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Gene Autry’s Hollywood Star
Gene Autry’s Hollywood Star

Origin

Gene Autry

Type

Hollywood Walk of Fame Star

Effects

Elevates Integrity

Downsides

Local Westernization

Activation

Singing nearby

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Euterpe-583L

Aisle

943851-6425

Shelf

669214-8125-843

Date of Collection

November 27, 1999

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OriginEdit

“The Singing Cowboy” Gene Autry dabbled in nearly any form of entertainment – radio performance, live theatre and film roles. In total, he acted in 93 films, hosted his own television series and trailblazed the roots of country music. During his career on the airwaves and silver screen, Autry personified the concept of a righteous role model. Taking his own moral code further, Autry presented a cowboy who abided by a lifestyle of honesty and valor.

Keeping within his signature archetype’s skills, Autry crooned the most famous Christmas songs, including Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Frosty the Snowman and Here Comes Santa Claus. He also had experience in rodeo tournaments, owned several radio stations and even most of the Los Angeles Angels for 30 years. The prolific performer, Autry is the only person to ever receive stars in all five categories for the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

EffectsEdit

Just sing, whistle, even hum and the user becomes the most conscientious version of themselves. Ethical law will guide their every action, stirring noble behavior bound only by their personal credo to uplift others. The surrounding area will slowly turn into a barren desert landscape, complete with intense sunlight, dusty buildings and the occasional tumbleweed.

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