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#33 (Jan./Feb. 2000) Rex Allen Memorial, Mala Powers, “Trail of Robin Hood”, William Russell, Republic Confidential $8
#34 (March/April 2000) Clayton Moore/Lone Ranger Memorial, Fred Humes, Noreen Nash, Ted Wells $10
#35 (May/June 2000) Richard Farnsworth, Montie Montana, Russell Wade interview, “Branded”, John Hart interview, “The Canadians”, Texas Guinan, Burro Flats, Alice Van Springsteen, “Oh Susanna”, Kathryn Adams $7
#36 (July/August 2000) Rogersdale, Roy Rogers Museum, “Legend of Jesse James”, Roy Jenson, Dick Hatton, Apacheland, Gigi Perreau, Donna Hall $7
#37 (Sept./Oct. 2000) Golden Boot Awards, “Mackenzies Raiders”, Lee Marvin, Nan Leslie, Universal Studios, “Border Patrolman”, Buzz Barton, Elizabeth Fraser $7
#38 (Nov./Dec. 2000) “Man From Blackhawk”, Hoot Gibson: In His Own Words, Frances Morris, Beale’s Cut, “Wild Horse Stampede” $7
#39 (Jan./Feb. ‘01) George Montgomery, Hoot Gibson: In His Own Words (Part II), “Cimarron City”, Marie Windsor, Gregg Barton, Fred Graham, The Trailblazers, Red Rock Canyon, Olive Sturgess $7
#40 (March/April ‘01) Dale Evans Memorial, “Fury”, Leo Gordon, Yuma, Arizona, “Heldorado”, Loren Janes, Rosemary DeCamp, Tom Santschi $10
#41 (May/June ‘01) Roy Rogers/Dale Evans House Auction, Monte Hale, Forrest Taylor, Monte “Alamo” Rawlins, “Judge Roy Bean”, “Westbound”, Ted Mapes, Franklyn Farnum, Mae Madison $7
#43 (Sept./Oct. ‘01) “Hopalong Cassidy”, Bud Osborne, Clint Walker, Walker Ranch, Lupita Tovar, “Hard Trail”, Roydon Clark, “Eyes of Texas”, “Nighttime in Nevada” $7
#44 (Nov./Dec. ‘01) 9-11 “We Need Our Heroes” cover, George Chesebro, James Ellison, Julie Bishop, Sons of the Pioneers, Fred Carson, Bob Reeves, Kanab, UT, Ty Hardin $8
#45 (Jan./Feb. ‘02) Golden Boot Awards, “Brave Eagle”, Glenn Strange, the Weiss family, Robert Taylor, Sons of the Pioneers (Part II), Sandy Sanders, Barbara Hale, Kanab, UT (Part II) $7
#46 (Mar./April ‘02) Roy Rogers saddle, “Maverick”, Morris Ankrum, J. Warren Kerrigan, Rodd Redwing, Sons of the Pioneers (Part III), Kanab, UT (Part III), Ann Savage $7
#47 (May/June ‘02) Bill Witney Memorial, “Gunslinger”, Lane Bradford, John Agar, “Stagecoach”, Lester Cuneo, Ethel Kenyon, Sons of the Pioneers (Part IV), Chuck Bail $7
#48 (July/August ‘02) Wild Bill Hickok, Harry Woods, Frances Kavanaugh, Sons of The Pioneers (Part V), Fred Thomson, Margia Dean, Lone Pine, CA $7
#49 (Sept./Oct. ‘02) Roy Rogers Museum moves to Branson, Charles King, “Tombstone Territory”, Bob Rose, Sons of the Pioneers (Part VI), Roberta Gale, Victoria Horne, Chuck Connors, Hopalong Cassidy, Jack Padjan $7
#50 (Nov./Dec. ‘02) Western Clippings exhibit at Hoover Presidential Library, Zon Murray, “Adventures of Champion”, Bob Nolan, Oliver Drake, Pee Wee Holmes, Shorty Hamilton, Ruth Hall, Gallup, NM, Bobby Hoy $7
