​Golden Horseshoe Revue  ~ Main Cast

Saturday, July 16, 1955 to Sunday, October 12, 1986​​​

(* original castmembers on opening day)

(** Longest Running Castmembers)


  1. The very first run of the Golden Horseshoe Revue was Wednesday, July 13, 1955 in honor of Walt and Lillian Disney's anniversary.
  2. The second run of the Golden Horseshoe Revue was Sunday, July 17, 1955 for a media and private invitation opening.
  3. The opening of the Golden Horseshoe Revue to the general public was held in Monday, July 18, 1955.


* ** Boag, Wally * **             

  • Original  Cast as Pecos Bill from Wednesday, July 13, 1955 to Thursday, January 28, 1982.
  • Wally Boag was suggested to Walt Disney by Don Novis. They were hired by Walt Disney to co-write and perform a western 1800's saloon style show for his new theme park. Wally played the original Pecos Bill part and starred in over 39,000+ performances of the show. His last show was on Thursday, January 28, 1982 (performance # 39,5220). Wally passed away on Saturday, June 4, 2011 in Santa Monica, California.(the day before co-star Betty Taylor passed).

** Burley, Fulton **          

  • Lead Irish Tenor/emcee from 1962 to Sunday, October 12, 1986.
  • Fulton Burley was hired to replace an ailing Don Novis. He performed in over 45,000+ shows over his 24 year career with the Revue. He also voiced Michael, the parrot in the Enchanted Tiki Room. He passed away on Monday, May 7, 2007 in Carlsbad, California at the age of 84 of a heart attack. A memorial service was held for him at the Walt Disney Studios in Burbank on Monday, October 29, 2007.

Hardwick, Dick          

  • Replacement for Pecos Bill from 1982 to Sunday, October 12, 1986.
  • Dick Hardwick was hired in 1982. In 1983, he was sent to Florida to train with Bev Bergeron as a replacement for the retiring star, Wally Boag. Dick was also the lead in the Thunder Mountain Breakdown Boys and the Main Street Maniacs. Dick performed in the last show of the Golden Revue, along with Betty Taylor, Fulton Burley and Jay Meyers (doing the Police Gazette number). See cast picture to the right below.

Henry, Bert              

  • Original sub for Wally Boag for Pecos Bill from 1955 to 1976.
  • Burt Henry was​ a stand-up comedian from burlesque and recorded several "blue humor" albums. In 1975, Wally sent Bert to Florida to help train the cast for the opening of the Diamond Horseshoe Revue at Walt Disney World.

* Marsh, Judy *            

  • Original Cast - Slue Foot Sue from Wednesday, July 13, 1955 to January, 1956.
  • Judy Marsh was the original Slue Foot Sue, but left her job after 6 months.

Meyer, Jay 

  • Sub for Fulton Burley as the Emcee/Irish Tenor from 1972 to Sunday, October 12, 1986. He was so popular and did so many shows that he became a main castmember over the years. He was known for his rendition of "Tu-ra-lu-ra." He is also the voice of one of the singing busts in the Haunted Mansion. He joined Fulton for the last show in 1986 doing the Police Gazette number.He was born in Missouri on May 20, 1923 and passed away on January 18, 2009 in Van Nuys, California.

* ​​Novis, Don * 

  • Emcee/Irish Tenor from Wednesday, July 13, 1955 to 1964 .
  • Don Novis was the original Emcee/Irish tenor and helped co-write the script for the show with Wally Boag. It was Don who asked Wally to audition for Walt for the comedy lead. Don also recorded the song "Love Is a Song" from the animated movie, Bambi. Don passed away on July 23, 1966.

** Taylor, Betty **

  • Longest running Slue-foot Sue from January, 1956 to Sunday, October 12, 1986.
  • Betty Taylor replaced Judy Marsh in January, 1956 and more than proved herself to be the perfect Slue-foot Sue as she stayed in that role for the next 30 years. Betty passed away the day after her co-star, Wally Boag on Sunday, June 5, 2011 in Coupeville, Washington at the age of 91.

* Watson, Jack *

  • Original Pre-show performer ~ Sunday, July 17, 1955 to 19__.
  • Jack Watson was the original pre-show performer who would warm up the audience by leading a sing-a-long and playing the banjo. After he left, he was replaced by slides with lyrics and a soundtrack.

Wheeler, Jim  

  • Emcee/Irish Tenor ~ Late 195_ to 19__.
  • Jim Wheeler was chosen to sub for Don Novis and eventually joined the Dapper Dans in the late 1960's.


​​​Golden Horseshoe Revue ~ Understudies

Saturday, July 16, 1955 to Sunday, October 12, 1986

Adams, Jim 

  • Sub for Wally Boag in the Comedy lead as Pecos Bill from 1970 to 1982.
  • Jim left to pursue a career venture with Wally Boag and later, became a professional puppeteer at his own company.

Bergeron, Bev  

  • Sub for Wally Boag in the Comedy lead in 1971 at Disneyland and 1971 to 1987 at Walt Disney World.
  • Bev was trained by Bert Henry at Disneyland for several months before being sent to Walt Disney World for the opening of the Diamond Horseshoe Revue. There he was trained by Wally Boag, who was temporarily stationed in Florida to oversee the Revue Show.  That show started training the first week of September, 1971 and opened on Friday, October 1, 1971. Slue Foot Sue was played by 40's MGM musical star, Martha Steward. Wally stayed until 1974 when Bev became the shows' director. In 1983, he trained a young Dick Hardwick for the lead role to replace a retiring Wally Boag. He also produced, wrote and directed the Pioneer Hall Show at Camp Wilderness in Walt Disney World.

Daniels, Dana  

  • Sub for Dick Hardwick in the comedy lead from 1983 to 1986. He went on to have his own show called the Golden Horseshoe Variety Show.

Dowd, Mick  

  • Pre-show performer/Singing Waiter from 1965 to 1967.

Frank, Fred  

  • Sub for Fulton Burley as Emcee/Irish Tenor from 1982 to 1986.
  • Fred Frank was a member of the Dapper Dans in the 1960's. He performed at the Golden Horseshoe around 1960 to 1961 with Roger Axworthy, John Borneman and T. J. Marker. He also worked in the Mickey Finn Show. He started as a sub for Fulton Burley in 1982 until 1986. Fred passed away on Sunday, April 15, 2012 at the age of 76.

Fugal, Lee

  • Pre-show performer from 1965 to 1967 (for 3 summers). 
  • ​He performed in a pre-show which replaced the slide preshow. He played tonkytonk piano, trumpet, banjo and drums (sometimes all at the same time). He also played in the band during the show.He sang in the Hootenanny in 1966. He left in 1967 to return to college.

