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When you think of the American cowboy, a certain image springs to mind. You picture a stalwart, clean living hero astride a noble horse who is always ready to right wrongs and champion the cause of justice. Such westerners may have populated the real West but most likely the above mentioned description owes its existence to... TOM MIX. Tom Mix was the first of the colorful, escapist motion picture cowboys. 

He was also the most successful. It is hard to measure that success by today's standards. At the peak of his motion picture career he was paid in excess of $17,000.00 per week, a sum greater than any other salary earned by a Western star. Consider that at this point in history, circa 1920, the average hourly wage was 30 or 40 cents. Movie theater tickets were a nickel or a dime. This was before income tax. Tom Mix made millions for every studio that contracted him. He was one of the most popular men in the country loved by children and adults alike. His juvenile fan club boasted two million members.

His film career spanned 25 years from 1910 to 1935. During that time he starred in between 300 and 400 films. An exact number is not known as few of his films exist today. Many of them have deteriorated and others were disposed of by the studios. Regardless of the precise count, Tom Mix's film output was phenomenal.

In 1940, Tom was driving alone in his custom made Cord high performance automobile when he suffered a fatal accident. He swerved at 50 miles per hour to avoid a road crew. A metal suitcase in the back of the car was flung forward and struck the Western star in the back of the head. This freak accident broke Tom's neck. Suddenly, the greatest Western star in the history of the cinema was dead at age 60. 

The phenomenal popularity of Tom Mix lived on, however. The Tom Mix radio program continued through 1950... 10 years beyond his death. His comic book, began in 1947, continued until 1953, ceasing only because the publisher dropped its comic book line. Another generation grew up with Tom Mix through radio and comics.

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1.  Tom Mix and the Terror Trail - A Big Little Book

2.  Tom Mix in the Fighting Cowboy - A Big Little Book

3.  Tom Mix and the Stranger From The South - A Big Little Book

5.  Tom Mix Stories from Fawcett's Master Comics - Vol 1

From Master Comics: 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 191

6.  Tom Mix Stories from Fawcett's Master Comics - Vol 2

From Master Comics: 102, 103, 105, 106, 108, 110

7.  Tom Mix Stories from Fawcett's Master Comics - Vol 3

From Master Comics: 112, 113, 114, 118, 119, 120, 121

8.  Tom Mix Stories from Fawcett's WOW Comics 65, 66, 67, 68, 69

 Tom Mix  and Hopalong Cassidy Stories From Fawcett Master Comics-Vol 2: # 90, 91, 97, 109, 114, 127, 130, 131

02.  Tom Mix in Fighting Cowboy- Popular # 04 (1936)

03.  Tom Mix in Fence War - Crackajack # 03 (1938)

04.  Tom Mix in Payroll Bandits - Crackajack # 14 (1938) 

Tom Mix Circus Route Book -1937 (39 pages)- When Tom Mix retired from movies, he bought a Circus and toured with it for 5 years.


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