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Charles John "Tim" Holt III February 5, 1919 – February 15, 1973 was an American film actor best known for his youthful leading roles in dozens of westerns along with his co-starring role opposite Humphrey Bogart in the 1948 film The Treasure of the Sierra Madre1


  • 1 Early life
  • 2 Acting career
    • 21 Walter Wanger
    • 22 RKO Pictures
      • 221 Western Star
      • 222 The Magnificent Ambersons
      • 223 War Service
    • 23 Post-war
      • 231 The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
    • 24 Later Movies
  • 3 Later career
  • 4 Personal life
  • 5 Legacy
  • 6 Filmography
    • 61 Box Office Ranking
  • 7 References
  • 8 External links

Early lifeedit

Tim Holt was born Charles John Holt III on February 5, 1919, in Beverly Hills, California, the son of actor Jack Holt and Margaret Woods1 During his early years, he accompanied his father on location, even appearing in an early silent film2 He was the inspiration for his father's book, Lance and His First Horse

Holt was educated at Culver Military Academy in Culver, Indiana, graduating in 19362 One of his classmates was Budd Boetticher who recalled Holt ""used to walk around in our suite of rooms there…and he often had on his 38 revolvers and holster He’d walk up and down the hall in his bathrobe and practice drawing his guns He’d say, ‘I’m going to be a western star some day’"3 Immediately after graduation he went to work in the Hollywood film business1

Acting careeredit

Walter Wangeredit

Holt was signed to a contract by Walter Wanger in January 19374 Wanger was going to use him in Blockade, but that film was postponed5

Instead he made his debut as Anne Shirley's suitor in Stella Dallas 1937 for Sam Goldwyn – the same role that another film star's son, Douglas Fairbanks Jnr, had played in the 1925 version6 When told he was given the role his father Jack said, "Fine Let's have one good actor in the family"7|author=Wanger then cast him in I Met My Love Again 1938 and Warners used him for a Technicolor Western, Gold is where you find It In the latter the Los Angeles Times said Holt "confirms the favourable impression he gave" in Stella Dallas8

RKO borrowed him for a western The Renegade Ranger 1938 supporting George O'Brien, then a leading star of B-westerns Wanger wanted to star Holt opposite Henry Fonda and Louise Platt in an adaptation of Vincent Sheean's Personal History; however after the problems Wanger had making Blockade he decided to postpone the project It was later filmed as Foreign Correspondent He lent Holt to Paramount to play the juvenile lead in Sons of the Legion9 then RKO asked for him again in The Law West of Tombstone, supporting Harry Carey

Wanger then used Holt in the role of young Lieutenant Blanchard in the 1939 classic Stagecoach At Universal he appeared in a story of his old alma mater, Culver Military Academy, The Spirit of Culver10

His contract with Wanger expired RKO signed Holt to a seven-year contract in December 1938111213

RKO Picturesedit

Richard Bennett, Agnes Moorehead, Tim Holt and Ray Collins in The Magnificent Ambersons 1942

RKO gave Holt his first lead, in the B-film The Rookie Cop It was popular and RKO put him in The Girl and the Gambler, opposite Leo Carrillo He was then cast as the romantic lead for the studio's biggest star, Ginger Rogers, in 5th Avenue Girl 1939 It was popular and the Los Angeles Times said Holt "does unusually well in this"14 although the New York Times thought he "seems a trifle young to be running a great corporation"15

He was meant to play the eldest son in Three Sons 1939 with Edward Ellis16 but he was withdrawn and replaced by William Gargan17 He was also meant to star in a Western, Silver City, with Betty Grable, but it was not made18

In early 1940 it was announced Holt and Ginger Rogers would be reunited in an adaptation of The Enchanted Cottage19 The film was not made until several years later with different stars Instead he was assigned to play Fritz Robinson in the studio's expensive adaptation of Swiss Family Robinson 1940 He also played the lead in Laddie 1940; the Los Angeles Times called him "engaging and capable"20 Swiss Family Robinson was a financial failure and Laddie was not particularly popular

Western Staredit

During the late 1930s George O'Brien had made a number of low budget Westerns for RKO Holt later recalled, "I believe George O’Brien quit over money so RKO needed another Western star and I was put forward"21

