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Celebrating Steve McQueen and the film "Tom Horn"

Take a Historical Tour highlighting on-set locations from the movie and a "Meet and Greet" with cast members.

BENSON, AZ, ARIZONA, UNITED STATES, MARCH 2023


"Tom Horn", a classic western film about a legendary ex-army scout hired by ranchers to eliminate cattle rustlers. The film starred the iconic Steve McQueen and was shot at the Mescal Movie Set. it was the last western he made. Please join us on March 25 to celebrate the film and the actor, Steve McQueen. Historical Tours will highlight on-set locations of famous scenes from the movie. Guests will also receive a commemorative poster.


PLUS -- You will be able to "Meet and Greet" two cast members from the movie “Tom Horn”.

Jack Wester -- Played the deputy sheriff in Tom Horn’s escape scene.

Cliff Owens -- Played the young messenger boy in the cattle auction scene.


Saturday, March. 25th

Historical Tours/Meet & Greet run on the hour -- 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 1:00 & 2:00

Reservations are available at www.MescalMovieSet.com

$20/ticket. (Includes tour and Meet & Greet) Kids 10 and under free!

Event proceeds support the renovation of the Mescal Movie Set and an educational class trip for St David Middle School.


Mescal Movie Set

1538 N Mescal Rd

Benson, AZ 85602

www.MescalMovieSet.com

info@mescalmovieset.com

520-255-6662


About the Mescal Movie Set

The Mescal Movie Set is home to the hit movies Tombstone, The Quick and the Dead, and over 100 other western films. It is in historical and beautiful Cochise County, Arizona. Many iconic stars have walked its dusty streets, including Paul Newman, Clint Eastwood, Sharon Stone, Kurt Russell, Val Kilmer, Sam Elliott, Tom Selleck, and many more. But time took its toll, and the set was nearing demolition. Thankfully, local ranchers acquired the property and didn't let this essential piece of western history be lost. The set is being renovated as an authentic western town and bringing film production back to Southern Arizona.

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Paul Cox
Paul Cox
14 may 2023

I think restoring Mescal western movie set is a very good thing .You will have more fine films made with popular actor's because of geographic location with a proven and outstanding "back in time to an old west town."

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