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Reno Browne (1921–1991)

American B-Western actress. Growing up in her native Reno, Nevada, she made her entree into films with small parts in films shooting on location in the Reno area. She travelled to Hollywood and got work as a trick rider and stuntwoman and eventually as a leading lady in low- budget Westerns for Monogram and Republic. She starred opposite Johnny ... See full bio »


(age 70) in Reno, Nevada, USA

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Known For

Riders of the Dusk Nora Neal
Across the Rio Grande Sally Blaine
Range Land Doris Allen
Haunted Trails Marie Martel


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 1956 Crossroads (TV Series)
 1950 Gunslingers
Libby Rawlins
 1950 Fence Riders
Jean Martin
 1949 Range Land
Doris Allen
 1949 Red Rock Outlaw
Reno - Troupe Driver Manager
 1949 Riders of the Dusk
Nora Neal
 1949 Haunted Trails
Marie Martel
 1949 West of El Dorado
Mary (as Reno Blair)
 1949 Across the Rio Grande
Sally Blaine
 1949 Shadows of the West
Virginia Grayson
 1948 Frontier Agent
Sandra Kerrigan (as Reno Blair)
 1947 The Law Comes to Gunsight
Judy Hartley (as Reno Blair)
 1947 Raiders of the South
Lynne Chambers (as Reno Blair)
 1946 The Gentleman from Texas
Diane Foster (as Reno Blair)
 1946 Under Arizona Skies
Cindy Rigby (as Reno Blair)
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 1950 Fence Riders (stunts - uncredited)

Personal Details

Other Works:

Single: "My Palomino and I" / "My Sweet Little Gal from Nevada" by Reno Browne and Her Buckeroos (Cowboy Records). NOTE: The Buckeroos were really Bill Haley and The Saddlemen, and Browne actually doesn't appear on the recording though it is credited to her.

Alternate Names:

Reno Blair

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Personal Quote:

[on how she got into show business] I had an agent in Hollywood who was in a barbershop getting a haircut. Next to him was producer Scott R. Dunlap who was looking for a girl for westerns who could ride horseback. The girl he'd hired before had fallen off the horse. My agent told him about me and I went out for the interview and got the job. See more »


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