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Latest AnnouncementsWelcome to Western Clippings, an online supplement to our print version of WESTERN CLIPPINGS which is now in its 24th year. (Click on “Subscribe to WESTERN CLIPPINGS” in our menu.)

For current subscribers of our magazine, this website in no way changes our print edition six times a year.

This website will be a constantly updated, evolving site, with new articles, reviews and sales items added continually. Look for new articles and photos in the “Do You Remember…”, “Comic Book Cowboys”, “Will Hutchins—A Touch of Hutch”, “Serial Report”, “Characters and Heavies”, “An Interview With…”, “Best and Worst of the Silent Westerns”, “Western Treasures” and “Film Festival Fotos” sections to be added regularly, with already posted articles always available in our archives for each section.

Sales material—original movie posters (western and non-western), lobby cards, and much more will all be available for purchase as well as superb high quality laser copies made from our extensive collection of over 5,000 western lobby cards. We’ll also have thousands of toys, books, magazines, collectibles and miscellaneous other memorabilia for sale. We hope you’ll keep coming back to this site as new material will be added to all categories continually.

We also have a section enabling you to order direct from us several of our books devoted to westerns. You may also subscribe to our print edition of WESTERN CLIPPINGS and purchase available back issues of WC and SERIAL REPORT.

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News

2-4-19—Strikingly gorgeous Julia (Julie) Adams, 92, died January 3 in L.A. After seven B-Westerns at Lippert in '49 she signed a seven year contract with Universal and starred in big budget A-Westerns with James Stewart, Rock Hudson, Stephen McNally, Glenn Ford, Jock Mahoney and others. In the late '50s and '60s she guest starred in some 16 TV Western episodes.

2-3-19—Iconic character actor Dick Miller, 90, died January 30. Several Roger Corman Westerns.

Don Kay Reynolds, aka Little Brown Jug, 81, died January 9. After roles with Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, Eddie Dean and Charles Starrett, he became Little Beaver in four Red Ryder Cinecolor B's with Jim Bannon in 1949.

1-1-19—Radio/movie/TV supporting actor Herb Ellis, 97, died December 26. Eastwood's "Hang 'Em High" and many TVers.

12-14-18—Sondra Locke, 74, Clint Eastwood's co-star in six films including "The Outlaw Josey Wales", died of cancer November 3. Locke had a contentious relationship with Eastwood for more than a decade eventually suing him for palimony and fraud. She settled out of court.