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America's Favorite Singing Cowboy
Known as America's Favorite Singing Cowboy, Gene Autry's career spanned some 70 years in the entertainment industry. He became famous in radio, records, film, television, and live tour performances including rodeo. From the late 1920s through the early 1950s, Gene Autry recorded and wrote hundreds of songs; he was the most successful singing cowboy, appearing in 93 movies and starring in 91 television productions. Gene Autry was ranked among the most celebrated film stars, and for years was considered to be the most popular Western film actor. In his later years, Gene Autry owned a television and radio station on the West Coast and was the original owner of the Angels Major League Baseball team.
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Updated October 1, 2021
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Gene Autry YouTube Clip of the Week
Posted November 21, 2022
In our Youtube Clip of the Week, enjoy Gene singing "If You'll Let Me Be Your Little Sweetheart" from The Gene Autry Show, Season Three episode, Ghost Mountain.
One of the featured players in this episode is Ewing Miles Brown. Known as Lucky, Ewing got his start in the Little Rascals and enjoyed a career as an actor, producer and director for over ninety years.
Shout! Factory TV is currently streaming all 91 episodes of The Gene Autry Show. Read More
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Too Early for Christmas Music?
Posted November 14, 2022
Did you notice the holiday gift-giving commercials during the World Series games? Are you bumping into the candy canes and chocolate Santas at the grocery store before the turkeys and stuffing? And did your local radio station start playing 24 hours of Christmas music this week? You might be saying, "It's too early for this! Back in my day we never heard Christmas songs on the radio before Thanksgiving!" Well…not so fast. America's Favorite Singing Cowboy, Gene Autry was performing Christmas music on his radio show before Thanksgiving and even before Halloween as far back as the 1940s. Check out when he introduced "Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer," "Frosty the Snowman" and "White Christmas" on his weekly radio show here.
If all this festive holiday activity has you wanting to learn more about the stories behind Gene's iconic Christmas classics "Here Comes Santa Claus (Right Down Santa Claus Lane)" and "Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer," then check out the Gene Autry's Cowboy Christmas section here.
Autry Museum On-Line Program "What Is a Western?" Featuring Maxine Hansen
Posted April 20, 2021
Join Maxine Hansen, Executive Assistant to Mrs. Gene Autry, as she discusses the Film and Television Western Oral History project she and Bob Fisher have worked on for a number of years. Over fifty interviews have been conducted featuring the talented individuals who created the Western film and television genre.
The Gene Autry Show Now Exclusively
Streaming on Shout! Factory TV
Posted December 3, 2020
Gene Autry Entertainment is delighted to announce that Shout! Factory TV is now streaming all 91 episodes of the television series The Gene Autry Show. The Gene Autry Show aired on CBS from 1950 to 1955 and was sponsored by Wrigley's Doublemint Chewing Gum. It follows the adventures of singing cowboy Gene Autry, his Wonder Horse Champion, and his sidekick Pat Buttram, who travel the Southwest to maintain law and order.
The series is a collection of stand-alone half-hour episodes. Each unique show has Gene's trademark mixture of action, comedy, and singing. It also features a wide range of guests, including the Cass County Boys, Alan Hale Jr., Sheila Ryan, and Gail Davis.
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