Tim McCoy Western Movies to Watch Free

Tim McCoy Western Movies to Watch Free.
Timothy John Fitzgerald “Tim” McCoy (April 10, 1891 – January 29, 1978) was an American actor, military officer, and expert on American Indian life and customs. Born the son of an Irish Union Civil War soldier who later became police chief in Saginaw, he became a major film star most noted for his roles in Western films. He was so popular with youngsters as a cowboy star that he appeared on the cover of Wheaties cereal boxes. He attended St. Ignatius College in Chicago and after seeing a wild west show there, left school and found work on a ranch in Wyoming. He became an expert horseman and roper and developed a knowledge of the ways and languages of the American Indian tribes in the area. He competed in numerous rodeos, then enlisted in the United States Army when America entered World War I. McCoy was a decorated soldier in the United States Army during World War I (although not in combat or overseas) and again in World War II in Europe, rising to the rank of colonel with the Army Air Corps and Army Air Forces.

He also served the state of Wyoming as its adjutant general between the wars with the brevet rank of brigadier general. At 28, he was one of the youngest brigadier generals in the history of the U.S. Army. McCoy was a renowned expert in Indian sign language and was named “High Eagle” by the Arapaho tribe of the Wind River reservation.
In 1922, he was asked by the head of Famous Players-Lasky, Jesse L. Lasky, to provide American Indian extras for the Western extravaganza, The Covered Wagon (1923). He brought hundreds of “his” Indians to the Utah location and served as technical advisor on the film. After the filming was completed, McCoy was asked to bring a much smaller group of Indians to Hollywood, for a stage presentation preceding each showing of the film. McCoy’s stage show was very popular, running eight months in Hollywood and several more months in London and Paris.


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McCoy returned to his Wyoming ranch, but Irving Thalberg of MGM soon signed him to a contract to star in a series of outdoor adventures and McCoy rose to stardom. His first MGM feature was War Paint (1926), featuring epic scenes of the Wind River Indians on horseback, staged by McCoy and director Woody Van Dyke. (Footage from War Paint was reused in many low-budget westerns, well into the 1950s.) War Paint set the tone for future McCoy westerns, in that Indians were always portrayed sympathetically, and never as bloodthirsty savages. One notable McCoy feature for MGM was The Law of the Range (1928), in which he starred with Joan Crawford. McCoy on horse in Gun Code, 1940
The coming of talking pictures, and the temporary inability to record sound outdoors, resulted in MGM terminating its Tim McCoy series and McCoy returning once more to his ranch. In 1929 he was summoned back to Hollywood personally by Carl Laemmle of Universal Pictures, who insisted that McCoy would star in the first talking western serial, The Indians Are Coming. The serial was very successful, and McCoy worked steadily in movies until 1936, when he left Hollywood, first to tour with the Ringling Brothers Circus and then with his own “wild west” show. The show was not a success and is reported to have lost $300,000, of which $100,000 was McCoy’s own money. It folded in Washington, D.C. and the cowboy performers were each given $5 and McCoy’s thanks. The Indians on the show were returned to their respective reservations by the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
McCoy was available for pictures again in 1938, and low-budget producers (including Maurice Conn and Sam Katzman) engaged him at his standard salary of $4000 weekly, for eight films a year. In 1941 Buck Jones recruited McCoy to co-star in “The Rough Riders” series, alongside Jones and Raymond Hatton. The eight films, released by Monogram Pictures, were very popular, and might have continued but McCoy declined to renew his contract, opting to pursue other interests.
McCoy hosted a KTLA television show in Los Angeles in 1952, called “The Tim McCoy Show”, for children on weekday afternoons and Saturdays, in which he provided authentic history lessons on the Old West and showed his old western movies. His co-host was the actor Iron Eyes Cody who, while of Italian lineage, played an American Indian both on and off screen.