Grimm, Shelby

  • Sub for Fulton Burley as the Emcee/Irish Tenor from 1982 to 1986.
  • Shelby Grimm started in the Golden Horseshoe Revue doing the evening shows. He worked with Dick Hardwick and Kirk Wall. He also did the Hoop Dee Doo Revue in Japan at Tokyo Disneyland and sang with the Dapper Dans in 1984.

Hardwick, Dick

  • Understudy for Wally Boag from 197_ until he became Wally replacement in 1982.

Henry, Bert

  • Emcee/Irish Tenor from 1955 to 1976.
  • Bert Henry started at the Golden Horseshoe in 1955 as Wally's original sub in the role of the Traveling Salesman/Pecos Bill. Bert was a comedian who recorded several albums and performed in night clubs. Little else is known about him after he stopped working in 1976.

Lewis, Martha

  • Sub for Betty Taylor in the night shows from 19__ to 19__.

Nash, Bob

  • Sub for Fulton Burley as the Emcee/Irish Tenor from 1965 to 19__.

​Norris, Mike

  • Sub for Dick Hardwick as the comedy lead of Pecos Bill from 1980's to ____.

Pate, John

  • Sub for Dick Hardwick as the comedy lead from 1980's to 19__.

Payne, Don

  • Sub for Jim Adams as the comedy lead from 1977 to 1981.
  • Don Payne was the only male sub to perform in both the Revue and Jamboree Shows. He started at Disneyland in 1967 in the character/entertainment division. He left in 1982 and returned in 1986 to do the Jamboree Show until 1987. Don currently lives in the high desert area and sells real estate.

Petska, Steve

  • Sub for Dick Hardwick as the comedy lead from 1983 to 1986.

Reinhardt, Kevin 

  • Sub for Fulton Burley as the comedy lead from 1980's to 1986. 
  • As well as the Golden Horseshoe Revue, he performed in the Hoop-Dee-Doo Revue at Tokyo Disneyland and performed the entire show in Japanese.

Schneider, Ron 

  • Sub for Wally Boag and Dick Hardwick as the comedy lead from 1980 to 1982.
  • Ron Schneider auditioned in December, 1979 and was hired by Sonny Anderson and Wally Boag to start in April, 1980 as a sub for Wally Boag. Ron left in 1982 to create and perform the character of Dream Finder for Walt Disney World's EPCOT Center in the new Imagination Pavilion.

Wall, Kirk

  • Sub for Dick Hardwick as the comedy lead from 1983 to 1986.
  • Kirk Wall worked as a sub for Dick Hardwick, as well as playing in various bluegrass bands, parades and events such as State Fair and Blast to the Past. He was a member of the Barley Boys for Pigmania and an original member of Billy Hill and the Hillbillies. Kirk performed as Billy Hill and the Hillbillies 5 days a week at the Golden Horseshoe or Big Thunder Ranch Arena. He is currently at Knott's Berry Farm as Krazy Kirk and the Hillbillies.


Golden Horseshoe Revue ~ Dancers​

Saturday, July 16, 1955 to Sunday, October 12, 1986


Babcock, Judy 

  • Can-can dancer from 196__ to 19__.

Babcock, Terry 

  • Can-can dancer from 1976 to 19__.

Barrett, Vicki 

  • Can-can dancer from 197_ to 19__.

Barrileaux, Bonnie  

  • Can-can dancer from 197_ to 19__.

Bozikis, Demetra 

  • Can-can dancer from 1978 to 1986.
  • Demetra (Dee Dee) currently works at Disneyland and choreographed the 2013 Tribute to the Golden Horseshoe.

Diamond, Denise 

  • Can-can dancer from 19__ to 19__.

Doak, Shirley 

  • Can-can dancer from 19__ to 19__.

Donovan, Jody  

  • Singing Waitress & sub for Betty Taylor from 1965 to 1967.
  • Jody passed away in 1995.

Dragon, Arlene  (Nelson)

  • Can-can dancer from 19__ to 19__.

Dunn, Claudia (Hardwick) 

  • Can-can dancer [married Dick Hardwick] from 1971 to 1986.
  • She worked at the park for 20 years and met Dick Hardwick in 1980.

Edminston, Suzie 

  • Can-can dancer from 1966 to 1967.

Flynn, Sally 

  • Singing Waitress from 1967 to 1967

Gallardo, Denise 

  • Can-can dancer from 1973 to 1975.

Garuno, Barbara (Trembley)

  • Can-can dance from 1967 to 1968.

Giardino, Dolores (Bice)

  • Singing Waitress from 1964 to 1966.
  • Dolores Bice passed away Friday, December 7, 2007.

Gormley, Patti  

  • Can-can dancer from 1976 to 1978.
  • Patti Gormley passed away on June 26, 2009.

Griffiths, Sandy 

  • Singing Waitress from 1967 to 1967.

Grinis, Beverly 

  • Can-can dancer from 1976 to 19__.

Guilfoyle, Glenda 

  • Can-can dancer from 1955 to 19__.
  • Glenda dances in the Palm Springs Follies. She was personally auditioned by Walt Disney. She holds the current Guinness book of records for the longest career as a showgirl.

Johnson, Joan  

  • Can-can dancer from 1965 to 19__.

Kaut, Diane  (Underwood)

  • Can-can dancer from 1974 to 1977

Kaye, Toni  

  • Can-can dancer from 19__ to 19__.

Keller, Carol 

  • Can-can dancer from 19__ to 19__.

Kellogg, Kay 

  • Can-can dancer and sub for Betty Taylor from 19__ to 19__.

Keany, Keri 

  • Can-can dancer from 19__ to 19__.

King, Linda 

  • Can-can dancer from 19__ to 19__.

Knowlton, Janice 

  • Can-can dancer from 1970 to 1973.
  • Passed away on Friday, March 5, 2004 (suicide).

LeMone, Karen 

  • Can-can dancer from 1965 to 19__.

Lescauly, Jill (McDaniel)

  • Can-can dancer from 1980 to 1986.

Lugo, Rikki 

  • Can-can dancer from 19__ to 19__.
  • She was taught by Tom Mahoney. She danced in the movie, Babes in Toyland and modeled for Pendleton Wool. She also appeared in parades as a can-can girl.

Lugo, Tobrina  (Longo)

  • Can-can dancer from 19__ to 19__.

Miller, Judi  

  • Can-can dancer from 19__ to 19__.

Mills, Christine  

  • Can-can dancer from 1970 to 1970.

Mouron, Linda  

  • Can-can dancer from 19__ to 19__.

Pangborn, Teri 

  • Singing Waitress from 1976 to 19__.

