"The Golden Stallion" (1949)
The above shot is taken from the Roy Rogers movie "The Golden Stallion," in which the plot revolves around Roy's beloved horse Trigger being accused of killing a guy. Besides a really sweet woodie, the shot features part of the Cul de Sac Crew, a rock feature on the former Upper Iverson Movie Ranch in Chatsworth, Calif. That tall, sort of triangular-shaped rock in the middle of the picture is the defining "character" of the crew.
"The Adventures of Kit Carson": episode "The Baron of Black Springs"
The above screen shot comes from the TV show "The Adventures of Kit Carson," which aired from 1951-1955. This shot isn't the greatest picture quality, but the photo shows more of the Cul de Sac Crew. You may be able to match up that triangular rock, which appears in both of the above two shots. The rock feature's name is derived from its current situation, as it's now located on a cul de sac amid the estates that occupy much of what was once the Upper Iverson. The episode "The Baron of Black Springs" premiered Aug. 9, 1952, early in the second season of "Kit Carson."