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Eugenia Clinchard

  • Jul 05, 1904 - May 15, 1989 (age 84)
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1989
Eugenia Clinchard
PersonalMay 1989

Eugenia Clinchard

Eugenia Clinchard passed away.
1931
Wally George
ChildDecember 1931

Wally George

Wally George (born George Walter Pearch; December 4, 1931 – …
Wally George (born George Walter Pearch; December 4, 1931 – October 5, 2003) was an American conservative radio and television commentator. Calling himself the "Father of Combat TV," he was a fixture on Southern California television for three decades (1950s-80s) as the host of Hot Seat, which began as a local show on KDOC Channel 56, a local Southern California based UHF TV station in Anaheim, Orange County, California in 1983. His other nicknames were "Mr. Conservative" and "Mr. America" in the 1960s-90s and he represented the strong conservative fan base of Orange County and the Coachella Valley of California where he was also on their local TV stations.
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1914
Broncho Billy's Christmas Spirit
MovieDec 19, 1914

Broncho Billy's Christmas Spirit

It is Christmas Eve, and a …
It is Christmas Eve, and a humble prospector has spent his last cent for food. He is heartbroken to think that he cannot even buy anything for his two small children. When his wife finds a letter to Santa Claus asking for a doll and rocking horse, the prospector is desperate. He goes out and steals Broncho Billy's horse, sells it and spends the money for toys. The youngsters are delighted and the father forgets the theft. Broncho learns who stole his horse and goes to the prospector's home with a posse to hang him. When Broncho sees how the money was spent, his heart is touched. Each member of the posse then contributes some money and they leave the family happy.
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Broncho Billy, the Vagabond
MovieSep 5, 1914

Broncho Billy, the Vagabond

Broncho, the vagabond, is …
Broncho, the vagabond, is thrown out of the gambler's place because he has no money. He is light-hearted, nevertheless, and while strolling through the woods, runs upon a little girl trying to chop some wood. His heart is touched and he helps her. She leads him to the shack she calls home and Broncho is filled with pity when he sees her father sick, and her mother trying to save the family from starvation. Broncho hastens back to the gambler's place, and when they refuse to give him money he steals it and escapes on a patron's horse. He is overtaken by a posse and is about to be hanged when the little girl appears on the scene and returns the money which Broncho stole. The posse, seeing that he stole to help a starving family, release him and a collection is taken up and given to the needy family.
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1913
Broncho Billy and the Rustler's Child
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MovieApr 26, 1913

Broncho Billy and the Rustler's Child

David Morgan, a …
David Morgan, a cowpuncher, is informed by Doctor Harding that the former's wife is in a serious condition and must be taken from the high altitude. An Indian horse thief shows David a way to make some money easy. That night, the Indian and the cowpuncher steal two horses. The Indian is captured by Broncho Billy, the sheriff, and squeals on Morgan. Dorothy, the cowpuncher's child, informs her father that a posse is coming up the road. Morgan instructs his child to say nothing to the men concerning his whereabouts. The cowpuncher crawls into the loft and pulls the ladder up after him. Broncho Billy enters, sees Morgan's wife is in a critical condition and asks the child where her father is. She tells him she does not know. The sheriff, hearing a sound above him, is about to fire his revolver into the loft, when the girl confesses that her father is above. Morgan comes down from his hiding-pace, explains to Broncho Billy that he stole the horses, so that he might take his wife to a better climate. Dorothy pleads with the sheriff to save her father. Broncho Billy makes Morgan get up into the loft, as the posse return to the house. One of the men suggests looking into the loft above. They lift Broncho Billy up. He informs his men that there is no body up there. Later Broncho Billy mails the cattle owner a check for the two horses. Morgan, his wife and child, leave for a better country.
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The Influence on Broncho Billy
MovieMar 1, 1913

The Influence on Broncho Billy

Jim Hendricks receives a …
Jim Hendricks receives a letter from his daughter in the east stating that she is on her way and will arrive with her little girl that day. The stagecoach carrying her from the railroad station, some miles from her father's home, meets with an accident. While repairing the vehicle of ancient times, Bessie Hendricks' young daughter, canters off into the woods in search of wild flowers. Bessie runs after her. Having captured the young rascal and returning to the road Bessie discovers the coach has gone on its journey. Broncho Billy on horseback discovers the young woman in her unfortunate position, offers his horse to her, places her safely in the saddle with her daughter and leads the horse to her father's home. The young westerner, Broncho Billy, not really the character we see him, is a desperate outlaw. Jim Hendricks and his wife welcome their daughter with open arms and after learning of Broncho Billy's noble and generous deed, offer him the hospitality of their home. The next morning. Broncho Billy, about to depart, has a long talk with Bessie. His plans for holding up the stage coach that day are cast to the four winds. He determines to lead a straight life, and all for a woman.
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1904
Eugenia Clinchard
BirthJuly 1904

Eugenia Clinchard

Eugenia Clinchard was born.
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