Parker, Charlotte 

  • Can-can dancer from 19__ to 19__.

Riddit, Sandy  (MacIntosh)

  • Can-can dancer from 19__ to 19__.

Rose, Gerri  

  • Can-can dancer and sub for Betty Taylor from 1960's to 1971.
  • Gerri was sent to Florida to play the last Slue-foot Sue at the Diamond Horseshoe Revue on Wednesday, October 1, 1986. She also sang at Disneyland's Carnation Plaza with the Bill Elliott Band occasionally.

Robinson, Terry 

  • Can-can dancer and sub for Betty Taylor from 197__ to 19__. She also worked the night shows in the Class of '27 with Sonny Helmer.

Reed, Susan 

  • Can-can dancer from 1955 to 19__.

Sasseen, Victoria (Miller)

  • Can-can dancer  from 1969 to 19__.

Shamel, Gail  

  • Can-can dancer  from 1965 to 19__.

​Spicer, DeAnne (Todd)

  • Can-can girl in NIght time Revue from 19__ to 19__.

Stuart, Martha 

  • Can-can dancer and sub for Betty Taylor from 19__ to 19__.

Terry, Toni 

  • Can-can dancer from 1961 to 1962.
  • Toni auditioned for Walt Disney and Tommy Mahoney and was a lead dancer in 1961. Her photo appeared on a Disneyland postcard featuring the Golden Horseshoe Revue. She is wearing the red can-can dress.

Towers, Shirley  

  • Can-can dancer from 1955 to 19__.

Unknown, Chris 

  • Can-can dancer from 19__ to 19__.

Unknown, Gretchen  

  • Can-can dancer from 19__ to 19__.

Unknown, Helen 

  • Can-can dancer from 19__ to 19__.

Unknown, Jennifer  

  • Can-can dancer from 19__ to 19__.

Unknown, Leslie 

  • Can-can dancer from 19__ to 19__.

Unknown, Maxine  

  • Can-can dancer from 19__ to 19__.

Unknown, Tammy 

  • Can-can dancer from 19__ to 19__.

Unknown, Tina 

  • Can-can dancer from 19__ to 19__.

Valentine, Marita (Orr)

  • Can-can dancer from 1965 to 1967.
  • Martina was sent to Florida to perform the part of Slue Foot Sue at the Diamond Horseshoe at Walt Disney World. She also worked as the choreographer.

Waldner, Jeanne 

  • Can-can dancer from 196__ to 19__. 
  • She appears in a publicity photo with singing waitress, Dolores Bice

Wallace, Judy  (Carlson)

  • Can-can dancer and sub for Betty Taylor from 1964 to 1986.

Watson, Gloria 

  • Can-can dancer from 1955 to 19__.

Wheeler, Linda 

  • Can-can dancer and sub for Betty Taylor  from 197_ to 19__.

Whitney, Georgeen 

  • Can-can dancer from 1980 to 1986.

Young, Heather 

  • Singing waitress from 1967 to 1967.


Golden Horseshoe Revue ~ Musicians

Saturday, July 16, 1955 to Sunday, October 12, 1986

*original castmember


Beamsley, Don 

  • Piano – sub from 19__ to 19__.

Conti, Sam 

  • Unknown Instrument from  19__ to 19__ .

Erickson, Eddie 

  • Banjo from 19__ to 19__ [for 3 years] .

Fenno, Dick  

  • Drums from 1961 to 1967.

Fugal, Lee  

  • Piano, drums, banjo & trombone from 1960's to 19__.  He also did a pre-show playing several instruments at once.

King, Jerry*  

  • Original Revue Drummer from 1955 to 1978 .
  • Jerry King passed away on Saturday, January 8, 2005. 

LaVere, Charles*  

  • Original Revue Pianist and composer from 1955 to 1960 and again in 1970.

Olsen, R. Dale* 

  • Trumpet from 1955 to 1990.
  • He original member of the band, he went on to play in the Jamboree show and was on medical leave in 1990 and did not re-audition for the trumpet spot in the band.

McCabe, Chuck  

  • Banjo, Bass & guitar from 19__ to 19__.

McConnell, Mark

  • ​Played in 1979 with the band, Handpicked, as nighttime entertainment in the Golden Horseshoe along with Dick Hardwick, and dancers, Terry Robinson and Nancy Osborne.

Miller, Rod  

  • Piano sub from 19__ to 19__. He went on to perform at Coke Corner for many years.

Patterson, Mel* 

  • Original Revue drummer from July, 1955 to January, 1958, was replaced by Jerry King.

Plummer, Gene 

  • Piano from 19__ to 19__.

Potter, Fred 

  • Drummer from 1962 to 1968.

Rossi, Vince  

  • Piano from 1965 to 1988.
  • Born on January 17, 1920, he served as the musical director. He passed away on January 16, 2008 in Santa Ana, California.

Rowe, Ronald 

  • Piano from 1969 to 1985.

Seaberg, George  

  • Trumpet from 1955 to 1959

Spencer, Quinn 

  • Banjo from 19__ to 19__.

Stevens, Chris 

  • Drummer from 19__ to 19__. (for 15 years)

Tracy, Ted  

  • Trumpet sub from 19__ to 19__.

Wylie, Frank*  

  • Original Revue Trumpeter from 1955 to 19__.


Golden Horseshoe Revue ~ Backstage Castmembers

Saturday, July 16, 1955 to Sunday, October 12, 1986


Adams, Ralph 

  • Original Stage Manager/ Sound Tech from 1955 to the late 196_.

Adair, Tom 

  • Lyricist - co-wrote the lyrics to many of Revue songs with Charles LeVere from 1955 to 19__.

Anderson, Bernice  

  • Costume coordinator from 19__ to 19__.

Davis, Bobby  

  • Stage Manager/Sound Tech from 19__ to 1994.
  • Bobby Davis passed away on Saturday, August 30, 2008.

Mulberry, Bryan  

  • Designed & built audio systems in the Golden Horseshoe from 1964 to 1976.

Nelson, Mariam ~

  • Choreographer from 1955. She was still alive as of the 60th anniversary of the park in 2015.

Unknown, Steve ~

  • Stage Manager from 19__ to 19__.

Watson, Ruby ~ 

  • Job Unknown from 19__ to 19__.


Golden Horseshoe Revue ~ Food Service Castmembers

Saturday, July 16, 1955 to Sunday, October 12, 1986



Conroy, Judi 

  • Food Service  from 1958 to 19__.

Coyle, Jerry  

  • Doorman/Bartender from 1964 to 1965.

Freyer, John 

  • Job Unknown from 1977 to 1981.

