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Lone Pine Film History Museum
The Beverly and Jim Rogers Lone Pine Film History Museum’s, located at 701 South Main Street in Lone Pine, California, celebrates and preserves the diverse movie history of Lone Pine, Death Valley and the Eastern Sierra. 
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Lone Ranger Exhibit WELCOME TO LONE RANGER CANYON The Museum is now celebrating the 75th Anniversary
of the Lone Ranger's film premiere in
Republic's 1938 serial THE LONE RANGER  with an exciting exhbit of over 400 items.

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Where the Real West Becomes the Reel West  The Lone Pine Film History Museum is dedicated to preserving the Heritage and History of the Iconic "Cowboys," Men & Women” in American Western Film. Read the Full Story
Hopalong Cassidy One of the most important characters associated with Lone Pine is Clarence E. Mulford’s Hopalong Cassidy. On the page he was a hard drinking, tobacco chewing, rough talking character with a limp that made him “Hop-a-long.” Read the Full Story

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Welcome to the Lone Pine Film History Museum

Explore, the museum's extensive collection of real movie costumes, movie cars, props, posters, and other memorabilia. This collection tells the story of filming in the area in and around Lone Pine from the early days of the Round Up to the modern blockbusters of today such as Iron Man. While you're here, don't forget to make the short trip up Whitney Portal Road and take the Self-Guided Tour of Movie Road and get a first hand look at real shooting locations of a great many motion pictures filmed in the beautiful Alabama Hills. You can download the Movie Road Self-Guided Tour booklet from BLM here.

Valentines Day

 

Happy_V_DayCelebrate Valentine's Day


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  With Lone Pine's Tribute to the Life and Legend of 

Johnny Cash & June Carter Cash.

 

A Heartfelt Reunion
for You and Your Memories!
 

Featuring Jimmie Ray and Cyndi Cantrell from the first notes of "Folsom Prison Blues" when you hear Jimmie sing - "I hear the train a comin'...." you'll be taken back to those great years of the "Man in Black"! And Cyndi's delivery of, "Take the ribbon from my hair..." will get your heart a stirrin.'


Jimmie__Cyndi_smJimmie Ray & Cyndi's Tributes to the Life and Legend Johnny Cash & June Carter are fun filled events with the best of Johnny & June and can include some crowd pleasing Rockabilly & Sun Records memories; Old Gold Country favorites; and even a Gospel tune now and then.
 

Jimmy and Cyndi's 's powerful, yet touching vocals celebrate the music of one of America's great performing couples and include as part of this  Valentine Celebration, heart touching and fun songs such as "Without Love", "All Over Again," "Jackson", an awesome rendition of "Ring of Fire", "If I were a Carpenter", "The First Time I Saw Your Face" and MANY more. 

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                Valentines Day

   Saturday February 14, 2015

 

3:00 PM  - Matinee Performance
                                    @ Museum Theater

                                     $35.00 Per Person


 
                     7:00 PM - Evening Performance
                                     @ Museum Theater

                                      $37.50 Per Person 
                      Coffee & Sweets served after the show
 

                               Call for tickets today:

                                      760-876-9909

            Seating limited to 80 seats per performance
                                      PRINT FLYER
 

Jimmie & Cyndi - Bios

Jimmie__Cyndi_Pic__4Married and singing together since 1994, Jimmie & Cyndi have appeared as a duo, with one of their bands, or as special guests with other great bands; at a variety of Las Vegas venues including the world famous Fremont Street Experience, The Flamingo, The Imperial Palace, Freedom Hall and others; as well as theaters and performing arts centers throughout the West.Jimmie_Ray_Cyndi

Cyndi Cantrell is a California girl with her family roots planted firmly in Louisiana.  Cyndi is a PK (Preachers Kid) and was raised on old style country and Gospel music. In their various shows Cyndi performs as, and pays tribute to June Carter Cash, also performing the music of Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn, Wanda Jackson, Patsy Montana, the humor along the line of Minnie Pearl and more.  She has worked with various groups over the years growing into a seasoned entertainer.  In addition to her song styling as the legendary women of country she plays a mean harmonica. Her joy though comes from her duets with Jimmie and their tribute to the love between Johnny and June as well as their original songs. Cyndi's sense of humor, banter on stage and ability to make people laugh keep the show spontaneous and fun.  She loves life and loves to make people happy.

