Movie Filmed at Silver Creek

Movie Filmed at Silver Creek

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Lloyd F Rauschkolb

Joplin, MO

#1 Jun 12, 2009
I lived in Silver Creek briefly in the 1950's. I was very young at the time. I recall a Cowboy Movie being filmed there featuring a bank robbery (I believe). Does anybody know the name of that movie. Also, I had a close friend that I remember being called "Baby Ned". Does anybody know him or his whereabouts. He should be around 62 now. My grandmother lived there for a long time. Her name was Ada Miller.
carson ms

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#2 Jul 8, 2009
Lloyd F Rauschkolb wrote:
I lived in Silver Creek briefly in the 1950's. I was very young at the time. I recall a Cowboy Movie being filmed there featuring a bank robbery (I believe). Does anybody know the name of that movie. Also, I had a close friend that I remember being called "Baby Ned". Does anybody know him or his whereabouts. He should be around 62 now. My grandmother lived there for a long time. Her name was Ada Miller.
hello i have lived neer carson ms all my life. i have always ben told the name of the movie was jessie james women or sum such.if your intersted i can tell you the name of someone that can tell you all about it.
Lloyd F Rauschkolb

Joplin, MO

#3 Jul 8, 2009
Thanks, that gives me something to go on. I will try to find more information on the movie by researching it on the internet now. If that fails, I might want to talk with your friend. By the way I lived in Bassfield on and off over the years. Went to High School during my 10th and 11th grades. That was 1961 thru 1963 I believe. I had a good friend and classmate named George Gatewood who lived in the Carson area. Lost touch with him too.
Thanks again.
uncle cracker

Meridian, MS

#4 Aug 17, 2009
The movie was Jessie James Women starring Red Barry, I think the Baby Ned was Ned Fortenberry his dad was also named Ned.
Lloyd F Rauschkolb wrote:
Thanks, that gives me something to go on. I will try to find more information on the movie by researching it on the internet now. If that fails, I might want to talk with your friend. By the way I lived in Bassfield on and off over the years. Went to High School during my 10th and 11th grades. That was 1961 thru 1963 I believe. I had a good friend and classmate named George Gatewood who lived in the Carson area. Lost touch with him too.
Thanks again.
Lloyd F Rauschkolb

Joplin, MO

#5 Aug 17, 2009
uncle cracker wrote:
The movie was Jessie James Women starring Red Barry, I think the Baby Ned was Ned Fortenberry his dad was also named Ned.
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Thanks for that information. I have some vague but fond memories from my Silver Creek days. Ned and I kinda wandered around freely all over Silver Creek and the surrounding area. We fished in local ponds and under the big bridge. I loved to drink the cold water from the town well. It was drawn up with a bucket and was great tasting and refreshing. I also remember on some weekends there would be a projector set up and movies were shown for the townfolk. It was a great place for a kid to grow up, although most everybody was poor.
JEFF

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#6 Aug 17, 2009
Lloyd F Rauschkolb wrote:
Thanks, that gives me something to go on. I will try to find more information on the movie by researching it on the internet now. If that fails, I might want to talk with your friend. By the way I lived in Bassfield on and off over the years. Went to High School during my 10th and 11th grades. That was 1961 thru 1963 I believe. I had a good friend and classmate named George Gatewood who lived in the Carson area. Lost touch with him too.
Thanks again.
George Wayne Gatewood still lives in Jeff Davis County. Next time I see him, I will tell him that you asked about him. Bergie Honeycutt from Bassfield was also in the movie Jessie James' Women. She was the old woman with the horn stuck in her ear to help her hear. There were also a lot of people from Prentiss in that movie.
Metradon Archangel

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#7 Aug 17, 2009
Where could someone find a copy of that movie ???
Mencken

Florence, MS

#8 Aug 18, 2009
Metradon Archangel wrote:
Where could someone find a copy of that movie ???
Amazon has it for $9.95. Reviews are not kind -- if one puts stock in reviews. Still, it might be worth $10 to see T.V. Garraway starring as "The Preacher."

