In Westerns, nearly every handsome hero needs a cantankerous old man as his companion (like Gabby Hayes).
Sidekicks might be annoying and troublesome to just about everyone in town, but the man they hang around knows they are goof at heart. The kind of sidekicks was George Hayes, who had made a fortune as an actor playing all sorts of roles on stage and in movies in the 1920s, after which he retires.
The two best-known portly sidekicks were Smiley Burnette, who rode alongside Gene Autry in eighty-one films (and then played railroad engineer Charley Pratt in TV’s “Petticoat Junction”) and Andy Devine, who appeared as the always-hungry stage driver in Stagecoach (1939) and whose signature like is Jingles B.
The wisest of all sifekicks was the Lone Ranger’s Tonto (Jay Silverheels, a Canadian Mohawk Indian born “Harold J.
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If not that, then a fat, silly one (like Smiley Burneette, or a dopey, well-meaning nic one (like Tonto);or one who limps (like Chester), or at least one who is always getting into a mess that the hero gets him out of (like Andy Devine).
Very often they are pariahs whom no one else will be friends with because they used to have a drinking problem, because they don’t shave and smell bad, because they’re moochers, or simply because they’re different. However, he lost his money in the stock market crash of 1929, so he was forced to return to the screen to earn a living.
Jones in TV’s “Wild Bill Hickok” (1951-58) was “Wait for me, Wild Bill!” One of the oddest fat sidekicks was Oliver Hardy in a raccoon-skin cap- John Wayne’s comrade in the fighting Kentuckian (1949). Initially she was aim to earn little extra pocket money, she had no idea how big south Indian films were. But a real cowboy hero has a noble perspective on human nature and sees beyond all such superficial shortcomings to become a true friend to his inferior’s companion. At first Hayes played bad guys in cowboy movies, but in 1036 he hit his stride as “Windy Halliday,” hopalong Cassidy’s colorful, irritable sidekick, who he played until 1939, when Roy Roger’s sidekick, Gabby, a role he also played alongside leading man Bill Elliott.

Besides, on those rare occasions when a cowboy hero is in trouble, it is often or straight shooting (which are too assertive for a sidekick), but stealthily, perhaps by masquerading as a mule or hiding in a keg or rum, or by otherwise taking advantage of his hopelessly second-rate stature to sneak past the bad guys and help his friends.
The definitive sidekick, Gabby Hayes- who in real life was a well-read, cultured man of the world- was an ornery, mush-mouthed, toothless cuss who frequently expressed his convictions by appending statements with the phrase, “Yer dern tootin’!” The majority of sidekicks were bewhiskered coots of the Gabby Hayes school, foremost among them Andy Clyde, who played California Carlson, Hoppys’s pal, in the 1940s; Al “Fuzzy” St.
Jones alongside nearly every big cowboy stat in the 1940s; and Walter Brennnan, who played John Wayne’s companion in Red River (1948), a crabby, toothless, lame prospector (in the company of Jimmy Stewart) in the Far Country (1955), and a crabby, toothless, lame sheriff’s helper (in the company of John Wayne) in Rio Bravo (1959).
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