Palm Springs Life Magazine June 1996
ON THE COVER ‚Äî George Montgomery cut quite the handsome figure as a TV western star in the 1950s, starring in the first one-hour horse opera on TV, Cimarron City. But acting was only one of his talents. See the story on page 30.
The Last Leading Man: George Montgomery
The original action hero-turned-artist-turned-collector-turned-cultural-philanthropist takes a few minutes to talk to PSL about his art, his career and his life with Dinah Shore.
Western Civilization: How Desert Designers Do the Frontier Justice
The whole desert aesthetic is awash with cowboy imagery, Western Art and leather nuances. Come see some of the more elegant expressions of the genre.
By Allene Arthur.
No history of Palm Springs is complete without discussing the role of the cowboy, both the Hollywood imports who came here to play and the real thing who still take advantage of all the desert has to offer. But these cowboys of Palm Springs aren't your ordinary ranch hands. No, the desert produces a much more upscale version.