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November 1st, 2008

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The 2009 High Chaparral Reunion: Destination Tucson

October 16, 17, 18, 2009
La Posada Hotel & Old Tucson Studios
Tucson, AZ, USA
3 Day Fee $225

Old Tucson Satellite Image
Satellite image of The High Chaparral ranch compound at Old Tucson Studios

Have you always dreamed of seeing The High Chaparral ranch? Now you can, in the company of other fans who love the show – at Old Tucson Studios. And you’ll meet the people who made the show great – guests who plan to attend include Henry Darrow (Manolito Montoya), Don Collier (Sam Butler), Bob Hoy (Joe Butler), Ted Markland (Reno), Rudy Ramos (Wind), Neil Summers (Stuntman), Kent and Susan McCray (Producer and Casting), Bob Shelton (Creator of Old Tucson Studios), and more.

Don’t miss this extraordinary event – Register today to secure your spot at this 42nd anniversary reunion. The list of fans planning to attend is growing daily – we hope to meet you in Tucson at The High Chaparral!

For details and to register visit The High Chaparral Reunion website.

The High Chaparral Reunion will reunite cast, crew and fans at Old Tucson Studios, Arizona’s Hollywood in the Desert. Voted Best Western Movie Set by True West magazine, and listed among five one-of-a-kind Tucson sites by USA Today, Old Tucson Studios features film and television shoots throughout the year and daily Wild West entertainment.

Old Tucson Train Station

The C.P. Huntington Train Station: “All Aboard!” The historic C.P. Huntington Locomotive takes you on a tour of Old Tucson for a 15-minute journey into Old Tucson’s history.

Old Tucson is rich in western movie and TV history, with just a sampling of titles shot there including MCLINTOCK!, Have Gun Will Travel, Hombre, Bonanza, Death Valley Days, The Outlaw-Josey Wales, The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean, Little House on the Prairie, Gunsmoke, and of course The High Chaparral. Historical artifacts including one of Linda Cristal’s costumes are still on display at the museum. The streets provide an authentic backdrop of a Western town, and don’t miss The Reno, Old Tucson’s famous 128 year-old locomotive, which has more than 100 film and television credits including the movie remake of Wild, Wild, West.

For a quick tour of the entire park as well as a taste of the surrounding desert, fans can visit the C.P. Huntington Train Station where the historic locomotive takes you on a 15-minute tour of Old Tucson for a journey into history.

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