Acting credits
1965 Requiem for a Gunfighter
Judge Irving Short
1957 Run of the Arrow
Gen. Allen (as Colonel Tim McCoy)
1956 Around the World in Eighty Days
U.S. Cavalry Colonel (as Col. Tim McCoy)
1955 Indian Agent (TV Movie)
Bill Carson
1942 West of the Law
Marshal Tim McCall
1942 Riders of the West
Marshal Tim McCall
1942 Down Texas Way
U. S. Marshal Tim McCall
1942 Ghost Town Law
Marshal Tim McCall
1942 Below the Border
Marshal Tim McCall
1941 Forbidden Trails
Marshal Tim McCall posing as Ace Porter
1941 The Gunman from Bodie
Marshal Tim McCall
1941 Arizona Bound
Marshal Tim McCall / ‘Parson’ McCall
1941 The Texas Marshal
Marshal Trigger Tim Rand
1941 Outlaws of the Rio Grande
Marshal Tim Barton
1940 Riders of Black Mountain
Marshal Tim Donovan
1940 Arizona Gang Busters
Trigger Tim Rand
1940 Gun Code
Marshal Tim Hammond posing asTim Hays
1940 Frontier Crusader
Trigger Tim Rand
1940 Texas Renegades
‘Silent’ Tim Smith
1939 Trigger Fingers
‘Lightning’ Bill Carson
1939 The Fighting Renegade
Bill Carson posing as El Puma
1939 Straight Shooter
‘Lightning’ Bill Carson posing as Sam Brown
1939 Outlaws’ Paradise
Captain William Carson / Trigger Mallory
1939 Texas Wildcats
‘Lightning’ Bill Carson
1939 Code of the Cactus
‘Lightning’ Bill Carson posing as Miguel
1938 Six-Gun Trail
Captain William Carson
1938 Lightning Carson Rides Again
Lightning Bill Carson / Jose (as Colonel Tim McCoy)
1938 Phantom Ranger
Tim Hayes
1938 Two Gun Justice
1938 Code of the Rangers
Tim Strong
1938 West of Rainbow’s End
Tim Hart
1936 The Traitor
Sergeant Tim Vallance – Texas Rangers
1936 Ghost Patrol
Tim Caverly
1936 The Lion’s Den
Tim Barton
1936 Aces and Eights
‘Gentleman’ Tim Madigan
1936 Lightnin’ Bill Carson
Bill Carson
1936 Border Caballero
Tim Ross
1936 Roarin’ Guns
Tim Corwin
1935 Bulldog Courage
‘Slim Braddock’ / Tim Braddock
1935 The Man from Guntown
Tim Hanlon
1935 Riding Wild
Tim Malloy / Tex Ravelle
1935 The Outlaw Deputy
Tim Mallory
1935 Justice of the Range
Tim Condon
1935 Fighting Shadows
Constable Tim O’Hara
1935 The Revenge Rider
Tim O’Neil
1935 Law Beyond the Range
Tim McDonald
1935 Square Shooter
Tim Baxter
1934 The Westerner
Tim Addison
1934 Prescott Kid
Tim Hamlin
1934 Beyond the Law
Tim Weston
1934 A Man’s Game
Tim Bradley
1934 Hell Bent for Love
Police Captain Tim Daley
1934 Voice in the Night
Tim Dale
1934 Speed Wings
1933 Straightaway
Tim Dawson
1933 Hold the Press
Tim Collins
1933 Police Car 17
Tim Conlon
1933 Rusty Rides Alone
Tim Burke
1933 The Whirlwind
Tim Reynolds
1933 Silent Men
Tim Richards
1933 Man of Action
Tim Barlow
1932 End of the Trail
Captain Tim Travers
1932 The Western Code
Tim Barrett
1932 Fighting for Justice
Tim Keene
1932 Cornered
Sheriff Tim Laramie
1932 Daring Danger
Tim Madigan
1932 Two-Fisted Law
Tim Clark
1932 The Riding Tornado
Tim Torrant
1932 Texas Cyclone
‘Texas’ Grant
1932 The Fighting Fool
Sheriff Tim Collins
1931 The Fighting Marshal
Tim Benton
1931 Shotgun Pass
Tim Walker
1931 The One Way Trail
Tim Allen
1931 Heroes of the Flames
Bob Darrow
1930 The Indians Are Coming
Jack Manning
1929 The Desert Rider
Jed Tyler
1929 Sioux Blood
1929 A Night on the Range (Short)
1929 The Overland Telegraph
Captain Allen
1929 Morgan’s Last Raid
Capt. Daniel Clairbourne
1928 The Bushranger
1928 Beyond the Sierras
The Masked Stranger
1928 The Adventurer
Jim McClellan
1928 Riders of the Dark
Lt. Crane
1928 Wyoming
Lt. Jack Colton
1928 The Law of the Range
Jim Lockhart
1927 Spoilers of the West
Lieutenant Lang
1927 Foreign Devils
Capt. Robert Kelly
1927 The Frontiersman
John Dale
1927 California
Capt. Archibald Gillespie
1927 Winners of the Wilderness
Col. Sir Dennis O’Hara (as Colonel Tim McCoy)
1926 War Paint
Lt. Tim Marshall
1925 The Thundering Herd
Burn Hudnall (as Col. T.J. McCoy)

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