#51 (Jan./Feb. ‘03) Gene Autry, “Jim Bowie”, Frank Ellis, Leon Beaumon, James Coburn, Sedona, AZ, Fred Church, Fay McKenzie, “Maverick”, S. Roy Luby, Danny Sands $7
#52 (March/April ‘03) Richard Simmons Memorial, “Law of the Plainsman”, Hopalong Cassidy, Noah Beery Sr., Vera Hruba Ralston, Sedona, AZ, Boris Bullock, Nate Watt, Russ Saunders $7
#53 (May/June ‘03) Roy Rogers Museum in Branson, Vera Ralston, Comic Book: Wild Bill Elliott, Johnny Carpenter, “Yancy Derringer”, Tris Coffin, Art Acord, Providencia Ranch, Fred Krone, Sugar Dawn, Mack V. Wright $7
#54 (July/August ‘03) Roy Rogers Museum in Branson, Comic Book: Sunset Carson, “Shotgun Slade”, Chris Alcaide, Sons of the Pioneers, Ford Beebe, Judy Clark, Steve McQueen, B-Western Ranches, Art Acord (Part II) $7
#55 (Sept./Oct. ‘03) Golden Boot Awards, Ethan Laidlaw, Comic Book: Tex Ritter, “Adventures of Kit Carson”, Dirk London interview, Jane Wyatt, George Archainbaud, “The Great Train Robbery”, Bob Woodward $7
#56 (Nov./Dec. ‘03) Johnny Mack Brown, Lone Pine Museum, “Rawhide”, Comic Book: Tim Holt, Charles Stevens, Jack Elam Memorial, Barbara Weeks, Elmer Clifton, Bud Geary, Snow Canyon $7
#57 (Jan./Feb. ‘04) California wild fire, “Wichita Town”, Warner Richmond, Tex Harding, Comic Book: Lash LaRue, Jack Elam, Connie Stevens, Arizona Locations, William Desmond, Alan James $7
#61 (Sept./Oct. ‘04) “26 Men”, John Cliff, Comic Book: Hoot Gibson, Harry Fraser, Casey Tibbs, Idaho, Ben Wilson and Neva Gerber, Virginia Grey $7
#63 (Jan./Feb. ‘05) Monte Hale, Comic Book: Ken Maynard, Lyle Bettger, “Stories of the Century”, William Berke, Montana Locations, Jack Holt, Shirley Jean Rickert $7
#64 (March/April ‘05) Fess Parker, Comic Book: Sugarfoot, John Merton, “Trackdown”, Fred Scott Interview; Montana Locations, Marjorie Lord, Spencer Gordon Bennet, William Duncan, Frank McGrath, George O’Brien $7
#67 (Sept./Oct. ‘05) Pioneertown fire, Comic Book: Buster Crabbe, “Tate”, John Dehner, Westerns of Tim Holt, Goulding’s Trading Post, Norman Leavitt, Dorothy Green, Frank McDonald $7
#68 (Nov./Dec. ‘05) “Gunsmoke” 50th Anniversary, Henry Silva, Westerns of Tim Holt, Comic Book: Tim McCoy, “Hotel de Paree”, Debbie Reynolds, George Orrison, Sam Newfield, Goulding’s Trading Post (Part II), Nell Shipman $7
#69 (Jan./Feb. ‘06) Hopalong Cassidy, Westerns of Sunset Carson, Comic Book: Range Rider, “Tall Man”, Stuntmen, Al Taylor, Mexico locations, Robert Emmett Tansey, Argentina Brunetti, Broncho Billy $7
#73 (Sept./Oct. ‘06) Comic Book: Durango Kid, Carl Stockdale, Westerns of Range Busters, John “Dusty” King interview, “Bronco”, Evelyn Keyes, Eddie Polo, Henry Hathaway, Marlon Brando, Ray Taylor, “Duel in the Sun” $7
