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Jan 04

Along The Trail with Special Guest Wyatt McCrea

In this episode of Along The Trail with Cheryl Rogers Barnett. Cheryl visits with her good friend Actor, Producer Wyatt McCrea. Wyatt is the grandson of the legendary Joel McCrea. He is also on the board of National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. This is a fun interview about Joel and wife Frances Dee. Cheryl and Wyatt also visit about Roy and Dale and about Wyatt’s new project Floating Horses The Life of Casey Tibbs. Special thanks to Western Legends Roundup and The Parry Lodge in Kanab Utah.




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  1. Eva Whiteman

    Love this seeing these two special folks together is great, recapping the past. Wish I could have been there. Eva Whiteman gewhiteman@verizon.net

  2. Barbi Stapleton

    What a delightful interview, Cheryl! I’m so thankful that you and others like you are working so hard to preserve this heritage that meant so much to us as youngsters. You and Wyatt both gave us such insight into “the business”, as well as the “personal” side of being an entertainer. God bless everyone who had a part in this production!

  3. Hugh McLennan

    Really enjoyed the interview Cheryl. Wyatt is the real deal just like his grandfather (and your dad for sure). Gunsite Ridge and Cattle Empire are a couple of my favorites. Keep up the great work.
    Hugh McLennan
    The SPIRIT OF THE WEST Radio show.

  4. Mark Rice

    I can not express how much I enjoyed this interview ! I have always been a Joel McCrea fan ! I use to think that he looked more like , and acted more like a real cowboy did ! I was raised around real cowboys and kinda knew what I was talking about ! Roy and Dale , equally as important to me as a young boy . My poor old shetland had a hard work out after I spent the morning watching westerns on tv . Thank you guys for doing what you are doing to keep alive the sentiment of old Hollywood westerns , and the cowboy life ! .

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