In early 1940, RKO announced Holy would make six low budget B-Westerns, starting with Wagon Train with Martha O'Driscoll22 O'Driscoll and Holt were meant to reteam in Sir Piegan Passes but it was not made23 Instead Holt appeared in The Fargo Kid

Universal borrowed him to play Charles Boyer's son in Back Street 1941 The Los Angeles Times said Holt had "some splendid scenes towards the end"24 Then it was back to Westerns: Robbers of the Range 1941, Along the Rio Grande 1941, Cyclone on Horseback 1941 and Six-Gun Gold 1941

Holt usually played a cowboy who had one or two friends, who occasionally sang From 1940–42 he made 18 Westerns His first sidekick was Ray Whitley, who was slightly older than Holt, and who would usually sing a song or two in each film The other sidekick was a character "Whopper" played by Emmett Lynn and then Lee White 1942 they were replaced by Cliff Edwards as Ike

Author Tom Stempel later recalled:

Holt, unlike many other B western stars, played characters not named Tim Holt From his debut in 1934 Gene Autry always played "Gene Autry" and after 1941 Roy Rogers always played "Roy Rogers," but Holt's names varied, even if the basic character he played is the same In these early films Tim's jobs were diverse While Hopalong Cassidy was always the foreman of the Bar 20 Ranch, Tim played a cowboy, a Treasury agent, a Texas Ranger, or a number of other occupations The characters were pretty much the same: Tim, with his boyish good looks, is drawn into situations where he must right some wrongs Holt had a charming personality on the screen, which made him one of the top western stars from 1940 to 19433

The Westerns proved popular and Holt wound up making six more: The Bandit Trail 1941, Dude Cowboy 1941, Riding the Wind 1942, Land of the Open Range 1942, Come on Danger 1942 and Thundering Hoofs 1942

The Magnificent Ambersonsedit

Holt's career received a boost in September 194125 when Orson Welles cast him as the lead in his second film, The Magnificent Ambersons 1942 "It was a lucky decision", Welles later said, calling Holt "one of the most interesting actors that's ever been in American movies"26:113 The Washington Post thought Holt "gives an excellent account of himself" The New York Times said he "draws out all the meanness in George's character which is precisely what the role demands"2728 In 1965 Welles wanted to reshoot the ending with those of the original cast still alive, including Holt, but it did not eventuate29

RKO announced they had purchased two stories for Holt, Five of Spades which became The Avenging Rider and Adventures of Salt Valley He was always announced for There Goes Lona Henry30 Holt was going to enter the army, so RKO quickly put him in six more Westerns: Bandit Ranger 1942, Red River Robin Hood 1942, Pirates of the Prairie 1942, Fighting Frontier 1943, Sagebrush Law 1943 and The Avenging Rider 194231

His entry into the airforce was delayed long enough so that Holt could star in Hitler's Children 194332 He was called to active duty during the making of the film33 However it was one of RKO's most profitable movies during the war

War Serviceedit

Holt became a decorated combat veteran of World War II, flying in the Pacific Theatre with the United States Army Air Forces as a B-29 bombardier1 He was wounded over Tokyo on the last day of the war and was awarded a Purple Heart34 He was also a recipient of the Distinguished Flying Cross3536


Tim Holt in the trailer for The Treasure of the Sierra Madre 1948

Following the war, Holt returned to films and went back to RKO According to his biographer David Rothel, "No more was he the callow, youthful cowboy with big, silly grin on his face Now he exuded a steady, serious no-nonsense type of mature cowboy who was less impulsive, more contemporary, and somewhat ‘world weary"337 Tom Stempel argues that "While Holt had lost his baby fat during the war, he still had a wonderful grin and cute dimples He used the mixture of charm and seriousness very well"3

His post-war career began well when 20th Century Fox borrowed him to play Virgil Earp alongside Henry Fonda's Wyatt Earp in the John Ford western My Darling Clementine 1946 For RKO he appeared in a series of Zane Gray adaptations: Thunder Mountain 1947,38 Under the Tonto Rim 1947 and Wild Horse Mesa 1947 He also made Western Heritage 1947, which was an original screenplay The budgets were around $100,000 a film, making them among the more expensive B Westerns39

