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Kingman's Andy Devine

by Leonard Maltin
October 21, 2010 12:45 PM
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Here is Andy’s hand-tooled leather director’s chair from the set of the TV series Wild Bill Hickok on which he played Wild Bill’s sidekick Jingles.



Andy’s elaborate parade saddle.


A great photo of two old friends on the set of John Ford’s The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance: John Wayne and Andy Devine.



Personal memorabilia lines the walls, from Andy’s youth in Kingman through his later years. The black & white photo shows the actor with his sons, who appeared with him in Canyon Passage (1946) but didn’t pursue careers in show business.

Kingman, Arizona’s ultimate tribute: a stretch of Route 66 is named for the actor who grew up there.

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  • Kevin S.Butler | October 19, 2011 8:47 AMReply

    I wonder if that exhibit that honors Mr.Andy Devine has any photos,comic books or any other types of memorbillia from "The Andy's Gang"TV Show and "The Flipper TV Show"?

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