Tag Motion Pictures in Pioneertown

These are newspaper articles with stories involving the filming of motion pictures and television shows in and around Pioneertown Ca. USA.

Variety #161 - March 1946

Mustang Mellers Totaling Up To $20,000,000 in Oats

Pioneertown Corp. recently organized by 17 members of the film business, bought 13,000 acres of desert land near Palm Springs as the site of a dude ranch and motion picture location. Project calls for sound stage, outdoor shooting spots and hotel accommodations for 300 guests.
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Westerns Now Booming New Desert Hollywood

The classic advice, “Go west, young man,” is now being amended to “Go east, slightly.” For, in a saga of modern pioneering that sounds like Hollywood repeating itself, the movie makers are establishing a new frontier at Pioneertown, 125 miles east of Los Angeles and less than five miles up into the San Bernadino Mountains from Yucca Valley. There they are producing and will produce fittingly westerns.
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The Desert Sun Full Page Ad

his full-page advertisement for the Pioneertown Land Company was run in the Desert Sun on March 25th, 1947. This advertisement features Roy Rogers and Dale Evans and the Sons of the Pioneers, after whom the town is named after. This ad was the first big push to get people interested in Pioneertown. This was during the height of the popularity of the Western Movie.
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A short-subject motion picture is being filmed at Pioneertown on Sunday, December 14, and many celebrities will be on hand for the shooting, including Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, the Sons of the Pioneers and many others. Special quarter-horse races and other rodeo events.
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Cisco Kid Finds a Home
In Permanent Pioneertown

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.
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New ‘Cisco Kid’ Films
Ready for Shooting

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.
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