The Treasure of the Sierra Madreedit

Holt was next borrowed by Warner Bros for the role for which he is probably best remembered — that of Bob Curtin to Humphrey Bogart's Fred C Dobbs in John Huston's The Treasure of the Sierra Madre 1948, about two friends who team up to prospect for gold, only to have greed tear apart their partnership Holt's father also appeared in a small part Tim Holt tended to be overshone in reviews by Bogart and Walter Huston However the Chicago Daily Tribune said he was very likeable">40 The Los Angeles Times said Holt "gives a rare and sincere impression of character in his performance"41

According to the Los Angeles Times, Holt's casting in Madre impressed RKO studio chief Dore Schary who announced "expanding plans" for the actor, looking to cast him in films other than Westerns He also promised a bigger budget for Holt's Westerns such as The Arizona Raider 1948, which cast him opposite his father42 However the films remained undistinguished: Guns of Hate 1948, Indian Agent 1948 and Gun Smugglers 1948

His most frequent director was Lesley Selander and his sidekick in more than 25 of these movies was Richard Martin Martin played Chito Jose Gonzales Bustamente Rafferty, a character created by writer Jack Wagner for the 1943 film Bombadier and who had appeared in some Robert Mitchum westerns before being put into Tim Holt films Stempel:

The chemistry between Holt and Martin was immediate Tim was entertained by Chito's constant pursuit of the ladies, which gave Holt a variety of reactions to play: amusement, surprise, slight irritation, bafflement at the hopelessness of Chito's attempted conquests Unlike Hopalong Cassidy's young sidekick Lucky, who just mooned after girls, Chito was active, which was a lot more interesting to watch, especially with Tim's reactions Chito was not just a lovesick fool, but also ready for action As he explained his name, his mother was Spanish, and the Spanish is for loving, and his father was Irish, which is for fighting Chito performed the crucial functions of a B western movie sidekick: he was somebody with whom the hero could discuss the plot, and he provided some comedy relief In the 47-52 series, the comic relief is verbal rather than visual, and often a part of the story The directors can shoot both Chito's flirting and Tim's reaction in one shot Unlike other B westerns, such as those Holts with Cliff Edwards, the movie does not have to stop while the comic does his routine It makes for much smoother flowing films3

In 1948 Tim Holt also featured as the hero of a series of comic books43

However that year Brothers in the Saddle 1948 recorded a loss of $35,0003 as the growth of TV and decline in cinema audiences started to cut into Holt's market

Later Moviesedit

Dore Schary left RKO in 1948 and the new management was not keen to cast Holt in anything other than Westerns: Rustlers 1949, Stagecoach Kid 1949, Masked Raiders 1949, The Mysterious Desperado 1949 and Riders of the Range 1949 The latter lost $50,00044

The Westerns continued: Dynamite Pass 1950, Storm over Wyoming 1950, Rider from Tucson 1950, Border Treasure 1950 and Rio Grande Patrol 1950 Law of the Badlands 1951 was the cheapest Tim Holt vehicle since the war years, made for $98,000, but still recorded a loss of $20,00045

After Gunplay 1951, Saddle Legion 1951 had a higher quality female lead – Dorothy Malone – and then Holt unexpectedly appeared in an "A", supporting Robert Mitchum and Jane Russell in His Kind of Woman for director John Farrow

In September 1950 it was announced Holt would support Montgomery Clift for director Nicholas Ray in The Flying Leathernecks 1951 but the film was made without either actor46

Instead it was back to Westerns: Pistol Harvest 1951, Hot Lead 1951, Overland Telegraph 1951, Trail Guide 1952, Road Agent 1952, Target 1952, and finally Desert Passage 1952 The latter lost $30,000 so it was decided to end the series once and for all3

He made a TV appearance for Chevron Theatre

Later careeredit

Holt had been to Oklahoma in 1947 with a rodeo, and met the woman who became his final wife When his movie series ended he decided to move to Oklahoma for good "I never did like Hollywood that much… there was nothing magical about it for me", he said21

He was absent from the screen for five years until he starred in a horror film, The Monster That Challenged the World, in 1957, Holt said it " wasn’t too bad a picture at all"21 Over the next 16 years, he appeared in only two more motion pictures as well as an episode of The Virginian He was going to make a sequel to Treasure of the Sierra Madre with Nick Adams but Adams died21

However he kept busy managing theatres and making personal appearances1 He got a degree in animal nutrition from Iowa, worked as a builder, produced rodeos, staged and performed Western music jamborees, and worked as an advertising manager for a radio station from 1962 onwards13 Holt later said of this period:

