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Actors
   Gene Autry
   Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd)
   Jack Hoxie: American cowboy star of silent films, Jack Hoxie was raised in the Indian Territory (now Oklahoma) and in Idaho, learning riding and roping at an early age. He became a popular and successful rodeo star, winning national championships.
Roy Rogers
   William S. Hart: American silent film actor, screenwriter, director and producer. He is remembered as a foremost Western star of the silent era who “imbued all of his characters with honor and integrity.”
   John Wayne: Marion Robert Morrison, professionally known as John Wayne and nicknamed “the Duke”, was an American actor who became a popular icon through his starring roles in films which were produced during Hollywood’s Golden Age, especially in Western and war movies
   
Directors
   
   William Wellman
   William Wellman Jr.
   William Witney
   
Exhibits                                    THIS WOULD REQUIRE ITS OWN TAB
101 Ranch
Gene Autry
Camera Cars
   Hopalong Cassidy:   asdsa
Lone Ranger
Tom Mix
Native Americans
   Randolph Scott
   
Films
   Gunga Din (1939): ccc
   The Lone Ranger: While many fictional American heroes of the 20th Century had their beginnings in comic books, The Lone Ranger, featured in the 1938 Republic serial was created in 1933 for radio. Only later did he start appearing in daily comic strips and comic books and then to TV & Film.
   Tremors (1990): ddd
   
Movie Locations
   Anchor Ranch
   Anchorville & Hoppy: hhhh
   Arrastra
   Lone Ranger Canyon: In 1938, the Lone Ranger, an original radio show from the early 1930’s, was introduced to film audiences by Republic Pictures as a 15-episode serial. Filmed in the Alabama Hills, six Texas Rangers are drawn into a remote canyon and ambushed by a band of outlaws led by
   Bartholomew “Butch” Cavendish. All are left for dead.
   Ruiz Hill
   Mather Ranch
   
History

   Alabama Hills

   Lone Pine Stampede:  The first big show of rodeo fame in Lone Pine was instigated. Wilfred Cline, stockman, and one of the leading rodeo stockmen in both California and Nevada and the late Russell Spainhower, Southern Inyo rancher and cattleman, The rodeo would become a traditional
   spring event for the next 30 years.
   
Western Film Articles
    Exhibit Cards : Chicago-based Exhibit Supply Company, beginning with its inaugural issue of 1921  continued until about 1971 when its last cards were printed. Cards for sports. movies and actors were available in machines distributed by the company.
    Westerns – The Early Years: nnnn