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after a twenty-year run, television was pretty much devoid of horse operas and the era of western dominance of the airwaves was over. In actuality, the genre had been hemorrhaging for quite some time. In 1966 ABC, CBS and NBC stuffed their prime time lineups with oaters, much to the despair of TV critics like the Lowell Sun’s William E. Sarmento. ” (2) The three major networks had opted for a new programming philosophy by 1970. CBS in particular was ready to jump ship after hitting the jackpot since the late fifties with rural-oriented comedies. Veteran character actor Pat Buttram famously complained of the changes in the air, “It was the year CBS canceled everything with a tree…” America wasn’t just saying goodbye to Jed Clampett, Andy Griffith and the perfumed pretties of (3) On that... The massive encampment of Northern Cheyenne and Lakota Sioux may have added a lot of trophy scalps to their collections that day, but the outrage on the part of a revenge-minded white populace sealed the fate of the Native American. During television’s so-called “golden age”, the western wasn’t just dominant, it was ubiquitous, and some of the more iconic staples of early TV consumption managed to span the years from “I Like Ike” to the Ford administration, hanging on through... Sometime in the mid 70’s, however, the TV western went the way of the WIN button. 45’s were put away and the horse disappeared into the stables forever. Some might say history had repeated itself. Source: Mark Spangler Writes
gathered for a brunch and a social event in Nichols Hills at the home of sustainer Carleen Burger. They enjoyed seeing the Burger home, which is the former Buttram Mansion and later housed the Oklahoma City Art Museum. Seen: Guests included
Allen died in 1924, and is buried beside his wife in Buttram Cemetery. The following is the newspaper column written by W.G. Allen, with any mistakes such as misspelled words or punctuation errors, with any corrections or additional information in
#Nice Green Acres: Farm Favorites by Eddie Albert, Eva Gabor, Tom Lester, Pat Buttram https://t.co/HiuSuWmQCE #Style #Celebs 03/05/16, @Brigette_Rardon
The Reincarnation of Pat Buttram, I mean Buchanan The Ted Cruz Story https://t.co/SXWxNJju6Q 03/05/16, @davidbeckwith
BARBED WIRE (Columbia, 1952) Gene Autry, Pat Buttram, dir. George Archainbaud Thurs. 3/3 12:00 AM ET on #RetroPlex #GeneAutry 03/02/16, @BwesternsOnTV
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Pat Buttram is known by today's youth as the yodel-y voice in the Disney animated films The Rescuers, Robin Hood, The Fox and the Hound, The Aristocats and A Goofy Movie. To their parents, he's Mr. Haney, the hilarious con-man from Green Acres; and to their grandparents, he's Gene Autry's humorous sidekick. Pat was one of Hollywood's truest success stories. He lived his dream of making people laugh, winning honors from the The Pacific Pioneers Broadcaster's award all the way up to an Emmy, and everyone who knew him loved him. No one could keep an audience laughing as well as Pat could. Born in 1915 in rural Alabama, the seventh of eight children grew up to be one of the most interesting voices in movies and television. This is his story, told for the first time by his many friends, family members, co-stars, and co-workers at Gene Autry Enterprises. Interspersed throughout the book are many of Pat's original one-liners. If they make you laugh, they will have earned their keep.
Playing at the Colonial Theatre: Esther Williams, Red Skelton and Howard Keel in “Texas Carnival,” and Gene Autry and Pat Buttram in “Old West.” “The Belfast and Moosehead Lake Railroad has submitted a rough draft of plans for a wharf to the ...
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Located north of Dayton, and east of U.S. Highway 27, the Buttram Cemetery is the final resting place of many people from all walks of life. According to research, the cemetery was originally begun before 1811 as the burial site for John Howard’s wife.
Maxwell Emmett "Pat" Buttram (June 19, 1915 – January 8, 1994) was an American actor, known for playing the sidekick of Gene Autry and for playing the character of ...
Pat Buttram, Actor: Green Acres. The son of a circuit-riding Methodist preacher in rural Alabama, Pat Buttram became one of America's best-known comic entertainers.
The son of a circuit-riding Methodist preacher in rural Alabama, Pat Buttram became one of America's best-known comic entertainers. He left Alabama a month before his ...
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