Gene Autry Photos

Gene Autry - LOS ANGELES, CA - SEPTEMBER 5: A life-sized cardboard cutout of actor, director and politician Clint Eastwood stands next to an empty chair cutout September 5, 2012 north of Los Angeles, California. Eastwood's 12-minute conversation with an empty chair representing President Barack Obama sparked much attention at the 2012 Republican National Convention. Cutout figures of movie western icons Clint Eastwood, John Wayne and Gene Autry have been erected overlooking the Glendale Freeway by a local artist.

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LOS ANGELES, CA - SEPTEMBER 5: A life-sized cardboard cutout of actor, director and politician Clint Eastwood stands next to an empty chair cutout September 5, 2012 north of Los Angeles, California. Eastwood's 12-minute conversation with an empty chair representing President Barack Obama sparked much attention at the 2012 Republican National Convention. Cutout figures of movie western icons Clint Eastwood, John Wayne and Gene Autry have been erected overlooking the Glendale Freeway by a local artist.
  • Gene Autry - LOS ANGELES, CA - SEPTEMBER 5: A life-sized cardboard cutout of actor, director and politician Clint Eastwood stands next to an empty chair cutout September 5, 2012 north of Los Angeles, California. Eastwood's 12-minute conversation with an empty chair representing President Barack Obama sparked much attention at the 2012 Republican National Convention. Cutout figures of movie western icons Clint Eastwood, John Wayne and Gene Autry have been erected overlooking the Glendale Freeway by a local artist.
  • Gene Autry - A man walks past a display of historic sheriff badges at the Autry National Center of the American West, a museum that celebrates the diversity and history of the American West, in Los Angeles on August 17, 2010. The Museum of the American West was established in 1988 by legendary recording and movie star Gene Autry to explore and share the comprehensive story of the American West and it's multiple cultures, perspectives, traditions, and experiences, that make the West a significant and unique part of the world. The museum's collection is comprised of nearly 21,000 paintings, sculptures, costumes, textiles, firearms, tools, toys, games, musical instruments and other historical objects.
  • Gene Autry - Visitors view exhibits from the Wild West, on display at the Autry National Center of the American West, in Los Angeles on August 17, 2010. The Museum of the American West was established in 1988 by legendary recording and movie star Gene Autry to explore and share the comprehensive story of the American West and it's multiple cultures, perspectives, traditions, and experiences, that make the West a significant and unique part of the world. The Museum's collection is comprised of nearly 21,000 paintings, sculptures, costumes, textiles, firearms, tools, toys, games, musical instruments and other historical objects.
  • Gene Autry - The camera used by legendary film director Cecil B. deMille to film the movie 'The Squaw Man' in 1914 on display at the Autry National Center of the American West, in Los Angeles on August 17, 2010. The Museum of the American West was established in 1988 by legendary recording and movie star Gene Autry to explore and share the comprehensive story of the American West and it's multiple cultures, perspectives, traditions, and experiences, that make the West a significant and unique part of the world. The Museum's collection is comprised of nearly 21,000 paintings, sculptures, costumes, textiles, firearms, tools, toys, games, musical instruments and other historical objects.
  • Gene Autry - A pair of steel boots used by the late singer Michael Jackson that is part of an exhibition titled 'How the West Was Worn by....Michael Jackson' at the Autry National Center of the American West, in Los Angeles on August 17, 2010. The boots are from the collection of former Jackson designers, Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush and reflect the way that Jackson used classical Cowboy and Western styles and influences in his stage costumes. The Museum of the American West was established in 1988 by legendary recording and movie star Gene Autry to explore and share the comprehensive story of the American West and it's multiple cultures, perspectives, traditions, and experiences, that make the West a significant and unique part of the world.
  • Gene Autry - A view of historic Sheriff badges at the Autry National Center of the American West, which is a museum that celebrates the diversity and history of the American West, in Los Angeles on August 17, 2010. The Museum of the American West was established in 1988 by legendary recording and movie star Gene Autry to explore and share the comprehensive story of the American West and it's multiple cultures, perspectives, traditions, and experiences, that make the West a significant and unique part of the world. The Museum's collection is comprised of nearly 21,000 paintings, sculptures, costumes, textiles, firearms, tools, toys, games, musical instruments and other historical objects.