#75/76 (Jan./April ‘07) Double issue. Gene Autry Centennial, auction items, Paul Sorenson, Ben Welden, William Watson, George Barrows, John Hall, Rod Cameron, “State Trooper”, Comic Book: Rod Cameron, Ken Maynard interview, essential Western Bookshelf, Dana Andrews, Fuzzy Knight, Harry Julian Fink, Lois Hall, Yvonne DeCarlo, Jack Palance, Paul Picerni, Barbara Stanwyck, Lesley Sealander, Elgin, AZ, Buffalo Bill Jr., “The Badge of Marshal Brennan”, Ed Pawley $10
#77 (May/June ‘07) Gene Autry Centennial, auction results, Lafe McKee, James Newill interview, “Cimarron Strip”, John Wayne westerns, Comic Book: John Wayne, Lynn Merrick, Jack Williams, Elgin, AZ, (Pt. 2), Charlotte Austin/Gene Austin, “War Paint”, Joe Kane (Pt. 1), Edmund Cobb $6
#78 (July/Aug. ‘07) John Wayne Centennial, Comic Book: Gene Autry, “Gene Autry Show”, Eddie Dean interview, Tom Bay, William S. Hart ( Pt. 1), “Valdez is Coming”, Bill Phipps, San Rafael Valley (Pt. 1), Joe Kane (Pt. 2) $6
#79 (Sept./Oct. ‘07) Gene Autry Centennial, Hoppy auction, Gerald Mohr, Comic Book: Broken Arrow/Boots and Saddles, “Alias Smith and Jones”, Westerns of Jim Bannon, Gene Autry interview, Lambert Hillyer, William S. Hart (Part II), “Shotgun”, Robert Colbert, San Raphael Valley, AZ (Part II) $6
#80 (Nov./Dec. ‘07) Westerns of Rough Ridin’ Kids, “Wanted Dead or Alive”, Bob Steele interview, Byron Foulger, Comic Book: Gabby Hayes, B. Reeves “Breezy” Eason, “South of the Border”, Jo Ann Sayers, Mickey Simpson, Sonoita Valley, AZ $6
#82 (Mar./Apr. ‘08) Hank Patterson; Disney westerns; Bob Baker; auction items; George Keymas; Paul Sorenson; Lisa Davis; John English; Lupton, AZ; Jones/McCoy/Maynard/Gibson/Tyler, other transitional heroes; “No Name on the Bullet” $6
#83 (May/June ‘08) Westerns of Bob Steele (Part I), “Casey Jones”, Jean Willes, Tim Holt interview, Comic Book: Rex Allen, Paul Wurtzel, Don Harvey, “Short Grass”, Las Golondrinas, NM; John English (Part II), Bill Patton $6
#84 (July/August ‘08) “Daredevils of the West”, Comic Book: Lone Ranger, “Tales of the Texas Rangers”, Don Barry interview, Westerns of Bob Steele (Part II), J. Farrell McDonald, “The Last Wagon”, Richard Kline, New Mexico Ghost Towns, Tommy Carr (Part I), Jack Mower $6
#86 (Nov./Dec. ‘08) Memorial: Michael Pate, House Peters Jr., Charles Gray; Comic Books: Stoney Burke/Laredo/High Chaparral/Cimarron Strip/Custer, Reb Russell interview, Earle Hodgins, Westerns of Bob Steele (Part IV), “The Rebel”, Durango and Silverton, CO, Peter Mamakos, Tommy Carr (Part III), Andrew J. Fenady, Tom Tyler $6
#87 (Jan./Feb. ‘09) Westerns of Jack Randall, “Union Pacific”, Wallace Ford, Bob Allen Interview, Andrew Fenady (Part II), Morgan Woodward, Yakima Canutt, Chama, NM $6
#88 (March/April ‘09) Westerns of Dick Foran, Glenn Strange interview, Stephen McNally, “Range Rider”, Comic Book: Bonanza, Western film Presidents, Harry Lauter, Andrew Fenady (Part III), Abiquiu, NM, “Nevada” $6
