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Told through the persona of narrator Tap McCoy, a renegade, drifter, loner, and well-seasoned cowboy we experience ...more




Shadow Of The Wind, while a fictional novel by definition, is based on true-to-life individuals. It is the long anticipated installment to Mac Hedges' award winning Western novel, Last Buckaroo. In Shadow...more

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In “Horse Tales”, famous horse doctor and humorist Ben K. Doc. Green shares his growing-up years, telling antic and often amazing tales of horses, cattle, mules, and even people, set in the times “before air conditioning and soft children.” This classic collection, twenty years out of print, is still guaranteed to make your sides ache with laughter. Highlighted with sketches by William Moyers, John Hampton, and Joe Beeler, three distinguished members of the Cowboy Artists Of America, this book is a delight to readers who love horses or simply love a good story...More

Having played host to more than 60 Hollywood productions—from the early years of cinema through the 1970s—Sedona, Arizona’s impact on the film industry is revealed here for the first time. Joe McNeill, Arizona's top Western Literary Wrangler, has detailed its role as a silent but stunning backdrop to all types of movies, this volume covers the silent films, B westerns, World War II propaganda, and film noirs filmed on location in Arizona. Lavishly illustrated, this reference tells the story behind an anti-American Nazi propaganda western; the true history of film making in Monument Valley; the first-ever inclusive guide to the location filming of Stagecoach; and descriptions of each Arizona production from conception through reception by critics and audiences, with plot summaries and complete details
of cast and crew. 680 Pages

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