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Buzz Barton (I) (1913–1980)

Buzz Barton was born on September 3, 1913 in Gallatin, Missouri, USA as William Andrew Lamoreaux. He is known for his work on Human Targets (1932), The Pinto Kid (1928) and The Vagabond Cub (1929). He was married to Thelma Doyle. He died on November 20, 1980 in Reseda, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Human Targets
Human Targets Buzz Dale
The Pinto Kid
The Pinto Kid David 'Red' Hepner
The Vagabond Cub
The Vagabond Cub David 'Red' Hepner
Pals of the Prairie
Pals of the Prairie 'Red' Hepner


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 1942 Come on Danger
Jordan Rider (uncredited)
 1941 Ridin' the Cherokee Trail
Barfly (uncredited)
 1941 White Eagle
Cal Ewing (Ch. 1) (uncredited)
 1940 The Kid from Santa Fe
Henchman (uncredited)
 1940 Land of the Six Guns
Deputy (uncredited)
 1940 Pinto Canyon
Deputy Andy Mack (uncredited)
 1940 Wild Horse Valley
Cowhand Joe
 1939 The Law Comes to Texas
Buzz (uncredited)
 1939 Silver on the Sage
Hamilton Ranch Cowhand (uncredited)
 1939 The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle
Bit Part (uncredited)
 1939 Lone Star Pioneers
 1939 Smoky Trails
Cowhand (uncredited)
 1939 Frontiers of '49
Auctioneer's Assistant (uncredited)
 1938 Wild Horse Canyon
Pool Player (uncredited)
 1938 In Early Arizona
Buzz (uncredited)
 1938 Where the Buffalo Roam
Townsman watching Pee Wee's Magic (uncredited)
 1938 The Mexicali Kid
Posse Rider (uncredited)
 1938 Phantom Gold
Bart (Pedro in Credits)
 1938 Stagecoach Days
Gambler (uncredited)
 1938 Outlaw Express
Brady - Express Rider (uncredited)
 1938 Desert Patrol
Henchman Trailing Dave (uncredited)
 1938 The Feud Maker
Nelson Rider / Settler (uncredited)
 1938 Rolling Caravans
Jim Rankin
 1938 The Painted Trail
Roulette Player (uncredited)
 1938 Where the West Begins
Rider (uncredited)
 1938 Paroled - To Die
Buzz (uncredited)
 1936 Romance Rides the Range
Jimmy Marland
 1936 The Riding Avenger
 1936 Feud of the West
Six Bits
 1935 Powdersmoke Range
 1935 Saddle Aces
Montana Nick Sabot
 1935 Fighting Pioneers
 1935 The Pecos Kid
Wounded Henchman (uncredited)
 1935 The Reckless Buckaroo
 1934 The Tonto Kid
Wesley Fritch
 1933 Drum Taps
Wounded Messenger (uncredited)
 1932 The Fighting Champ
Fight Spectator (uncredited)
 1932 Tangled Fortunes
Buzz Davis
 1931 So This Is Arizona
 1931 Flying Lariats
Buzz Murphy
 1931 The Mystery Trooper
Billy Holt
 1930 The Apache Kid's Escape
Tim Wells
 1930 Breed of the West
Jim Bradley
 1930 Canyon Hawks
George Manning
 1930 The Lone Defender
 1929 The Little Savage
 1929 The Vagabond Cub
David 'Red' Hepner
 1927 The Boy Rider
David Hepner
 1927 Splitting the Breeze
Red (as Red Lennox)
 1927 Thunderbolt's Tracks
Red Hayden (as Billy Lamar)
 1927 The Laffin' Fool (as Billy Lamar)
 1927 Where North Holds Sway
Red (as Billy Lamoreaux)
 1926 Hi-Jacking Rustlers
The Brother (as Billy Lamar)
 1926 West of the Rainbow's End
Red (as Billy Lamar)
 1926 The Thunderbolt Strikes (as Billy Lamar)
 1925 The Knockout Kid
Bit Role (uncredited)
Show Show Stunts (6 credits)
Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (1 credit)
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Alternate Names:

Billy Lamar | Billy Lamoreaux | Red Lennox


5' 2" (1.57 m)

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Freckle-faced American child star of B-westerns, an adept junior rider and roper, in films from the age of eleven. His studio, the Poverty Row outfit FBO, billed him as "The World's Greatest Juvenile Rider and Western Star" (he also had the moniker of "The Boy Wonder of Westerns"). Buzz was popular for awhile in the 1930's, before his appeal waned and he left show business for the rodeo circuit. ... See more »


The Boy Wonder of Westerns

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