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I recognize many of them and put names on many I recognize. 

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I might  could too , Warden , if the picture was about 30" wide.:lol:

That guy in front with the tennis racquet is a little under-dressed.

Rex :D

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2 minutes ago, Rex M Rugers #6621 said:

I might  could too , Warden , if the picture was about 30" wide.:lol:

That guy in front with the tennis racquet is a little under-dressed.

Rex :D

 

I'm making that guy be Johnny Crawford off The Rifleman. Tramps to right,  Glen Ford,  maybe Alen Hale?  Third row left Pat Buttram,  Milbern Stone, Grizzly Adams.   Behind Grizzly Adams is Slim Pickens. Another 3 over is Ken Curtis. Over his shoulder is Lee Van Cleef. Clayton Moore the Lone Ranger. 

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Looks to me like someone was busy with there Photoshop program.

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Second row left,  Denver Pyle, next Iron Eyes Cody.  Above Slim Pickens looks to be Jey Silverheels.

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It's an old picture from a TV show.  Mostly character actors, although there were some starring actors.  Chuck Connors, John Russell, Glenn Ford, George Montgomery, Jack Kelly, John Hart (Lone Ranger) and a few others.

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I have the DVD, it's called "when the west was fun".

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WHEN THE WEST WAS FUN - Over 50 popular Hollywood actors and actress associated with big and small screen westerns were rounded up for this enjoyable ABC-TV special, Glenn Ford hosted the once-in-a lifetime sagebrush reunion, which aired on June 5, 1979 was sponsored by the Buick division of General Motors..

The biggest western star of all, John Wayne, was ailing and could not attend, but was given special mention by Glenn Ford during the program. The Duke died on June 11, six days after this program was telecast..

Roy Rogers and Dale Evans appeared on the show, but are not in this group picture. Gene Autry did not appear on the show.

 

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Front row: Dewey Martin, Johnny Crawford (in tennis clothes), Chuck Connors, Glen Ford, Alan Hale Jr., Henry Darrow, Larry Storch, Neville Brand, Second row: Denver Pyle, Iron Eyes Cody, Harry Lauter, Jeanette Nolan, Linda Cristal, John Ireland, Mark Slade, Joe Bowman, Fred Putnam, 3rd row: Pat Buttram, Milburn Stone, Dan Haggerty, Guy Madison, Rex Allen, John Bromfield, Keenan Wynn,Jackie Coogan, 4th row: X-Brands, Bill Williams, Michael Ansara, Slim Pickins, Dick Jones, Don Diamond, Ken Curtis, John Russell, Peter Brown, James Drury, 5th row: Red Cameron, Jock Mahoney, Jack Kelly, Tony Young, John McIntire, Ty Hardin, Lee Van Cleef, Will Hitchins, Terry Wilson, Clayton Moore, Doug McClure.

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Neville Brand and  johnny crawford ... Geeze... Ha ha

 

 

No James Garner either

 

 

 

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6 hours ago, Loophole LaRue, SASS #51438 said:

The list omits the fella to the right of Jackie Coogan - George Montgomery???

 

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Yes , and the curly-haired kid between Ty Hardin and Lee Van Cleef.

Rex :D

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Thanks for posting that.  It really brought back some chilhood memories.

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