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The Bronze Wrangler is an award presented annually by the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum to honor the top works in Western music, film, television and literature. The awards were first presented in 1961. The Wrangler is a bronze sculpture of a cowboy on horseback, and is designed by artist John Free. The awards program also recognizes inductees into the prestigious Hall of Great Westerners and the Hall of Great Western Performers as well as the recipient of the Chester A. Reynolds Memorial Award, named in honor of the Museum’s founder.

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1 Award categories

1.1 Film
Film
and television 1.2 Literary 1.3 Music

2 External links

Award categories[edit] Film
Film
and television[edit]

Theatrical Motion Picture Television
Television
Feature Film Factual Narrative Factual Television
Television
Program (awarded from 1961 until 1989) Fictional Television
Television
Drama Western Documentary

Literary[edit]

Art Books Folklore Books Juvenile Books Magazine Article News Featurette Nonfiction Book Outstanding Photography Book Poetry Book Short Stories Western Novel

Music[edit]

Music Outstanding Original Western Composition Outstanding Traditional Western Album

External links[edit]

Official Website Western Heritage Awards at the Internet Movie Database

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