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Slim Andrews

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A tall and skinny one-man band, Slim Andrews was discovered by B-Western cowboy Tex Ritter, who secured the Arkansan a contract with Monogram in 1940 and made Andrews his comic sidekick in six musical Westerns for the company. Alone among sidekicks, Andrews had his own comic crony, an obstreperous mule named Josephine. Andrews remained close to Ritter even after their onscreen partnership ended, joining the $Tex Ritter and His Hollywood Revue touring show in 1948. He later hosted a local morning show on KMJ-TV of Fresno, CA, and, later still, became a frequent guest star of various B-Western memorabilia shows. Andrews was the father of John Andrews, an actor who played the Wolfman in the low-budget Orgy of the Dead (1965).

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Buffalo Bill in Tomahawk Territory
  • Cactus
1952
No Score Yet The Sombrero Kid
  • Panamint
1942
No Score Yet Cowboy Serenade
  • Pappy Vanderpyle
1942
No Score Yet The Lone Rider and the Bandit
  • Piano Player
1942
No Score Yet Ridin' the Cherokee Trail
  • Slim
1941
No Score Yet The Pioneers
  • Slim
1941
No Score Yet Take Me Back to Oklahoma
  • Slim Hunkapillar
1940

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