Search the Western Clippings Site

An Interview With…
    - Archives

Will "Sugarfoot" Hutchins
    - Archives

Do You Remember?
    - Archives

Comic Book Cowboys
    - Archives

Westerns of...
    - Archives

Heavies and Characters
    - Archives

The Stuntmen - Neil Summers
    - Archives

Western Treasures
    - Gallery 94
    - Gallery 93
    - Gallery 92
    - Gallery 91
    - Gallery 90
    - Gallery 89
    - Gallery 88
    - Gallery 87
    - Gallery 86
    - Gallery 85
    - Gallery 84
    - Gallery 83
    - Gallery 82
    - Gallery 81
    - Gallery 80
    - Gallery 79
    - Gallery 78
    - Gallery 77
    - Gallery 76
    - Gallery 75
    - Gallery 74
    - Gallery 73
    - Gallery 72
    - Gallery 71
    - Gallery 70
    - Gallery 69
    - Gallery 68
    - Gallery 67
    - Gallery 66
    - Gallery 65
    - Gallery 64
    - Gallery 63
    - Gallery 62
    - Gallery 61
    - Gallery 60
    - Gallery 59
    - Gallery 58
    - Gallery 57
    - Gallery 56
    - Gallery 55
    - Gallery 54
    - Gallery 53
    - Gallery 52
    - Gallery 51
    - Gallery 50
    - Gallery 49
    - Gallery 48
    - Gallery 47
    - Gallery 46
    - Gallery 45
    - Gallery 44
    - Gallery 43
    - Gallery 42
    - Gallery 41
    - Gallery 40
    - Gallery 39
    - Gallery 38
    - Gallery 37
    - Gallery 36
    - Gallery 35
    - Gallery 34
    - Gallery 33
    - Gallery 32
    - Gallery 31
    - Gallery 30
    - Gallery 29
    - Gallery 28
    - Gallery 27
    - Gallery 26
    - Gallery 25
    - Gallery 24
    - Gallery 23
    - Gallery 22
    - Gallery 21
    - Gallery 20
    - Gallery 19
    - Gallery 18
    - Gallery 17
    - Gallery 16
    - Gallery 15
    - Gallery 14
    - Gallery 13
    - Gallery 12
    - Gallery 11
    - Gallery 10
    - Gallery 9
    - Gallery 8
    - Gallery 7
    - Gallery 6
    - Gallery 5
    - Gallery 4
    - Gallery 3
    - Gallery 2
    - Gallery 1

Circus Cowboys
    - Archives

Rangeland Elegance
    - Archives

Western Artifacts
    - Archives

Film Festival Fotos
    - Archives

Silent Western Reviews
    - Archives

Serial Report
    - Archives

Research & Consulting

Subscribe to Western Clippings

Other Western Links

COLLECTIBLES FOR SALE:

Western Clippings Back Issues

Serial Report Back Issues

Daily Comic Strips

Sunday Comic Strips

Books

Miscellaneous Collectibles

Lobby Cards

Laser Copies of Lobby Cards

Movie Posters

Movie & TV Stills

Home

Three of our favorite TV western heroes gather to compare notes: Hugh O’Brian (“Wyatt Earp”), John Lupton (“Broken Arrow”) and Clint Walker (“Cheyenne”).

Three of our favorite TV western heroes gather to compare notes: Hugh O’Brian (“Wyatt Earp”), John Lupton (“Broken Arrow”) and Clint Walker (“Cheyenne”).

Relaxing at home, James Arness, star of TV's long running “Gunsmoke”, brushes up on his western history by reading a copy of PORTRAIT OF THE OLD WEST by Harold McCracken, first published in 1952.

Relaxing at home, James Arness, star of TV's long running “Gunsmoke”, brushes up on his western history by reading a copy of PORTRAIT OF THE OLD WEST by Harold McCracken, first published in 1952.

James Arness compares his sixshooter with a new Mauser rifle while on a practice shoot at the Los Angeles Police Academy Pistol Range in 1959.

James Arness compares his sixshooter with a new Mauser rifle while on a practice shoot at the Los Angeles Police Academy Pistol Range in 1959.

James Arness with his first wife Virginia. (Thanx to Terry Cutts.)

James Arness with his first wife Virginia. (Thanx to Terry Cutts.)

Susan Oliver and Lorne Greene take a coffee break from filming “Bonanza: The Outcast” in January 1960. (Thanx to Terry Cutts.)

Susan Oliver and Lorne Greene take a coffee break from filming “Bonanza: The Outcast” in January 1960. (Thanx to Terry Cutts.)

Lash LaRue, Eddie Dean, Don Barry, Jimmy Wakely and Ken Maynard at the Hollywood Press Club (April 26, 1971). (Thanx to Alan Magers.)

Lash LaRue, Eddie Dean, Don Barry, Jimmy Wakely and Ken Maynard at the Hollywood Press Club (April 26, 1971). (Thanx to Alan Magers.)

A Clint Walker wardrobe test at Warner Bros. for “Cheyenne”.

