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eBook Roy Barcroft, King of the Badmen ePub

by Bobby J. Copeland

  • ISBN: 0944019323
  • Category: Arts and Literature
  • Subcategory: Biography
  • Author: Bobby J. Copeland
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Empire Pub (January 5, 2000)
  • Pages: 168
  • ePub book: 1980 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1920 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 568

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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Roy Barcroft, King of the Badmen. Bobby Copeland has become a well-versed Western writer in recent years.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Roy Barcroft, King of the Badmen. His down-to-earth style appeals to most every Western fan. Other books include TRAIL TALK, B-WESTERN BOOT HILL, BILL ELLIOTT: THE PEACEABLE MAN, THE WHIP WILSON STORY, and THE BOB BAKER STORY.

Read by Bobby J. Copeland. A long-awaited book about this great character actor. In this book, you will learn all about the "King of the Badmen," Roy Barcroft.

Roy Barcroft, King of the Badmen. by Bobby J. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780944019320 (978-44019-32-0) Softcover, Empire Pub, 2000. Find signed collectible books: 'Roy Barcroft, King of the Badmen'.

In this book, you will learn all about the "King of the Badmen," Roy Barcroft. About the Author: Bobby Copeland has become a well-versed Western writer in recent years.

From 1954 to 1956, Barcroft appeared in different roles in eight episodes of the syndicated western series Annie Oakley, starring Gail Davis and Brad . Roy Barcroft, King of the Badmen by Bobby J. Copeland, Biography, ISBN 44019-32-3.

From 1954 to 1956, Barcroft appeared in different roles in eight episodes of the syndicated western series Annie Oakley, starring Gail Davis and Brad Johnson. He also played the bit role of the marshal in the 1955 film adaptation of Oklahoma!. On May 23, 1961, Barcroft played Doc Longley in the episode "Badge of the Outsider" on NBC's Laramie western series. Longley is an aging outlaw who wants to live his last years in peace in his hometown of Laramie, Wyoming. A gang member frames Longley for the murder of the deputy sheriff in Laramie.

"Roy Barcroft, King of the Badmen" by Bobby J. Copeland, Biography, ISBN 0944019323. In each film, the hefty actor usually sported a dark mustache and wore the typical dark hat of the bad guy. Virtually al. Westerns in Cinema.

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Finally... A long-awaited book about this great character actor. In this book, you will learn all about the "King of the Badmen," Roy Barcroft. Includes a detailed biography, information obtained from Barcroft's Social Security application and his death certificate, How he selected the name, "Roy Barcroft," letters and comments by Roy, Roy's fans speak out, complete filmography, and much, much more! Loaded with photos, many rare.

Comments

Browelali Browelali
I first say this actor as "Mr. Logan" on the "Spin and Marty" serial on Walt Disney's "Mickey Mouse Club". Mr. Logan was a good guy. It wasn't until later when I got interested in the history of stunt work and western movies that I found out that Roy Barcroft had spent a lot of years playing bad guys in B-Westerns. Among the interesting things in this book are Roy Barcroft's comments about other actors he worked with; his life off-screen and the non-western movies he worked in. Around the time I was reading this book, I happened to see the 1970 version of "Monte Walsh" on TV. Roy Barcroft plays a storekeeper. Lee Marvin walks in with his gun drawn. Barcroft immediately raises his hands. Marvin asks a guestion and Barcorft answers the question. There was no robbery or shooting. As Marvin is leaving, he turns and says to Barcroft "What do you have your hands up for?" What a great movie this was to be your last one! Western film fans will enjoy this book.
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This is a quick and enjoyable read. Interesting to see Roy's colleagues' opinions on the man and his personality. With that said, I was disappointed that there was a dearth of information regarding his family, interests, beliefs, hobbies, etc. None of his three children or wife was interviewed. A nice introduction to a memorable and decent man, but I am still waiting for an in depth biography.
Ces Ces
I still have the book as well as others that I refer to to look up names of the good guys and
bad guys. I have gotten good at naming alot of the western stars Good and Bad. My wife
of 51 years watches western with me. We enjoy watching them as if they were just released.
I show her pictures and read articles about them at times. She is amazed that I know so many
names of these guys and gals of long ago. Thanks for selling books that I like to read.
Charles A. Griffie
Miromice Miromice
I purchased this book as a birthday gift for an old friend with whom I grew up in the fifties. And it did not disappoint. While many who watched this king of the bad men throughout his black-hatted career might not remember his name, they certainly would recall his face. I highly recommend it as an adventure back in time and a great opportunity to see the real Roy Barcroft apart from the actor.
GoodLike GoodLike
I've waited a long time to get this book and I was not disappointed. Excellent reading about Roy. Worth every penny so all you cowboy fans get out there and buy a copy. John McHugh
Talrajas Talrajas
A good look at our favourite badman in the movies, but he had many sides to his character
Jack Jack
Awesome...Quick delivery and just as described...I recommend it to any reader that loves the oldies but goodies and cowboy stories
Now you know the rest of the story !
He really was a "Good Guy" !