CONGRATULATIONS NAACP TRIPLE-WINNER KERRY WASHINGTON
“Because of the thousands of e-mails, letters, and calls in support of RFD-TV and FamilyNet over the past two weeks, I am pleased to report to you today that the crisis appears to be over for most Cox cable customers in regards to their receiving RFD-TV and/or FamilyNet on your cable system.” He goes on to say that not only will the networks not be pulled off the air; in Omaha, Oklahoma City and Tulsa, where only RFD-TV is shown, the viewer response was so enthusiastic that they may add FamilyNet to their line-up as well.
'LAST OF THE MOHICANS' SATURDAY AT THE AUTRY
Don't miss LAST OF THE MOHICANS, 1:30 pm, this Saturday at the Autry! In 35mm, starring Daniel Day-Lewis, Madeline Stowe and Russell Means. Discussion with Autry curator Jeffrey Richardson!
HAPPY 68TH BIRTHDAY TOM SELLECK!
The actor who made his biggest Western impression in an Australian film, QUIGLEY DOWN UNDER, made his first TV appearance on an episode of LANCER. Most of his Western work has been in high quality TV movies and mini-series, including three Louis L’Amours, THE SACKETTS, THE SHADOW RIDERS and CROSSFIRE TRAIL, Elmore Leonard’s LAST STAND AT SABRE RIVER, and the 2003 remake of Jack Shaffer’s MONTE WALSH.
Beautiful and talented Katherine Ross, perhaps best remembered as
The former Army boxing champ first made an impression on Western fans when he appeared on three ROY ROGERS SHOW episodes, plus a RANGE RIDER, in 1952 and 1953. He continued in a wide variety of western and civilian roles on big and small screen, including SEVEN MEN FROM NOW, but really clicked in 1963 as Paul Regret, opposite John Wayne in THE COMANCHEROS. He followed in 1964 with RIO CONCHOS. In 1967 he starred as Marshal Jim Crown in CIMARRON STRIP, sitting a horse handsomely, and it’s a shame that this excellent 90-minute Western drama only lasted one season. His career has continued to be busy, and among his later Western appearances are a HEC RAMSEY episode, THE WHITE BUFFALO with Charles Bronson, GO WEST YOUNG GIRL, ONCE UPON A TEXAS TRAIN, and an episode of
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