Recognizing the unsung heroes of the movie industry
Oct 17, 2012
Gary "Gray" Johnson (1939-2001) got his start working with his Dad in the Wild West Stunt Shows at Corriganville in the 1950's.
Gray appeared as "Dusty Cooper" at Corriganville.
Gary had to change his first name to Gray because there was already a Gary Johnson listed in the Screen Actors Guild.
Below: Gray had an acting role in "Werewolves on Wheels" (1971)
Below: In "Freebie and the Bean" (1975), Gray is the passenger and Jim Nickerson is the driver as the car jumps across a moving train.
Gray with James Caan and Alan Arkin in "Freebie and the Bean" (1975)
Below: Gray (right) in "The Gumball Rally" (1976)
Below: Gray, doubling Steve Railsback, did a couple of spectacular leaps in Richard Rush's "The Stunt Man" (1980)
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