Tex Terry

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Hailing from Indiana despite his moniker, Tex Terry was one of those utilitarian B-Western performers who could play almost anything, from bearded henchmen or rustlers to solid townsmen to clean-cut cowboys. Genre expert Les Adams has clocked Terry's B-Western and serial appearances to 52 but he can be found lurking in the background of many a Grade-A budget oaters as well. Onscreen from at least 1940, Terry later added television to his curriculum vitae, appearing on such programs as The Gene Autry Show, Gunsmoke, and Have Gun Will Travel.

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Toughest Gun in Tombstone Stage Driver 1958
No Score Yet Timberjack Charley 1955
No Score Yet Jubilee Trail Penrose 1954
No Score Yet Pack Train Pete (uncredited) 1953
No Score Yet Colorado Sundown Lumberman 1952
No Score Yet The Old West Actor 1952
No Score Yet Twilight on the Rio Grande Joe 1947
No Score Yet Apache Rose Likens 1947
No Score Yet Wyoming Morrison 1947
No Score Yet Sioux City Sue Gulliver Henchman 1946
No Score Yet Alias Billy the Kid Buckskin 1946
No Score Yet Sunset in El Dorado Al 1945
No Score Yet Sunset in Wyoming Actor 1941
No Score Yet Boss of Bullion City Cowboy 1941
No Score Yet Rawhide Rangers Rancher (uncredited) 1941

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