George "Gabby" Hayes - Allee Bamee And The Forty Horse Thieves album FLAC
1001 Western Nights (No. 2) Allee Bamee And The Forty Horse Thieves Concluded. Companies, etc. Record Company – Radio Corporation Of America. Conductor – Frank Worth (2). Music By – Norman Leyden. Narrator – George "Gabby" Hayes. Orchestra – Norman Leyden Orchestra. Producer – Steven R. Carlin. Script By – John A. Richards. RCA Victor Division, Radio Corporation of America, Camden, . Matrix, Runout (A Side Center Label): 47-0273-A.
George Francis "Gabby" Hayes (May 7, 1885 – February 9, 1969), was an American actor. He began as something of a leading man and a character player, but he was best known for his numerous appearances in B-Western film series as the bewhiskered, cantankerous, woman-hating, but ever-loyal and brave comic sidekick of the cowboy star. Hayes was born the third of seven children in his father's hotel, the Hayes Hotel, in Stannards, New York, a hamlet just outside Wellsville, New York.
1001 Western Nights (No. Conductor – Frank Worth.
George Hayes grew up in Stannards and attended Stannards School. He played semiprofessional baseball while in high school. These men, known as Gabby Guys, have gathered annually to celebrate the opening day of trout fishing and the memory of Hayes Partial filmography.
Next . False Colors (1943). Forty Thieves" was the 54th and final Hopalong Cassidy series western produced by Harry "Pop" Sherman. It is nonetheless an above average entry in the long running series. It was directed by long time series director Lesley Selander.
George 'Gabby' Hayes, Actor: Lights of Old Santa Fe. American character actor, the most famous of Western-movie sidekicks of the 1930s and 1940s. He was born May 7, 1885, the third of seven children, in the Hayes Hotel (owned by his father) in the tiny hamlet of Stannards, New York, on the outskirts of Wellsville, New York. Hayes was the son of hotelier and oil-production manager Clark Hayes, and.
George Hayes was born in Wellsville, New York on May 7, 1885, and during his teen years, he joined some traveling shows. Burlesque and vaudeville work followed. He married Olive Ireland in 1914, and the two would be together for over forty years, until her death in 1957. Gabby and Olive had no children. They wound up in Hollywood at the close of the silent film era, and Hayes found some bit parts and minor supporting roles.
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- Record Company – Radio Corporation Of America
- Conductor – Frank Worth
- Music By – Norman Leyden
- Narrator [Told By] – George "Gabby" Hayes*
- Orchestra [Musical Background] – Norman Leyden Orchestra*
- Producer – Steven R. Carlin
- Script By [Story By] – John A. Richards
NotesRCA Victor Division, Radio Corporation of America, Camden, N.J.
Made in U.S.A.
Printed in U.S.A.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A Side Center Label): 47-0273-A
- Matrix / Runout (B Side Center Label): 47-0273-B
- Matrix / Runout (A Side Run-Out Stamped): 47-0273 A 1S I A1 L
- Matrix / Runout (B Side Run-Out Stamped): 47-0273 B 1S I A1 L
- Other (Form No.): 2S-9794