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Westerns Quarterly Magazine from United States
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1981-1984
- "Dedicated to the Cowboys of the Silver Screen".
- Publisher: Norman H. Kietzer (Serial World Publishers, Mankato, Minnesota, USA.)
- Merged with SERIAL WORLD to form Westerns & Serials, in 1984.
(Info: D.Z. & Dave S.)

Last updated:
27 August 2022
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Special thanks for this page goes to:
Garry Malvern
Scott Matheson
Debi Ziemkowski
Dave S.

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CONTENTS: 1981 1982 1983 1984 All GALLERIES: 1981 1982 1983 1984 All

Issue 15

Tales of Wells Fargo & Alan Ladd

Issue 14

Buck Jones * the Three Mesquiteers

Issue 13
July 1983
Cover: "Stage to Mesa City"
Contents: Lash LaRue interview, Rex Allen Jr., Jim Warren Hawaiian Cowboy, The High Chaparral, Oregon Trail, National Cowboy Hall of Fame, Zorro Strikes on TV

Issue 12
June 1983
Cover: Crash Corrigan.
Contents: Crash Corrigan films, Brazos Kane, Nell O'Day interview, Phantom Stallioni, Pony Express, Buster Crabbe, Fred Thomson, Neal Hart

Issue 11
May 1983
Cover: Penny Edwards.
Contents: Roy Rogers, Jr., Gunsmoke, Kermit Maynard, Blazing Guns the saga of Reb Russell, Louis Currie interview, "Bordertown Gunfighters"

Issue 10
April 1983
Cover: Wonderwoman & Buck Jones.
Contents: Billy the Kid in film, Fred Scott interview, The mystery of Art Acord, "Silver City Kid", Hopalong Cassidy, Buck Jones, Buzz Barton, Rodeo King, Durango Kid feature

Issue 9
March 1983
Cover: Gene Autry & Roy Rogers.
Contents: Bob Steele, Down-home star Ben Johnson, Cowboy Movie Star Named Ted Wells, Durango Kid Double Feature, Dick Foran, Lois January interview, The Ten Greatest B Westerns

Issue 8
January 1983
Cover: "The Marauders".
Contents: Joan Woodbury interview, "I rode with Tom Mix", Passing of Jimmy Wakely, The Lone Ranger, Durango Kid Double Feature, Hopalong Cassidy The Man in Black, "In Old Amarillo"

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