During Jerry's editing work, some bits and pieces wound up on the cutting room floor --- and he saved some of these. Below are 16mm frames from that B&W "work print".



(Courtesy of Jerry Whittington)

Above - Sunset leadin' the wagon train westward.



(Courtesy of Jerry Whittington)

Sunset and the wagon train.



(Courtesy of Jerry Whittington)

Sunset and deputies on the trail of the outlaws.



(Courtesy of Jerry Whittington)

Saloon scene with Sunset and Jerry.



(Courtesy of Jerry Whittington)

Saloon scene with Sunset and Jerry holding off outlaws.



(Courtesy of Jerry Whittington)

Above - the Baker Brothers playing music in the saloon. The dancer is Buffy Fyne.



(Courtesy of Jerry Whittington)

Bartender George Clark (left) and Tex Barr (right)
in the saloon. In the background is Ray Epperson.




(Courtesy of Jerry Whittington)

Sunset fires his trusty six-shooter and blows up the outlaw shack.



(Courtesy of Jerry Whittington)

Sunset unmasks the "Divel Wolf".



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