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Actor, Buck Jones, was born Charles Frederick Gebhart on Dec 12, 1891 in Vincennes, IN. Jones died at the age of 51 on Nov 30, 1942 in Boston, MA .

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He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures.

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Buck Jones Quotes:

[Jim has been wounded in a gunfight]
Tonita: Are you shot, Jimmy?
Jim Houston, Texas Ranger: Only half shot, honey.


'Pegleg' Barnes: See that there limb?
[holds up his peg leg]
'Pegleg' Barnes: That comes from the tree where Sitting Bull used to sit.
Jim Houston, Texas Ranger: No!
'Pegleg' Barnes: Come by my barber shop and I'll give you everything from a haircut to a bath.
Jim Houston, Texas Ranger: Thanks, pardner. I'll take the haircut, but you can give him
[Thunder]
Jim Houston, Texas Ranger: the bath.
Thunder Rogers, Texas Ranger: Aw, I ain't dirty.
Jim Houston, Texas Ranger: I suppose that's sunburn, huh?


[last lines]
U. S. Marshal Buck Roberts: Tim, let's get out of here before he turns a hundred percent jackass and starts ballin'.
U. S. Marshal Tim McCall: I think you're right. I'm going back to Wyoming right now!
U. S. Marshal Buck Roberts: And me back to Arizona.
U. S. Marshal Tim McCall: So long, Rough Rider!
U. S. Marshal Buck Roberts: So long, Rough Rider!
U. S. Marshal Sandy Hopkins: So long, Rough Riders!


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Buck Jones Facts
Inducted into the Hall of Great Western Performers of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in 1973.

His body had been so badly burned in the Cocoanut Grove fire that skin from his fingers had been pulled off onto the fingerprint card sent to the Technical Section of the FBI's Identification Division. It took nearly 48 hours to identify the prints because so many fingers had to be searched in so many different places.

His mother, Mrs. Eva R. McCammon, died in an Indianapolis nursing home on October 29, 1954. She was 80 years old.

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