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Buck Connors

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A writer and assistant director of Dot Farley comedy Westerns for the Albuquerque Film Mfg. Co. (1913-1914), white-haired, bearded Buck Connors (born George Connors) turned to acting full time in the 1920s and would appear opposite nearly every B-Western hero on the Hollywood range. Usually cast as crotchety old codgers, miners, or the heroine's much-beleaguered father, Connors' last credited performance came not in a B-Western but as one of the townsmen in William Wyler's taciturn The Westerner (1940).

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Shooting Straight
  • Actor
2012
No Score Yet Alias John Law
  • Bootch Collum
1935
No Score Yet No Man's Range
  • Fuzz
1935
No Score Yet Buffalo Stampede
  • Buffalo Hunter
1933
No Score Yet Hell's Heroes
  • Parson Jones
1930
No Score Yet Phantom Flyer
  • Actor
1928

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