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Cowboy  Movie  Star
'Hoot'  Gibson
Edmund Richard Gibson [1892-1962]

cowboy star Hoot Gibson on sepia trading card                short profile

movies of Hoot Gibson
sound movies (from 1930)

other works

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               Wallace Bros. Circus poster for cowboy star Hoot Gibson
Hoot Gibson 11"x17"
circus poster at Amazon

In 1927, Hoot Gibson placed fifth in a nation-wide poll
by Exhibitor's Herald to rate the popularity of screen actors.



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Hoot Gibson entry at Wikipedia
Hoot Gibson credits [1910-60] at Internet Movie Database


Movies of Hoot Gibson

Hoot Gibson filmography [1910-1960] at Wikipedia
Hoot Gibson credits [1910-60] at Internet Movie Database

browse Hoot Gibson DVDs at Amazon

Hoot Gibson Westerns Collection DVD box set  "Hoot Gibson Westerns Collection" DVD Box Set [2008]
Alpha Home Ent. b&w DVD set [3/2008] 6 disks for $22.99
contains 9 b&w feature films starring Hoot Gibson on six DVDs: "Wild Horse" [Aug 1931], "Hard Hombre" [Sept 1931], "The Cowboy Counsellor" [Oct 1932], "The Boiling Point" [Nov 1932], "The Fighting Parson" [Aug 1933], "Sunset Range" [April 1935], "Frontier Justice" [Oct 1935], "Lucky Terror" [Feb 1936], and "The Riding Avenger" [June 1936]
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"The Two Brothers" short [1910]
"Pride of The Range" short [1910]
"The New Superintendent" short [1911]
"His Only Son" short [1912]
"A Four-Footed Hero" short [1912]
"Cowboy Sports and Pastimes" short [1913] as Ed Gibson
"In The Secret Service" short [1913]

"Kid Pink and The Maharajah" short [1914] as Ed Gibson
"Shotgun Jones" short [1914]
"The Telltale Knife" short [1914]
"The Hazards of Helen" serial [1914]
"The Man From The East" short [1914]

"Buckshot John" short [1915]
"The Man From Texas" short [1915]
"The Death Train" short [1915] as Hall Gibson
"The Pay Train" short [1915]
"In Danger's Path" short [1915]
"Judge Not: or, The Woman of Mona Diggings" short [1915]
"The Ring of Destiny" short [1915]
"Stingaree" 12-chapter serial [1915] /tt0006097/

"A Knight of The Range" short [1916]
"Stampede In The Night" short [1916]
"The Night Riders" short [1916]
"The Passing of Hell's Crown" short [1916]
"The Governor's Special" short [1916] as Ed Gibson
"The Wedding Guest" short [1916] as Ed Gibson
"The Capture of Red Stanley" short [1916] as Ed Gibson
"The Treasure Train" short [1916] as Ed Gibson
"The Mysterious Cipher" short [1916] as Ed Gibson

"The Voice On The Wire" 15-chapter serial [1917] as Edward Gibson /tt0008742/
"A 44-Calibre Mystery" short [1917]
"The Golden Bullet" short [1917] (as Edward Gibson)
"The Wrong Man" short [1917]
"The Soul Herder" short [1917]
"Cheyenne's Pal" short [1917]
"Straight Shooting" feature [1917]
"The Texas Sphinx" short [1917]
"The Secret Man" feature [1917] directed by John Ford
"A Marked Man" feature [1917] directed by John Ford /tt0008271/

"Headin' South" [1918]
"The Woman In The Web" [1918]
"Play Straight or Fight" short [1918]
"The Midnight Flyer" short [1918]
"The Branded Man" short [1918]
"Danger, Go Slow" [1918]

"The Black Horse Bandit" short [1919]
"The Fighting Brothers" short [1919]
"His Buddy" short [1919]
"The Rustlers" short [1919]
"Ace High" short [1919]
"Rustlers" short [1919]
"Gun Law" short [1919]
"The Gun Packer" short [1919]
"By Indian Post" short [1919]
"Kingdom Come" short [1919]
"The Fighting Heart" short [1919]
"The Four-Bit Man" short [1919]
"The Jack of Hearts" short [1919]
"The Crow" short [1919]
"The Face In Ihe Watch" short [1919]
"The Tell Tale Wire" short [1919]
"The Trail of The Holdup Man" short [1919]
"The Lone Hand" short [1919]
"The Double Hold-Up" short [1919]

