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Tex Hill (1944–2014)

Tex Hill was born on February 20, 1944 in Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA. He is known for his work on Law of the Sixgun (1978), Code of the Rangers (1972) and The Adventures of Jody Shanan (1978). He was married to Claudia J. Edwards, Janet Hubert and Dianna Monk. He died on February 28, 2014 in Wickenburg, Arizona, USA. See full bio »

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 1991 The Neon Empire (TV Movie) (stunts)
 1986 The Return of Josey Wales (stunts - uncredited)
  American Playhouse (TV Series) (stunt coordinator - 1 episode, 1982) (stunts - 1 episode, 1982)
- Seguin (1982) ... (stunt coordinator) / (stunts)
 1981 300 Miles for Stephanie (TV Movie) (stunt coordinator)
 1978 Visions (TV Series) (stunt coordinator - 1 episode)
- Charlie Smith and the Fritter Tree (1978) ... (stunt coordinator)
 1978 Centennial (TV Mini-Series) (stunts - 1978, uncredited)
 1968 Bandolero! (stunts - uncredited)
 1967 Ride to Hangman's Tree (stunts - uncredited)
 1965 Cat Ballou (stunts - uncredited)
 1962 Stoney Burke (TV Series) (stunts)
 1960 The Alamo (stunts - uncredited)
 1958 The Saga of Hemp Brown (stunts - uncredited)
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Tex was also a successful author, with 3 published books and over 100 magazine articles and short stories, including Far West, Field & Stream, Law & Order, and Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine. His short story, "The Last Bugle" was a runner-up for a Golden Spur Award in 1981. He wrote the screenplay for "Law of the Sixgun" ... See more »

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T.J. Hill


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A native of Del Rio, Texas, Tex grew up on the family ranch, where he learned to be a real cowboy. Tex is semi-retired now, and raises Quarter Horses on his ranch near Wickenburg, Arizona, but he still finds time to make appearances at film festivals, benefits and nostalgia concerts whenever possible. Tex has at least two CDs available, "Song of the Saddle" and "Rodeo Cowboy". He is known as the ... See more »


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