Although he appeared in a number of classic films John Ford's STAGECOACH and MY DARLING CLEMENTINE, Orson Welles' THE MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS, and John Huston's TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE Tim Holt is best known as the boyishly handsome star of some four dozen "B" Westerns made between 1940 and 1952. The son of popular silent-screen star Jack Holt, Tim worked in major and minor films alike but always returned to the humble Saturday-matinee horse operas he genuinely enjoyed making. His career is thoroughly and exhaustively chronicled in David Rothel's book, which presents fact-filled entries on every film and paints an accurate picture of Tim Holt the man via interviews conducted with his friends, family members, and co-workers. The book is illustrated with more than 200 rare photographs, including never-before-published family snapshots. Not only the career study of a popular star, TIM HOLT contributes a great deal to the history of Western movies and deserves a place in every film buff's personal reference library.