I remember as a kid some folks in their 40s at that time talking about they'd been extras in the movie.
David Dale

Tupelo, MS

#9 Aug 18, 2009
I was reading about Silver Creek and the movie, Jessie Jame's Women and remembered hearing my father talk about it. I went swimming in Silver Creek right off the bridge on highway 84. It was a popular place back when we used to go back in the mid and late sixties and early seventies before they built a new bridge.
Mendy Trahan

Arlington, TN

#10 Apr 10, 2010
Bergie Huneycutt who played the housekeeper was my aunt. If anyone can tell me anything about her, please email me at melindawascom@yahoo.com. My mother told me that we last went to visit her when I was 2. I don't remember her, but i would love to hear from someone who knew her who could tell me what she was like.
greens creek girl

AOL

#11 Jun 13, 2010
ms burgie lived about a mile from where i live now. i remember going to her house with my grandmother when i was a child. she was an artist and i have sean some of her work.grandma would not let us see some because thay had naked ladies in them.but she had some landscapes that were good.she also had a small zoo.i no she had some monkies.thay scared me when we were there.she put them in a pin while we were there.she had one she took with here everywhere.
JEFF

AOL

#12 Jun 14, 2010
From what I was told, Bergie Honeycutt lived in a house that she had built herself. I was also told that she had a bathtub that she had hewed from a log that she had cut herself. She used the monkies as guard dogs. She also raised beagles. I hated when I heard that her house had burned. I think that the house she rebuilt was brick. That must have been quite a change for her. She was really old when that happened, but from everything that I ever heard about her, she was quite a character. As for Jesse James Women, they reran the movie at the Plaza many years ago and that is one of the few times that Daddy, Mother, and I went to the movies. I remember that Daddy laughed as hard as I had ever heard him laugh(even though it was not a comedy).
From bassfield

Philadelphia, PA

#13 Dec 26, 2010
George Wayne gatewood lives in Houston Texas and has for years. He travels all over the world working. He married judy langston and he is a good guy!
Ms Honeycutt was a character. She lived life on her own terms. My grandfather was a good friend to her I can remember seeing her drive through town with those animals in her truck seat. We were always told stories about how she hid outlaws out on her place. How she built that house etc. She is a legend around there truly an interesting woman.
Billy the Kid

United States

#14 Dec 30, 2010
If you want to see the movie, you can download it for free here http://www.publicdomaintorrents.net/nshowmovi...
nodom

Hattiesburg, MS

#15 Feb 7, 2011
Mendy Trahan wrote:
Bergie Huneycutt who played the housekeeper was my aunt. If anyone can tell me anything about her, please email me at melindawascom@yahoo.com. My mother told me that we last went to visit her when I was 2. I don't remember her, but i would love to hear from someone who knew her who could tell me what she was like.
Bergie Honeycutt was also my mother's aunt. My mother's father was her brother. We visited her quite a bit at her house when I was growing up and my mother is the only living child of my grandfather left but she knew her well. I will be happy to correspond any information you need. My mother has one of her paintings of an old house of one of their relatives. She was quite extroidinary and had a baboon that sat on a post about 50 feet from her front gate and would not let anyone pass if she was not at home.
thresia

Columbia, MS

#16 Feb 16, 2011
my dad Roy Daley, was an extra, a cowboy in this movie, and i, too, have seen it not too many years ago in the prentiss theater..there was a lot of extras from jefferson davis co..everything mentioned above about ms honeycutt is true..i went to see her in my younger years and she was indeed special...
Doug Dunn

United States

#17 Mar 10, 2011
I was born in McComb,MS and raised in Fernwood. I was ten years old when this movie was filmed. I remember going with my parents to see the set. At ten it was quite impressive.
wanda Honeycutt

Shreveport, LA

#18 Dec 8, 2012
I am Bergie Honeycutt's grand daughter. I have many wonderful memories of her. I spent many days with her and was always amazed. I have many paintings she created. I look alot like her.
Gary M

Meridian, MS

#19 Jun 6, 2013
Lloyd F Rauschkolb wrote:
I lived in Silver Creek briefly in the 1950's. I was very young at the time. I recall a Cowboy Movie being filmed there featuring a bank robbery (I believe). Does anybody know the name of that movie. Also, I had a close friend that I remember being called "Baby Ned". Does anybody know him or his whereabouts. He should be around 62 now. My grandmother lived there for a long time. Her name was Ada Miller.
It was Jesse James Women, My late father played a part in it.http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/ti tle/79740/Jesse-James-Women/no tes.html
Google Jesse James Women on Ebay and it can be purchased.
LGnemi

Ruston, LA

#20 Sep 23, 2013
wanda Honeycutt wrote:
I am Bergie Honeycutt's grand daughter. I have many wonderful memories of her. I spent many days with her and was always amazed. I have many paintings she created. I look alot like her.
Wanda, are you on Facebook, and do you still live in Shreveport? I live in Ruston, and Bergie was my grandfather's sister.

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