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Whip Wilson (1911–1964)


He was obviously handed one of those unique stage names, like Lash La Rue, in order for audiences (especially the kiddies) to immediately associate him with western heroics and the trademark he would be remembered for in films. Not one of the better remembered sagebrush heroes in today's world, Whip Wilson came along at the tail end of the huge ... See full bio »

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Known For

Canyon Raiders
Canyon Raiders Whip Wilson
(1951)
Wyoming Roundup
Wyoming Roundup Whip Wilson
(1952)
Night Raiders
Night Raiders Whip Wilson
(1952)
Gunslingers
Gunslingers Whip Wilson
(1950)

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Trivia:

Monogram Pictures created a huge buildup for Whip to become a movie cowboy star. The following claims were made -- that he was born in 1911 on a fabulous ranch in Pecos, Texas; was a rodeo champion; had an engineering degree; was a World War II Marine hero; was a direct descendant of General Custer; and did all of his movie stunts. None of these claims were true. See more »

Nickname:

Chip

Star Sign:

Gemini

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