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You may search our website! Click the "Search the Western Clippings Site" line below which will bring up a Google box. Type whatever you're looking for in that box and Google will show you where to find it on our site. It's best if looking for a multi- word item (such as Bill Elliott) to put it in quotes ("Bill Elliott"). If your page doesn't open up or says, "not found", go back and try clicking on the word "Cached" on the Google listing.

Just added new columns—"A Touch of Hutch" by Will "Sugarfoot" Hutchins, Radio Range Riders—"Roy Rogers" and "Rangeland Elegance—Pamela Blake" as of July 6, 2023.

Just added a new Western Treasures Gallery, #154, as of September 7, 2023.

Just added many Western pressbooks for sale. Check 'em out.

Just added some 40 mostly B-Western autographs, many with stills, to our Autographs for sale section.

NOW AVAILABLE! Boyd Magers’ 10th book!
WESTERNS (1949-2001) covers the 50 year evolution of the
Western on TV from 1949 to 2001.
196 series, 471 pages with over 1,600 images and photos.
Organized chronologically, each series researched thoroughly with
stars, network affiliation, times and days of the week aired, number
of episodes, color or b/w, start and end dates, network competition,
directors, producers and writers. Virtually every series includes
quotes and anecdotes from the stars and guest stars.
Also themesong lyrics, information on special guns used, samples of
actual script pages, filming locations, newspaper advertising, logos
and loads of series trivia.
Forewords by James Drury, Robert Fuller, Clint Walker,
Henry Darrow, Don Collier and Will Hutchins.
$47 plus $7 postage in the U.S. Check or money order to

ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87123-4321
or by Paypal $57 to orders@westernclippings.com


Check out hundreds of B-Western and TV star autographs for sale...along with a few silent actors. Go to Miscellaneous Collectibles and then Autographs.



Ring Master

Check out: "Circus Cowboys" a special category in our "Articles" section. Scroll down in the section for all the circus history of Tom Mix, Ken Maynard, Hoot Gibson, Jack Hoxie, Buck Jones, Tim McCoy and many more.



Latest AnnouncementsWelcome to Western Clippings, an online supplement to our print version of WESTERN CLIPPINGS which is now in its 28th year. (Click on “Subscribe to WESTERN CLIPPINGS” in our menu.)

This website will be a frequently 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” and “Western Treasures” 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 are 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 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.

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Thanx and enjoy—

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7/6/23—Margia Dean, 101, co-star in some 15 B-Westerns in the late '40s and early '50s, died June 23 in Dana Point, CA. Westerns include "Red Desert" with Don Barry, "Rimfire", "Bandit Queen", "Last of the Desperadoes", "I Shot Jesse James", "Stagecoach To Fury" among others.

6/26/23—Superb and highly respected stuntman/actor Dean Smith, 91, died June 24 at his ranch in Breckenridge, TX. To list all of Dean's accomplishments here would take a whole page. He will be fully covered in the next print issue of Western Clippings.

6/10/23— Ed Ames, 95, who co-starred as Mingo on "Daniel Boone" from '64-'68, died May 21.

6/8/23—Noreen Nash, 99, died June 6 in Beverly Hills. Seen in "Storm Over Wyoming", "Road Agent" w/Tim Holt, "Lone Ranger and Lost City of Gold" and several TV Westerns.

5/19/23— Jim Brown, 87, the former Cleveland Browns fullback in nine extraordinary seasons who turned his football fame into screen stardom, died May 18 in L.A. Westerns were "Rio Conchos", "El Condor", "100 Rifles", "Take a Hard Ride", "Kid Vengeance".

5/12/23—Polish born Lisa Montel, 89, died of heart problems and sepsis in a Van Nuys, CA hospital May 7. Westerns include "Lone Ranger and the Lost City of Gold", several other movie Westerns and a host of TV Westerns such as "Gene Autry", "Cheyenne", "Tales of Wells Fargo", "Sugarfoot", "Have Gun Will Travel", "Maverick", "The Deputy" and "Jim Bowie" among many others.

5/8/23—Famed ProRodeo cowboy Larry Mahan, 79, died May 7 in Texas. Western films include Roy Rogers' "Mackintosh and T. J.", "The Honkers", TV's "The Quest" and "Streets of Laredo" TVM.