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#30 (July/Aug. ‘99) Rory Calhoun death, “The Texan”, Fred Humes, producer Gordon Kay on Rocky Lane, Lyn Wilde, Ken Terrell $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
#67 (Sept./Oct. ‘05) Roy Rogers celebration, Comic Book: Buster Crabbe, “Tate”, Tim Holt, Monument Valley (Pt. 1), Norman Leavitt, obscure silent stars, Dorothy Greene, Frank McDonald $7
#68 (Nov./Dec. ‘05) Tribute to Jack Mathis, “Gunsmoke”- 50th Anniversary, John Wayne, Tim Holt, Henry Silva, “Hotel de Paree”, Comic Book: Tim McCoy, John Bromfield, Debbie Reynolds, George Orrison, Mickey Kuhn, director Sam Newfield, Monument Valley (Pt. 2), Nell Shipman.  $7
#69 (Jan./Feb. ‘06) Hoppy and FDR, Sunset Carson, Comic Book: Range Rider, “Tall Man”, Al Taylor, Mexico film star (Pt. 1), Academy awards for stuntmen, director Robert Emmett Tansey, Argentina Brunetti, Frances Kavanugh, Broncho Billy, John Ford. $6
#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
#81 (Jan./Feb. ‘08) Roy Rogers - (personal letter), Fess Parker, Roy Barcroft interview, Lee Powell/Bill Boyd/Art Davis, “Colt .45”, Wayde Preston, William Fawcett, Comic Books: Smiley Burnette, Andy Devine; Jeannie Bates, Buck Jones, Breezy Eason, (Pt. 2), Evelyn Finley, Eileen and Josie Sedgwick, “Silver Whip”, Arizona locations, Pat Fielder. $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
#84 (July/Aug. ‘08) James Garner stroke; “Daredevils of the West”; Lone Ranger comic books; “Tales of the Texas Rangers”; Don “Red” Barry; Westerns of Bob Steele Pt.2; J. Farrell MacDonald; “The Last Wagon”; cinematographer Richad Kline; New Mexico Ghost Towns; Tommy Carr Pt. 1; Jack Mower; James Stewart $6
#98 (Nov./Dec. ‘10) Republic 75th Celebration; Comic Book Cowboys: Buffalo Bill Jr; Dick Jones in “Buffalo Bill Jr.”; Westerns of Bill Elliott Part 3; James Gregory; Buddy Roosevelt interview; Gary Clarke interview; Joel McCrea; Roger Mobley; Black actors in westerns; silent western epics; Painted Desert, AZ $6
#99 (Jan./Feb. ‘11) Ward Bond, “Custer.”, Westerns of Sterling Hayden, James Ellison interview, Comic Book Cowboys: Lawman, John Anderson, Gary Clarke interview Pt. 2; Black actors in westerns; Florida westerns; Jock Mahoney;“Four Guns to the Border.”, Richard Dix $6
#100 (Mar./Apr. ‘11) “True Grit.” old and new; Buckskin Joe closes;“Laredo”; Harry Harvey; Westerns of the 3 Mesquiteers; Comic Book Cowboys: Gray Ghost, Hotel de Paree, Gunslinger, Monroes; interview with Tris Coffin; Babe DeFreest; Mystery town located; Liam Sullivan; “Charo.”; John Smith $6
#101 (May/June ‘11) Final Roy Rogers auction; singing cowboys on TCM; "Have Gun Will Travel"; Comic Book Cowgirls: Dale Evans; Westerns of the Three Mesquiteers (Part 2); Character Actor William Mimms; Murdock MacQuarrie; Hank Worden; "Ambush" with Robert Taylor; Westerns in Rural America; Corriganville; Dick Jones $6
#103 (Sept./Oct. ‘11) George Houston/Howard Keel connection; Lash LaRue poem by Randy Boone; Westerns of Charles Starrett (Part 2); "Man Without a Gun"; Character players Steve Ihnat and Nestor Paiva; Comic Book Cowboys: Restless Gun and Jim Bowie; Jan Merlin; "Apache Drums"; Steve McQueen; Wyatt Earp: The Man and the Movies; Cerro Gordo, Keeler and Dolomite, CA; Ken Maynard; Ken Curtis $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
#111 (Jan./Feb. ‘13) ) “Cheyenne” archived; Comic Book Cowboys: Annie Oakley; “Buckskin”; James Best; Westerns of Rory Calhoun; B-Western Fact Check; Dabs Greer; “Fort Massacre”; Rory Calhoun; Al Jennings; Lasky Mesa $6
#112 (March/April ‘13) ) Harry Carey Jr. memorial issue; Westerns of Clint Walker; “Grizzly Adams”; Virginia Gregg; Larry Dobkin; Comic Book Cowboys: “Buckskin”/“Circus Boy”; “Django Unchained”; Dabs Greer; Mammoth Lakes, CA; “Return of Jack Slade”; Johnny Cash; Sci-Fi westerns $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
#118 (Mar/April ‘14) )Westerns of Fred MacMurray; Comic Book Cowboys: Wild Wild West; Radio: Hopalong Cassidy; “Whiplash”; Lloyd Ingraham; Hal Price; “High Chaparral”; Man Who Scored Liberty Valance; Western film images of Congress; San Diego County and Southern California Missions $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
#120 (July/August ‘14) )Color wrap-around “A Gathering of Guns 6 at Memphis Film Festival; Radio: “Ft. Laramie”; Comic book: Steve Donovan; Don Megowan; “The Westerner”; Westerns of Jeff Chandler; Music: R. Dale Butts; “Arrowhead”; Truckee and Yosemite National Park locations; Bob Wilke; John Wayne $10
 

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