"The Jay Bird" short [1920]
"West Is Best" short [1920]
"Roarin' Dan" short [1920]
"The Sheriff's Oath" short [1920]
"Hair Trigger Stuff" short [1920]
"Runnin' Straight" short [1920]
"Held Up For The Makin's" short [1920]
"The Rattler's Hiss" short [1920]
"His Nose In The Book" short [1920]
"Wolf Tracks" short [1920]
"Masked" short [1920]
"Thieves' Clothes" short [1920]
"The Broncho Kid" short [1920]
"The Fightin' Terror" short [1920]
"The Shootin' Kid" short [1920]
"The Smilin' Kid" short [1920]
"The Champion Liar" short [1920]
"The Big Catch" short [1920]
"A Gamblin' Fool" short [1920]
"The Grinning Granger" short [1920]
"One Law For All" short [1920]
"The Shootin' Fool" short [1920]
"'In Wrong' Wright" short [1920]
"Cinders" short [1920]
"Double Danger" short [1920] as twin brothers (dual role)
"The Two-Fisted Lover" short [1920]
"Tipped Off" short [1920]
"The Stranger" short [1920]
"Superstition" short [1920]
"The Brand Blotter" short [1920]

"Fight It Out" short [1920] as Ed 'Hoot' Gibson
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fight_It_Out

"The Man With The Punch" short [1920] as Ed Hoot Gibson
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Man_with_the_Punch

Silent Cowboy Marathon on DVD  "Silent Cowboy Marathon" [2013]
featuring Hoot Gibson in "Fight It Out" [1920] and "The Man With The Punch" [1920]; also Harry Myers in "Trail's End" [1919 short], and 'bonus' 1926 two-reeler of comic strip hero Hairbreadth Harry in "Danger Ahead"
Alpha Home Video b&w DVD [11/2013] for $5.98

"The Trail of The Hound" short [1920]
"Winning A Home" short [1920]

"The Saddle King" short [1921]
"The Driftin' Kid" short [1921]
"Sweet Revenge" short [1921]
"Kickaroo" short [1921]
"The Fightin' Fury" short [1921]
"Out o' Luck" short [1921]
"The Cactus Kid" short [1921]
"Who Was The Man?" short [1921]
"Crossed Clues" short [1921]
"Double Crossers" short [1921]
"The Wild Wild West" short [1921]
"Bandits Beware" short [1921]
"The Movie Trail" short [1921]
"The Man Who Woke Up" short [1921]
"Beating The Game" short [1921]
"Action" [1921]
"Red Courage" [1921]
"Sure Fire" [1921]
"The Fire Eater" [1921]
"The Winning Track" short [1921]

"Headin' West" [1922]
"The Bearcat" [1922]
"Step On It!" [1922]
"Trimmed" [1922]
"The Loaded Door" [1922]
"The Galloping Kid" [1922]
"The Lone Hand" [1922] as Ed 'Hoot' Gibson
"Ridin' Wild" [1922] as Edward 'Hoot' Gibson

"Kindled Courage" [1923]
"The Gentleman From America" [1923]
"Single Handed" [1923]
"Dead Game" [1923] as Ed 'Hoot' Gibson)
"Double Dealing" [1923]
"Shootin' For Love" [1923]
"Out of Luck" [1923]
"Blinky" [1923]
"The Ramblin' Kid" [1923]
"The Thrill Chaser" [1923]

"Hook and Ladder" [1924]
"Ride For Your Life" [1924]
"40-Horse Hawkins" [1924]
"Broadway or Bust" [1924]
"Sawdust Trail" [1924]
"Hit and Run" [1924]