MacKenzie, Rob  

  • Fountain Man from 1972 to 1979.

Rubin, Craig 

  • Food Service  from 1975 to 1980.

Smith, Oliver  

  • Doorman/Bartender from 1959 to 1966.

Unknown, Shirley  

  • Food Service from 1955 to 19__.

Unknown, Vera  

  • Food Service from 1955 to 19__.



 The Golden Horseshoe Yahoo Revue

From 1979 (?) to Thursday, August 2, 1984

An evening version of this show entitled "The Golden Horseshoe Yahoo Revue closed on Thursday, August 2, 1984.


McConnell, Mark

  • ​Played in 1979 with the band, Handpicked, as nighttime entertainment in the Golden Horseshoe along with Dick Hardwick, and dancers, Terry Robinson and Nancy Osborne.

Dick Hardwick

  • Character Actor and Musician played from ____ to ____.

Terry Robinson

  • Character Actor - female lead from ____ to ____.

Nancy Osborne

  • Character Actor - female lead from ____ to ____.


Firehouse Five Plus Two 

From 1949 to Wednesday, November 17, 1971

Firehouse Five Plus Two often played at the Golden Horseshoe over the years.

**Original five members included: Ward Kimball, Clarke Mallery, Jimmy MacDonald, Ed Penner and Frank Thomas.

They recorded an album live at the Golden Horseshoe on Friday and Saturday, July 27-28, 1962.

Songs included: Anvil Stomp, Muskrat Ramble, You've Got To See Momma Every Night, Lassus Trombone, Coney Island Washboard, Ja-Da, Baby Won't You Please Come Home and Tiger Rag.

Their last performance was at the Anaheim Convention Center on Wednesday, November 17, 1971.


Alguire, Danny

  • Musician - trumpet/cornet from 19__ until 1968.
  • He was born on August 30, 1914 in Oklahoma. He played with Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys. He was a Walt Disney Studio musician. He replaced Johnny Lucas on trumpet/cornet and passed away on July 8, 1992 in Oregon.

Brun, George

  • Musician - tuba from 19__ to 1969.
  • He was born on July 3, 1914 in Oregon. He subbed for Ward Kimball on trombone and worked as a Walt Disney Studio composer. He wrote the Ballad of Davy Crockett and songs for the original Mickey Mouse Club. He was married to Ilene Woods, who voiced Cinderella. He reitred in 1976 and passed away on May 23, 1983 in Oregon.

Ecklund, K.O.

  • Musician - piano from 19__ until 1969.
  • He subbed for Frank Thomas on piano.

Forrest, Eddie

  • Musician - drums and salad spoons from 19__ until 1969.
  • He replaced Monte Mountjoy.

Goff, Harper

  • Musician - banjo from 1955 until 19__.
  • He was born on March 16, 1911 in Fort Collins, Colorado. He worked at Disney Studios as a commercial artist and set designer for Imagineering. He passed away on March 3, 1993 in Palm Springs, California.

**Kimball, Ward

  • Musician - An original member who played trombone from 1955 to 1971.
  • He was born on March 4, 1914 in Minnesota. He worked as an animator and helped Walt with train inspired attractions. He was the only member to stay the full 22 years. He passed away on July 8, 2002 in Los Angeles, California.

Kinch, Don

  • Musician - trumpet from 19__ to 19__.
  • He subbed for Danny Alguire and played the helicon (member of the tuba family).

Lucas, Johnny

  • ​Musician - trumpet from 1955 until 19__.
  • He only played up to the 1st recording session. He was replaced by Danny Alguire.

**Mallery, Clarke

  • An original member who played clarinet from 1955 until 19__.
  • He was a Walt Disney Studio animator who worked on Song of the South.

Mountjoy, Monte

  • Musician - drums from 19__ to 19__.
  • He replaced Jim McDonald on drums and played from 19__ to 19__.

**McDonald, Jimmy

  • An original Member who played the drums from 1955 until 19__.
  • Jimmy was born on May 19, 1906 in Cheshire, England. He was a studio animator, the voice of Mickey Mouse and he started the sound department and did sound effects. He passed away on February 1, 1991 in Glendale, California.

Newman, Billy

  • Musician - banjo from 19__ to 1968.
  • He replaced Dick Roberts.

**Penner, Erdman "Ed"

  • An ​original member who played the bass sax and later the tuba from 1955 to 19__.
  • He was born on January 17, 1905 in Canada. He worked as a storyman for the Walt Disney Studio on Peter Pan, Alice in Wonderland, Lady and the Tramp, Cinderella and many others. He passed away on November 10, 1956 in Los Angeles, California.

Probert, George

  • Musician - soprano saxophone and clarinet from 19__ to 1971.
  • He was born on March 5, 1927 in Los Angeles, California. He was a musical director at the studio. He replaced Ed Penner on saxophone. He passed away on January 10, 2015.

Roberts, Dick

  • Musician - banjo from 19__ until 1971.
  • He replaced Harper Goff on Banjo and worked as a studio musician.

Smith, John

  • He subbed for George Probert from 19__ to 19__.

**Thomas, Frank

  • He was an original member who played piano from 1955 until 19__.
  • Frank was born on September 5, 1912 in Fresno, California. He was an animator (one of the nine old men) and an animation director and was known for handling the animation of the more emotional scenes. He was called "the Picasso of animation". He passed away on September 8, 2004.




Class of '27 Nighttime Show ~ Castmembers

For 8 Years in the 1970's

Barth, Bunny

  •  Singer-dancer from 197_ to 19__. She worked for 4 years September thru May.

Erickson, Eddie

  • Musician - banjo from 197_ to _____

Gibson, Boneaux

  • Singer-dancer from 197_ to ____

Helmer, Sonny

  • Musician - trombone, 197_ to ____

Holton, Jerry

  • Musician - Banjo and Clarinet, 1971 to 1979

Robinson, Terry

  • Singer - dancer, 197_ to ____

​Raggio, Bob

  • Musician - Doo-hickey (washboard) from 19__ to 19 __.

Westenhoffer, Lee

  • Musician - Tuba from 19__ to 19__.



Golden Horseshoe Jamboree Show ~ Main Cast

Saturday, November 1, 1986 to Sunday, December 18, 1994


Bell, Judy

  • Original Miss Lily from 1986 to 1994 
  • Currently dances in the Palm Springs Follies

Beadle, Billy

  • Original Sam the Bartender from late 198_ to unknown
  • Billy played Santa Claus at Disneyland in the early 2000's. He passed away on Tuesday, July 26, 2005.

Denmark, Ira

  • Played Sam the Bartender from the late 198_ to 19__
  • Sam lives in New York and is a theater actor.

