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Fuzzy St. John


Movie Cowboy:  Born Al St. John in 1892, he first developed the character "Fuzzy Q. Jones" when he co-stared with singing cowboy Fred Scott.

St. John started his career in "Law of the 45s" (1935) which introduced the "Three Mesquiteers."

His parents were in vaudeville, and his first movie appearances were in Keystone Cops films. From 1935 to 1951 he was in Westerns as a "sidekick" for Tom Mix, Big Boy Williams, William Boyd, Bob Steel, John Wayne, Rex Bell, Jack Randall, Tex Ritter, Johnny Mack Brown, and Buster Crabbe, among others.

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