"The Ridin' Kid From Powder River" aka 'The Lone Outlaw'
silent feature [Universal Nov 1924]
The Ridin' Kid From Powder River silent Western movie poster starring Hoot Gibson  A young boy witnesses the murder of his father, and some years later seeks revenge; remade in 1930 as a sound feature. Directed by Edward Sedgwick; based on the 1919 novel by Henry H. Knibbs; starring Hoot Gibson, Gladys Hulette, Gertrude Astor, Tully Marshall, Walter Long, Sid Jordan, William Steele, Howard Truesdale, Frank Rice, Nelson McDowell, Fred Humes & Bowditch M. Turner
video/DVD not available; full credits from IMDb

"The Hurricane Kid" [1925]
"The Taming of The West" [1925]
"The Saddle Hawk" [1925]

"Let 'er Buck" silent feature [Universal March 1925]
Let'er Buck silent Western movie poster starring Hoot Gibson  A cowboy leaves Texas after shooting a man in a gunfight and lands in Pendleton, Oregon just before the big rodeo. Hands from his former ranch arrive to enter, and the cowboy's enemy is among them (not killed after all). The cowboy has a deal to enter the rodeo for a local rancher lady, and the Texans kidnap him to prevent Texas from losing. The finale is a Ben-Hur-style chariot race. Co-written & directed by Edward Sedgwick; co-written by Raymond L. Schrock; starring Hoot Gibson, Marian Nixon, Charles K. French, G. Raymond Nye, William Steele, Josie Sedgwick & Fred Humes
11"x17" poster available for $14.99 at AllPosters.com
video/DVD not available; full credits from IMDb

"Spook Ranch" [1925]

"The Calgary Stampede" silent feature [Universal Nov 1925]
Calgary Stampede silent Western movie poster starring Hoot Gibson  A champion Roman standing racer falls in love with a French Canadian girl, but is accused of killing her father; he evades the law until he wins the Calgary Stampede, and then is freed when the real killer is identified. {'Roman standing racing' is one cowboy atop two running horses, an event that was popular at rodeos during the late XIXth and early XXth Centuries.} Directed by Herbert Blachι; starring Hoot Gibson, Virginia Brown Faire, Clark Comstock, Ynez Seabury, Jim Corey, Philo McCullough, W.T. McCulley, Ena Gregory, Charles Sellon, Tex Young & Bob Gillis
Grapevine Video b&w DVD-R [1/2012] for $20.98
11"x17" poster available for $14.99 at AllPosters.com
full credits from IMDb

"Arizona Sweepstakes" [1926]
"Chip of The Flying U" [1926]
"The Flaming Frontier" [1926]
"The Phantom Bullet" [1926]
"The Man In The Saddle" [1926]
"The Texas Streak" [1926]
"The Buckaroo Kid" [1926]

"The Silent Rider" [1927]
"The Denver Dude" [1927]
"Hey! Hey! Cowboy" [1927]
"The Prairie King" [1927]
"A Hero On Horseback" [1927]
"Painted Ponies" [1927]
"Galloping Fury" [1927]

"The Rawhide Kid" [1928]
"A Trick of Hearts" [1928]
"The Flyin' Cowboy" [1928]
"The Wild West Show" [1928]
"Riding For Fame" [1928]
"Hollywood or Bust" [1928] (Short)
"Clearing The Trail" [1928]
"Burning The Wind" [1928]
"The Danger Rider" [1928]

"King of The Rodeo" [1929]
"Smilin' Guns" [1929]
"The Lariat Kid" [1929]
"The Winged Horseman" [1929]
"Points West" [1929]
"The Long, Long Trail" [1929]
"Courtin' Wildcats" [1929]

"The Mounted Stranger" sound feature
[Universal/Gibson Feb 1930]
glass slide for 'The Mounted Stranger' Western movie starring Hoot Gibson  A young boy witnesses the murder of his father, and some years later seeks revenge; remake of Gibson's 1924 silent film. Produced by & starring Hoot Gibson; adapted & directed by Arthur Rosson; based on the 1919 novel "The Ridin' Kid From Powder River" by Henry H. Knibbs; also starring Buddy Hunter, Milton Brown, Fred Burns, Jim Corey, Francis Ford, Walter Patterson, Francelia Billington & Louise Lorraine
video/DVD not available; full credits from IMDb