Christner, Gil

  • Played Sam the Bartender from late 198_ to 19__
  • Gil still does acting, comedy and voice-over work.

Giese, Kerry

  • Played Sam the Bartender from 1988 to 1992.

Holmes, David

  • Played Sam the Bartender from 19__ to 19__.

Jokubeit, Joe

  • Played Sam the Bartender from late 198_ to 19__.
  • Joe also worked with Laughing Stock Co. in Frontierland and was the Mayor on Main Street Disneyland for several events.


Golden Horseshoe Jamboree Show ~ Understudies

Saturday, November 1, 1986 to Sunday, December 18, 1994


Gillmore, Kathi

  • Subbed for Miss Lily from 1988 to 19__.

Hudson, Amanda (Giese)

  • Subbed for Miss Lily from 1990 to 1992.
  • She married Kerry Giese in 1992.

Lore, Tracy (Castellano)

  • Subbed for Miss Lily from late 198_ to 19__.

Paige, Tracy (Kent)

  • Subbed for Miss Lily from late 198_ to 19__.

Payne, Don

  • Subbed for Sam the Bartender from 1986 to 19__.

Unknown, Shirley

  • Subbed for Miss Lily from late 198_ to 19__.

Wallace, Judy (Carlson)

  • Subbed for MIss Lily (two days a week) from 1986 to 1994

Walker, Janet

  • Subbed for Miss Lily from Late 198_ to 19__.


Golden Horseshoe Jamboree Show ~ Musicians

Saturday, November 1, 1986 to Sunday, December 18, 1994


Allen, Richard

  • Played piano from late 198_ to 1994.

Angers, Paul

  • Played drums from 1990 to 1994.

Brenton, Eric

  • Wandering Fiddler from 1990 to 1992.

​Charpie, Steve

  • Played trumpet from 19__ to 19__.

Fetchet, Dennis

  • Wandering Fiddler from 1986 to 1992
  • He was laid off in 1990, but was re-hired when Danny Smith quite in 1990.

Gibson, Chris

  • Played drums from 19__ to 19__.

Kearns, Brantly

  • Wandering Fiddler from 1986 to 19__.

Marshall, Evan

  • Wandering Fiddler Sub from 1990 to 1992.

Marshall, John

  • Wandering Fiddler Sub from 1990 to 1992.

Olsen, R. Dale

  • Played trumpet from late 1986 to 1990.
  • He original member of the Revue band from 1955 to 1986 and went on to play in the Jamboree show and was on medical leave in 1990 and did not re-audition for the trumpet spot in the band.

Robinson, Rush

  • Played piano from late 198_ to 19__.

Rowe, Ronald

  • Played piano from 1986 to 1986.

Scharpie, Steve

  • Played trumpet from late 198_ to 1990.

Sevefert, Dana

  • Played piano from 1989 to 1992.

Simmons, Bret

  • Played piano from late 198_ to 199_.

Smith, Danny

  • Wandering Fiddler from 1986 to 1990.
  • He was laid off in 1990, but re-auditioned and was hired and then quit. He was replaced by Dennis Fetchet for the two days a week spot.

Stephens, Chris

  • Played drums from Late 1986 to 1994. 

Unknown, Gary

  • Played ______ from late 198_ to 19__.

Whited, John

  • Played drums from 19__ to 1990.
  • He was let go in 1990 when they laid off the entire band and held re-auditions.


Golden Horseshoe Jamboree Show ~ Female Dancers 

Saturday, November 1, 1986 to Sunday, December 18, 1994


Buskirk, Tobrina

  • Can-can dancer from late 1986 to 19__.

Court, Allison

  • Can-can dancer from late 1986 to 19__.

​Garbett, Patsy (Sly)

  • Can-can dancer from 1987 to Sunday, December 18, 1994

Juliano, Raeleen

  • Can-can dancer from late 1986 to 19__.

Lewison, Jenny (White)

  • Can-can dancer from late 1986 to 19__.

Lozano, Cathy

  • Can-can dancer from late 1986 to 19__.

Martin, Kathy (James)

  • ​Can-can dancer from late 1986 to 1994.

Nichols, Shelly

  • ​Can-can dancer from late 1986 to 19__.

Pagliassoti, Debbie

  • Can-can dancer from late 1986 to 19__.

Phelps, Melinda

  • ​Can-can dancer from late 1986 to 19__.

Simmons, Linda (Love)

  • Can-can dancer from late 1986 to 19__.

Stephens, Tammy

  • ​Can-can dancer from late 1986 to 19__.

Whitney, Georgene

  • ​Can-can dancer from late 1986 to 1989.


Golden Horseshoe Jamboree Show ~ Male Dancers

Saturday, November 1, 1986 to Sunday, December 18, 1994


Anderson, Rob

  • Cowboy Dancer from 19__ to 19__.

​Bates, Eric

  • Cowboy Dancer from 19__ to 19__.

Carthan, Andre

  • Cowboy Dancer from late 1986 to 19__.

Castellano, Roger

  • Cowboy Dancer from late 1986 to 19__.

Christian, Kirk

  • Cowboy Dancer from late 1986 to 19__.

Eaden, John

  • Cowboy Dancer from late 1986 to 1994.
  • John went on to perform in Laughing Stock Company and was a front man for the Billy Hill and the Hillbillies Gren Team when the band went to 7 days a week.

Gasti, Christopher

  • Cowboy Dancer from June, 1987 to Fall, 1988. (Usually played Cowboy Billy).

Hansen, Kirk

  • Cowboy Dancer from late 1990 to 1991.

Iverson, Gary

  • Cowboy Dancer from late 1986 to 19__.

Monte, Christian

  • Cowboy Dancer from late 1986 to 1994.

Patriquin, Kevin

  • Cowboy Dancer from late 1986 to 19__.

Schmidt, Scott

  • Cowboy Dancer from late 1986 to 19__.

Smith, Mark W.

  • Cowboy Dancer from late 1986 to 19__.

Williford, John B.

  • Cowboy Dancer from late 1986 to 19__.

Wightman, Brian

  • Cowboy Dancer from late 1986 to 19__.

Unknown, Andy

  • Cowboy Dancer from late 1986 to 19__.


Golden Horseshoe Jamboree Show ~ Backstage

Saturday, November 1, 1986 to Sunday, December 18, 1994


Cherno, Gary

  • Stage Manager and Sound Tech from 19_ to 1994.

Davis, Bobby

  • Stage manager and sound tech from 1986 to 1994.

Hodge, Donia

  • Lighting and Sound Tech from 1988 to 1994

Magness, Marilyn

  • Choreography from 19__ to 19__.

