Gene Alsace

Aug 4, 1902


A rather nondescript B-Western supporting player, Gene Alsace (born Rockford G. Camron) was Tim McCoy's stunt double before being awarded the starring role in 1935's Gun Smoke (aka Gunsmoke on the Guadalupe) a very low-budget oater ostensibly produced by rodeo rider Monte Montana. Alsace, who used the moniker Buck Coburn for the occasion, was supported… More


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