  • Gene Autry - A view of of historic sheriff badges at the Autry National Center of the American West, a museum that celebrates the diversity and history of the American West, in Los Angeles on August 17, 2010. The Museum of the American West was established in 1988 by legendary recording and movie star Gene Autry to explore and share the comprehensive story of the American West and it's multiple cultures, perspectives, traditions, and experiences, that make the West a significant and unique part of the world. The museum's collection is comprised of nearly 21,000 paintings, sculptures, costumes, textiles, firearms, tools, toys, games, musical instruments and other historical objects.
  • Gene Autry - A man walks past a display of historic sheriff badges at the Autry National Center of the American West, a museum that celebrates the diversity and history of the American West, in Los Angeles on August 17, 2010. The Museum of the American West was established in 1988 by legendary recording and movie star Gene Autry to explore and share the comprehensive story of the American West and it's multiple cultures, perspectives, traditions, and experiences, that make the West a significant and unique part of the world. The museum's collection is comprised of nearly 21,000 paintings, sculptures, costumes, textiles, firearms, tools, toys, games, musical instruments and other historical objects.
  • Gene Autry - Costumes showing a Western influence and worn by the late singer Michael Jackson that are part of an exhibition titled 'How the West Was Worn by....Michael Jackson' at the Autry National Center of the American West, in Los Angeles on August 17, 2010. The boots are from the collection of former Jackson designers, Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush and reflect the way that Jackson used classical Cowboy and Western styles and influences in his stage costumes. The Museum of the American West was established in 1988 by legendary recording and movie star Gene Autry to explore and share the comprehensive story of the American West and it's multiple cultures, perspectives, traditions, and experiences, that make the West a significant and unique part of the world.
  • Gene Autry - The camera used by legendary film director Cecil B. deMille to film the movie 'The Squaw Man' in 1914 on display at the Autry National Center of the American West, in Los Angeles on August 17, 2010. The Museum of the American West was established in 1988 by legendary recording and movie star Gene Autry to explore and share the comprehensive story of the American West and it's multiple cultures, perspectives, traditions, and experiences, that make the West a significant and unique part of the world. The Museum's collection is comprised of nearly 21,000 paintings, sculptures, costumes, textiles, firearms, tools, toys, games, musical instruments and other historical objects.
  • Gene Autry - Costumes showing a Western influence and worn by the late singer Michael Jackson that are part of an exhibition titled 'How the West Was Worn by....Michael Jackson' at the Autry National Center of the American West, in Los Angeles on August 17, 2010. The boots are from the collection of former Jackson designers, Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush and reflect the way that Jackson used classical Cowboy and Western styles and influences in his stage costumes. The Museum of the American West was established in 1988 by legendary recording and movie star Gene Autry to explore and share the comprehensive story of the American West and it's multiple cultures, perspectives, traditions, and experiences, that make the West a significant and unique part of the world.
  • Gene Autry - Costumes showing a Western influence and worn by the late singer Michael Jackson that are part of an exhibition titled 'How the West Was Worn by....Michael Jackson' at the Autry National Center of the American West, in Los Angeles on August 17, 2010. The boots are from the collection of former Jackson designers, Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush and reflect the way that Jackson used classical Cowboy and Western styles and influences in his stage costumes. The Museum of the American West was established in 1988 by legendary recording and movie star Gene Autry to explore and share the comprehensive story of the American West and it's multiple cultures, perspectives, traditions, and experiences, that make the West a significant and unique part of the world.
  • Gene Autry - A view of of historic Sheriff badges at the Autry National Center of the American West, which is a museum that celebrates the diversity and history of the American West, in Los Angeles on August 17, 2010. The Museum of the American West was established in 1988 by legendary recording and movie star Gene Autry to explore and share the comprehensive story of the American West and it's multiple cultures, perspectives, traditions, and experiences, that make the West a significant and unique part of the world. The Museum's collection is comprised of nearly 21,000 paintings, sculptures, costumes, textiles, firearms, tools, toys, games, musical instruments and other historical objects.