Do you realize that this is the first time in my life that I can make my own decisions and do what I want to do First it was my parents who told me what to do, then RKO told me what to do, then I went into the service and Uncle Sam told me what to do I came back out and RKO still told me what to do This is the first time I have not been under somebody's thumb in my life1 3

Personal lifeedit

Holt was married three times and had four children: three sons one from his first marriage, and a daughter

Tim Holt died from bone cancer on February 15, 197347 in Shawnee, Oklahoma, where he had been managing a radio station He was interred in the Memory Lane Cemetery in Harrah, Oklahoma The street where he and his wife had lived in Harrah was subsequently renamed Tim Holt Drive in his honor1


Robert Mott of the Washington Post later said of Holt:

Holt was the hero, strong and silent and always more comfortable in the presence of boots and saddles, horses and he-men, than with the heroine – though he almost invariably ended up marrying her Like many sons of famous entertainers, Tim Holt never achieved the stature of his father, and projected a bland image in contrast with the elder Holt's strong characterisation13

In 1991, Tim Holt was inducted posthumously into the Western Performers Hall of Fame at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma In 1992, the Golden Boot Awards honored Holt for his lifetime contributions to western cinema


  • French Dressing 1927 uncredited
  • The Vanishing Pioneer 1928 as John Ballard, Age 7
  • History Is Made at Night 1937 as SOS Radio Operator uncredited
  • Stella Dallas 1937 as Richard Grosvenor
  • I Met My Love Again 1938 as Budge Williams
  • Gold Is Where You Find It 1938 as Lance Ferris
  • The Renegade Ranger 1938 as Larry Corwin
  • Sons of the Legion 1938 as Steven Scott
  • The Law West of Tombstone 1938 as Ted aka The Tonto Kid
  • Stagecoach 1939 as Lieutenant Blanchard
  • The Spirit of Culver 1939 as Capt Wilson
  • The Rookie Cop 1939 as Clem Maitland
  • The Girl and the Gambler 1939 as Johnny Powell
  • 5th Ave Girl 1939 as Tim Borden
  • Laddie 1940 as Laddie Stanton
  • Swiss Family Robinson 1940 as Fritz Robinson
  • Wagon Train 1940 as Zack Sibley
  • The Fargo Kid 1940 as The Fargo Kid
  • Back Street 1941 as Richard Saxel
  • Along the Rio Grande 1941 as Jeff
  • Robbers of the Range 1941 as Jim Drummond aka Curly Yantis
  • Cyclone on Horseback 1941 as Stan Bradford
  • Six Gun Gold 1941 as Don Cardigan
  • The Bandit Trail 1941 as Steve Haggerty
  • Dude Cowboy 1941 as Terry McVey
  • Riding the Wind 1942 as Clay Stewart
  • Land of the Open Range 1942 as Dave Walton
  • Come on Danger 1942 as Jack Mason
  • The Magnificent Ambersons 1942 as George Minafer
  • Thundering Hoofs 1942 as Bill Underwood aka Bill Dawson
  • Bandit Ranger 1942 as Clay Travers
  • Red River Robin Hood 1942 as Jim Carey
  • Pirates of the Prairie 1942 as Deputy Marshal Larry Durant
  • Hitler's Children 1943 as Lieutenant Karl Bruner
  • Fighting Frontier 1943 as Kit Russell
  • Sagebrush Law 1943 as Tom Weston
  • The Avenging Rider 1943 as Brit Marshall
  • My Darling Clementine 1946 as Virgil Earp
  • Thunder Mountain 1947 as Marvin Hayden
  • Under the Tonto Rim 1947 as Brad Canfield
  • Wild Horse Mesa 1947 as Dave Jordan
  • The Treasure of the Sierra Madre 1948 as Curtin
  • Western Heritage 1948 as Ross Daggert
  • The Arizona Ranger 1948 as Bob Morgan
  • Guns of Hate 1948 as Bob Banning
  • Indian Agent 1948 as Dave Taylor
  • Gun Smugglers 1948 as Himself
  • Brothers in the Saddle 1949 as Tim Taylor
  • Rustlers 1949 as Dick McBride
  • Stagecoach Kid 1949 as Dave Collins
  • Masked Raiders 1949 as Himself
  • The Mysterious Desperado 1949 as Himself
  • Riders of the Range 1950 as Kansas Jones
  • Dynamite Pass 1950 as Ross Taylor
  • Storm Over Wyoming 1950 as Dave Saunders
  • Rider from Tucson 1950 as Dave Saunders
  • Border Treasure 1950 as Ed Porter
  • Rio Grande Patrol 1950 as Kansas
  • Law of the Badlands 1951 as Dave Saunders
  • Saddle Legion 1951 as Dave Saunders
  • Gunplay 1951 as Himself
  • His Kind of Woman 1951 as Bill Lusk
  • Pistol Harvest 1951 as Tim
  • Hot Lead 1951 as Himself
  • Overland Telegraph 1951 as Himself
  • Trail Guide 1952 as Himself
  • Road Agent 1952 as Himself
  • Target 1952 as Himself
  • Desert Passage 1952 as Himself
  • Chevron Theatre 1953, TV series, "Adventure in Java"
  • The Monster That Challenged the World 1957 as Lt Cmdr John 'Twill' Twillinger
  • The Yesterday Machine 1963 as Police Lt Partane
  • The Virginian 1969 TV show, "A Woman of Stone" as Abe Landeen
  • This Stuff'll Kill Ya! 1971 as Agent Clark Last appearance

