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News Archive: 2007

Reviews for
Gene Autry Westerns

Updated September 24, 2007

The latest Gene Autry book, Gene Autry Westerns by author and Western Film Historian Boyd Magers, is receiving wonderful reviews! We thought you'd like to read what the reviewers had to say about this amazingly detailed film and television book and its author. As new reviews become available, we will post them here.

A Few Words with Author of New Gene Autry Book
Posted September 24, 2007

Cowboy film historian Boyd Magers has written one of the most detailed and exacting looks at Autry's professional career that a fan could wish for. Read

Review for Boyd Magers' Gene Autry Westerns:
Albuquerque author compiles Gene Autry filmography

Posted 08.28.2007

"Magers' "Gene Autry Westerns" doesn't pretend to be an Autry biography. It is a fact-crammed account of all of Autry's Western movies, as well as a look at his TV show (1950-56), his movie sidekicks, his leading ladies, his movie songs, his movie locations and his movie horse, Champion." Read

Leonard Maltin's Picks: Gene Autry Westerns
Posted 08.27.2007

"Here is the book sure to please any western fan: an authoritative survey of Gene Autry's films drawn from material in the Autry archives. No one is better suited to have taken on this task than Boyd Magers, editor-publisher of Western Clippings magazine and an unrivaled expert in the field." Read

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