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NOW AVAILABLE! Boyd Magers’ 10th book!
WESTERNS (1949-2001) covers the 50 year evolution of the
Western on TV from 1949 to 2001.
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3/11/23—Robert Blake, 89, Little Beaver to Bill Elliott and Allan Lane at Republic in 23 Red Ryder B-Westerns, died of heart failure March 9 in L.A. He was also in Westerns with John Wayne, Monte Hale and Gene Autry and over 15 TV Westerns.

3/4/23—Sara Lane, 73, who portrayed Elizabeth Grainger on the "The Virginian" from 1966-1970, died in Napa Valley, CA, March 3.

2/18/23—Stella Stevens, 84, died February 17 in L.A. after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease. Westerns include "Ballad of Cable Hogue", "Advance to the Rear" and TV's "Bonanza", "Johnny Ringo", "Hec Ramsey" among others.

2/15/23—'60s sex symbol Raquel Welch, 82, died February 15 in L.A. Westerns were "Bandolero", "100 Rifles", "Hannie Caulder" and "The Virginian: Ryker" as a saloon girl.

2/15/23—Puerto Rican actor Eugene Iglesias, 96, died of a massive heart attack February 4 in La Mesa, TX. He's in dozens of Western movies and TV shows, several with Audie Murphy including "Duel at Silver Creek" as Johnny Sombrero.

12/22/22—Diane McBain, 81, best known as Daphne Dutton on "Surfside 6", died December 21 of liver cancer. Westerns include "A Distant Trumpet" and TVers "Sugarfoot", "Maverick", "Lawman", "Wild Wild West", "Grizzly Adams" among others.

12/13/22—Stuart Margolin, 82, best know to Western fans as James Garner's deputy on "Nichols" and Philo Sandeen on "Bret Maverick", died December 12 in Staunton, VA. Also seen on "Branded", "Virginian" and others. He also was a prolific director on several TV seires including the "How the West Was Fun" special.

12/13/22—Flame-haired June Blair, 89, died December 6 in Canoga Park, CA. Seen on "The Texan", "Two Faces West", "Tombstone Territory", "Bat Masterson" and in "The Lone Texan" ('59) with Willard Parker.