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About Us

Author, M.C. for Q & A sessions with the celebrities at numerous Western film festivals. Lecturer on film through song, stories & power point, depending on the occasion. Teach western film history at Central Arizona College. Fellow of the Arts & presenter at Scottsdale's Museum of Western Art.

How We Got Started

My love of western films and being at the right place at the right time, led me to do what I love.

Our Team
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Charlie LeSueur
Upcoming Events & Promotions
Feb
28
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New Class at Central Arizona College - Feb 28-Mar 28 9 am-Noon The Silver Screen Cowboys, from Film to Television & Beyond... The film studios were in turmoil, B cowboy were moving to TV. By 1955, “Adult” westerns began to appear. Hoppy, Gene, Roy & Dale, Cisco, and the Lone Ranger were giving...
Mar
8
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READ for FREE on Kindle Unlimited. Learn the real stories of the cowboys of film & TV. It's a fascinating journey through their successes and their failures...fascinating, The scandal behind Bill Boyd becoming Hopalong Cassidy. The big screen cowboy shoved aside to make way for upstart Gene...
Mar
13
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Don't forget the Gigantic " Cowboy Way" WestFest at the Gene Autry Oklahoma Museum in May...in the meantime read all about the silver screen cowboys for FREE!!! http://www.silverscreencowboyz.com/freereadonkindle.html
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Riding the Hollywood Trail: Tales of the Silver Screen Cowboys

NOW BACK on KINDLE - If you love the inside story on Westerns Riding the Hollywood Trail: Tales of the Silver Screen Cowboys tells the real stories of the "B" cowboys without whitewashing the facts. From their studio battles to their personal demons, it's all here. Charlie LeSueur strips...

Riding the Hollywood Trail II: Blazing the Early Television Trail

This is the follow-up book to the first "Riding the Hollywood Trail." Inside you will find all the interesting stories and details of what it took to bring these heroes of the silver screen to television starting in 1949 at a time when the film studios where under fire by the Federal Government,...

Golden Nuggets Along the Old Hollywood Trail

Award Winning Western Film Historian Charlie LeSueur gives you the inside stories the biggest cowboy stars, films and television series we watched growing up. You'll pick up new bits of trivia and fun facts as you listen over and over to this fun CD.

Riding the Hollywood Trail: Tales of the Silver Screen Cowboys - eBook/Kindle

After being unavailable for several months the eBook is available on Amazon & my website. Riding the Hollywood Trail: Tales of the Silver Screen Cowboys tells the real stories of the "B" cowboys without whitewashing the facts. From their studio battles to their personal demons, it's all here. ...
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One of the top Museums in Arizona if you want to see the real history of the Valley of the Sun.
Past Events & Promotions
Feb
18
Zane Grey’s “Riders of the Purple Sage,” which has been in print continuously since 1912, is perhaps the most popular western novel of all time. It significantly shaped the formula of westerns with its themes of revenge, love and morality and gave credence to the role of the gunman as anti-hero. ...
Feb
18
Zane Grey’s “Riders of the Purple Sage,” which has been in print continuously since 1912, is perhaps the most popular western novel of all time. It significantly shaped the formula of westerns with its themes of revenge, love and morality and gave credence to the role of the gunman as anti-hero. ...
Feb
18
Zane Grey’s “Riders of the Purple Sage,” which has been in print continuously since 1912, is perhaps the most popular western novel of all time. It significantly shaped the formula of westerns with its themes of revenge, love and morality and gave credence to the role of the gunman as anti-hero. ...

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