Corriganville Movie Ranch
Ray "Crash" Corrigan and Corriganville

www.corriganville.net

CORRIGANVILLE
The Definitive True History
of the Ray "Crash" Corrigan Movie Ranch

Corriganville - The Definitive True History of the Ray Crash Corrigan Movie Ranch

THE CORRIGANVILLE MOVIE RANCH FILMOGRAPHY

CORRIGANVILLE MOVIE RANCH
A 1947 Tour of the Ranch by RKO

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I am currently looking for all items concerning Ray "Crash" Corrigan, including film stills, photos and/or ads for personal appearances, television shows -- anything not necessarily connected with his movie ranch. These items will be included in upcoming books: a biography and a filmography. You can contact me at


IDENTIFIED!
A BIG thank you to Gregg Anderson
for identifying the film this set was built for.
"Last of the Red Men", released by Columbia in 1947.

INTRODUCTIONS
  An Introduction by the Webmaster
  "Can You Remember Corriganville?"
          by Stephen Lodge

  An Introduction to Corriganville
          by Ray "Crash" Corrigan

 
RAY "CRASH" CORRIGAN
  Biography
      Films & TV
        The Three Mesquiteers
        The Range Busters
        Serials
        Other Films
        As an Ape
        Television
  Filmography
  Photo Gallery
  Endorsements
  With Visitors
THE PEOPLE
  HONOR ROLL
  Elaine DuPont
  Bud Bresh
  Photos of Workers
  Celebrities
  Beauty Contests
  Wedding
  Where Are They Now
  Gone, But Not Forgotten
THE MOVIE RANCH
  History of the Ranch
  Tour of the Ranch
       Entrances to the Ranch
       Amusement Park Entrance
       Rodeos
       Fort Apache
       Dugout/Relay Station
       Corsican Village
       Silvertown page 1
       Silvertown page 2
       Silvertown page 3
       Silvertown page 4
       Mexican Village
       Ray Corrigan's Ranch House
       Outlaw Cabins
       Church/School House
       Insert/Chase/Stagecoach Roads
       Cave
       Hide/Canyon Rock
       Robin Hood Lake/Forest
       Bridges
       Swordsman Manor

  Filmography of the Ranch
  Directions to the Ranch
  Memorabilia of the Ranch
  Filming at the Ranch
  Film Scenes at the Ranch
  Equipment used at the Ranch
  Brochures of the Ranch
  After the 1970 Fire
  After the 1979 Fire
  Then and Now
THE AMUSEMENT PARK
  Stories of the Ranch
       From the Workers
       From the Guests
  The Stunt Shows
       An Overview
       Stunt Class
       Stunt Rehearsals
       Gunfights
       Fight Routines
       Indians
       Hangings
       The General Store
       Early Street Shows
       Bob Bickston Collection
  Horses
  Hard Work
  Rides
  Corriganville Signs
  Photographs
       Larry Parson & Bud Bresh Collection
       Bob Bickston Collection
       Thom Bresh Collection
       Finn Colin Collection
       Jack McElroy Collection
       Jesse Wayne Collection
       Sandy Manring Collection
       Wild Bill Babcock Collection
       Lucky & Bea Bergmann Collection
       Lloyd & Mickey Straight Collection
       Sharon Bates Collection
       JoAnn Speidel Collection
       Kevin R. Hogan Collection
       James Overman Collection (in color)
       Dan Lefranc Collection
       By Visitors to the Ranch
MISCELLANEOUS
  Reunions
  Parties
  Motorcycle Races
  Corriganville Motion Picture Academy
  Corriganville Park Master Plan
  Beauty of the Ranch
  A Final Message from "Deadeye" Corrigan
 
MORE
  Website Changes
  Recommended Links
  Reference Works
 thanks Acknowledgements & Thanks
 

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SOUVENIR BOOK
MOVIE LOCATION BOOKSTORE
 
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Once known as Tommy Bresh (son of the Corriganville photographer, Bud Bresh), THOM BRESH is now a famous performer. Visit his web site which includes a great Corriganville section.

Please take a moment and visit The Old Corral. It's a wonderful site.

The Old Corral is a great site and a favorite of this webmaster. Much information and many, many photographs of our western heroes and badmen; includes a section on Corriganville.

 
  Interested in what a film/television set looks like "behind the scenes"?   
Check out our associated web page,
 
BEHIND THE SCENES

 

   Interested in film locations for
westerns, serials, adventure, drama, horror, and more?   
Check out our companion web page,
 
MOVIE MAKING LOCATIONS PLUS

 

Many of the old-time photographs on this site are by the people who worked at the ranch or visited the ranch as well as ranch historians from their personal collections and are being used by their permission. None of these photographs may be copied or downloaded without their permission.

Many of the photographs on the site are shown smaller than the actual downloaded photograph. These photographs, when you click on them, will appear at their larger size for better viewing. Depending on your browser, the only way to differentiate those photos which can be viewed larger, is the highlight border surrounding them.

Because of the size of the individual image files and because of the number of images on most pages, you can expect long download times for most pages.

The entire contents of this Corriganville Movie Ranch web site is Copyright 1975-2012 by Jerry L. Schneider except for a select number of photographs, images, and text, which are copyrighted by their respective owners. This site has been online since July 1997.