NEWHALL – Lanky cowboy star Andrew Prine became the fourth and final honoree for the 2006 Walk of Western Stars. Prine, who played cowboy Andy Guthrie in the 1960s television series “The Wide Country” and acted in other series and movies, will join James Arness, Rhonda Fleming and Robert Horton in ceremonies April 28, receiving a bronze saddle along San Fernando Road in downtown Newhall. In a common bond with his fellow nominees, Prine was a guest star in Arness’ show “Gunsmoke” and joined Horton in an episode of “Wagon Train.” He also worked on “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman” as well as films such as “Chisum” with John Wayne and “Bandolero.” The Walk of Western Stars honors film, stage, television and radio performers who worked in the Santa Clarita Valley, many of them at the Melody Ranch Motion Picture Studio at which the City of Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival is based. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl eventThe installation and gala started in 1980 by a group of Newhall business owners and was originally held in the main gallery of California Institute of the Arts. Suspended in 1994 because of the Northridge Earthquake, it was revitalized in 2000 by the city with saddle dedications done in downtown Newhall the afternoon preceding the gala dinner, which is held at the Hyatt Valencia. Tickets for the dinner are available by visiting the festival Web site at www.cowboyfestival.org. [email protected] (661)257-5252 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!