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Randolph Scott in "Trail Street"
Jauregui Ranch | Placerita Canyon


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Personal photograph (4"x3", matte finish, origin unknown) of a billboard-sized sign in an unidentified location, advertising the 1947 RKO Radio Picture, "Trail Street," partially filmed at the Jauregui Ranch in Placerita Canyon.

Randolph Scott stars as Bat Masterson, who is hired as sheriff to clean up the town of Liberty, Kansas. Credited cast includes Robert Ryan, Anne Jeffreys, George "Gabby" Hayes, Madge Meredith, Steve Brodie, Billy House, Virginia Sale, Harry Woods, Phil Warren, Harry Harvey and Jason Robards Sr.

Additional filming locations include RKO's Encino Ranch at Balboa Boulevard and Burbank Boulevard; and the Agoura area. 84-minute film released Feb. 19, 1947 (U.S.)

About the Andy Jauregui Ranch.

The Andy Jauregui Ranch, originally the Clarence "Fat" Jones ranch, was located just east of present-day Highway 14 along Placerita Canyon Road. In its day (the 1930s), the Jones Ranch was next door to Trem Carr's original Monogram Ranch. Carr's original leasehold formed the nucleus of The Walt Disney Co.'s Golden Oak Ranch in the late 1950s.

The Jauregui Ranch was actually owned by Standard Oil and leased to Jauregui — a major purveyor of stock and performers for rodeos, and an equestrian stuntman in the movies. According to Schneider Vol. 4 (2015:63), "In 1933, Jauregui bought out Jones' share when Jones moved his horse rental business to North Hollywood. The ranch buildings and ranch house were all actual working buildings for the ranch. Chevron permitted the Jaureguis, Andy and his wife Camille, to remain on the property until they were either dead or no longer resided on the property.

"In 1990, Andy died, and in 1996, Camille moved out and Chevron razed all of the biuldings on the land except for the ranch house. The property was then sold to its neighbor, the Golden Oak Ranch of Walt Disney."

It wasn't an isolated instance. In the mid-1990s Chevron got rid of all of its nonproducing properties. Locally that included Mentryville in Pico Canyon and the Pioneer Oil Refinery property in Railroad Canyon, Newhall, among others.


LW2436: 9600 dpi jpeg from original print purchased 2013 by Leon Worden.
JAUREGUI RANCH

Walk of Western Stars

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Story by Andy Jauregui 1935

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FULL MOVIE: The Gunman from Bodie 1941

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Gene Autry in The Singing Hill 1941

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Forbidden Trail 1941

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Andy Jauregui Bio by Noureen Baer 1978

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Andy Jauregui &
William S.
Hart 1938

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Eddie Dean in Tumbleweed Trail 1946

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Randolph Scott in Trail Street 1947

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Gene Autry in Strawberry Roan 1948 x3

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Alias Jesse James 1959 (Mult.)

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Canadian Club Ad 1969

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