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appeared twice in The Rifleman ―
The Hero and Dead
Cold Cash as a Townsman.
Besides The Rifleman, Dave only appeared in one other TV Series,
The Adventures of Jim Bowie (1957).
He first appeared
in Street Angel in 1928. He has
over thirty credits to his name. His list of
movies are: Nevada Smith (1966) ― One Foot
in Hell (1960) ― Man of a Thousand Faces
(1957) ― Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (1957) ―
Kiss of Fire (1955) ― Calamity Jane
(1953) ― The Juggler (1953) ― Against All
Flags (1952) ― The World in His Arms
(1952) ― Tarzan's Peril (1951) ―
Lonesome (1950) ― The Sundowners (1950) ―
South of St. Louis (1949) ― California
(1947) ― Sinbad, the Sailor (1947) ―
Dangerous Millions (1946) ― Two Years Before
the Mast (1946) ― The Little Witch (1945)
― Sudan (1945) ― Lost in a Harem
(1944) ― Background to Danger (1943) ―
Lady of Burlesque (1943) ― The Sea Hawk
(1940) ― Mr. Moto's Last Warning (1939) ―
Ramona (1936) ― Under Two Flags (1936) ―
Song and Dance Man (1936) ― We Live Again
(1934) ― Young America (1932).In several of
these movies he had used his expertise with the whip
Dave Kashner was
born in Palestine, native language Hebrew, working
as an assistant cutter in films.
A former cattleman, he was so skillful in handling
whips that also his harmless lashes seemed to be
An expert with the whip, he was often employed in
flogging scenes. He could cut cigarettes out of
actors' mouths, fire a gun by lashing the trigger,
and snap objects out of their mid-air flight. He
made his own leather-braided whips, ranging from 6
to 25 feet, which often took months to complete.
Born March 4, 1896 in
Died February 4, 1985 in Los Angeles, California
Thanks to Phillip Arnold for giving
this Cowboy his credit due!
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