"Trailin' Trouble" [Universal/Gibson March 1930]
photo from 1930 Western movie "Trailin' Trouble" starring Hoot Gibson & Olive Young  When a cowboy takes a herd of horses to Kansas City, his rival for the boss's daughter sets him up by having a Chinese girl steal the money pouch. NOTE: This is not the same plot as the Ken Maynard movie "Trailing Trouble" [1937], also directed by Arthur Rosson. Produced by & starring Hoot Gibson; directed by Arthur Rosson; based on Rosson's novel "Hand 'Em Over", adapted by Harold Tarshis; also starring Olive Young, Margaret Quimby, William McCall, Pete Morrison & Bob Perry
video/DVD not available; full credits from IMDb

"Roaring Ranch" [1930]
"Trigger Tricks" [1930]

"Spurs" [Universal/Gibson Aug 1930]
'Spurs' Western movie poster starring Hoot Gibson  When a cowboy captures the halfbreed accused of killing a rancher, he learns that the real killer is the foreman of the cowboy's ranch, who is in cahoots with the local bandit gang. Produced by & starring Hoot Gibson; written & directed by B. Reeves Eason; also starring Helen Wright, Robert Homans, Philo McCullough, C.E. Anderson, Buddy Hunter, Gilbert Holmes & William Bertram
video/DVD not available; full credits from IMDb

"The Concentratin' Kid" [1930]

"Clearing The Range" [Allied Pictures April 1931]
poster for 1931 'Clearing The Range' Western movie starring Hoot Gibson  An embezzler kills the president of the bank and takes over his job; the dead man's brother arrives pretending to be a lazy coward, and secretly rides disguised as Mexican bandit 'El Capitan' to harass the banker's criminal operation. Directed by Otto Brower; starring Hoot Gibson, Sally Eilers, Hooper Atchley, George Mendoza, Robert Homans, Eva Grippon, Maston Williams, Edward Peil Sr., Jack Byron & Edward Hearn
Alpha Home Video b&w DVD [11/2009] for $5.98
also available on several Western Movies box sets
full credits from IMDb • movie entry at Wikipedia
art poster available in three sizes at AllPosters.com

"Wild Horse" aka 'Silver Devil'
[Allied Pictures Aug 1931, Astor Pictures 1946]
Wild Horse 1931 Western movie starring Hoot Gibson   77-minute Western feature film; Jim and Skeeter capture a wild 'devil horse' that nobody can ride; while Jim is away, Gil kills Skeeter and takes the horse; the Sheriff then arrests Jim for the murder of his friend. But unknown to them, an outlaw witnessed the killing . . . Directed by Sidney Algier & Richard Thorpe; based on a story by Peter B. Kyne; starring Hoot Gibson, Alberta Vaughn, Neal Hart, Edmund Cobb, George Bunny, Edward Peil Sr., 'Skeeter' Bill Robbins, Joe Rickson, Fred Gilman & Stepin Fetchit
Alpha Home Video b&w DVD [11/2002] for $5.49
Timeless Multimedia b&w VHS [2/96] for $16.00
Madacy Ent. b&w VHS [10/95] out of prodn/used
full credits from IMDb

"Hard Hombre" [studio mo 1931]
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http://us.imdb.com/ra/us/a/6302815789 = VHS http://us.imdb.com/ra/us/a/6304014341 = VHS
full credits from IMDb

"The Local Bad Man" [studio mo 1932]
http://us.imdb.com/ra/us/a/630401435X = VHS http://us.imdb.com/ra/us/a/B00000G0JX = VHS
full credits from IMDb

"The Gay Buckaroo" [studio mo 1932]

"Spirit of The West" [studio mo 1932]
http://us.imdb.com/ra/us/a/B00000FAT5 = VHS http://us.imdb.com/ra/us/a/B000056AWB = VHS
full credits from IMDb

"A Man's Land" [studio mo 1932]
http://us.imdb.com/ra/us/a/B00005ALRH = VHS
full credits from IMDb

"The Boiling Point" [studio mo 1932]
http://us.imdb.com/ra/us/a/B00000FCP7 = VHS + dHGboilingpoint-frontierjustice.jpg
full credits from IMDb

"Cowboy Counsellor" [studio mo 1932]
http://us.imdb.com/ra/us/a/B000054OUZ = VHS
full credits from IMDb

