Buck Jones Western Movies to Watch Free

Buck Jones Western Movies to Watch Free.
Buck Jones – Charles Frederick Gebhart was born on the outskirts of Vincennes, Indiana on December 12, 1891. (Some sources erroneously indicate December 4, 1889, but Jones’s marriage license and his military records confirm the 1891 date.)(December 12, 1891 – November 30, 1942) was an American motion picture star of the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s, known for his work starring in many popular western movies. In his early film appearances, he was billed as Charles Jones. In 1907, Jones joined the US Army a month after his sixteenth birthday: his mother had signed a consent

form that gave his age as eighteen. He was assigned to Troop G, 6th Cavalry Regiment, and was deployed to the Philippine islands in October, 1907, where he served in combat and was wounded during the Moro Rebellion. Upon his return to the U.S. in December, 1909, he was honorably discharged at Fort McDowell, California. Jones had an affection for racecars and the racing industry, and became close friends with early racecar driver Harry Stillman. Through his association with Stillman, he began working extensively as a test driver for the Marmon Motor Car Company. Yet by October 1910, he had re-enlisted in the US Army. Because he wanted to learn to fly, he requested a transfer to the Aeronautical Division, U.S. Signal Corps in 1913, without knowing that only an officer could become a pilot. He received his second honorable discharge from the Army in October 1913.


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Following his military service, he began working as a cowboy on the 101 Ranch near Bliss, Oklahoma. While attending equestrian shows he met Odille “Dell” Osborne, who rode horses professionally. The two became involved, and married in 1915. Both had very little money, so the producers of a Wild West Show they were working on at the time offered to allow them to marry in an actual show performance, in public, which they accepted.

While in Los Angeles, and with his wife pregnant, Jones decided to leave the cowboy life behind and get a job in the film industry. He was hired by Universal Pictures for $5 per day as a bit player and stuntman. He later worked for Canyon Pictures, then Fox Film Corporation, eventually earning $40 per week as a stuntman. With Fox his salary increased to $150 per week, and company executive William Fox decided to use him as a backup to Tom Mix. This led to his first starring role, The Last Straw, released in 1920. In 1925 Jones made three films with the then very young Carole Lombard. Jones had more than 160 film credits to his name, and by the 1920s, Jones joined Hoot Gibson, Tom Mix, and Ken Maynard as the top cowboy actors of the day. By 1928 he started his own company, but his independently produced film The Big Hop (a non-Western) failed. He then organized a touring Wild West show, with himself as a featured attraction, but this expensive venture also failed due to the faltering economy of late 1929.

With the new talking pictures replacing silent films as a national pastime, outdoor Westerns fell out of favor briefly. The major studios weren’t interested in hiring Buck Jones. He signed with then-humble Columbia Pictures, starring in Westerns for $300 a week, a fraction of his top salary in the silent-film days. His voice, a rugged baritone, recorded well and the films were very successful, re-establishing him as a major movie name. During the 1930s he starred in Western features and serials for Columbia and Universal Pictures.