  • Gene Autry - A view of of historic Sheriff badges at the Autry National Center of the American West, which is a museum that celebrates the diversity and history of the American West, in Los Angeles on August 17, 2010. The Museum of the American West was established in 1988 by legendary recording and movie star Gene Autry to explore and share the comprehensive story of the American West and it's multiple cultures, perspectives, traditions, and experiences, that make the West a significant and unique part of the world. The Museum's collection is comprised of nearly 21,000 paintings, sculptures, costumes, textiles, firearms, tools, toys, games, musical instruments and other historical objects.
  • Gene Autry - Visitors view exhibits from the Wild West, on display at the Autry National Center of the American West, in Los Angeles on August 17, 2010. The Museum of the American West was established in 1988 by legendary recording and movie star Gene Autry to explore and share the comprehensive story of the American West and it's multiple cultures, perspectives, traditions, and experiences, that make the West a significant and unique part of the world. The Museum's collection is comprised of nearly 21,000 paintings, sculptures, costumes, textiles, firearms, tools, toys, games, musical instruments and other historical objects.
  • Gene Autry - The camera used by legendary film director Cecil B. deMille to film the movie 'The Squaw Man' in 1914 on display at the Autry National Center of the American West, in Los Angeles on August 17, 2010. The Museum of the American West was established in 1988 by legendary recording and movie star Gene Autry to explore and share the comprehensive story of the American West and it's multiple cultures, perspectives, traditions, and experiences, that make the West a significant and unique part of the world. The Museum's collection is comprised of nearly 21,000 paintings, sculptures, costumes, textiles, firearms, tools, toys, games, musical instruments and other historical objects.
  • Gene Autry - The camera used by legendary film director Cecil B. deMille to film the movie 'The Squaw Man' in 1914 on display at the Autry National Center of the American West, in Los Angeles on August 17, 2010. The Museum of the American West was established in 1988 by legendary recording and movie star Gene Autry to explore and share the comprehensive story of the American West and it's multiple cultures, perspectives, traditions, and experiences, that make the West a significant and unique part of the world. The Museum's collection is comprised of nearly 21,000 paintings, sculptures, costumes, textiles, firearms, tools, toys, games, musical instruments and other historical objects.
  • Gene Autry - Costumes showing a Western influence and worn by the late singer Michael Jackson that are part of an exhibition titled 'How the West Was Worn by....Michael Jackson' at the Autry National Center of the American West, in Los Angeles on August 17, 2010. The boots are from the collection of former Jackson designers, Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush and reflect the way that Jackson used classical Cowboy and Western styles and influences in his stage costumes. The Museum of the American West was established in 1988 by legendary recording and movie star Gene Autry to explore and share the comprehensive story of the American West and it's multiple cultures, perspectives, traditions, and experiences, that make the West a significant and unique part of the world.
  • Gene Autry - Costumes showing a Western influence and worn by the late singer Michael Jackson that are part of an exhibition titled 'How the West Was Worn by....Michael Jackson' at the Autry National Center of the American West, in Los Angeles on August 17, 2010. The boots are from the collection of former Jackson designers, Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush and reflect the way that Jackson used classical Cowboy and Western styles and influences in his stage costumes. The Museum of the American West was established in 1988 by legendary recording and movie star Gene Autry to explore and share the comprehensive story of the American West and it's multiple cultures, perspectives, traditions, and experiences, that make the West a significant and unique part of the world.
  • Gene Autry - Costumes showing a Western influence and worn by the late singer Michael Jackson that are part of an exhibition titled 'How the West Was Worn by....Michael Jackson' at the Autry National Center of the American West, in Los Angeles on August 17, 2010. The boots are from the collection of former Jackson designers, Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush and reflect the way that Jackson used classical Cowboy and Western styles and influences in his stage costumes. The Museum of the American West was established in 1988 by legendary recording and movie star Gene Autry to explore and share the comprehensive story of the American West and it's multiple cultures, perspectives, traditions, and experiences, that make the West a significant and unique part of the world.
  • Gene Autry - Costumes showing a Western influence and worn by the late singer Michael Jackson that are part of an exhibition titled 'How the West Was Worn by....Michael Jackson' at the Autry National Center of the American West, in Los Angeles on August 17, 2010. The boots are from the collection of former Jackson designers, Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush and reflect the way that Jackson used classical Cowboy and Western styles and influences in his stage costumes. The Museum of the American West was established in 1988 by legendary recording and movie star Gene Autry to explore and share the comprehensive story of the American West and it's multiple cultures, perspectives, traditions, and experiences, that make the West a significant and unique part of the world.