"The Dude Bandit" [studio mo 1933]
http://us.imdb.com/ra/us/a/B000054OVY = VHS
full credits from IMDb

"The Fighting Parson" [studio mo 1933]

"Sunset Range" [studio mo 1935]
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"Rainbow's End" [studio July 1935]
http://us.imdb.com/ra/us/a/B000056ATX = VHS
full credits from IMDb

"Powdersmoke Range" [Sept 1935]

"Frontier Justice" [studio Oct 1935]
dHGboilingpoint-frontierjustice.jpg
full credits from IMDb

"Swifty" [studio Dec 1935]
http://us.imdb.com/ra/us/a/B000056AWZ = VHS
full credits from IMDb

"Lucky Terror" [studio mo 1936]
http://us.imdb.com/ra/us/a/B00000FAT6 = VHS http://us.imdb.com/ra/us/a/B00005BCNU = VHS
full credits from IMDb

"Feud of The West" [studio mo 1936]
http://us.imdb.com/ra/us/a/B0000558M3 = VHS
full credits from IMDb

"The Last Outlaw" [studio mo 1936]
http://us.imdb.com/ra/us/a/6303060196 = VHS
full credits from IMDb

"The Riding Avenger" [studio mo 1936]
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"Cavalcade of The West" [Diversion/Grand National Pictures Oct 1936]
Cavalcade of The West 1936 Western movie starring Hoot Gibson  Filmed in Southern California; a California-bound wagon train is attacked by bandits; one brother is captured and raised as an outlaw, the other escapes with his mother & sister to Missouri and grows up to become a crack rider for the Pony Express mail service; when next they meet, one brother is robbing the other of the mail . . . Directed by Harry L. Fraser; written by Norman Houston; starring Hoot Gibson, Rex Lease, Marion Shilling, Adam Goodman, Nina Guilbert, Earl Dwire, Phil Dunham, Robert McKenzie & Steve Clark
Alpha Home Ent. Double Feature b&w DVD [9/2011] for $7.98 with "Swifty" [1935]
A.F.A. Ent. b&w DVD [2/2010] for $14.95
V.C.I./F.F.I. b&w VHS [3/2001] for $9.49
full credits at IMDb • movie entry at Wikipedia

"The Painted Stallion" 12-chapter serial [Republic Pictures June 1937]
'The Painted Stallion' 1937 12-chapter serial  New Mexico, circa 1820: A federal agent is assigned to draw up a trade agreement with the newly-installed Mexican governor in Santa Fe, while a trader leads a wagon train from Missouri, hoping to take advantage of the new agreement; the villainous ex-governor schemes to undermine the treaty and take over the New Mexico territory for his own vile purposes, but an Indian princess gets in his way. Chapter titles: 1. Trail to Empire; 2. The Rider of The Stallion; 3. The Death Leap; 4. Avalanche; 5. Volley of Death; 6. Thundering Wheels; 7. Trail Treachery; 8. The Whistling Arrow; 9. The Fatal Message; 10. Ambush; 11. Tunnel of Terror; and 12. Human Targets Directed by Alan James, Ray Taylor & William Witney; written by Morgan Cox, Ronald Davidson, Winston Miller & Barry Shipman; starring Ray 'Crash' Corrigan, Hoot Gibson, LeRoy Mason {as the villain}, Duncan Renaldo, Sammy McKim {as 'Kit' Carson}, Hal Taliaferro {as Jim Bowie}, Jack Perrin {as Davy Crockett}, Ed 'Oscar' Platt, Lou Fulton, Jean Carmen, Yakima Canutt, Maston Williams, Duke Taylor, Loren Riebe, George DeNormand, Gordon De Main, Charles King, Vinegar Roan & Chief John Big Tree
212-minute Republic/Alpha Video b&w DVD [12/2005] for $5.98
212-minute Miracle Pictures b&w DVD [2/2002] for $10.00
201-minute Madacy Records b&w DVD [5/2003] 2 disks - out of prodn/used
212-minute Republic Pictures b&w VHS [5/95] 2 tapes for $4.95
212-minute Republic/Madacy b&w VHS [6/98] 4 tapes for $7.60
serial credits from IMDb • serial/movie entry at Wikipedia

