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JANUARY 2019      

The film going atmosphere counts too

For the youngsters on their way to the Saturday matinee to enjoy the next Tom Tyler western during the 1930’s, plus a cartoon or two, and a film serial chapter, did not mean the immediate surroundings had to be bland.

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A voice perfect for talkies: Tom Tyler in “West of Cheyenne”

Once Tom Tyler’s silent film career finally wound down by the end of 1930 – his last one being “Canyon of Missing Men” for Syndicate Pictures – he had to adjust to the brand-new invention known as synchronized sound film, better known as talkies in order to keep his career going.

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Tom Tyler and Lon Chaney Jr: The Perfect Match

The son of a very famous silent film actor – one better known as “The man of a thousand faces” - Lon Chaney Jr. usually is not the first name that comes to mind when discussing B-westerns of the 1930’s.

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