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All of My Heroes Are Cowboys - More 

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

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

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

  • The Cisco Kid Returns
  • The Cisco Kid in Old New Mexico
  • South of the Rio Grande
  • Valiant Hombre

2. 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?

  • Bend of the River
  • The Man from Laramie
  • Broken Arrow
  • Destry Rides Again

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

  • Sinister Journey
  • Borrowed Trouble
  • Strange Gamble
  • The Greatest Show on Earth

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

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

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

  • Way Down Arizona Way
  • River in Arizona
  • My Arizona Ranch
  • In Early Arizona

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

  • Mr. Deeds Goes to Washington
  • The Pride of the Yankees
  • For Whom the Bells Tolls
  • High Noon

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

  • Wells Fargo
  • Union Pacific
  • Santa Fe Railroad
  • Union Pacific

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

  • Fred Astire
  • Harry Brown
  • Archibald Leach
  • Cary Grant

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

  • The Ol' Prospector
  • The Carnival Man
  • John Reid
  • Mr. Duff, Ranch Owner

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

  • The Thundering Herd
  • The Law of the Range
  • Sioux Blood
  • The Covered Wagon

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

  • University of Southern California
  • University of Washington
  • University of Texas
  • University of Alabama

Check Your Answers

All of My Heroes' Are Cowboys - More [Answers]

  1. The Cisco Kid Returns
  2. Destry Rides Again
  3. The Greatest Show on Earth
  4. Make a film production location site known as Corriganville
  5. In Early Arizona
  6. High Noon
  7. Wells Fargo
  8. Archibald Leach (Cary Grant's real name) or - Cary Grant
  9. he Ol' Prospector
  10. The Covered Wagon
  11. University of Alabama 

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