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Buck Jones Overview:

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:

Marshal Sandy Hopkins: Say he wasn't doin' much singin'. Who was that lily?


Marshal Sandy Hopkins: There I was sittin' in my hotel in Texas, just about to get hitched to the prettiest widow you ever set your eyes on when I got that fool message of yours to meet you're here in Mesa City.


'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?


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Profiled in "Back in the Saddle: Essays on Western Film and Television Actors", Gary Yoggy, ed. (McFarland, 1998).

In 1928 he formed his own production company but the stock market crashed the following year and took him for everything. In response, he formed his own 'Wild West' show performing on his white steed Silver. His wife, Odille Osborne, rode her own horse "Bumper" and their 11-year-old daughter Maxine rode her little pony. The tour was also a failure, and he returned to the movies after being off screen for over a year.

He gave permission for his name to be used in a comic book series that was later taken over by the Dell Publishing House. The series ran roughly until 1953 and was a needed source of revenue for his wife Odille.

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