SIX-GUN JUSTICE PODCAST

SIX-GUN JUSTICE PODCAST EPISODE 14—SIDEKICKS

August 17, 2020 Paul Bishop & Richard Prosch Season 1 Episode 14
SIX-GUN JUSTICE PODCAST
SIX-GUN JUSTICE PODCAST EPISODE 14—SIDEKICKS
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SIX-GUN JUSTICE PODCAST
SIX-GUN JUSTICE PODCAST EPISODE 14—SIDEKICKS
Aug 17, 2020 Season 1 Episode 14
Paul Bishop & Richard Prosch

In this episode of the Six-Gun Justice Podcast, Paul and Rich posse up to track down the best of the rooting, tooting, fumbling, bumbling, high voiced, lazy-eyed, horse faced, Western sidekicks to ever ride the range in movies and on TV... 

03:09 — Rich reviews Rick O’ Shay, Hipshot, and Me by Stan Lynde

6:30 — Christmas comes in July for Paul with podcast stats and the story of Jim Baird’s Western TV and Movie Tie-In collection.

10:04 — A history of the trusty sidekick. 

15:40 — Tonto: the Wild One who friended the Lone Ranger

19:19 — Gene Autry’s pal, Frog, aka: Smiley Burnett

23:38 — Pat Brady takes the stage—and don’t forget Nelly Belle

25:30 —Chill Wills had a hot showbiz career, in more ways than one

28:35 — Andy Devine and Jack Elam: turning physical handicaps into valuable characteristics

32:00 — Slim Pickens: The Gabby Hayes of the ‘60s and ‘70s

34:06 — Pat Buttram steps in

36:19 — Ken Curtis: From Colorado to Hollywood’s Dodge City

38:20 — Leo Carillo’s California roots stretch far beyond the Cisco Kid

41:19 — Possibly the Most Famous Western sidekick of all time: Gabby Hayes

43:43 — Paul and Rich pay tribute to the four-legged co-stars

50:36 — Shoot-outs and Shout-outs

Pat Brady sings “Hot Lead” in Bells of San Angelo — https://youtu.be/Asw2nsIwnkQ

Thanks to sponsors, Wolfpack Publishing, Author Chris Enss, and the Western Writers of America. 

Thanks too to WWA’s Roundup magazine for helping us get the word out about the Six-Gun Justice Podcast

Support us at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sixgunjustice

Please drop us an email at: sixgunjusticewesterns@gmail.com

As ever, thanks to all our friends and listeners. 

Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=suROpN0f2hQhThddyTchkgR4CytqmFW705g1jNJV3rCDT8OLxSCXKbf8j0oyifmCvb3fAW&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)

Show Notes

In this episode of the Six-Gun Justice Podcast, Paul and Rich posse up to track down the best of the rooting, tooting, fumbling, bumbling, high voiced, lazy-eyed, horse faced, Western sidekicks to ever ride the range in movies and on TV... 

03:09 — Rich reviews Rick O’ Shay, Hipshot, and Me by Stan Lynde

6:30 — Christmas comes in July for Paul with podcast stats and the story of Jim Baird’s Western TV and Movie Tie-In collection.

10:04 — A history of the trusty sidekick. 

15:40 — Tonto: the Wild One who friended the Lone Ranger

19:19 — Gene Autry’s pal, Frog, aka: Smiley Burnett

23:38 — Pat Brady takes the stage—and don’t forget Nelly Belle

25:30 —Chill Wills had a hot showbiz career, in more ways than one

28:35 — Andy Devine and Jack Elam: turning physical handicaps into valuable characteristics

32:00 — Slim Pickens: The Gabby Hayes of the ‘60s and ‘70s

34:06 — Pat Buttram steps in

36:19 — Ken Curtis: From Colorado to Hollywood’s Dodge City

38:20 — Leo Carillo’s California roots stretch far beyond the Cisco Kid

41:19 — Possibly the Most Famous Western sidekick of all time: Gabby Hayes

43:43 — Paul and Rich pay tribute to the four-legged co-stars

50:36 — Shoot-outs and Shout-outs

Pat Brady sings “Hot Lead” in Bells of San Angelo — https://youtu.be/Asw2nsIwnkQ

Thanks to sponsors, Wolfpack Publishing, Author Chris Enss, and the Western Writers of America. 

Thanks too to WWA’s Roundup magazine for helping us get the word out about the Six-Gun Justice Podcast

Support us at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sixgunjustice

Please drop us an email at: sixgunjusticewesterns@gmail.com

As ever, thanks to all our friends and listeners. 

Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=suROpN0f2hQhThddyTchkgR4CytqmFW705g1jNJV3rCDT8OLxSCXKbf8j0oyifmCvb3fAW&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)