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All of My Heroes Are Cowboys Trivia Challenge

Choose an answer from the four choices offered after each question and then "Check Your Answers" at the end of the quiz.

As I write this, the inspiration comes from my Ivan Jesse Curtis' "All of My Heroes Are Cowboys" signed 1830/2000.

Ivan Jesse Curtis - All of My Hero's Are Cowboys1. Tom Mix
What was Tom Mix's last film?

  1. The Lawless Range
  2. The New Frontier
  3. Powdersmoke Range
  4. The Miracle Rider

2. John Wayne
In several films, John Wayne called people this name, what was it?

  1. Stranger
  2. Good Heart
  3. Pilgrim
  4. Lost Boy

3. Buck Jones
Buck Jones died in a tragedy. 
was it?

  1. Pearl Harbor, Hawaii December 7, 1941
  2. Boston, Massachusetts, Cocoanut Grove Night Club Fire November 28, 1942
  3. North Africa Invasion 1942 as an army officer
  4. Manila, Philippines during the Japanese invasion

4. Tim Holt
In 1948, Tim Holt stars with his father, Jack Holt, in what movie?

  1. The Lawless Bunch
  2. Black Bart
  3. Wyoming
  4. Arizona Rangers

5. Bob Steele
In the late 1960s, Bob Steele was a regular on what TV series?

  1. F Troop
  2. The Addams Family
  3. Gunsmoke
  4. The Big Valley

6. Hoot Gibson
What 1959 film did Hoot Gibson have a part?

  1. The Jayhawkers
  2. Escort West
  3. The Horse Soldiers
  4. The Hanging Tree

7. Gene Autry
After he left Republic and went to Columbia Pictures, Gene billed himself as this?

  1. King of the Cowboys
  2. King of the Westerns
  3. Public Cowboy #1
  4. America's Favorite Cowboy

8. Roy Rogers
What year did Roy Rogers marry his leading lady Dale Evans?

  1. 1945
  2. 1946
  3. 1947
  4. 1948

9. Tex Ritter
With many years as a featured Western actor, it was his haunting singing voice that helps build the tension in this 1952 Western. 
What was the 1952 Western?

  1. The Half-Breed
  2. Kangaroo
  3. Hellgate
  4. High Noon

10. Lash LaRue
When Al "Lash" LaRue rode the silver screen, he used an unusual weapon, what was it?

  1. Sawed Off Shotgun
  2. Bullwhip
  3. Rawhide Rope
  4. Sawed Off Winchester

11. Ken Maynard
Ken Maynard, Bob Steele and Hoot Gibson star in a trio western series under what name?

  1. The Three Amigos
  2. The Three Mesquiteers
  3. The Trail Blazers
  4. The Range Riders

12. Duncan "the Cisco Kid" Renaldo
In 1945, Renaldo first plays The Cisco Kid.
What was the movie's title?

  1. The Cisco Kid Returns
  2. The Cisco Kid in Old New Mexico
  3. South of the Rio Grande
  4. Valiant Hombre

13. James Stewart
"Oh, I think I'll stick around. Y'know, I had a friend once used to collect postage stamps. He always said the one good thing about a postage stamp: it always sticks to one thing 'til it gets there, y'know? I'm sorta like that too." 
This is a Jimmy Stewart line from what Western?

  1. Bend of the River
  2. The Man from Laramie
  3. Broken Arrow
  4. Destry Rides Again

14. William (Hopalong Cassidy) Boyd
What is the last movie Boyd appeared as Hopalong Cassidy?

  1. Sinister Journey
  2. Borrowed Trouble
  3. Strange Gamble
  4. The Greatest Show on Earth

15. Ray "Crash" Corrigan
In 1937, Corrigan purchased land in Simi Valley.
What did he plan for the property?

  1. To build a large orange orchard
  2. With the possibility of a war, he thought it might make a fine aircraft manufacturing site
  3. Make a film production location site known as Corriganville
  4. A large onion field

16. Wild Bill Elliott
His first starring role was in 1938. 
What is the name of the film?

  1. Way Down Arizona Way
  2. River in Arizona
  3. My Arizona Ranch
  4. In Early Arizona

17. Gary Cooper
During his film career, Gary Cooper won two Best Actor Oscars. 
The first is Sergeant York and what was the other?

  1. Mr. Deeds Goes to Washington
  2. The Pride of the Yankees
  3. For Whom the Bells Tolls
  4. High Noon

18. Joel McCrea
In 1937, Joel McCrea has the leading role in his first bona fide Western. 
What is the movie?

  1. Wells Fargo
  2. Union Pacific
  3. Santa Fe Railroad
  4. Union Pacific

19. Randolph Scott
During the 1930s, he roomed with a famous actor in a beach house known as the Bachelor Hall. 
Who was this actor?

  1. Fred Astire
  2. Harry Brown
  3. Archibald Leach
  4. Cary Grant

20. Clayton "Lone Ranger" Moore
According to Clayton Moore, his favorite character he played on the "Lone Ranger."

  1. The Ol' Prospector
  2. The Carnival Man
  3. John Reid
  4. Mr. Duff, Ranch Owner

21. Col. Tim McCoy
In 1923, he came to Hollywood as liaison: Indians for what movie?

  1. The Thundering Herd
  2. The Law of the Range
  3. Sioux Blood
  4. The Covered Wagon

22. Johnny Mack Brown
Johnny was an All-American running back for what university?

  1. University of Southern California
  2. University of Washington
  3. University of Texas
  4. University of Alabama

All of My Heroes Are Cowboys [Answers]

1) D. 2) C. 3) B. 4) D. 5) A. 6) C. 7) C. 8) C. 9) D. 10) B. 11) C. 12) A. 13) D. 14) D. 15) C. 16) D. 17) D.
18) A. 19) C. or D. 20) A. 21) D. 22) D.

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