Actor | Producer | Director
In January 1934 it was announced in industry trade papers that he had been signed by Warner Bros. to make a movie in England at Warner's Teddington Studios, to be entitled "The Cowboy of London". The movie was never made, possibly due to Gibson's ...
I hired out to be an Indian in the morning then turned cowboy and chased myself all afternoon. They paid five dollars a day and two-fifty extra to fall off a horse. Make it ten dollars and I'll let him [the horse] kick me to death.
Edmund Richard Gibson
Tekamah, Nebraska, USA
Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA
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