  • Gene Autry - A pair of steel boots used by the late singer Michael Jackson that is part of an exhibition titled 'How the West Was Worn by....Michael Jackson' at the Autry National Center of the American West, in Los Angeles on August 17, 2010. The boots are from the collection of former Jackson designers, Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush and reflect the way that Jackson used classical Cowboy and Western styles and influences in his stage costumes. The Museum of the American West was established in 1988 by legendary recording and movie star Gene Autry to explore and share the comprehensive story of the American West and it's multiple cultures, perspectives, traditions, and experiences, that make the West a significant and unique part of the world.
  • Gene Autry - A view of historic Sheriff badges at the Autry National Center of the American West, which is a museum that celebrates the diversity and history of the American West, in Los Angeles on August 17, 2010. The Museum of the American West was established in 1988 by legendary recording and movie star Gene Autry to explore and share the comprehensive story of the American West and it's multiple cultures, perspectives, traditions, and experiences, that make the West a significant and unique part of the world. The Museum's collection is comprised of nearly 21,000 paintings, sculptures, costumes, textiles, firearms, tools, toys, games, musical instruments and other historical objects.
  • Gene Autry - A view of of historic Sheriff badges at the Autry National Center of the American West, which is a museum that celebrates the diversity and history of the American West, in Los Angeles on August 17, 2010. The Museum of the American West was established in 1988 by legendary recording and movie star Gene Autry to explore and share the comprehensive story of the American West and it's multiple cultures, perspectives, traditions, and experiences, that make the West a significant and unique part of the world. The Museum's collection is comprised of nearly 21,000 paintings, sculptures, costumes, textiles, firearms, tools, toys, games, musical instruments and other historical objects.
  • Gene Autry - A view of of historic Sheriff badges at the Autry National Center of the American West, which is a museum that celebrates the diversity and history of the American West, in Los Angeles on August 17, 2010. The Museum of the American West was established in 1988 by legendary recording and movie star Gene Autry to explore and share the comprehensive story of the American West and it's multiple cultures, perspectives, traditions, and experiences, that make the West a significant and unique part of the world. The Museum's collection is comprised of nearly 21,000 paintings, sculptures, costumes, textiles, firearms, tools, toys, games, musical instruments and other historical objects.
  • Gene Autry - A view of of historic sheriff badges at the Autry National Center of the American West, a museum that celebrates the diversity and history of the American West, in Los Angeles on August 17, 2010. The Museum of the American West was established in 1988 by legendary recording and movie star Gene Autry to explore and share the comprehensive story of the American West and it's multiple cultures, perspectives, traditions, and experiences, that make the West a significant and unique part of the world. The museum's collection is comprised of nearly 21,000 paintings, sculptures, costumes, textiles, firearms, tools, toys, games, musical instruments and other historical objects.
  • Gene Autry - A couple view a display of historic sheriff badges at the Autry National Center of the American West, a museum that celebrates the diversity and history of the American West, in Los Angeles on August 17, 2010. The Museum of the American West was established in 1988 by legendary recording and movie star Gene Autry to explore and share the comprehensive story of the American West and it's multiple cultures, perspectives, traditions, and experiences, that make the West a significant and unique part of the world. The museum's collection is comprised of nearly 21,000 paintings, sculptures, costumes, textiles, firearms, tools, toys, games, musical instruments and other historical objects.
  • Gene Autry - A man walks past a display of historic sheriff badges at the Autry National Center of the American West, a museum that celebrates the diversity and history of the American West, in Los Angeles on August 17, 2010. The Museum of the American West was established in 1988 by legendary recording and movie star Gene Autry to explore and share the comprehensive story of the American West and it's multiple cultures, perspectives, traditions, and experiences, that make the West a significant and unique part of the world. The museum's collection is comprised of nearly 21,000 paintings, sculptures, costumes, textiles, firearms, tools, toys, games, musical instruments and other historical objects.


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