#89 (May/June ‘09) Monte Hale Memorial, Roy Rogers/Dale Evans Museum, “Overland Trail”, Comic Book: Maverick, Westerns of Bob Allen and Jack Luden, Charles Starrett and World War II, New Mexico locations, Richard Boone, “Light of Western Stars”, Maury Dexter, J. P. McGowan, Russ Conway $6
#92 (Nov./Dec. ‘09) Lone Ranger Memorial, Roy Rogers Museum closes, Westerns of Don Barry (Part I), “Lancer”, Comic Books: Lancer/Virginian/Legend of Jesse James/Cowboy in Africa, Bud Buster, John Hart Interview, Bonanza Creek Ranch, NM, B-Western Christmas, Joe Bonomo, “Hour of the Gun”, Hugh O’Brian $6
#95 (May/June ‘10) Fess Parker, Peter Graves, Robert Culp Memorial, Roy Rogers, Westerns of Jimmy Wakely, Hank Worden, Comic Book: Wagon Train, “Sugarfoot”, Pierce Lyden interview, Buck Jones Westerns, Fess Parker interview, “New Mexico”, British Columbia locations, John Pickard, Herb Rudley, Thomas Meighan $6
#96 (July/August ‘10) A Gathering of Guns II, Roy Rogers Springfield auction, Westerns of Bill Elliott (Part I), Dorothy Fay interview, Comic Book: Have Gun Will Travel, “The Outcasts”, Marie Windsor, “Dude Ranger”, Robert Horton, Robert Clarke interview. Color wraparound covers $10
#97 (Sept./Oct. ‘10) Roy Rogers New York auction, Comic Book: Allan “Rocky” Lane, Guy Wilkerson, Westerns of Bill Elliott (Part II), Charles Starrett interview, “Iron Horse”, Robert Clarke interview (Part II), Peter Graves, “Gun the Man Down”, Roger Mobley, Alaska locations, Noble Johnson. Color wraparound covers $10
#98 (Nov./Dec. ‘10) Republic 75th Celebration, Comic Book: Buffalo Bill Jr., “Buffalo Bill Jr.”, Westerns of Bill Elliott (Part III), James Gregory, Buddy Roosevelt interview, Gary Clarke on “The Virginian”, Joel McCrea, “Only the Valiant”, Roger Mobley (Part II), black Western actors, silent Western epics, Painted Desert, AZ $6
#99 (Jan./Feb. ‘11) Ward Bond, “Custer”, Westerns of Sterling Hayden, Comic Book: Lawman, James Ellison interview, John Anderson, Gary Clarke on “The Virginian” (Part II), black Western actors (Part II), Florida locations, Jock Mahoney, Richard Dix, “Four Guns to the Border” $6
#100 (March/April ‘11) “True Grit” remake, “Laredo”, Harry Harvey, Westerns of The Three Mesquiteers, Comic Books: Gray Ghost/Hotel de Paree/Gunslinger/The Monroes, Tris Coffin interview, Liam Sullivan, “Charro”, John Smith $6
#107 (May/June ‘12) Roy Rogers Museum, Johnny Depp as Lone Ranger, “Black Saddle”, Westerns of Jim Davis, Comic Book: Big Valley, Ray Danton, “The Virginian”, Rex Reason, Arizona Railroads, “Barricade”, Cisco Kid $6
#109 (Sept./Oct. ‘12) “Lone Ranger” update; Dale Evans’ 100th; Westerns of Tex Williams; James Westerfield; “High Chaparral”; Comic Book Cowboys: Hopalong Cassidy (Pt. 1); R. G. Armstrong; Cowboys and Gangsters; Ric Roman (Pt. 2); “Rawhide”; Ed Coxen; “Heritage of the Desert”; Flaggstaff, Arizona films $6
