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Clint Walker
Clayton Moore
Chuck Connors
Hugh O'Brian
Michael Biehn
James Garner
John Russell
Audie Murphy
Steve McQueen
Robert Conrad

Clint Walker
(Cheyenne)
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School footballer & wrestler who tried everything from the marines, to bouncer, to oil man before becoming one of the most muscular actors ever to put on a cowboy hat for “Cheyenne” Big screen film roles in “Yellowstone Kelly & “The Dirty Dozen” soon followed

Clayton Moore
(The Lone Ranger)
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Former circus acrobat, male model & stuntman who found fame & fortune as “The Lone Ranger”, a masked man with silver bullets, a white horse & an Indian companion named Tonto. The two fought for truth & justice during the 1950’s on Television & film.

Chuck Connors
(The Rifleman)
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Baseball player turned actor who got his big break when a sports fan (casting agent) recommended him for a role in the Spencer Tracey comedy “Pat & Mike”. In no time at all Chuck moved into TV roles, most notably, as Lucas McCain in “The Rifleman” .

Hugh O’Brian
(Wyatt Earp)
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High school jock, who after a stint in the Marine corps, joined a small L.A. theater company before easing into a string of minor Hollywood Westerns & later winning the starring role of Wyatt Earp in the long running TV series “The Life And Times Of Wyatt Earp” (1955 - 61).

Michael Biehn
(The Magnificent Seven)
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After a few TV roles & a brief appearance as a basketball jock in “Grease” Michael got his big break opposite Schwarzenegger in “The Terminator”. More film parts (“Aliens”, “The Abyss” & “Tombstone”)  & a starring role in TV’s “The Magnificent 7” followed.

James Garner
(Maverick)
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After starring in TV’s “Maverick”, Garner’s charm & likeable screen persona enabled him to make an easy transition  into big screen features such as “Cash McCall”, “The Great Escape”, “Support Your Local Sheriff”,  “Marlowe”, & “Space Cowboys” (2000).

John Russell
(Lawman)
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W.W.II veteran who spent more than 10 yrs in support parts before winning the starring role of Marshall Dan Troop in the popular TV series “Lawman”. He later appeared in 3 Eastwood films, “The Outlaw Josey Wales” (76), “Honkytonk Man” (82), “Pale Rider”(85)

Audie Murphy
(Whispering Smith)
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This Texan with the  boyish good looks became the most decorated US soldier of World War II before establishing himself as one of the most popular movie cowboys of his time. In 1961 Audie starred in his first & only western TV series, “Whispering Smith”.

Steve McQueen
(Wanted Dead Or Alive)
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    Often described as “The King Of Cool”, McQueen started out on Television’s “Wanted Dead Or Alive” (1958 - 61), before  making his mark in big budget Hollywood films such as “The Magnificent Seven”, “Bullitt” (68), “LeMans” and “The Great Escape” (1963).

Robert Conrad
(The Wild Wild West)
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Former school jock & milkman who after only a few small film appearances won the starring role of slick Private Investigtor Thomas Jefferson Lopaka in the hugely popular TV series “Hawaiian Eye”. Bob later went on to star in TV’s “The Wild Wild West”. 

Roy Rogers
Ty Hardin
James Drury
Will Hutchins
James Arness
William Boyd
Rory Calhoun
Michael Landon
Clint Eastwood
Richard Boone

Roy Rogers
(The Roy Rogers Show)
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This Californian fruit picker who was part of a music group called “The Rocky Mountaineers” (aka “The Sons Of The Pioneers”) got his first big break on radio before easing into feature films & TV where he soon established himself as the “King Of The Cowboys” .

Ty Hardin
(Bronco)
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New York born, but Texas raised hunk, who began his career with a starring role  in the Warner Bros, TV western series “Bronco”  (1958 - 1962). When the series ended Ty eased into films such as “Merrill’s Marauders”, “PT 109” & “Palm Springs Weekend”.

James Drury
(The Virginian)
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After small appearances in TV shows & big screen films such as “Forbidden Planet”, “The Last Wagon”, “Love Me Tender”, “Bernadine”, “Pollyanna” & “Ride The High Country”, James got his big break with a starring role in the popular western TV series “The Virginian” .

Will Hutchins
(Sugarfoot)
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After being discovered by a talent scout, Will literally, walked into a starring role in TV’s “Sugarfoot”. Guest spots followed in “Bronco”, “Cheyenne”, “Maverick” & big screen films such as,  “Merrill’s Marauders” & the two Elvis Presley Musicals “Spinout” & “Clambake”.

James Arness
(Gunsmoke)
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Tall, World War II veteran and brother of “Mission Impossible” star Peter Graves who was in & out of small films roles (he played “The Thing” in the 1951 Sci-fi thriller) for nearly 10 years before winning the starring role of Marshall Dillon in TV’s “Gunsmoke”.

William Boyd
(Hopalong Cassidy)
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By the mid-1940’s, tall, black-clad, grey-haired, Hoppy & his faithful horse Topper became household names in more than 50 big screen westerns for movie producer Harry Sherman. From 1949 - 1952 William adapted Hoppy to the small screen with great success.

Rory Calhoun
(The Texan)
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Former lumberjack, truck driver, mechanic & boxer who stumbled into films during the 1940’s. His good looks led to starring roles in a string of big screen westerns & by 1958 Rory took his cowboy persona to the small screen for the CBS TV Series “The Texan”.

Michael Landon
(Bonanza)
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After roles in teen films such as “I Was A Teenage Werewolf” & “High School Confidential”  Michael won the sought after role of Little Joe, the youngest son of the famous Cartwright family in the popular & long running western TV series “Bonanza” (1959-1973).

Clint Eastwood:
(Rawhide 1959 -1966):
Tall, tough, lean & handsome Clint established himself as America’s favorite tough guy after moving from bit parts in B-grade films to TV’s ”Rawhide” to Spaghetti Westerns to his trademark role of super cop “Dirty Harry” & later Oscar winning Director for “Unforgiven” .

Richard Boone
(Have Gun - Will Travel)
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