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‘Cowboys’ DVD Now Available For Purchase

Cowboys Documentary
Jerrad Anderson, Townsquare Media

The documentary ‘Cowboys,’ which highlights the 1943 Wyoming championship basketball team is now available for purchase.

The hour-long film features interviews with Kenny Sailors, Jimmie Reese, and Tony Katana from the Wyoming Cowboys.  Andrew “Fuzzy” Lavane from the ’43 St. John’s Redmen, former U.S. Senator Alan Simpson, and former Wyoming coach Jim Brandenberg.

The film was directed by Kim Komenich who is a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and son of former Cowboys center Milo Komenich.  G. Allen Johnson and Jessica Sison also wrote, edited, and produced the film.

For more information on the film click here.

To purchase the documentary click here. 

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