Sweet, Ernie

  • Stage Manager and Sound Tech from 1986 to 1994.

Rhoads, Jeff

  • Supervisor from 198_ to 19__.

Roach, Gene

  • No known information.

Sweet, Ernie

  • Stage Manager and Sound Tech from 1986 to 1994.

Unknown, A.J. (Shelly Nichols' Mom)

  • Dresser from 198_ to 19__.

Unknown, K.C.

  • Dresser from 198_ to 19__.

Unknown, Micki

  • ​Dresser from 198_ to 19__.


Billy Hill and the Hillbillies Show Team History
Thursday, December 22, 1994 to Monday, January 6, 2013


From Spring, 1989 to 1991.....
The original Billy Hill and the Hillbillies team in Bear/Critter Country was Kirk Wall, John, Marshall, Dennis Fetchet and Mario Hildalgo. They stayed together off and on for three years.

From Wednesday, August 5, 1992 to Sunday, December 18, 1994....
The second original Billy Hill and the Hillbillies team in Frontierland was Kirk Wall, John Marshall, Dennis Fetchet and Evan Marshall. They stayed together continually for eight years.

From Sunday, December 18, 1994 to Sunday, November 21, 1999....
The same team continued on in The Golden Horseshoe five days a week Thursday through Mondays with The Variety Show on Tuesdays and Thursdays. This team was Kirk Wall, John Marshall, Dennis Fetchet and Evan Marshall.

From Sunday, November 21, 1999 to Monday, July 17, 2000....
The same Billy Hill and the Hillbillies Team continued on together at Big Thunder Ranch five days a week from Thursday to Mondays while Woody's Round-up took over the Golden Horseshoe. This team was Kirk Wall, John Marshall, Dennis Fetchet and Evan Marshall.

From Thursday, July 20, 2000 to Thursday, October 9, 2003....
The same Billy Hill and the Hillbillies Team returned to the Golden Horseshoe. The same team of Kirk Wall, John Marshall, Dennis Fetchet and Evan Marshall continued on....

With the departure of the Golden Horseshoe Variety Show starring Dana Daniels, The Billy Hill and the Hillbillies Show went to seven days a week and three teams were created with some of the hillbillies working 5 days a week and some working 2 days a week.

Friday, October 10, 2003 to Friday, June 14, 2012~ 

  • Gold Team in Golden Horseshoe ~ Kirk Wall as front man on guitar and fiddle, Dennis Fetchet on fiddle and mandolin, Duane Michaels on fiddle and mandolin and John Marshall on fiddle and bass. This team worked Thursdays and Fridays.


Saturday, October 11, 2003 to Monday, June 17, 2012~ 

  • Blue Team in Golden Horseshoe ~ Kirk Wall as front man on guitar and fiddle, Rick Storey on Banjo and guitar, Dennis Fetchet on fiddle and mandolin and Anders Swanson on bass. This team worked Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays.


Tuesday, October 14, 2003 to Wednesday, June 12, 2012 ~ 

  • Green Team in Golden Horseshoe ~ John Eaden as front man on guitar, John David on Banjo and guitar, Duane Michaels on fiddle and mandolin and John Marshall on bass and fiddle. (This team was teasingly called 3 Johns and Duane). This team worked Tuesdays and Wednesdays.


​From Tuesday, June 18, 2012 to Monday, January 6, 2014 ~
All three teams of Billy Hill and the Hillbillies were moved to the arena stage in Big Thunder Ranch still performing with the same schedule and members and doing shows more themed to seasonal Disney character type entertainment.


Themed shows at the Big Thunder Arena included:

  • November, 2012 to Janaury, 2013 ~ Billy Hill and the Holiday Hillbillies Show
  • June 14, 2013 to July, 2013 ~ Billy Hill & the Hillbillies' Red, White and Bluegrass Show
  • November 20, 2013 to January 5, 2014 ~ Billy Hill and the Holiday Hillbillies Show


On Monday, January 6, 2014, after 25 years together, the Billy Hill and the Hillbillies Show was retired and all three teams were dismissed or moved to other shows. 

​Leaving Disneyland were Kirk Wall, Dennis Fetchet, John Marshall and John DavidAnders Swanson continued on at California Adventure working with Five and Dime, John Eaden returned full time to Laughing Stock Company. Duane Michaels became a pirate with the Bootstrappers in New Orleans Square until he left a few years later to work repairing musical instruments for school districts. John Marshall performs outside the park with his brother, Evan and for a while was a founding member of the Misky Mountain Boys. Rick Storey worked at Big Thunder Ranch performing as Tex Tumbleweed on the BBQ stage until that area was closed in 2015 to build Star Wars Land. In January of, 2014 Kirk, Dennis, Rick and Anders started to perform at Knott's Berry Farm as Krazy Kirk and the Hillbillies, where they continue to this day. (as of August, 2016)


​Billy Hill and the Hillbillies Show ~ Main Cast & Subs

Thursday, December 22, 1994 to Monday, January 6, 2013



Billy Hill & the Hillbillies ~ Main Cast

(*original member)


David, John

  • Musician/singer - guitar, Green Team from 2003 to Wednesday, January, 1, 2014. John was also a sub before starting with the green team.

Duane, Michaels

  • Musician/singer - fiddle and mandolin, Green and Gold Teams from 2003 to Friday, January 4, 2014. Duane was also a sub before starting with the gold and green teams.

Eaden, John

  • Musician/singer - Guitar, front man in green team from 2003 to Wednesday, January 1, 2014. John was also a sub for the original team as a front man for Kirk Wall.

* Fetchet, Dennis

  • Original Musician/singer - fiddle, mandolin, guitar, harmonica in the blue and gold teams from 1989 to Monday, January 6, 2013.

* Hildalgo, Mario

  • Original musician/singer - guitar, played inthe original Critter Country band from 1989 to 1991.

* Marshall, John

  • Original musician/singer - bass and fiddle in the original Critter Country show from 1989 to Friday, January 4, 2014. Also, played with both the gold and green teams. 

* Marshall, Evan

  • Original musician/singer - mandolin and fiddle in the original Frontierland Street show from Wednesday, August 5, 1992 to Thursday, October 9, 2003.

Storey, Rick

  • Musician/singer - banjo and guitar from 2002 to Monday, January 6, 2014. He played on the blue team.

Swanson, Anders

  • Musician/singer - bass from 2003 to Monday, January 6, 2014. He played on the blue team.

* Wall, Kirk

  • Original Musician/ singer and front man - guitar and fiddle in the original Critter Country show from 1989 to Monday, January 6, 2014.


