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  • Owen Wister's novel "The Virginian," which inspired the series, has been adapted numerous times, including a 1914 Cecil B.

    TV on DVD

  • In 1906, Roosevelt wrote to his friend Owen Wister, the novelist, that blacks are “altogether inferior to whites.”

    The Chosen Peoples

  • THE VIRGINIAN COMPLETE FIRST SEASON ($79.98; Timeless Media) -- Like their reissue of Wagon Train, this is a carefully remastered collection of an iconic TV show based on the classic novel by Owen Wister (well worth picking up) and starring James Drury as the man with no name Virginian and Lee J. Cobb for the first four seasons as Judge Garth.

    Michael Giltz: DVDs: Latest Foyle, Best Alice, Last Station

  • THE VIRGINIAN COMPLETE FIRST SEASON ($79.98; Timeless Media) -- Like their reissue of Wagon Train, this is a carefully remastered collection of an iconic TV show based on the classic novel by Owen Wister (well worth picking up) and starring James Drury as the man with no name Virginian and Lee J.

    Michael Giltz: DVDs: Latest Foyle, Best Alice , Last Station

  • In 1906, Roosevelt wrote to his friend Owen Wister, the novelist, that blacks are “altogether inferior to whites.”

    The Chosen Peoples

  • In 1906, Roosevelt wrote to his friend Owen Wister, the novelist, that blacks are “altogether inferior to whites.”

    The Chosen Peoples

  • Richard Wheeler has won five Spur awards from the Western Writers of America, not to mention the Owen Wister award for lifetime achievement in the genre.

    Archive 2009-07-12

  • The most popular legend holds that one Alicia Rhett Mayberry served this cake, when she worked at Charleston, South Carolinas Lady Baltimore Tea Room, to novelist Owen Wister, famous for The Virginian which is famous for the line When you call me that, smile.

    Let Me Eat Cake

  • The most popular legend holds that one Alicia Rhett Mayberry served this cake, when she worked at Charleston, South Carolinas Lady Baltimore Tea Room, to novelist Owen Wister, famous for The Virginian which is famous for the line When you call me that, smile.

    Let Me Eat Cake

  • Beginning in 1892, Moss and Owen Wister, writer and friend, performed publicly in a piano quartet.

    Mary Moss.

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