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America's Favorite Singing Cowboy

Gene Autry's career spanned some 70 years in the entertainment industry and he became famous in film, radio, television, and live theater and rodeo performances.

He recorded and wrote hundreds of songs; he was the most successful singing cowboy, completing 93 movies and starring in 91 television productions. Gene Autry was ranked among the most celebrated film stars, and for years was considered to be the most popular Western film actor.

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Gene Autry Calendar of EventsSave the Date!
Gene Autry Activities and Events

Updated March 28, 2016

At this time, you'll find the dates and names of the events with further details to come in the days ahead.

Saturday, April 23, 2016
Gene Autry Double Feature at the Autry Museum
Western Jamboree (1938) and Heart of the Rio Grande (1942) Read More

Saturday, June 25, 2016
Gene Autry Double Feature at the Autry Museum
Sierra Sue (1941) and Cowboy Serenade (1942) Read More

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Encore Westerns Daily Schedule

Encore Westerns by Movie Title

Gene Autry YouTube Clip of the Week
Posted April 25, 2016

Have you subscribed to the Gene Autry Official YouTube Channel yet? When you do, you'll be the first to know when swell new clips are added like "Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy" from Gene's 1950 film Indian Territory. New clips are posted by Gene Autry Entertainment on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Read more here on how to subscribe for free.


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Gene Autry, the First Angel
Updated March 28, 2016

Opening Day for Major League Baseball is just around the corner and David Krell of The Sports Post recently chatted with Maxine Hansen, Executive Assistant to Mr. and Mrs. Autry, about Gene Autry and baseball. Read More Here

Gene Autry Double Features at The Autry Museum
Updated March 7, 2016

Saturday matinee double features (the screening of two motion pictures for the price of one) were an industry standard in the first half of the 20th century. The Autry Museum of the American West continues the tradition with its own Saturday matinee double features starring America's Favorite Singing Cowboy, Gene Autry. Two of Gene's musical B Westerns are screened the fourth Saturday of every other month in the Imagination Gallery's Western Legacy Theater.

Each Double Feature has a theme and for the screening on Saturday, April 23rd the theme is "Dude Ranch Cowhands."


Gene Autry surveys his dude ranch cowhands.

Smiley Burnette, Fay McKenzie, and Gene Autry


In several of Gene Autry's Republic Pictures musical B-Westerns, he plays the role of Ranch Forman overseeing city folk pretending to be cowboys and cowgirls at a Dude Ranch. April's films Western Jamboree and Heart of the Rio Grande follow this plot line with plenty of hijinks and Western songs.

For details on the Saturday, April 23rd Gene Autry Double Feature please visit the Autry Museum's website here.

Find the full Gene Autry Double Feature schedule here.

Joanne Hale

The Autry Museum Announces the Death of Founding
President and Life Trustee Joanne D. Hale (1928 – 2016)

Posted February 5, 2016

It with sadness that Gene Autry Entertainment shares the news that Autry Museum Founding President and Life Trustee Joanne Hale passed away on Tuesday, February 2nd. The Autry Museum of the American West issued the following information:

Los Angeles, CA (February 4, 2016)—Autry Founding President and Life Trustee Joanne D. Hale died Tuesday, February 2, 2016, in Burbank, California. Hale is survived by her daughters Susannah Urlik, Brandy Burnett, and Andrea Haverback; son Harlan Haverback and daughter-in-law Ming Zhao; and grandchildren Kyle Haverback and Christopher Burnett. She was 87 years old.

"Joanne was more than a friend. I considered her my cherished sister. She was also the heart and soul of the Autry. As much as I feel a tremendous sense of loss, I take comfort in the fact that her vision and passion for the American West will forever illuminate the museum she co-founded," said Jackie Autry, Founding Chair of the Autry's board of trustees. Read More

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