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Posted 6 years ago


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I'm trying to find out who this is. I found it in my Grandfathers shed 2 weeks ago. At first I thought it was Leo Carrillo.But I don't think so. My grandfather had a lot of signed photos.He was also an actor for the theaters in Pasadena Ca,

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  1. dennis1952, 6 years ago
    I believe you have a picture of Pedro Gonzalez-Gonzalez. He was a co-star in the John Wayne 1959 movie "Rio Lobo" also co-starring Dean Martin, Angie Dickinson and Ricky Nelson. Pedro played the hotel owner where John Wayne had a room.
  2. lowspeed, 6 years ago
    I think Dennis is right.
  3. brendasalazar brendasalazar, 6 years ago
    Thank you so much dennis and lowspeed. I believe you are right!
  4. dennis1952, 6 years ago
    Your Welcome. I just love movie trivia challenges. Great movie! I've seen Pedro in quite a few movies. He usually plays somewhat comedic roles such as saloon owner/hotel owner/etc.
  5. brendasalazar brendasalazar, 6 years ago
    Well you were really close.I looked up and found that its his brother Jose Gonzalez-Gonzalez. They have the same picture on his grave stone.
    but without your help.I wouldn't of known. So Thanks again.
  6. dennis1952, 6 years ago
    OOPS! That was "Rio Bravo"; not "Rio Lobo". Didn't realize he had a brother that looked so similar. Well, it was fun researching it. Great Pic; Enjoy.
  7. frank Page, 6 years ago
    Leo Carrillo, he played Poncho with the Cisco Kid back in the 50's right ?? I think I'm right don't you !!
  8. Shirley, 6 years ago
    I'm 70 and I'm pretty sure it is Gonzalez-Gonzalez also. Saw him in a lot of movies. They were really type-cast in those days. Good thing there were a lot of western movies with Mexican people in them. Of course the STAR'S were always top movie people made to look like whatever nationalty they needed. Personally I always enjoyed seeing the REAL people. Only way an average kid could learn about other nationality's. I always thought they were great!
  9. brendasalazar brendasalazar, 6 years ago
    Thank you Shirley. That's my sisters name too. If you read the 5th comment and push the website you will see they used this picture on his grave marker for Jose Gonzalez-Gonzalez. It was signed to my cousin Cherilyn (born 1966)at the Pomona fair. my mom now remembers.haa .After the mystery was solved. Thank you again!
  10. vanskyock24 vanskyock24, 6 years ago
    it looks like klinger on mash you know the one that wore a dress alot to try to get out of the army. dont know his real name but you can look it up.
  11. jackofalltrades, 6 years ago
    Hey , Just a side note , this Gentleman also was a singer and had at least one popular tune ,"Tacos for Two ". Worth hearing if you can search it up . Jack
  12. brendasalazar brendasalazar, 10 days ago
    @jackofalltrades I will do that. Thank you

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