Walt LaRue lived in Burbank, Calif., near the old Hollywood lots where he worked as a stuntman in countless western movies, serials, and television shows. The long list of his credits includes Five Graves to Cairo, Fort Apache, Paint Your Wagon, Eldorado, The Cowboys, Major Dundee, Savage Sam, Desert Song, Cimarron Strip, They Came to Cordura, and, as Walt relates it, “a thousand Charlie Starretts (Durango Kid) and a thousand Lone Rangers, with some Roy Rogers and Gene Autrys thrown in.” (Read More)