Thursday, 9 October 2014

Tom Mix

Thomas Edwin Mix (1880 – 1940) was an American film actor and the star of many early Western movies. Between 1909 and 1935, Mix appeared in 291 films, all but nine of which were silent movies. He was Hollywood's first Western megastar and is noted as having helped define the genre for all cowboy actors who followed.

As of 2007, only about 10% of his films were reportedly available for viewing, although it was unclear how many of these films are now considered lost films.

For his contribution to the motion picture industry, Mix has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. His cowboy boot prints, palm prints and hoof prints of his horse, Tony, are at Grauman's Chinese Theatre at 6925 Hollywood Boulevard. [Wikipedia]

Twisted Trails (1916)
Cupid's Round Up (1918)

The Texan (1920)

The Last of the Duanes (1924)

The Everlasting Whisper (1925)

The Miracle Rider (1925)

Hard Boiled (1926)

No Man's Gold (1926)

The Great K & A Train Robbery (1926)

The Last Trail (1927)

Silver Valley (1927)

Tumbling River (1927)

King Cowboy (1928)

Painted Post (1928)

Son of the Golden West (1928)

Outlawed (1929)

Destry Rides Again (1932)

Destry Rides Again (1932)

Flaming Guns (1932)

Hidden Gold (1932)

My Pal, the King (1932)

The Texas Bad Man (1932)

Terror Trail (1933)

The Miracle Rider (1935)

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