Jimmie Ray  was born JR Cantrell, spending his early years in the shadows of the Great Smoky Mountains of  North Carolina between Asheville and Hendersonville; then living in Arkansas, Tennessee, California, Oregon, Texas and Nevada.  He has been entertaining since the age of 16 as an actor, singer, songwriter, screenwriter, radio DJ, and motivationalist.  He also spent time with Southern Pacific Railroad and as a corporate executive.

Jimmie's diversified background shines through his writing, music and performing. The audience knows he has been there. He has lead several groups over  the years in many musical genres from Folk, Rockabilly, Gospel, Bluegrass encompassing his biggest treasure; his American Roots wherever he goes and through his music.  He spent five years in the 70's touring 25 states, with over 1,000 appearances.  Jimmie can relate to Johnny Cash in many way. His Tribute to the Man in Black comes from his heart.

  

      Jimmie Ray & Cyndi Salute Johnny Cash! 


Jimmie Ray & Cyndi Cantrell -   HOMEPAGE
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Valentines Day - A Touch of France

Valentines Day - A Touch of France

La France arrive à la Sierra-Orient sur la Saint Valentin France comes to the Eastern Sierra on Valentines Day  Join us,  Friday February 14 when The Lone Pine Film History Museum becomes Le Cafe de Lone Pine on the 701 Rue Principale Enjoy a romantic Sierra evening and the culinary tastes of French haute cuisine from our own French Chef,
$45.00

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Arcadia - Images of America: Owens Valley

Arcadia - Images of America: Owens Valley

The Owens Valley is a bold and beautiful land where rugged alpine peaks tower over the deep trough of high desert that John Muir called “a country of wonderful contrasts.” Inhabiting a rich and complex past are native people, miners, cattlemen, farmers, and city builders who laid claim, often violently, to its resources. By 1913, Owens River wa
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Arches of the Alabamas

Arches of the Alabamas

The Alabama Hills are found just to the west of the small town of Lone Pine, California. Most people would agree that they exhibit an extraordinary beauty with unique rock formations, stunning skylines, and the backdrop of the majestic High Sierras. It is no wonder that the film industry has repeatedly chosen this location for so many movies. Howev
$12.99
Cowboy Sidekicks

Cowboy Sidekicks

Cowboy Sidekicks        by David Rothel (Author) Those Great Cowboy Sidekicks is an in-depth examination of such fondly remembered comic character actors as George "Gabby" Hayes,Smiley Burnette, Andy Devine, Al "Fuzzy" St. John, Pat Buttram, and many other sidekicks of the B Westerns-thirty-nine in all! Much of Those Great Cowboy Sidekicks
$25.00

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Bad Day at Black Rock

Bad Day at Black Rock

One of the first Hollywood films to deal openly wi
$19.97
Rocketship X-M

Rocketship X-M

Synopsis The 50th Anniversary Edition of Kurt N
$9.97
Along the Great Divide

Along the Great Divide

Kirk Douglas aims for justice in his first Western
$19.98
Cat Ballou

Cat Ballou

This musical spoof of Westerns featured Lee Marvin
$14.99
Transformers

Transformers

"I bought a car. Turned out to be an alien robot.
$14.99
The Violent Men

The Violent Men

Rudolphe Mat directs the western The Violent Men,
$14.99
Lone Pine: Where The Real West Becomes The Reel West

Lone Pine: Where The Real West Becomes The Reel West

    Lone Pine: Where the Real West Becomes the
$9.99
Hopalong Cassidy: Volume Three

Hopalong Cassidy: Volume Three

William Boyd. Includes In Old Colorado (1941/66 mi
$6.99

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