What do you know about Tim
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1) Timothy John Fitzgerald McCoy was born in Saginaw, Michigan.
What was the date?
April 10, 1891
April 10, 1893
April 10, 1897
In 1922, he was asked by the head of Famous Players-Lasky, Jesse L. Lasky,
to provide American Indian extras for the Western extravaganza.
- Coming Home
- Way West
The Covered Wagon
3) Tim McCoy stars in the early film, released both silent and sound
versions. This Universal Pictures movie was a hit and proved people would
go to a sound Western.
What is the film?
- Headin' North
- Hell's Heroes
- The Indians Are Coming
4) He had enlisted in the U.S. Army when America entered the World War
One. He was commissioned, eventually being posted as Adjutant General of
Wyoming, a position he held until 1921.
rank did he hold upon
5) In 1925, he appeared in his first Western as Burn Hudnall in
Zane Grey Western?
- The Thundering Herd
- Tonto Rim
6) The 52-year-old actor left Hollywood to become an officer in the Air
Force during World War Two.
What was his last film before leaving for war?
- The Texas Marshal
- Arizona Gangbusters
West of the Law
what McCoy Western does he put on an outlaw appearance to hunt
down a band of counterfeiters?
- Prairie Moon
- Phantom Gold
- The Phantom Ranger
8). In this movie, the heroine is being forced off her ranch. McCoy as
Tim Hanlon comes to her rescue. However, instead of staying with the
leading lady, he rides off to cleanse himself of the killings forced upon
What is the film?
- Justice of the Range
- The Lawless Range
- The Man from Guntown
9) McCoy hosted a television show in Los Angeles in the 1952, called
"The Tim McCoy Show", for children on weekday afternoons and
Saturdays in which he provided authentic history lessons on the Old West
showing old western movies.
10). Rode several horses with different names during his long career. In
his earlier films he rode a snow-white horse named "Pal". In the
"Rough Riders" series he mounted a black stallion called
"Baron" and (later) "Ace".
11) In 1965, he appears as Judge Irving Short in this Western.
- Requiem for a Gunfighter
- Hired Gun
- Arizona Gunman
12) Where was Tim McCoy buried?
- Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery, Los Angeles, California
- Mount Olivet Cemetery, Saginaw, Michigan
- Highland Cemetery, Great Falls, Montana