Buck Jones Filmography / Posters 1930 to 1940 Part 3

24 Sep


Time / Pozo Seco Singers

  Dear Western Movie Fans
I’ve been having a few problems with the blog. The main problem is that I make mistakes. Then I try to correct them – after the post has been posted. This then sends a new post out. Which I don’t wish to do most of the time unless the mistake is a big one. So I don’t know how to edit/correct the posts without that happening. I apologize. If you know the solution to that – which is likely very simple – I’ll be able correct things here without annoying you. Thank you kindly.
-Yours sincerely,
– My Favorite Westerns.

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Buck Jones Filmography / Posters 1930 to 1940
Part 3

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Buck continues his notable ride through the early 30’s. We see romance – the ladies becoming prominent
in Buck’s movies and posters. As a kid, I wasn’t interested in that ‘mushy stuff’, but there was still plenty of action to keep me around.

1932 Sundown Rider

1932 Sundown Rider

The Calfornia Trail 1932

The Calfornia Trail 1932

Unknown Valley 1932

Unknown Valley 1932

Gordon of Ghost City 1933

Gordon of Ghost City 1933

Unknown Valley 1933

Unknown Valley 1933

The Fighting Code 1933

The Fighting Code 1933

The Fighting Ranger 1933

The Fighting Ranger 1934

The Man Trailer 1934

The Man Trailer 1934

 

Rocky Rhodes 1934

Rocky Rhodes 1934

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Buck Jones and Silver 

Next:

Buck Jones Filmography / Posters 1930 to 1940 Part 4

 

2 Responses to “Buck Jones Filmography / Posters 1930 to 1940 Part 3”

  1. Marilyn Armstrong September 25, 2015 at 9:34 am #

    It’s a setting. Making a correction, unless you are changing the publication time, doesn’t generate a new post, just corrects the original. You probably have your settings set to send YOU a notification when you make a change to a post, but that notification doesn’t go out to your followers. Just you. I make changes and fix typos on already-published posts all the time and they are not reposted. The only way to do that is to change the time/date of posting, or actually copy it and repost it as a new post.

    • jcalberta September 30, 2015 at 8:55 am #

      Thank you so kindly for that. It’s been bothering me. I’ve tried a few things, but nothing worked …

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