His star waned in the late 1930s when singing cowboys became the rage and Jones, then in his late forties, was uncomfortably cast in conventional leading-man roles. He rejoined Columbia in the fall of 1940, starring in the serial White Eagle (an expansion of his 1932 feature of the same name). The new serial was a hit, and Jones was again reestablished. His final series of Western features, co-produced by Jones and his friend Scott R. Dunlap of Monogram Pictures, featured The Rough Riders trio: Buck Jones, Tim McCoy, and Raymond Hatton. Jones was also a consultant for Daisy, which issued a Daisy “Buck Jones” model pump action air rifle. Incorporating a compass and a “sundial” into the stock, it was one of Daisy’s top-end air rifles, and sold well for several years.
Buck Jones was one of the 492 victims of the 1942 Cocoanut Grove fire in Boston, Massachusetts. He died two days after the November 28 blaze. Legend holds that Jones’s fatal injuries were the result of his going back into the burning building to save victims.
Acting credits
1942 Dawn on the Great Divide
Buck Roberts
1942 West of the Law
Marshal Buck Roberts posing as Rocky Saunders
1942 Riders of the West
Marshal Buck Roberts
1942 Down Texas Way
U. S. Marshal Buck Roberts
1942 Ghost Town Law
Marshal Buck Roberts
1942 Below the Border
Marshal Buck Roberts posing as John Robbins
1941 Forbidden Trails
Marshal Buck Roberts
1941 The Gunman from Bodie
Marshal Buck Roberts, alias Bob ‘Bodie’ Bronson
1941 Arizona Bound
Marshal Buck Roberts
1941 Riders of Death Valley
1941 White Eagle
White Eagle
1940 Wagons Westward
Sheriff Jim McDaniels
1939 Unmarried
Slag Bailey
1938 California Frontier
Buck Pearson
1938 Law of the Texan
Sgt. Buck Weaver – Texas Rangers
1938 The Stranger from Arizona
Buck Weylan
1938 Screen Snapshots Series 17, No. 12 (Documentary short)
Buck Jones
1938 The Overland Express
Buck Dawson
1937 Headin’ East
Buck Benson
1937 Sudden Bill Dorn
Bill Dorn
1937 Boss of Lonely Valley
Steve Hanson
1937 Hollywood Round-Up
Buck Kennedy
1937 Law for Tombstone
Alamo Bowie
1937 Black Aces
Ted Ames
1937 Smoke Tree Range
Lee Cary
1937 Left-Handed Law
Alamo Bowie
1937 Sandflow
Buck Hallett
1936 Empty Saddles
Buck Devlin
1936 The Boss Rider of Gun Creek
Larry Day / Gary Elliott
1936 Ride ‘Em Cowboy
Jess Burns
1936 The Phantom Rider
Buck Grant
1936 The Cowboy and the Kid
Steve Davis
1936 For the Service
Buck O’Bryan
1936 Silver Spurs
Jim Fentriss
1936 Sunset of Power
Cliff Lea
1935 The Ivory-Handled Gun
Buck Ward
1935 The Throwback
Buck Saunders
1935 Outlawed Guns
Buck Rivers
1935 The Roaring West
Montana Larkin
1935 Border Brigands
Sergeant Buck Barry, RCMP
1935 Stone of Silver Creek
T. William Stone
1935 The Crimson Trail
Billy Carter
1934 When a Man Sees Red
Buck Benson
1934 Rocky Rhodes
Rocky Rhodes
1934 The Red Rider
‘Red’ Davidson
1934 The Man Trailer
Track Ames aka Dan Lane
1934 The Fighting Ranger
Jim Houston
1933 The Fighting Code
Ben Halliday
1933 Gordon of Ghost City
Buck Gordon
1933 Unknown Valley
Joe Gordon
1933 Thrill Hunter
Buck Crosby
1933 The California Trail
Santa Fe Stewart
1933 Treason
Jeff Connors, posing as Chet Dawson
1933 Child of Manhattan
Panama Kelley (as Charles ‘Buck’ Jones)
1932 Sundown Rider
Camp O’Neil
1932 Forbidden Trail
Tom Devlin
1932 White Eagle
White Eagle
1932 McKenna of the Mounted
Sergeant Tom McKenna
1932 Hello Trouble
Jeff Douglas
1932 High Speed
Bill Toomey
1932 South of the Rio Grande
Sergeant Carlos Olivarez
1932 One Man Law
Brand Thompson
1932 Ridin’ for Justice
Buck Randall
1931 The Deadline
Buck Donlin
1931 The Range Feud
Sheriff Buck Gordon
1931 Border Law
Jim Houston – Texas Ranger
1931 Branded
Cuthbert Chauncy Dale
1931 The Fighting Sheriff
Sheriff Bob Terry
1931 The Texas Ranger
Jim Logan – Texas Ranger
1931 The Avenger
Joaquin Murietta aka The Black Shadow (as Charles ‘Buck’ Jones)
1931 Desert Vengeance
Jim Cardew
1930 Screen Snapshots Series 10, No. 5 (Short)
Buck Jones
1930 The Dawn Trail
Sheriff Larry Williams
1930 Men Without Law
