Hockensmith, Steve
September 2001
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;9/11/2001, Vol. 369 Issue 48, p12
Details the history of Western films. Contribution of 'Stagecoach' to the golden age of the genre; Attitude of the contemporary film industry toward the Western movies; Audience appeal of the films; Phenomenon of the old West reflected by the genre's television history.


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