Do you remember going to the movies to see Gene Autry, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, the Lone Ranger, Rex Allen and others? They were really big-time in small-town America. Small-town America had no idea they were Class B movies and all that their little theaters could probably afford.
They were just Fun! Going to the movie on Saturday afternoon was the thing all kids looked forward to doing. The serials that left us wondering how our heroine was going to get away from that buzz saw that she was strapped on a conveyor belt and heading toward occupied our thoughts all week.
In games we could be either cowboys or Indians. This photo is priceless. The boys are dressed to the hilt as cowboys. The youngest one maybe didn't know what an Indian or a cowboy was but his dad and mother did and dressed him to the hilt also. In old photos the sepia toned ones are as good as the old black and white ones, don't you agree?