#110 (Nov./Dec. ‘12) “Virginian” 50th anniversary reunion; The new “Lone Ranger”; Dick Foran; Comic Book Cowboys: Hopalong Cassidy; “Stagecoach West”; Westerns of Guy Madison; Robert F. Simon; “Django Unchained”; Washington state films; House Peters Sr.; “The Tall Texan”; Rex Allen Sr. and Jr. $6
#114 (July/Aug ‘13) Color wraparound “A Gathering of Guns 5 at Memphis Film Festival”, Lone Ranger auction and new film; Lone Ranger history, Tom Mix comics; John H. Elliott; “Pursued”; “Stories of the Century”; Tony Young; George Chesebro; Kennedy Meadows, Sonora, CA $10
#117 (Jan/Feb ‘14) Herb Jeffries’ 100th Birthday, “Riverboat”, Radio: “Straight Arrow”, Comic Book Cowboys: “Tales of the Texas Rangers”, “Snowfire”, Westerns of John Payne, Bruce Dern, “Ambush at Cimarron Pass”, Monterey, Santa Barbara films, I Like Westerns Because…, Wally Cassell $6
#119 (May/June ‘14) Radio: Wild Bill Hickok; Comic Book: Red Ryder; Constance Ford; “Daniel Boone”; Westerns of Alan Ladd; Roy Huggins; Lone Ranger radio; Music: Richard Markowitz; “Ulzana’s Raid”; Northern California locations; Don Harvey, Richard Devon $6
#122 (Nov/Dec ‘14) Empty Saddles: Andrew V. McLaglen, Denny Miller; Westerns of James Garner; Radio: “Bobby Benson’s B-Bar-B Riders”; Comic Book Cowboys: Shotgun Slade and Johnny Ringo; “Two Faces West”; Frank Hagney; Custer films and TV shows; “Hombre”; Faith Domergue; “Sugarfoot”; Westerns in Arkansas $6
#129 (Jan/Feb ‘16) Empty Saddles: Gregg Palmer, David Canary, Robert Loggia, Rex Reason; “Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp”; Radio: “The Six Shooter”; Westerns of Forrest Tucker; Comic Book Cowboys: “The Deputy”; “A Distant Trumpet”; Sunny Bupp; Raoul Kraushaar; Texas locations $6
#130 (March/April ‘16) Empty Saddles: Dan Haggerty, Wayne Rogers, Elaine Riley, James Millican, Westerns of Burt Lancaster, “Death Valley Days”, Comic Book: Zorro, Radio: “Death Valley Days”, “Relentless”, Santa Cruz, AZ location, Frankie Laine and Dimitri Tiomkin, Richard Eyer $6
#132 (July/August ‘16) Radio: “Lone Ranger”; Westerns of Gary Cooper; Fay Spain; Do You Remember: Young Maverick; Comic Book: Casey Jones; Rough Ridin’ Kids; Bill “Cowboy Rambler” Boyd; Music: William Lava; “Station West”; Tombstone and Douglas, AZ locations (color cover) $10
#135 (Jan./Feb. ‘17) Luster Bayless tribute, Comic Book: Western Roundup, “Davy Crockett”, John Harmon, Radio: “Rin Tin Tin”, Westerns of Robert Mitchum, Apacheland, AZ location, “Flaming Feather”, The Future of Westerns, James Seay $6
#136 (March/April ‘17) Circus Cowboys; Old West Events auction results; Radio: Buck Jones “Hoofbeats”; Stanley Blystone; Comic Book: George O’Brien; Westerns of Kirk Douglas; “Circus Boy”; Peter Hansen; Victor Valley Ranches; Indian heroes and sidekicks $6
 

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