Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Thursday, July 18, 2019

Save The Date Sept. 7Th

Johnny Crawford & Darby Hinton announce the West Coast Premiere of
'Bill Tilghman and The Outlaws' - September 7th 2019
Dust off your Cowboy boots, strap on your spurs and save the date of September 7th.  🎭 'Bill Tilghman and The Outlaws' is having it's West Coast Premiere and Pre-National Release Party at the historic Joel McCrea Ranch in thousand Oaks California under the stars and you, and a very small audience, are all invited. 🤠 There will even be a Meet & Greet with many of the cast members before the screening. I can't thank Wyatt and Lisa McCrey enough for donating and hosting this event at the beautiful Joel McCrea, (one of old Hollywood legendary Cowboys) ranch on their big outdoor screen. And I couldn't be prouder of Wayne Shipley and Dan Searles and all involved in the making of 'Bill Tilghman' for donating ALL the proceeds from this event to go directly to our great friend Johnny Crawford, (who has a great cameo in this film - that's Johnny on the horse over Tilghman's shoulder in the poster), and his wife Charlotte, to help them battle Johnny's Alzheimers now that it has really kicked in and with all the expense of needing full time assistance. So, if you love good, old fashion, family friendly, shoot'em up westerns, or Cowboys, or more importantly, love Johnny for all the wonderful artistry, through his acting and his music that he has blessed us with over the years, and would like to help him out now, while having a most memorable evening - Please come join us for a rooting tooting time on September 7th. Gates will open to the ranch, and the Meet & Greet at 6:30pm, with movie starting at 8:00pm. Seating is very limited, only about 80 guest. So please get tickets early to save your spot‼️ Hope to see you there partner 🤠
      Go to my website DarbyHinton.com to find out how to get ticket and reserve your seats now.

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Help My Buddy Johnny...

Check out my website where you can help Johnny Crawford fight Alzheimer's disease.  More info to come.