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George Sowards

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A real life horse wrangler from Missouri, burly George Sowards claimed to have entered the film industry as a stunt man/stunt driver as early as 1911. Rarely, if ever, billed in the earliest years, Sowards played a few supporting roles in very inexpensive Westerns of the 1920s: one of the henchmen in Bill Patton's The Battlin' Kid (1921) and heroine Florence Gilbert's wayward brother in Jack Hoxie's Backfire (1922). More often than not merely a face in the crowd, an unnamed "dog heavy," or a stage driver with no dialogue, Sowards appeared in literally hundreds of sound Westerns as well, his screen career lasting well into the 1950s. A brother, Len Sowards (1895-1962), also appeared in Westerns.

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RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
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  • George
1935

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