Episode 49: The Lone Pine Film Festival Part 5

This week on The Cut Speakuence, we’re sad to say, but it’s the final episode of our Lone Pine Film Festival series. On the epsidoe we learn about the history of the weaponry in Western Films with Larry Floyd. After that, we sit down with rockstar film historian and film festival Ed Hulse to discuss pulp fiction books/magazines and how they changed film as we know it.

Subscribe to The Cut Speakuence on iTunes to hear the rest of the Lone Pine Film Festival series and to hear all future episodes.

Also be sure to make a trip out to The Lone Pine Museum of Western Film History.  www.lonepinefilmhistorymuseum.org  

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Episode 48: Lone Pine Film Festival Part 4

This week on The Cut Speakuence, we continue our coverage of the Lone Pine Film Festival with 2 great interviews. Starting off, we crack open the fascinating legal battle of Holger Reed to acquire the rights to Hopalong Cassidy. After that Ken Taylor and David Rothel join discuss their work documenting the history of The Lone Ranger. 

Sadly there is only one more episode on our Lone Pine Film Festival series. Subscribe to The Cut Speakuence on iTunes to keep up to date with these amazing interviews. 

Also be sure to make a trip out to The Lone Pine Museum of Western Film History.  www.lonepinefilmhistorymuseum.org  

Want to hear Kevin and Sterling talk about a particular movie? Visit thecutspeakuence.com and write in a request at www.thecutspeakuence.com. Or tweet the guys @JustKevinManley & @TheSPORKguy. Also, be sure to leave a rating for the show on iTunes, it really supports the show.

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Episode 46: Lone Pine Film Festival Part 2

This week on The Cut Speakuence, we continue our coverage of the Lone Pine Film Festival with 3 great interviews. Each of these episodes are packed full of the history of film and we can’t wait for you guys to enjoy.

To kick things off we interview Jim Clark, the man responsible for providing trains to over 200 films, many in the western genre.

After that we celebrate the theme of this year’s festival by sitting down with 2 family members of classic film stars with Melinda Carey and Petrine Mitchum.

There are 4 more episode after this so be sure to subscribe to The Cut Speakuence on iTunes to keep up to date with these amazing interviews. 

Also be sure to make a trip out to The Lone Pine Museum of Western Film History.  www.lonepinefilmhistorymuseum.org  

Want to hear Kevin and Sterling talk about a particular movie? Visit thecutspeakuence.com and write in a request at www.thecutspeakuence.com. Or tweet the guys @JustKevinManley & @TheSPORKguy. Also, be sure to leave a rating for the show on iTunes, it really supports the show.

The Cut Speakuence theme music provided by Kameron Ramirez @Kamruff on Instagram.