Monte foils the attempted murder, but believing Lauter dead, Monte with the help of Sheriff Paul Hurst masquerades as Lauter to save the institution from bankruptcy. It runs 60 minutes, is directed by Philip Ford, and is in black. Hurst is Sheriff Jug Mason. Republic even put the Sons of the Pioneers in to back up Monte in his initial outing, but nothing could save this drab affair. The role was filled by Jim Bannon. The Motion Picture Herald and Boxoffice polls were conducted from about the mid 1930s through the mid 1950s.
The New York Times has the obituary on Cherie who passed away in 2010:. He said San Angelo sounded better for the screen. There were a number of other features in Monte's comic, including Gabby Hayes in issues 34 through 80 and 83 through 86. Monte is under orders to hook up with scout Jim Bridger in Oregon and blaze a trail to the new territory. Monte helps Danny by auditioning his horse but gets the job instead of Pardner. Monte's father is Herod Matthew Ely, born 1893 or 1894 in Texas.
Max Terhune and his dummy Elmer provide some comedy relief for Hale in this one film. Bobby Copeland notes that, according to Monte, he was born in Ada, Oklahoma. Banner had a thin face blaze that ended above the nostrils. The fight for oil in the West sets the frontier ablaze with action as outlaws lead by Stan Jolley raid ranchers for rights to the black gold! Shortly after that, he accompanied Wills on an interview with director George Stevens, who was casting his epic of modern Texas, Giant 1956. Comic Story The Bandits At the Bridge 4 pages Featuring Gabby Hayes Credits Pencils: Leonard Frank Inks: Leonard Frank Content Genre: Western-frontier Comic Story The Last Confederate 7 pages Featuring Monte Hale Credits Pencils: Jack Binder? All the Fawcett issues had gorgeous photo covers while the six from Charlton had crudely drawn covers with only a photo headshot of Monte in the corner of the cover. As if all this wasn't enough, Monte was added to the cast of Fawcett's Six-Gun Heroes starting with issue 18, the only issue to feature him on the cover.
Copyright ©1993 - 2018 Logos, artwork, trademarks, written materials and their variations are trademarked or copyrighted. Though not as well remembered today as such legends as Roy Rogers and Gene Autry, Hale was the first of the studio's cowboy stars to be photographed in color and developed a devoted following through his films, comic book portrayals and rodeo and other live appearances. For Questions the Mailing Address to send payment Pay us securely with any major credit card through PayPal! Within a year, he had moved into prominent roles in a pair of Carson's films, Bandits of the Badlands and Rough Riders of Cheyenne both 1945. He played in support of cowboy stars like Bill Elliott, Sunset Carson and Allan Lane while learning how to ride and fight on screen from legendary stuntman Yakima Canutt. The thieves are opposed by Robin Hood-like bandits robbing tax money from Bardette and turning the cash back over to area ranchers. It was one of the stable of western titles published by Fawcett Publications and had a healthy run through issue 82 dated June 1953.
Starting to sing and play the guitar at an early age, Monte started playing in cities of Texas as well in Vaudeville and local rodeo shows. The vicious Missourians gang led by Roy Barcroft in one of his best roles is on the dodge from the law. Hurst, as a down-at-the-heels lawyer who works with Monte's town marshal character, has a good dramatic turn in talking down a would-be lynch mob out to hang Barcroft's innocent brother. However, they were not truly guilty of all the crimes they were accused of committing. Arriving on the scene in the middle of a robbery, Hale discovers that one of the bandits John Alvin is the brother of his girlfriend Adrian Booth. . As with many of the other Fawcett titles, Monte's comic switched to the Charlton Comics Company beginning with 83 dated February 1955.
If you want more info, go to the Golden Boot Awards page on the Old Corral. Although made in Trucolor, no color prints apparently survive. Monte had three movies to go in 1950 before his series ended, but their scripts were all above average. Strong, involving story but a bit slow on the action content. The last issue was 88 dated January 1956. If you suspect that any of our content may be infringing copyright, then please use our to let us know.
Wakely made 28 westerns for Monogram Pictures between 1944 and 1949. All in all, it was a good movie for Monte to ride out on. As a result, Hale was promoted to leading man with Home on the Range 1946 , which also marked Republic's move into color pictures. It isn't Banner which had been earlier used by Don Barry and Allan Lane. By the time he was 18, he was playing and singing with Texas vaudeville shows and rodeos. Featuring Druggist Dugger Content Genre: Humor Comic Story The Beard Beauty Contest 4 pages Featuring Gabby Hayes Credits Pencils: Leonard Frank Inks: Leonard Frank Content Genre: Western-frontier Featuring Hitt and Runn Content Genre: Humor; Western-frontier Comic Story. The book likewise credits several desperados whose weekly dastardly deeds provided the good guys with someone to pursue.
These comics were giant 196 page comics selling for 50 cents each. Spouse was Helen Rosamond and his parents were Doc P. An obscure comic book from Lafayette Street Corp. White Director - William Witney Saloon owner uses Roy Barcroft. Silver is also on the covers of 68 and 81. Coincidentally, Moore and Hale are old friends that must now oppose one another. Monte Hale 1919 — 2009 was a Country singer and movie actor of B-Western films.
As a huge fan of old cowboy flicks, I regularly attended the Liberty and Tennessee theatres as a young boy. That led to some other small roles on television and the big screen. He keeps his brother from testifying against him by dangling their mother's locket --- a reminder that she is being held hostage --- in front of him and evincing a menacing squint that only Barcroft could accomplish. Yates, head of B-movie studio Republic Pictures. Monte Hale Western Comics began publication with 29, dated October 1948. All the above represents a spectacular success in comics. He was Republic's first B-western star to appear in color pictures, a year before even Roy Rogers began showing up in Trucolor productions.
Monte Hale as Pat Garrett and his friend, barber Paul Hurst, set things right. Reportedly, Monte was called in to do some comic cover photos one morning. They soon encounter a town in the iron grip of crooked Trevor Bardette, the federal commissioner for West Texas, who is systematically raising taxes to drive local ranchers off their land. Soon, Hale starred in his first major role in Home on the Range in 1946. More details about this comic may be available in their Disclaimer: If you have come to this site to find pirated or illegal material, you will be disappointed! His own title, Monte Hale Comics, debuted in 1948, with more than 50 issues appearing over the next five years before moving to Charlton Comics for the next five issues and two years.