Classic Westerns – January 2022
Adult/Senior $12.00 ♦ Student $7.00
♦ All movies start at 2:00pm ♦
January 9 – Bite the Bullet – Hosted by Buck Brannaman – A pair of ex-Rough Riders, a former prostitute, a gunfighter, an aging cowboy and an English gentleman enter a 700-mile horse race through the Southwest desert in 1908. Did you know: The film was inspired by the 1908 700-mile cross-country horse race from Evanston, Wyoming to Denver, Colorado. It was sponsored by the Denver Post, which offered $2,500 prize money to the winner. Run time 2:12.
January 16 – The Westerner – Hosted by Aaron Linden – Judge Roy Bean, a self-appointed hanging judge in Vinegarroon, Texas, befriends saddle tramp Cole Harden, who opposes Bean’s policy against homesteaders. Run time 1:40.
January 23 – My Darling Clementine – Hosted by John Tucker – After their cattle are stolen and their brother murdered, the Earp brothers have a score to settle with the Clanton family. Run time 1:37.
January 30 – The Great Locomotive Chase – Hosted by Tommy B – During the Civil War Union spy Andrews and his men volunteer to steal a Confederate train and drive it to Union territory while destroying the Confederate railway system along the way. Run time 1:25.
Sponsored by Christine Gempp Love Foundation, Karmel Timmons, Let’er Buck Car Wash, Jim & Brenda Haskett, Jim & Angie Navarro, Vacutech, Big Horn Beverage, First Northern Bank, Gene & Vickie Sturlin, and John & Helen Ilsley Family Foundation