For tickets and information call the ticket hotline 760 876-9103.

Film Schedule - Subject to change - are held in either the Museum or the High School Auditorium

Thursday, October 10th

4:30-6:30pm - Opening Reception at Museum

                       Members of the Museum $10, Non-Members $20

High School Auditorium:

Admittance by Festival Button

7:00pm -  Best Lone Pine Costume Contest. On stage. 1st, 2nd & 3rd place prize winners.

7:15pm  - Bill Tilghman and the Outlaws (2019) starring Robert Carradine, Darby Hinton  

                      Q&A with Robert Carradine & Darby Hinton, moderated by Rob Word & Ed Hulse

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Friday, October 11th

7:30am  - Frontier Days (1934) Bill Cody (Lone Pine)

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8:45am  - Riders of the Frontier (1939) Tex Ritter (Lone Pine) 

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10:00am - Gunga Din (1939) 80th Anniversary Screening (Lone Pine)

                 Introduced by William Chemerka, author of Gunga Din: From Kipling’s Poem to Hollywood Action Classic.

 12:30pm - Saga of Death Valley (1939) Roy Rogers (Lone Pine) Introduced by Cheryl Rogers

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 2:00pm  - The Round Up (1920)  (Lone Pine) Live music by Jay Munns, Silent film 

3:30pm  - Red River (1988) Bruce Boxleitner & James Arness. Introduced by Bruce Boxleitner

 

7:30pm  - The Cowboys (1971) John Wayne, Robert Carradine. Q&A with Robert Carradine, Patrick Wayne & Diamond Farnsworth, moderated by Rob Word

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Saturday, October 12th

7:30am - King of the Pecos (1936) John Wayne (Lone Pine) *

9:00am - Hoppy Rides Again (1937) (Lone Pine)

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10:30am -  Four TV shows filmed in Lone Pine

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     Annie Oakley with Gail Davis “The Cinder Trail” (1954)      

      The Gene Autry Show “The Million Dollar Fiddle” (1955)    

      Red Ryder with Allan “Rocky” Lane “Gun Trouble Valley” (1956)

      Have Gun Will Travel with Richard Boone “Crowbait” (1960)

 

 12:30pm - Rough Riders of Cheyenne (1945) Sunset Carson & Peggy Stewart

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2:00pm-   Blazing Days (1927) Fred Humes, Directed by William Wyler. Live music by Jay Munns, Silent film

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 3:30pm  - The Tall T (1957) Randolph Scott (Lone Pine)

7:30pm  - Video tribute to Packy Smith

7:35pm  – An Eye For An Eye (1966) Patrick Wayne (Lone Pine). Q&A Patrick Wayne & Bill Wellman, moderated by Rob Word and Ed Hulse.

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Sunday, October 13th

 7:30am – Bad Day At Black Rock (1955) Spencer Tracy (Lone Pine)*

9:00am – A Demon For Trouble (1934) Bob Steele (Lone Pine)

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10:15am  –King Of The Khyber Rifles (1953) Tyrone Power (Lone Pine)

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2:00pm - Indian Agent (1948) Tim Holt (Lone Pine)

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3:15pm – Mustang Country – Patrick Wayne, Joel McCrea. Introduced by Wyatt McCrea

 Programs in the Museum Theater:

Friday, October 11th

8:00-9:30am -    Hopalong Cassidy film screening and Tour Presentation -Greg Parker

9:30-10:00am -  Rip Van Winkle Twilight Zone Tour presentation - Don Kelsen

11:30-1:00pm -  Randolph Scott in Lone Pine Tour presentation - Ross Schnioffsky and Warren Davey

2:00 - 3:30pm - The White Outlaw film screening and Tour presentation - Greg Parker

4:00 -5:00pm  - The Lone Ranger, William Witney in Lone Pine with Jay Dee Witney and Ed Hulse

Saturday, October 12th

9:00-10:00am -  Bar 20 Tour Presentation - Richard Bann

10:30-12:30pm - Wild Bill, Hollywood Maverick film Screening introduced by Bill Wellman Jr.

1:00-2:00pm -"Top 10 Cinematography" - David Matuszak

2:30 -3:30pm -  Jack Hoxie program - Greg Parker

4:00-5:00pm - 101 Ranch program – Larry Floyd

Sunday, October 13th

11:00-12:00pm - Tribute to Peggy Stewart - Larry Floyd