Below is a screen shot from cinematographer Robert Cline's 1942 Range Busters masterpiece, "Thunder River Feud." The large rock formation behind the rider is Hangdog. This is the "gladiator armor" view of Hangdog, which has a wide range of intriguing looks from various angles.
The shot below shows what Hangdog looks like today, from something close to the same angle. It's located on private property in the "Above Nyoka" area of the Iverson Movie Ranch, just northeast of Nyoka Cliff.
A different "face" of Hangdog is seen below, in the 1948 Paramount Western "Albuquerque," starring Randolph Scott. This is the view from the south, more or less, and you can see Cactus Hill in the background.
The recent shot seen below is taken from yet another angle, but it may be close enough to the "Albuquerque" screen shot above that you'll be able to spot some of the same features in the two shots.
More posts about Hangdog can be found here.
Please click on the link below if you might be interested in buying "Thunder River Feud" off Amazon. I recommend the movie — not for great acting or plot, but for a lot of weird shots of the Iverson Movie Ranch by the mad genius, cinematographer Robert Cline.