A Local Legend
Born Edward Earl Terry in Coxville, Indiana
-Tex Terry, the"bad man of the movies" was gun downed and thrown off cliffs more times than he himself could remember. He starred in many "B western movies" where he was known as the "heavy" He said he got the opportunity to work much more by playing the bad man, there were simply more parts.

Tex started his movie career after serving in the US Calvary, in the 1922 silent movie, "The Big Oregon Woods".

His last movie was in 1972 in the "Strangers". His most famous role was Brizzard in the 1958 version of  "The Oregon Trail".

He also appeared in several television series such as, "Gun Smoke", "Death Valley Days", "Have Gun Will Travel", "Wagon Train" and "The Lone Ranger".


Come experience a part of history with your visit to Rock Run Cafe & Bakery where you can see his personal collection of movie memorabilia and more, or learn more about him at TexTerry.com

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The Oregon Trail with Tex Terry and Fred McMurray