Box Office Rankingedit

For a number of years Holt was voted by US exhibitors as among the most popular Western stars in the country

  • 1949 – 4th48
  • 1951 – 3rd49
  • 1952 – 5th50


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  5. ^ "Screen News Here and in Hollywood: Plans to Produce 'Personal History' Are Abandoned for the Present by Wanger – 'Tropic Holiday' to Open, Bob Burns and Martha Raye to Be Featured in Picture at Paramount This Morning Of Local Origin, Special to the New York Times" New York Times 1923–Current file 29 June 1938: 15
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  9. ^ "SCREEN NEWS HERE AND IN HOLLYWOOD: Plans to Produce 'Personal History' Are Abandoned for the Present by Wanger TROPIC HOLIDAY' TO OPEN Bob Burns and Martha Raye to Be Featured in Picture at Paramount This Morning Of Local Origin Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES" New York Times 29 June 1938 p 15 
  10. ^ Hopper, Hedda 19 Feb 1939 "COMINGS AND GOINGS NEWS OF STAGE AND SCREEN: Culver Opus Given Expert Supervision Gen Gignilliat, Head of Academy, Handling Technique" Los Angeles Times p C3 
  11. ^ Holt played young Lieutenant Blanchard in the 1939 classic Stagecoach
  12. ^ "Screen News Here and in Hollywood: Dick Powell, Joan Blondell to Leave Warners – Miss Lindsay in Mystery Play – Two Foreign Films Today 'Little Flower,' Made in France, and the Italian, 'Amore in Quarantena,' Will Open, Miss Lindsay Gets Lead, Coast Scripts Of Local Origin, Special to The New York Times" New York Times 1923–Current file 12 December 1938: 26
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  15. ^ FRANK S 25 Aug 1939 "THE SCREEN: Slight Light Comedy Is RKO's Fifth Avenue Girl,' With Ginger Rogers, at the Radio City Music Hall" NUGENT New York Times New York, NY p 12 
  16. ^ Schallert, Edwin 15 June 1939 "DRAMA: Betty Field Awarded New Paramount Lead" Los Angeles Times p 8 
  17. ^ DOUGLAS W CHURCHILL Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES 15 July 1939 "SCREEN NEWS HERE AND IN HOLLYWOOD: Universal to Start 'One Hour to Live,' 'Missing Evidence' and 'Rio' on Monday 'WATERFRONT' AT GLOBE 'To the Victor,' 'Orage' and 'La Kermesse Heroique' Among Films Listed for Today Raft Signs With Warner Spewaks to Write for McCarey" New York Times p 14 
  18. ^ DOUGLAS W CHURCHILL Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES 12 Sep 1939 "SCREEN NEWS HERE AND IN HOLLYWOOD: Three Pictures Are Placed on RKO Schedule--Cukor May Direct 'Susan and God' MAINTAIN FILM OUTPUT Columbia Studios Will Spend $5,000,000 More This Year on Production, Cohn Says Ruby Keeler Out of Film George Cukor May Direct" New York Times p 35 
  19. ^ Schallert, Edwin 4 Jan 1940 "Americans to Sponsor Production in England: Durbin British Winner New Ameche, Faye Film Sandy's Sex 'Decided' Newcomer Awarded Role Gail Patrick Assigned" Los Angeles Times p 13 
  20. ^ G K 13 Sep 1940 "'Laddie' Engaging Picture" Los Angeles Times p 21 
  21. ^ a b c d "Tim Holt Tuesday #2: John Brooker Interviews Tim Holt, 1970" 12 November 2013 
