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B-Westerns Side Kicks

These are all well known Western actresses. I will give you some information and you pick the correct celebrity.  "Check Your Answers" at the end of the page.

Take 2 points for each right answer.  Maximum this page: 20 points!

Trivia powered by Prof. Walter1) I was born Ysabel Ponciana Paiz in 1893.  I made around 56 Westerns during my career.  I was Gordito and Pancho in the Cisco Kid series. 
Who Am I?

  1. Chris-Pin Martin

  2. Max Terhune

  3. Pat Buttram

2) I was born Louis Bert Lindley Jr. I was the screen pal to Republic singing cowboy Rex Allen in about a dozen films. I'm probably better remembered for his role in Blazing Saddles, as well as the Air Force pilot who 'rides the bomb' down in Dr. Strangelove
Who Am I?

  1. Chris-Pin Martin

  2. Slim Pickens

  3. Pat Brady

3) I was born in 1914 as Robert Patrick Aloysius O'Brady.  My career includes being a member of the Sons of the Pioneers singing group and became a sidekick to Rogers in his later films.  I made my mark as Roy and Dale's crazy helper (and driver of jeep Nelly Belle) in their 1950s TV show. I serve in WW2. In many movies my screen character was named 'Sparrow Biffle.' 
Who Am I?

  1. Pat Brady

  2. Al "Fuzzy" St. John

  3. George "Gabby" Hayes

4) I'm a native Californian, born there in 1893. Fatty Arbuckle was my uncle. In my early days I was a "Keystone Kop."  In the mid-1930's I hit the silver screen range. Many knew me as "Fuzzy Q. Jones."
Who Am I?

  1. Pat Brady

  2. Al "Fuzzy" St. John

  3. George "Gabby" Hayes

5) I was born in Wellsville, New York on May 7, 1885, and during my teen years, I joined some traveling shows. Burlesque and vaudeville work followed. I married Olive Ireland in 1914, and we would be together for over forty years, until Olive's death in 1957. We had no children, "yessiree Bob.'  Over my long film career I played with many big stars, like John Wayne. To my fans, I became "Windy" for my role with Hopalong Cassidy.
Who Am I?

  1. Chris-Pin Martin

  2. George "Gabby" Hayes

  3. Dub "Cannonball' Taylor

6) I was born February 12, 1891 in Amity, Indiana, and I spent most of my first thirty years in Indiana. In 1933, I married Maude Cassada in 1922. We had a daughter Doris Maxine in 1923, son Robert Max Jr. was born in 1928, and son Roltaire was born in 1930. During the 1920s, I worked at the Delco-Remy plant in Anderson, Indiana, where I played pitched for the baseball team in the evenings for the Remy team. I honed my ventriloquism skills. I became friends with Gene Autry and Smiley Burnette. Gene called me to Hollywood. I became "Lullaby' Joslin, one of the Three Mesquiteers, and I appeared in twenty-one consecutive sagebrush adventures.  
Who Am I?

  1. Slim Pickens

  2. Max Terhune

  3. Pat Buttram

7) I was born in Illinois on March 18, 1911, and my parents were ministers. In high school, I became interested in music, and after graduation from Astoria (Illinois) High School I went to work for a local radio station. I became a member of the National Barn Dance radio show, and went with Gene Autry to Hollywood, and that we made over 50 films together. I'm best remember as 'Frog Millhouse'? When Autry left for World War II service, I did sidekick duties with many Republic Picture stars. It was during these later years at Republic that I also became the "star" of my own series --- these were the initial oaters featuring newcomer Sunset Carson, but I got top billing. I ended my career appearing on the TV series Petticoat Junction.
Who Am I?

  1. Slim Pickens

  2. Max Terhune

  3. Lester Alvin "Smiley' Burnette

8) In 1892, I was born in Scotland. During the 1920s, I was part of the comedy stable at Mack Sennett's studio. In the 1930s, I made a bunch of two-reel shorts for Columbia. To Western fans, I'm best remembered as "California Carlson", the saddle pal of William "Hopalong Cassidy" Boyd. In the late 1940s, I was at Monogram as the sidekick to Whip Wilson, and was a regular cast member of early TV shows The Real McCoys and Lassie.  During my career, I played in 58 Westerns. 
Who Am I?

  1. Andy Clyde

  2. Pat Buttram

  3. Dub "Cannonball" Taylor

9) I was born Maxwell Emmett. I was Gene Autry's saddle pal during his later Columbia films as well as Gene's Melody Ranch radio program. During the 1930s, I was on the National Barn Dance. Among the other performers, I finally went to Hollywood. In later years, he portrayed Mr. Haney on TV's Green Acres.  I was also the founder of the Golden Boot Awards, which honors western film performers. 
Who Am I?

  1. Slim Pickens

  2. Pat Brady

  3. Pat Buttram

10) On February 26, 1907, I was born as Walter Clarence in Virginia.  While best remembered for my western films, however, I played the xylophone during the never-ending chaos in the screwball comedy, You Can't Take It With You (1938), which starred Jimmy Stewart and Jean Arthur. In later years, I was seen in a variety of A grade films, such as Bonnie And Clyde (1967) and The Wild Bunch (1969), as well as lots of TV (including The Andy Griffith Show, Little House On The Prairie and Gunsmoke.  My son became a well know TV star. I made about 72 Westerns. 
Who Am I?

  1. Andy Clyde

  2. Pat Buttram

  3. Dub "Cannonball" Taylor

B-Westerns Side Kicks
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