Each year we round up artists who not only portray western legends on film but who are western legends themselves. Without these hard-working men and women our eyes never would have been opened to both the rugged and romantic side of the Wild West. The landscape of the West speaks to us, but these actors give it a voice. Something that sets our modern Legends apart from the characters they portray is that after the film director says “Cut!”, instead of riding off into the sunset, they continue to face the same challenges that many of us do. They have homes, families, infirmities, and many demands for their time.
Mackenna’s Gold, A Time for Killing, Rough Night in Jericho, El Dorado, Ride in the Whirlwind, The Shooting, Duel at Diablo, Arizona Raiders, Cheyenne Autumn, McLintock!, Death Valley Days, One Little Indian, True Grit, How the West Was Won, The Quick and the Dead, Bad Girls, The Shawshank Redemption
The acting career of Rudy Ramos has covered six decades and starting with an appearance on the television show, Ironside in 1969. Six months later he was cast as a series regular, playing the part of “Wind” the volatile half-breed Indian boy in the legendary television western The High Chaparral. His other films include Helter Skelter (1976), The Enforcer (1976), The Driver (1978), Defiance (1980), Beverly Hills Cop II (1987), Quicksilver (1986), Colors (1988), and Open House (1987).
Lonesome Dove, Monte Walsh, JAG, The Magnificent Seven, Columbo, The Big Easy, Crossfire Trail, Walker, Texas Ranger, Dallas, Dukes of Hazzard
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How the West Was Won, Bring ’em Back Alive, Gunsmoke, The Gambler, Scarecrow and Mrs. King, Babyon 5, Tron, Young Blades
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Joe “Hoppy” Sullivan
Joe “Hoppy” Sullivan is the “Official” Hopalong Cassidy “Look-a-Like” authorized by U.S. Television Office.
“Festus” look-alike from Gunsmoke
“Gabby Hayes” look-alike, King of the Sidekicks “Yur durn tootin’!”