Steve McQueen WANTED: DEAD OR ALIVE filmed at Apacheland Movie Studio in scenic Gold Canyon, Arizona. Hollywood's choice film studio 1959-2004. Gold Canyon, Arizona, 85218
Website: ApachelandDays.com Info. on movie history. Also visit: SteveMcqueen.com Best Selling author, Marshall Terrill, Steve McQueen Biography
|Linda Evans, Gambler II|
Linda Evans, Bounty Hunter, Movie: GAMBLER II, starring, Kenny Rogers... The Adventure Continues... Linda's BOOK: Recipes for Life. Book has a chapter on, Gambler II, film.
Author, Marshall Terrill, writes Steve McQueen: The Life and Legend of Hollywood Icon, and best-seller Elvis Presley Biography. http://www.marshallterrill.com/
GAMBLER II filmed at the Apacheland Movie Studio set in Gold Canyon, Arizona.
The Apacheland Scaffold was built in 1983 for Linda Evans in movie Gambler II.
Johnny Western, songwriter, actor, musician, radio celebrity.
Writer: The Balad of Paladin, Co-writer, Bonanza, Johnny Yuma
Visit Johnny Western Page: ApachelandDays.com (website)
HAVE GUN WILL TRAVEL ... "Paladin" TV Series was filmed Gold Canyon at the famous Apacheland Movie Studio location.
The Apacheland Scale Model will be on exhibit at Rynning Ranger and Cowby Museum
The 25 year old (1987) scale model represents Apacheland as a working film studio; the model was built before the February 14, 2004 fire. And was in storage sixteen years before fire.
The model is built so that one can imagine stepping into the old-west walking upon its streets to the barber, saloon, or livery stables. The tiny stagecoach spokes are made using the tip of a wooden tooth pick. Buildings managed that were in use have open tops so fans can look inside. The Saloon tables are round. Near the door is a table reserved for two winter visitors Don & John. They always ordered three beers, one for the dog! The beer glass is made from the top of a clear ink-pen filler. Lights! Saloon doors swing open. Red curtains. Empty stage. One chair for Linda Evans. Chapel bell rings for Elvis.
Model and website(s) built for the fans! Artist, Chero Mangus, ApachelandHistoricalSociety.org
Photograph: Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent News, Jim Files