  22. ^ "53 FEATURE FILMS SCHEDULED BY RKO: 1940–41 Plans Announced at Sales Convention of Firm Now in Session Here 190 SHORTS ON PROGRAM Gallup Survey of the Audience Interest in Pictures Is Being Conducted for Company Plans Research Institute Film by Orson Welles" 
  23. ^ "SCREEN NEWS HERE AND IN HOLLYWOOD: 'Kiss Me Again' Purchased by Ernst Lubitsch, Producer for United Artists 'GHOST BREAKERS' OPENING Paramount Attraction Starts Today--'Spies in the Air' Is Rialto Offering Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES" New York Times 3 July 1940 p 15 
  24. ^ Schallert, Edwin 5 Feb 1941 "Censor-Daring Theme Well Presented" Los Angeles Times p A10 
  25. ^ Schallert, Edwin 18 Sep 1941 "Previews Reveal Fitful Start for New Season: 'Yank' Leads in Potency Welles Casts Tim Holt Costumes Tempt Power Good Things for Ginger Goldwyn Lot Hyphenated" Los Angeles Times p A11 
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  27. ^ TMP 14 Aug 1942 "'The Magnificent Ambersons,' Welles's Film From Novel by Tarkington, Opens at Capitol -- 'The Big Street' at Palace" New York Times p 13 
  28. ^ "'Magnificent Ambersons' Suffer Decline at Keith's: New Orson Welles Film a Glorified Tragedy That Sacrifices Dramatic Power to New Photographic Splendor and Odd Technique" The Washington Post 17 July 1942 p 12 
  29. ^ "Alexander Signed for POW Movie" Los Angeles Times 10 Dec 1965 p d19 
  30. ^ Schallert, Edwin 7 Jan 1942 "DRAMA: Welles to Act Turk Spy in 'Journey Into Fear' Paramount Signs McCrea 'Spitfire' Release Set Subjects Named for Holt Lindsay Slate Crowded Brent Returning Monday" Los Angeles Times p 8 
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  32. ^ "SCREEN NEWS HERE AND IN HOLLYWOOD: United Artists to Take Over 11 Finished Paramount Films and Distribute Them NEW PICTURE AT CARNEGIE 'Loves of Edgar Allan Poe' Will Open Today -- 'You Can't Take It With You' Revived By Telephone to THE NEW YORK TIMES" New York Times 19 Sep 1942 p 9 
  33. ^ "HEDDA HOPPER Says: New Picture Brings Fame to Producer" Los Angeles Times 28 Mar 1943 p C2 
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  39. ^ JOSEPH W 15 Apr 1948 "Horse Operas Western Films Are Hollywood's Sure-Fire Financial Winners: Range From $40,000 'Oaters' To $15 Million 'Epics'; Are 25% of Film Output Action, Danger and Chase Horse Operas: Western Films Are Hollywood's Financial Winners" TAYLOR Staff Correspondent of THE WALL STREET JOURNAL Wall Street Journal New York, NY p 1 
  40. ^ TINEE, MAE 19 Mar 1948 "Hustons Do Superb Job in This Film: TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE" THE CAST" Chicago Daily Tribune p a7 
  41. ^ Schallert, Edwin 15 Jan 1948 "'Treasure' Manifests Adult Power" Los Angeles Times p 18 
  42. ^ Schallert, Edwin 11 Oct 1947 "DRAMA AND FILM: Colbert Quits Capra Feature, Hepburn Cast" Los Angeles Times p A5 
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  47. ^ Western star Tim Holt dies
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External linksedit

  • Biography portal
  • Tim Holt on Internet Movie Database
  • Tim Holt at Find a Grave
  • The Colt Revolver in the American West—Tim Holt's Single Action Army
  • Tom Stempel, "Tim Holt and the B Western", Off Screen Magazine

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