Billy Hill & the Hillbillies ~ Subs

Bartel, Johnny Ray

  • Musician - bass from 2001 to 2003.

Brenton, Eric

  • Musician - fiddle from 2000 to 2013.

Chookorian, Arshag

  • Musician - guitar and percusive doo-hickey from 1994 to 2003.

Cogert, Barry

  • Musician - bass from 1994 to 2002.

Dunham, Rick

  • Musician - bass from 2001 to 2003.

Eaden, John

  • Musician - guitar and front man sub from 1995 to 2014.

Eastly, Dave

  • Musician - bass, banjo, guitar from 199_ to 2003.

Francisco, Gary

  • Musician - fiddle from 199_ to 2004.

Gregg, Kevin

  • Musician - guitar and Sub for front man from 2002 to 2006.

Hardwick, Denny

  • Musician - guitar and Sub for front man from 1995 to 20

Larue, Matt

  • Musician - guitar and Sub for front man from 2002 to 2006.

​Michaels, Duane

  • Musician,Fiddle and mandolin from 2002 to 2014.

Reynoso, Raul

  • Musician - original banjo in early cast from 1992 to 1994.

Rosier, Keith

  • Musician - bass from 2002 to 2013.

Rouse, Cory

  •  Musician - guitar and Sub for front man from 2002 to 2006.

 


​​Billy Hill and the Hillbillies Show Food Service & Techs

Thursday, December 22, 1994 to Sunday, January 6, 2013


Cherno, Gary

  • Sound and Lighting Tech from 1994 to 2014.

David, Bobby

  • Sound and Lighting Tech from 1994 to his retirement in 2007.

Evans, Scott

  • Food Services - Lead and host from 20__ to 2___.

​Roberts, Ken

  • Sound and Lighting Tech from 20__ to 20__.

Unknown, Diane

  • Sound and Lighting Tech from 20__ to 2___.

Unknown, Sumner

  • Food Services from 1994 to ____.

Unknown, David

  • Food Servies - lead from 199_ to 20__.

Unknown, Katrina

  • Food Services from 200_ to 20__.

Unknown, Cynthia

  • Food Services from 200_ to 20__.

Unknown, Doug

  • Sound and lighting at Big Thunder Ranch BBQ from 1999 to 2000. He was nicknamed HSM (Handsome Sound Man) by many of the fans.



The Golden Horseshoe Variety Show Castmembers

Tuesday, June 13, 1995 to Wednesday, October 8, 2003

Daniels, Dana

  • Lead -magic and comedy

Luigi, the Psychic Parrot

  • Lead - pyschic parrot and side kick.
  • Luigi partnered with Dana in 1983 and their first show togther was January 28, 1983. Luigo passed away backstage at the Magic Castle on May 24, 2010. He was 29 years old.

Abrahanson, Eric

  • Musician - piano from 19__ to 19__.

Allen, Richard

  • Musician - piano from 1995 to ____.

Cherno, Gary

  • Sound and Lighting from 1995 to 2003.

Davis, Bobby

  • Sound and lighting from 1995 to 2003. Bobby passed away on Saturday, August 30, 2008.

Ratliff, John "Hal"

  • Musician - piano from 19__ to Wednesday, October 8, 2003.

Robinson, Rush

  • Musician - piano from 19__ to ____.

Templin, Ray

  • Musician - piano from 19__ to ____.


Woody's Round-up Show Castmembers

Sunday, November 21, 1999 to Monday, July 17, 2000


Bowman, Chris

  • Lighting and Sound Tech from 1999 to 2000.

Cherno, Gary

  • Lighting and Sound Tech from 1999 to 2000.

Clark, Gary

  • Played Show Announcer from 1999 to 2000.

Davis, Bobby

  • Lighting and Sound Tech from 1999 to 2000.

Moynahan, Denny

  • Played Tex Tumbleweed from 1999 to 2000.







Laughing Stock's Little Town That Could Show ~ Castmembers

2001 to Wednesday, October 8, 2003

Cherno, Gary


Davis, Bobby


Eaden, John


Gregg, Kevin


Maciel, Frank


Parks, Ken


Pollack, Michael


Ratliff, Hal


Roque, Danny


Rouse, Cory




Miss Holly Day's Christmas Show

Christmas Season, 2004

This seasonal show ran for one season at Christmas, 2004.

The shows ran in between the Billy Hill Show times for about 7 weeks.


McMasters, Heather

  • Played Miss Holly Day from November, 2005 to January, 2005.

Robinson, Rush

  • Musician on piano from November, 2004 to January, 2005.





    Laughing Stock Company ~ Castmembers

    Monday, June 18, 2012 to present (seven days a week)

    This show originally had 3 main parts; Sheriff Clem Clodhopper, Mayor Sam McGillicuddy and his daughter, Sallie Mae McGillicuddy. Sallie Mae was played by a male for many years, but due to guest complaints, the part was dropped (with the last show on Wednesday, October 3, 2015) and replaced by the character of saloon owner, Miss Rose starting on Thursday, October 4, 2015.

    Balin, Michael

    • Character Actor from ____ to ____. He often plays the mayor.

    Bascom, Jennifer

    • Character actor from ____ to present. Plays Miss Rose. She also worked in Legends of Frontierland event.

    Blaylock, Danny

    • Character actor from ____ to ____.

    Carganilla, Paul

    • Character actor from ____ to ____.

    Carter, Jeremy

    • Character actor from ____ to ____.

    Cherno, Gary

    • Sound Tech from ____ to ____.
    • Gary also worked with the Golden Horseshoe Jamboree, Golden Horseshoe Variety Show and Billy Hill and the Hillbillies Show.

    Clark, Gary

    • Character actor from ____ to ____. Gary also worked as Jeb in the Miner 49ers at Disney California Adventures.

    Eaden, John

    • Character actor from ____ to present.
    • John also starred as a front man with the Billy Hill and the Hillbillies' Green Team and subbed for Kirk Wall. He also danced and sang as a cowboy in the Golden Horseshoe Jamboree Show. John also starred in the Tribute to the Golden Horseshoe Saloon event as Pecos Bill.

    Gilbert, Chris

    • Character actor from ____ to ____.

    Glenn, Robert

    • Musician - Piano from ____ to ____.

    Gott, Heidi

    • Character actor from ____ to present. Plays Miss Rose.

    Gregg, Kevin

    • Character actor from ____ to present.
    • He also works at Fantasy Faire as Smythe and Jones and worked as a lead sub for Kirk Wall in Billy Hill and the Hillbillies.

    Gruessing, James

    • Character actor from ____ to ____.

    Hedrick, Nate

    • Character actor from ____ to ____.

    Illes, Rick

    • Musician - Piano from ____ to ____.

