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Fun Autry Fact:

In the late 1930s, Gene turned down an offer of $3,000 to endorse a brand of cigarette.


Product Information

Autry National Center's Gene Autry and the Twentieth-Century West: The Centennial Exhibition 1907-2007 Street Banner

Debuted June 11, 2007
Measurements: 35" x 96"

Photo by Kim Pendergest

Here is your chance to own a part of the Gene Autry Centennial – original promotional street banners for the Autry National Center's exhibit Gene Autry and the Twentieth-Century West The Centennial Exhibition, 1907-2007. Gene Autry and Champion street light banners graced the streets of Los Angeles and Hollywood promoting this popular exhibition about American's Favorite Singing Cowboy.

Photo by Kim Pendergest

Ever since the exhibition opened, fans have been calling to reserve a banner for their own collections. Measuring eight feet tall, and nearly three feet wide, these sturdy vinyl banners feature a Gene Autry Republic Pictures-era headshot and the reverse has Gene waving his trademark white hat while astride a rampant Champion. Now you can enjoy this collectible for yourself or for a unique gift for the ultimate Gene Autry fan. A limited number of banners is available exclusively from the Autry National Center's Store.