Harry Carey Jr. (b. 1921) the son of actor Harry Carey (1878–1947 an American actor. He has appeared in over 90 films (several were Westerns directed by John Ford) and numerous television series. A respected character actor like his father, Carey appeared in several Westerns. He made four films with director Howard Hawks: Red River, which also featured his father (although they never shared a scene), Monkey Business, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, and Rio Bravo.

His Father Called Him Dobe: A look at Harry Carey, Jr., who appeared in over 90 films and is known for his work with Director John Ford, including the films Rio Grande and She Wore a Yellow Ribbon He also appeared in Bonanza and Gunsmoke.

Harry Caray - the voice behind the games - great childhood memories.

One of the funniest audio clips I have ever heard of 2 great Chicago Cubs broadcasters, Harry Caray and Ron Santo. Harry asks Ron about his hairpiece.

HARRY CAREY JR. -  Very good actor and the son of Harry Carey Sr.  I remember him in the movie "The Searchers" with John Wayne.

- Very good actor and the son of Harry Carey Sr. He was in many John Wayne movies such as "The Searchers" with John Wayne.

Harry Carey Sr., silent to talkies film actor, father of Harry Carey, Jr (Straight Shooters, Cheyenne Harry series) 1878-1947

, silent to talkies film actor, father of Harry Carey, Jr (Straight Shooters, Cheyenne Harry series) This is the one to whom John Wayne gave credit for teaching him his walk and talk.

Harry Carey, Sr....1878-1947....Silent Westerns....Horse's name was Sunny....John Wayne thought of him as a "Father Figure"....

Harry Carey Popular cowboy of silent movies — (filmography) Henry DeWitt Carey II Sunny

Harry Carey (January 16, 1878 – September 21, 1947) was an American actor and one of silent film's earliest superstars.

Harry Carey (January 1878 – September was an American actor and one of silent film's earliest superstars. He was the father of Harry Carey Jr., who was also a prominent actor.

Harry Carey ( 1878 – 1947) was one of silent film's earliest superstars. He was the father of Harry Carey Jr., who was also a prominent actor.  Carey is best remembered as one of the first stars of the Western film genre. One of his most popular roles was as the good-hearted outlaw Cheyenne Harry.

Harry Carey was one of silent film's earliest superstars. One of his most popular roles was as the good-hearted outlaw Cheyenne Harry.

THREE GODFATHERS (1948) - John Wayne, Harry Carey Jr. & Pedro Armendariz come to the aid of Mildred Natwick and her infant child - Directed by John Ford - MGM - Publicity Still.

THREE GODFATHERS with Harry Carey Jr. & Pedro Armendariz come to the aid of Mildred Natwick and her infant child - Directed by John Ford

Harry Carey Jr.-Navy-WW2- (Actor-made over 90 films) photo shows him visiting his father Harry Carey on leave

May 1921 – December was an American actor. He served with the United States Navy during World War II. Photo shows him visiting his father Harry Carey on leave

Harry Carey - candid shot of veteran cowboy movie star. (All to silent movies time) He played Hopalong Cassidy. He had a remarkable voice that one knew it was Harry Carey.

Image of Harry CareyBorn in New York City to a Judge of Special Sessions who was also president of a sewing machine company. Grew up on City Island, New York. Attended Hamilton Military Academy and turned down an appointment to West Point to attend New Yo

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Henry George "Dobe" Carey, Jr. (May 16, 1921 – December 27, 2012), known as Harry Carey, Jr., was an American actor. He appeared in over 90 films including several John Ford Westerns, as well as numerous television series.

Carey in Rio Grande Henry George "Dobe" Carey, Jr. (May 1921 – December known as Harry Carey, Jr., was an American actor. He appeared in more than ninety films including several John Ford westerns as well as numerous television series.

Bucking Broadway (1917)    Harry Carey / Molly Malone

Bucking Broadway (1917) Harry Carey / Molly Malone

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