    Kavilis-Morris, Diana

    • Character actor from ____ to present. Plays Miss Rose.

    Laroux, Matt

    • Character actor from ____ to ____.

    Landmon, Kenny

    • Character actor from ____ to ____.

    McConville, Mark

    • Character actor from ____ to ____.

    McLane, Chuck

    • Character actor from ____ to ____.

    McMasters, Heather

    • Character actor from ____ to ____. Plays Miss Rose.

    Parks, Dawn Marie

    • Character actor from ____ to present. Plays Miss Rose.

    Parks, Ken

    • Character actor from ____ to ____.
    • Ken worked, usually as the mayor and wrote many of the skits used by Laughing Stock including Little Town That Could. Ken is currently Vice President of Entertainment at Knott's Berry Farm.

    Ramsey-Duke, Sarah

    • Character actor from ____ to present. Plays Miss Rose.

    Roque, Danny

    • Character actor from ____ to 20__. 
    • Danny was famous for playing the Mayor. He currently works with the Ghost Town Miners at Knott's Berry Farm and has an act doing his Showapoolza Shows

    Thurmond, Rob

    • Character actor from  ____ to present.
    • He also helped develop the 2016 Stunt show at Knott's Berry Farm.

    ​Unknown, Adam

    • Musician - piano from ____ to ____.

    Unknown, Diana

    • Sound Tech from ____ to ____.

    Unknown, Jared

    • Musician - piano from ____ to ____.

    Unknown, Jeff 

    • Sound Tech from ____ to ____.

    Unknown, Michael

    • Musician - piano from ____ to ____.

    Valencia Jr., Ralph

    • Character actor from ____ to ____.

    Vertram, Aaron

    • Character actor from ____ to ____.

    Ward, Sylvia

    • Character actor from ____ to ____. She plays Miss Rose.


    Legends of Frontierland: Gold Rush

    Wednesday, July 9, 2014 to Saturday, September 27, 2014

    A guest interactive experience that pits the people of Rainbow Ridge against the people of Frontierland. During this event, many of the Laughing Stock players were incorporated into the show.


    Bascom, Jennifer


    Gregg, Kevin



    Silver Dollar Six Show

    Early 2016 to present

    A six piece band of reformed gamblers featuring piano, trombone, clarinet, trumpet, saxophone and drums

    who play New Orleans style western songs and comedy. They play 5 days a week inside and around the Golden Horseshoe.


    • Cast members currently unknown.
    • If you play in this band or know someone who does please feel free to write to me at janvincent_1313@yahoo.com

    Circa 1955 ~

    Judy Marsh and Don Novis

    Class of '27 Show

    Lee Westenhoffer on tuba, Bunny Barth and Bob Raggio on washboard

    Back row: Betty Taylor, Wally Boag, unknown, Fulton Burley, unknown, unknown and unknown.

    Front row: Unknown,

    Miss Holly Day Christmas Show

    Heather McMasters and Rush Robinson on piano.

    Golden Horseshoe Jamboree Cast

    BACK: unknown, unknown, unknown, Tammy Stevens, Jennifer Lewison-White and John Eaden.

    FRONT: Kerry Giese and John Williford.

    To learn more about the History of the Golden Horseshoe Saloon and the shows that played there,

    try these other Jan's World pages:





     ATTENTION FORMER GOLDEN HORSESHOE CASTMEMBERS AND PERFORMERS!

    If you or a family member were a former Golden Horseshoe Saloon Castmember performer, server, technician or musician
    who worked at the Golden Horseshoe Saloon between 1955 to the present and would like to be included in this [still incomplete] list of Golden Horseshoe Castmembers, or if you have additional information or corrections to make to the information provided here, I would love to hear from you. This database covers EVERY show performed in the Golden Horseshoe. (see list to your right)

    Please contact Jan Vincent @
    janvincent_1313@yahoo.com
    Come share your memories of the Golden Horseshoe and its shows, entertainers and castmembers
    ​​


    The Golden Horseshoe Castmember Database
    Any castmembers who worked in the Golden Horseshoe from July 16, 1955 to the Present

    Jan's World


    Revue Night time cast Circa 1983 to 86 (?) 

    Shelby Grimm, Judi Wallace-Carlson, Dana Daniels, Keri Keaney, Maxine ?, Claudia Dunn-Hardwick and Arlene Dragon-Nelson

    FINAL REVUE CAST ~ Sunday, October 12, 1986


    Back row: Jay Meyers, Dick Hardwick, Betty Taylor, Fulton Burley, Chris Stevens and Vince Rossi.


    Front row: Lana Schneider-Devore, Maxine Weidner, Claudia Dunn-Hardwick and Arlene Nelson-Dragon

    Denny Moynahan as Tex Tumbleweed

    Back row: unknown, unknown, unknown, unknown, Wally Boag, Judy Marsh, Don Novis, unknown, unknown, unknown and unknown.

    Front row: Unknown, Mickey, 5 mermaids and Minnie.

    Fulton Burley, Betty Taylor and Wally Boag

    Unknown announcer doing Cowboy Crunchies commercial

    Golden Horseshoe Jamboree Cast

    Unknown, John B. Williford, unknown,  unknown, Tammy Stevens, Kerry Giese and Jennifer White

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    Below is a list of former Golden Horseshoe castmembers listed by the show they worked in alphabetically. ENJOY!
    Shows Listed in order below:


    ​​Golden Horseshoe Revue - Main Cast
    ​Golden Horseshoe Revue - Understudies and Subs
    Golden Horseshoe Revue - Dancers
    Golden Horseshoe Revue - Musicians
    Golden Horseshoe Revue - Backstage Castmembers

    Golden Horseshoe Revue - Food Service


    Golden Horseshoe Yahoo Revue (evening) Show


    Firehouse Five Plus Two


    Class of '27 Nighttime Show ~ Cast Members


    Golden Horseshoe Jamboree - Main Cast

    Golden Horseshoe Jamboree - Understudies & Subs

    Golden Horseshoe Jamboree - Musicians

    Golden Horseshoe Jamboree - Female Dancers

    Golden Horseshoe Jamboree - Male Dancers

    Golden Horseshoe Jamboree - Backstage Castmembers


    Bill Hill and the Hillbillies Show - Main Cast & Subs

    Billy Hill and the Hillbillies Show - Food Service & Techs


    Golden Horseshoe Variety Show - Castmembers


    Woody's Round-up Show - Castmembers


    Miss Holly Day Christmas Show - Castmembers


    Laughing Stock's Little Town That Could - Castmembers

    Laughing Stock and Company - Castmembers


    Silver Dollar Six Show​​​​