Comics and Books ROCKY LANE WESTERN #83 COMIC BOOK BY CHARLTON CIRCA 1959 10.00
Comic book based on Allan Rocky Lane who started as a leading man in major studio dramas only to segue into "B" serials and sagebrush sagas in later life. With his trusty steed "Blackjack," lane managed to churn out a bucketful of oaters every year beginning with Silver City Kid in 1944. Following this chapter of his career, he left films and toured with circuses and rodeo shows until the TV series Red Ryder (1956) came his way. He may be better remembered these days not for his dashing good looks and saddle appeal on film, but, to ongoing generations, as the off-camera voice for the talking horse Mister Ed (1961) in the classic 60s sitcom of the same name. Lane retired shortly thereafter and died on October 27, 1973 after a six-week bout with cancer.
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