Long Beach, California
September 19, 1963
MADRID, SPAIN (UPI) – Actor Ty Hardin, the “Bronco Lane” of American Television, suffered bruises and strained muscles Wednesday when a studio stagecoach ran over him during the filming of a Western near here.
The Wichita Eagle
September 20, 1963
Madrid, Spain, (Reuters) – American cowboy television actor Ty Hardin was bruised Wednesday when he fell from a buckboard near here, his secretary said Thursday.
She said Hardin, 33, jumped from the buckboard when one of its wheels came off during the filming of “Boudine” (The Man of the Cursed Valley). One of the rear wheels of the wagon ran over him, she said.
A Spanish actor Pepe Nieto, also was injured in the accident.
October 16, 1963
Ty Hardin, now in Spain to direct, co-produce and star in a Western titled “Boudine” (The Man of the Cursed Valley) suffered multiple fractures when a prop chuck wagon lost a wheel and spilled the hard-riding ex-“Bronco” star.