Here are some links to other websites that we believe would be very helpful to western movie and television show fans.
National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum - This museum, located in Oklahoma City, has a special 4,000 square foot Western Performers gallery exploring how the west has been depicted in movies, television and literature. They have a large memorabilia section spanning all aspects of western film and includes an interesting collection of John Wayne firearms, collectibles and paintings. It is the most extensive museum of its kind in the United States. For western fans, this museum is definitely worth a visit!
Internet Movie Database – Western Movie Rankings Chart – The Internet Movie Database is always a good source for movie information. Their Western Movie Rankings Chart shows the Top 50 western films based on votes from their website visitors.
The National Film Registry – The National Film Registry contains films that are of special historic or artistic value to the United States and therefore deemed important to preserve as part of the National Film Registry. You can nominate movies to receive this honor by visiting the site and submitting the name.
The Autry Museum – This museum was named after famous cowboy star, Gene Autry, who became popularly known as “The Singing Cowboy” in movies. There’s a special section of the museum about western film and television.
Black Westerns at BlackClassicMovies.com - If you are interested in African-American westerns, this is a great site to visit for details. They have a complete list of Black western movies.