"The Painted Stallion" feature film [Republic Pictures Feb 1938]
'The Painted Stallion' 1938 feature film  67-minute feature film for foreign release, edited down
from the 212-minute 12-chapter serial

Alpha Video b&w DVD [3/2014] for $5.98
V.C.I. Video b&w DVD [5/2004] out of prodn/used
feature credits from IMDb • serial/movie entry at Wikipedia

"Wild Horse Stampede" [studio mo 1943]
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0036537/ pWildHorseStampede.jpg

"The Law Rides Again" [studio mo 1943]
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"Blazing Guns" [studio mo 1943]
"Death Valley Rangers" [studio mo 1943]

"Westward Bound" [studio mo 1944]
"Arizona Whirlwind" [studio mo 1944]
"Outlaw Trail" [studio mo 1944]
"Sonora Stagecoach" [studio mo 1944]

"Marked Trails" [studio mo 1944]
dMarkedTrails.jpg
full credits from IMDb

"The Utah Kid" [studio mo 1944]
"Trigger Law" [studio mo 1944]

"Flight To Nowhere" [studio mo 1946]
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"The Marshal's Daughter" [1953] as her father

"The Cowboy" [1955] episode of "I Married Joan" TV series

"The Horse Soldiers" [studio mo 1959] with John Wayne
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"Ocean's Eleven" [studio mo 1960]
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11"x14" poster available for $12.99 at AllPosters.com
full credits from IMDb


Other  Works  By/About  Hoot Gibson

"Hoot Gibson's Favorite Cowboy Songs" [1935] by Hoot Gibson

1955? appearance/s on Groucho's "You Bet Your Life" TV show

Ride The Wild Trail novel by Richard Jensen  "Ride The Wild Trail" [2002 novel]
by Richard Jensen

Obsolete silent film cowboys Tom Mix & Hoot Gibson set out with aging lawman Wyatt Earp on one last wild ride through the rapidly disappearing Old West.
Writers Club Press 8¾x6 pb [8/2002] for $12.95

Image  Gallery

cowboy star Hoot Gibson at age 70 (wearing hospital robe at the Motion Picture Home in Woodland Hills)          postcard mailed from Hoot Gibson's D4C Ranch resort at Spring Mountain near Las Vegas, Nevada - circa 1940s          cover of Hoot Gibson comic book

Family  &  Friends
Edmund Richard 'Hoot' Gibson was born in 1892 in Tekamah, Nebraska; he died in Woodland Hills, California in August 1962, at age 70.

first wife actress & stuntwoman {Rose August Wenger} 'Helen' Gibson - Queen of The Serials [1892-1977], married 1913-20
IMDb listing, 1914-72 • Wikipedia

Helen Gibson, Silent Serial Queen on DVD  "Helen Gibson: Silent Serial Queen" on DVD [2012]
featuring 'Fearless Helen' in three chapters of the "Hazards of Helen" serial
[Kalem 1915-16] and three two-reel Western railroad dramas [Capital Film
Co. 1920]; music composed & performed by Frederick Hodges

Bitterroot Mountain Publng DVD [2012] for $16.99
Lights, Camera, Action - Helen Gibson biography by Larry Telles  "Lights, Camera, Action: Helen Gibson - The Silent Serial Queen Who
Became Hollywood's First Professional Stuntwoman" [2013]
by Larry Telles, Foreword by Robert S. Birchard

Bitterroot Mountain Publng 11x8¼ pb [12/2013] for $15.29

second wife Helen Johnson Gibson [], married 1922–30
third wife Sally Eilers Gibson [], married 1930–33
fourth wife Dorothea Dunstan Gibson [], married 1942, widowed 1962

Hoot Gibson's horses were Starlight & Goldie

owned the D4C {'divorce'} Ranch [circa 1940s] at Spring Mountain near Las Vegas, Nevada

L i n k s
Hoot Gibson entry at Wikipedia
Hoot Gibson credits [1910-60] at Internet Movie Database
browse Hoot Gibson DVDs at Amazon
Hoot Gibson fansite at The Old Corral
Hoot Gibson photo gallery at Silent Gents fansite
Shari's 2008 blog entry about Hoot Gibson in Mexico and Nevada


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