Shout! Factory has acquired homevid distributor Timeless Media Group, best known for releasing library titles like "Peter Gunn," "Wagon Train" and "The Gene Autry Show."
Actress Carol Adams, who appeared in some 50 features, starring at times with Gene Autry and Roy Rogers, died April 9 in West Hollywood of natural causes. She was 94.
Sue Dwiggins Worsley, a writer, production coordinator and production secretary, died at her home in Studio City, Calif., on Dec. 31. She was 97.
The production company that stepped in to save the Daytime Emmys is looking to do the same for the Hollywood Christmas Parade.
Former CBS prexy John T. Reynolds died July 14 in Montecito, Calif.
I’m a sucker for a singing cowboy movie marathon, and Encore Westerns has a doozy lined up for the end of this month to commemorate what would have been Gene Autry’s 100th birthday on Sept. 29. There…
KTLA's Hal Fishman, the longtime dean of Los Angeles news anchors, died Tuesday morning at his home in Los Angeles. He was 75.
Los Angeles native Stan Chambers came to work at KTLA in 1947 and was joined there by Hal Fishman in 1965. Together, they have spent more than a century reporting news for the station.
Closer in style and spirit to an anything-goes Looney Tunes romp than a standard-issue Mickey Mouse effort, pic is an engagingly rambunctious toon Western that likely will attract herds of family…
Screenwriter Dennis Osborne and Jackie Autry have teamed up to form L.A.-based independent film company Control Freak Prods.
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