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    Cowboys

    I got this link in an email today... pretty neat. I remember all these old cowboys... only a couple of them are before my time...


    http://oldfortyfives.com/thoseoldwesterns.htm
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    Wow, that was a trip down memory lane. I knew a lot of them
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    fun! most died rather young or am I just OLD?
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    Thanks for posting this. Yes, it certainly was a trip down memory lane! A much appreciated trip.
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    thanks for this link, " Johnny Yuma THE REBEL were my favorite, did anyone else have a favorite ?

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    That was great!

    I can't single out one favorite, but there were a number of them that I really liked. A good western is hard to beat.

    There were more cowboys than I remembered, so I recon I'm gonna hafta start watching some westerns and get re-acquainted.

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    That was a great trip down the dusty memory trail, that is for sure!

    I have a question about TV westerns. Does anyone besides me remember the afternoon TV western from Chicago that was broadcast LIVE?
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    Favorites include Gunsmoke, Wagon Trail, and Bonanza. I now have Gunsmoke and Wagon Train on DVD--a good way to spend an hour on most any day.
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    If your ever traveling through Southern AZ on I-10 stop off in Wilcox and go to the Rex Allen Museum, He was born there and Andy Devine was born in Kingman Arizona, theres a road named after him. I went to the Roy Rodgers Museum when it was in Apple Valley California, since then they've moved it to Branson Mo. If in LA area the Gen Autry Museum is very interesting, It's in Griffith Park.
    I like em all. If I had to pick one it would be any John Wayne movie.
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    Ditto, I knew more of them than I thought I would, and find out that some were dead which I didn't know...

    Thanks for the link
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