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The Golden Boot Awards is an American acknowledgment of achievement honoring actors, actresses, and crew members who have made significant contributions to the genre of Western television and film. The award is sponsored and presented by the Motion Picture & Television Fund. Money raised at the award banquet is used to help finance various services offered by the Fund to those in the entertainment industry.

Actor Pat Buttram conceived the idea of the Golden Boot Award, and they were presented annually since 1983, until being discontinued in 2007.[1]

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HonoreesEdit

1983, The 1st Annual Golden Boot AwardsEdit

1984, The 2nd Annual Golden Boot AwardsEdit

1985, The 3rd Annual Golden Boot AwardsEdit

1986, The 4th Annual Golden Boot AwardsEdit

1987, The 5th Annual Golden Boot AwardsEdit

1988, The 6th Annual Golden Boot AwardsEdit

1989, The 7th Annual Golden Boot AwardsEdit

1990, The 8th Annual Golden Boot AwardsEdit

1991, The 9th Annual Golden Boot AwardsEdit

1992, The 10th Annual Golden Boot AwardsEdit

1993, The 11th Annual Golden Boot AwardsEdit

1994, The 12th Annual Golden Boot AwardsEdit

1995, The 13th Annual Golden Boot AwardsEdit

1996, The 14th Annual Golden Boot AwardsEdit

1997, The 15th Annual Golden Boot AwardsEdit

1998, The 16th Annual Golden Boot AwardsEdit

1999, The 17th Annual Golden Boot AwardsEdit

2000, The 18th Annual Golden Boot AwardsEdit

2001, The 19th Annual Golden Boot AwardsEdit

2002, The 20th Annual Golden Boot AwardsEdit

2003, The 21st Annual Golden Boot AwardsEdit

2004, The 22nd Annual Golden Boot AwardsEdit

2005, The 23rd Annual Golden Boot AwardsEdit

2006, The 24th Annual Golden Boot AwardsEdit

2007, The 25th Annual Golden Boot AwardsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "The Golden Boot Awards". Golden Boot Awards. Motion Picture and Television Fund. Archived from the original on 4 February 2019. Retrieved 4 February 2019.
  2. ^ Clayton Moore: The Lone Ranger, retrieved 26 November 2007

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