History Meets Hollywood Traveling Film Festival
Announcing! A Private Screening of the Newly Released movie, “Bill Tilghman & The Outlaws!”
Bill Tilghman & The Outlaws
Director Wayne Shipley is appearing at the 2019 Cowboy Way Jubilee & bringing his newest movie for a private screening (released February 2019)! Enjoy the Director’s Cut with commentary afterwards by the Director himself along with cast members Robert Carradine, Darby Hinton, Johnny Crawford, Robert Alexander, and John Buttram.
This is an extra fee in addition to the Jubilee. Cost is $10 per person, cash only please. The movie is rated for Families. Screening will be held in the Mill Street Garage Daily, seating limited to 120 per screening. Plan on up to three hours for the movie and subsequent discussion. Get tickets anytime during the event at the Mill Street Garage.
Tilghman Times are: 3:00pm Friday, 1:30pm Saturday, 12:15pm Sunday
JUST ADDED: additional showing — 7:00pm Friday (no discussion) $10,
open to the public — no Jubilee fee required!
Stagecoach, the Movie
2019 is the 80th Anniversary of the original John Ford movie, Stagecoach which made John Wayne a star! Then the movie was remade in 1966 starring Alex Cord in the role of Ringo. But wait, there’s more! A made-for-TV version was released in 1986 starring Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, & Friends. To celebrate we are showing all three versions at the History Meets Hollywood Traveling Film Festival during the Jubilee — one each day: 1939 on Friday, 1966 on Saturday, and 1986 on Sunday! Discussion to follow each, watch all 3 to find your personal favorite!
Author John Farkis, The Making of Tombstone, Behind the Scenes of the Classic Modern Western is appearing at the Jubilee and has agreed to provide commentary for two screenings of the movie, Tombstone (1993). His firsthand stories and insights to the stars are intriguing. See schedule for exact screening times, no screening on Saturday.
More @ the History Meets Hollywood Traveling Film Festival!
Check the movie time schedule here to see when The Virginian and Laramie episodes are scheduled to be screened.
Julie & Bob Ream
Julie Ann Ream is a Hollywood insider, storyteller, writer, historian, and producer of live events and Western Award Shows. She currently works with many museums around the United States, assisting in their Western preservation endeavors, most notably the San Fernando Valley Relics Museum, which houses a display of her famous family.
Her Grandfather, Taylor “Cactus Mack” McPeters was a cowboy, stuntman, musician, and actor who served as a sidekick to Roy Rogers and Gene Autry. He appeared in over 300 films and TV shows, including most of John Wayne’s B-Westerns. Her Uncles, Glenn Strange and Rex Allen were also performers. After a successful career in B-Westerns, singer/Actor Rex, the “Arizona Cowboy,” provided narrations for Walt Disney. Glenn Strange was a stuntman, musician, cowboy, and actor best known for his role as the Lone Ranger’s nemesis, Butch Cavendish and as Sam, the Bartender in the series Gunsmoke.
Passionate about everything to do with Cowboys as well as film and television history, Julie helps preserve this important genre for future generations.
Robert “Bob” Ream ended his 45 year career at Lockheed aircraft company as a Provisioning Analyst — Senior Staff on the Global Sustainment Team when he retired in November of 2016. He hired into this famous aircraft manufacturer in November of 1971 and worked on the P-3, S-3, L101 and the CP140 programs. Bob transferred to ADP December of 1979 and spent his remaining 36 years at the company working on the SR-71 and U-2 programs.
A former small aircraft pilot, Bob loves anything related to flying. His love of history led him the become a docent at the Valley Relics Museum in Van Nuys, California where you may view an exhibit of his private collection from Lockheed.
Ream enjoys sharing the history of Lockheed from inception, development and early years; through their involvement in the War efforts; and, transition to civilian aircraft; their merger with Martin Marietta; and their departure from the San Fernando Valley.
Along with wife Julie, Bob tells of his experiences growing up in Hollywood where folks like Clint Walker are your neighbor!