Pioneertown, up in the San Bernardino mountains across the desert from Palm Springs is going to boom. It is a beehive of activity today with movie sets rolling in at better than a truck a day.
Representing an investment of $600,000 and with a present population of 300 to 350 persons, Pioneertown, to the eye, is a typical frontier community of early wild-West days. It’s one business thoroughfare, specifically called Mane Street, is lined on both sides by commercial establishments of various kinds.
The Cisco kid has found a permanent home for himself and for his sidekicks. It’s a brand-new community as communities go named Pioneertown, located in the San Bernardino Mountains some 125 miles southeast of Hollywood, and thereby hangs a tale.
Founded more than a year ago by some young Californians as a mountain-desert resort, Pioneertown as all the advantages of superb mountain scenery, bracing desert climate and meet on untouched beauty of the region.
Producer Philip Krasne, committed to eight “Cisco Kid” features a year for the next three years to United Artists, announced today that the third and fourth in the series “Bold Bandido” and “The Darling Caballero” will go before the camera shortly in Pioneertown, the exclusive and real western city which will be the location of all future system films.