The colorful history of Apacheland Studios began in 1959 at the base of Dinosaur Mountain in today's Gold Canyon where Apacheland films were made and are recognized at the Gold Canyon Film Festival Apacheland Days event on Kings Ranch Road at 5810 Alameda Road at the former Gold Canyon Elementary School, January 18-19, 2014.
Time: 9 am to 5 pm. The public enouraged to attend. Admission Free. Celebrating near 50 years of Apacheland TV/Films.
PHOTO: Cliff Johnson The event recognizes the Native American, Cowboys/Cowgirls and the ranchers of the west.
Event is located one mile from the Apacheland ruins and grounds that once was Apacheland Studios.
The event at the former Gold Canyon School will featuring authentic Native American Edu Art Reach Programs. The ceremony begins with the presentation of colors by the honor guard. Julie Ann Ream, "History Meets Hollywood," and Apacheland Spirit Award presented.
Apacheland Stars, Actors, Stuntmen, Apacheland Fans. "Two movie days in the old west." Preserving the movie and television history of Dinosaur Mountain in Gold Canyon. Enjoy meeting the stars and watching the Apacheland movies and tv episodes filmed at the famous Apacheland Studios.
The adventure began in 1959 at Apacheland when radio changed to television! Near 50 years of film history to celebrate!
Mark your calendar to help promote the movie history of Apacheland at the Gold Canyon Film Festival & Apacheland Days event. Apacheland was Hollywood's choice location
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Thank YOU for visiting our Apacheland Remembrance site. Please consider visiting the pages of Apacheland Spirit Riders. Pages are added as photos are available and posted in alphabetical order.
Built by the Apacheland Historical Society recipients of the Western Legends Award for Apacheland Studios in keeping the memory alive.