Instantly recognizable to devotees of B-westerns of the 1940s, round-faced, cheery-looking Post Park (born B. Post Park) was almost always seen driving the stagecoach. Although rarely awarded lines, on the rare occasions that he actually spoke audiences were treated to a pleasant midwestern drawl. But more often than not, poor Post Park was silenced by some masked outlaw or other before he could utter a single word. Onscreen from the late '30s, Park appeared in nearly 70 Westerns and a dozen or so serials. He was the stagecoach driver once again in his final (credited) film, 1955's The Tall Saddle.