A Clint Walker wardrobe test at Warner Bros. for “Cheyenne”.

At home, Buck Jones inspects the Daisy Air Rifle named after him in the late ‘30s.

At home, Buck Jones inspects the Daisy Air Rifle named after him in the late ‘30s.

Production manager Howard Pine and Audie Murphy wait for a scene setup on Universal’s “Bullet for a Badman” (‘64).

Production manager Howard Pine and Audie Murphy wait for a scene setup on Universal’s “Bullet for a Badman” (‘64).

Angie Dickinson discusses her “Rio Bravo” script with director Howard Hawks. Note in the first photo John Wayne is mostly obscured by the camera, but by the second photo he has walked into the background.

Angie Dickinson discusses her “Rio Bravo” script with director Howard Hawks. Note in the first photo John Wayne is mostly obscured by the camera, but by the second photo he has walked into the background.

Angie Dickinson discusses her “Rio Bravo” script with director Howard Hawks. Note in the first photo John Wayne is mostly obscured by the camera, but by the second photo he has walked into the background.

Above two photos are of Roy Rogers with CHICAGO SUN-TIMES newspaper columnist Irv Kupcinet. Both circa late ‘40s early '50s. (Thanx to Bobby Copeland and Janey Miller.)

Above two photos are of Roy Rogers with CHICAGO SUN-TIMES newspaper columnist Irv Kupcinet. Both circa late ‘40s early '50s. (Thanx to Bobby Copeland and Janey Miller.)

Above two photos are of Roy Rogers with CHICAGO SUN-TIMES newspaper columnist Irv Kupcinet. Both circa late ‘40s early '50s. (Thanx to Bobby Copeland and Janey Miller.)

Tim McCoy relaxes in his den surrounded by many of is Indian momentos.

Tim McCoy relaxes in his den surrounded by many of is Indian momentos.

On a personal appearance in 1955, Fess Parker as “Davy Crockett” with Buddy Ebsen as Georgie Russell.

On a personal appearance in 1955, Fess Parker as “Davy Crockett” with Buddy Ebsen as Georgie Russell.

Hugh O’Brian in July ‘57 sitting on boxloads of toy Buntline Special guns promoted on his “Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp” TV series.

Hugh O’Brian in July ‘57 sitting on boxloads of toy Buntline Special guns promoted on his “Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp” TV series.

James Garner (“Maverick”) and Ty Hardin (“Bronco”) having fun at a party circa 1960. (Thanx to Terry Cutts.)

James Garner (“Maverick”) and Ty Hardin (“Bronco”) having fun at a party circa 1960. (Thanx to Terry Cutts.)

Sparring partners...World Heavyweight Champion from 1919-1926, Jack Dempsey, and Tom Mix. (Thanx to Bobby Copeland.)

Sparring partners...World Heavyweight Champion from 1919-1926, Jack Dempsey, and Tom Mix. (Thanx to Bobby Copeland.)

Wayde Preston (R), star of Warner Bros. TV series “Colt .45”, gets some pointers on handling a sixgun from Arvo Ojala, the acknowledged dean of Hollywood's gun-coach experts.

Wayde Preston (R), star of Warner Bros. TV series “Colt .45”, gets some pointers on handling a sixgun from Arvo Ojala, the acknowledged dean of Hollywood's gun-coach experts.

Hoot Gibson, young Buddy Champion and entertainer Bill Woods while filming “Life in Las Vegas” in 1945. (Thanx to Chuck Anderson.)

Hoot Gibson, young Buddy Champion and entertainer Bill Woods while filming “Life in Las Vegas” in 1945. (Thanx to Chuck Anderson.)

Gail (“Annie Oakley”) Davis poses at the London Zoo with a ??? (Thanx to Terry Cutts.)

Gail (“Annie Oakley”) Davis poses at the London Zoo with a ??? (Thanx to Terry Cutts.)

Leo Carrillo at the 17th annual Old Spanish Days Fiesta in Santa Barbara, CA, in 1940. (Thanx to Alan Magers.)

Leo Carrillo at the 17th annual Old Spanish Days Fiesta in Santa Barbara, CA, in 1940. (Thanx to Alan Magers.)

William Boyd and wife Grace Bradley attending Cecil B. DeMille’s funeral in 1959. (Thanx to Gene Douglass.)

William Boyd and wife Grace Bradley attending Cecil B. DeMille’s funeral in 1959. (Thanx to Gene Douglass.)

Eric Fleming (“Rawhide”) chats with TV TIMES reporter Nora Laing and casting director Russel Trost. (Thanx to Terry Cutts.)

Eric Fleming (“Rawhide”) chats with TV TIMES reporter Nora Laing and casting director Russel Trost. (Thanx to Terry Cutts.)

Smiley Burnette, Montie Montana, Gene Autry. Early to mid-‘40s? (Thanx to Bobby Copeland.)

Smiley Burnette, Montie Montana, Gene Autry. Early to mid-‘40s? (Thanx to Bobby Copeland.)

 

top of page