Buck Healy
1930 Shadow Ranch
Sim Baldwin
1930 The Lone Rider
Jim Lanning
1928 The Big Hop
Buck Bronson
1928 The Branded Sombrero
Starr Hallett
1927 Blood Will Tell
Buck Peters
1927/I Black Jack
Phil Dolan
1927 Chain Lightning
Steve Lannon
1927 Good As Gold
Buck Brady
1927 Hills of Peril
Laramie (as Charles ‘Buck’ Jones)
1927 Whispering Sage
Buck Kildare
1927 The War Horse
Buck Thomas
1926 Desert Valley
1926 30 Below Zero
Don Hathaway Jr.
1926 The Flying Horseman
Mark Winton
1926 The Gentle Cyclone
Absolem Wales
1926 A Man Four-Square
Craig Norton
1926 The Fighting Buckaroo
Larry Crawford
1926 The Cowboy and the Countess
Jerry Whipple
1925 The Desert’s Price
Wils McCann
1925 Lazybones
Steve Tuttle, aka Lazybones (as Charles ‘Buck’ Jones)
1925 Durand of the Bad Lands
Dick Durand
1925 Timber Wolf
Bruce Standing
1925 Hearts and Spurs
Hal Emory
1925 Gold and the Girl
Dan Prentiss
1925 The Trail Rider
Tex Hartwell
1925 Dick Turpin
Crowd Extra (uncredited)
1925 The Arizona Romeo
Tom Long
1924 The Man Who Played Square
Matt Black
1924 Winner Take All
Perry Blair
1924 The Desert Outlaw
Sam Langdon
1924 Against All Odds
Chick Newton
1924 Western Luck
Larry Campbell (as Charles Jones)
1924 The Circus Cowboy
Buck Saxon (as Charles Jones)
1924 The Vagabond Trail
Donnegan (as Charles Jones)
1924 Not a Drum Was Heard
Jack Mills (as Charles Jones)
1923 Cupid’s Fireman
Andy McGee (as Charles Jones)
1923 Big Dan
Dan O’Hara
1923 Hell’s Hole
Tod Musgrave (as Charles Jones)
1923 Second Hand Love
Andy Hanks (as Charles Jones)
1923 Skid-Proof
Jack Darwin (as Charles Jones)
1923 The Eleventh Hour
Brick McDonald (as Charles Jones)
1923 Snowdrift
Carter Brent (as Charles Jones)
1923 The Footlight Ranger
Bill Moreland (as Charles Jones)
1922 The Boss of Camp Four
Chet Fanning (as Charles Jones)
1922 Bells of San Juan
Roderick Norton (as Charles Jones)
1922 The Fast Mail
Stanley Carson (as Charles Jones)
1922 West of Chicago
Conroy Daly (as Charles Jones)
1922 Trooper O’Neill
Trooper O’Neill (as Charles Jones)
1922 Roughshod
‘Steel’ Brannon (as Charles Jones)
1922 Western Speed
Red Kane (as Charles Jones)
1922 Pardon My Nerve!
Racey Dawson (as Charles Jones)
1921 Riding with Death
‘Dynamite’ Steve Dorsey (as Charles ‘Buck’ Jones)
1921 Bar Nothing
Duke Smith
1921 To a Finish
Jim Blake
1921 Straight from the Shoulder
The Mediator
1921 Get Your Man
Jock MacTier
1921 The One-Man Trail
Tom Merrill
1921 The Big Punch
1920 Two Moons
Bill Blunt
1920 Just Pals
1920 Sunset Sprague
Sunset Sprague
1920 Firebrand Trevison
Firebrand Trevison
1920 Square Shooter
Chick Crandall
1920 The Spirit of Good
Minor Role (as Buck Gebhart)
1920 Forbidden Trails
Quinton ‘Squint’ Taylor
1920 The Last Straw
Tom Beck
1920 The Cyclone
Minor Role (as Buck Gebhart)
1919 The Feud
Minor Role (as Buck Gebhart)
1919 The Cowboy and the Rajah (Short)
1919 Cupid’s Roundup (Short) (unconfirmed)
1919 The Speed Maniac
Minor Role (as Buck Gebhart)
1919 Brother Bill (Short)
Roy Dexter
1919 Rough-Riding Romance (as Buck Gebhart)
1919 When Pals Fall Out (Short)
Bill (uncredited)
1919 The Wilderness Trail
Indian (as Buck Gebhart)
1919 Shackles of Fate (Short)
1919 The Puncher and the Pup (Short)
1919 The Coming of the Law
Henchman (as Buck Gebhart)
1919 The Uphill Climb (Short)
Rockcliffe Stone
1919 Pitfalls of a Big City
Minor Role (as Buck Gebhart)
1919 Vengeance and the Girl (Short)
1919 Fighting for Gold
Cowboy (as Buck Gebhart)
1919 The Sheriff’s Son
1919 Hell’s Fury Gordon (Short) (unconfirmed)
1919 The Two Doyles (Short)
Outlaw Henchman
1919 The Desert Rat (Short)
Standing Bear
1918 The Rainbow Trail
Cowboy (as Buck Gebhart)
1918 Riders of the Purple Sage
Cowboy (as Buck Gebhart)
1918 Selfish Yates
Member of the Posse (uncredited)
1918 True Blue
Cowboy (as Buck Gebhart)
1918 Western Blood
Cowboy (as Buck Gebhart)
1917 A Rough Shod Fighter
1914 The Outlaw Reforms (Short)
Bill (as Charles Gebhart)
1914 Life on the 101 Ranch, Bliss Oklahoma (Short)

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