Sunday, December 16, 2018

Now & Then


Remember Peter Richman who played Hawk in 'The Renegade' on the DB TV show?  He starred on the Daniel Boone TV show in the Season 4 episode 3 'The Renegade' as 'Hawk', a former chief that breaks out of prison to reclaim his son who was living with a family.  

Thursday, November 29, 2018

Friday, October 12, 2018

Tanner


There's two ways to get tanner......one involves staying out in the sun too long.  There other is to watch the Daniel Boone TV show's 'Tanner' episode.

That's Neville Brand and Darby in the Daniel Boone TV show 'Tanner', which aired in October 5th of 1967.
On a side note, for those that enjoy such things, according to the imdb website, after Israel first encounters Tanner, Israel attempts to run away but falls down a hill and is knocked unconscious. When Tanner picks up Israel to carry him to the creek, a large mud spot about a foot square shows on Israel's right rear hip. At the creek Tanner sprinkles water on Israel to awaken him, then Israel quickly gets up and walks away. His pants leg is now dry with no signs of a mud spot.
And this wasn't the 1st time these two appeared on screen together. Check out part of their history together in these two photos!


Monday, September 24, 2018

Monday, September 10, 2018

DID YOU KNOW - Facts about Wild Faith the movie


It only rained once during the filming of "Wild Faith." It lasted 30 minutes and then stopped.
For a movie filmed mostly outdoors in unpredictable Michigan weather, that seemed like an unexpected miracle to many among the cast and crew.
But not the lead actor, Shane Hagedorn.
“I can honestly say that, every film that we’ve done, the weather has done exactly what we needed it to,” said Hagedorn, who also is a producer for the film, which was shot in and around Hastings and Battle Creek. “I’ve even had cast and crew going ‘This has never happened on any other film I’ve worked on.’ We’re just glad to have the opportunity on this earth to create, and God provides those opportunities."

"Wild Faith" is an independent Christian movie set in Michigan in 1875. It follows Emmett Murphy, a Civil War veteran struggling with his memories and his community as he tries to keep his family together, including a black woman and her daughter whom he has taken in.
“We had to find areas of Michigan that had historical parks and could look like it was untouched by time,” Hagedorn said. “Barry County was a no-brainer for us. It was beautiful, and we appreciated their enthusiasm in bringing us on board.”
A lot of the filming happened in Historic Charlton Park in Hastings and a frontier cabin at the Battle Creek Outdoor Education Center campgrounds in Dowling, which is between Hastings and Battle Creek.
It took the director, Jesse Low, weeks of scouting to find a cabin that would work for the movie.
A pioneer cabin from the early 1800s was brought down to the campground in the 1970s from Alpena, said Matthew Santner, the events and day program coordinator at the center. It burned down in 2004. The cabin at the camp now was based on the original.

“They filmed on site at the Outdoor Education Center for five days, and it was fun to have them here,” Santner said.

Excerpts from an article on the Internet at battlecreekenquirer.com

Saturday, August 18, 2018

Have a Happy Birthday tomorrow Darby!


Join us in wishing Darby Hinton a very HAPPY BIRTHDAY for tomorrow Aug. 19th!

Thursday, June 7, 2018

Happy National Boone Day!


National Boone Day, observed each year on June 7, commemorates the day frontiersman Daniel Boone(November 2, 1734 – September 26, 1820) first began exploring the valleys and forests of the present day Bluegrass State of Kentucky on June 7, 1769.

Friday, May 25, 2018

Bill Tilghman and the Outlaws



For those that asked, the new film from One-Eyed Horse Productions is called 'Bill Tilghman and the Outlaws', and it's now in post production. Written by Dan Searles and directed by Wayne Shipley, this light-hearted, action packed western is about what happens when a movie production company in the early 1900s tries to make a motion picture about a bank robbery–with the help of real lawmen and real outlaws. Help spread the word!




Watch the trailer, find photos, and learn more about OEH’s newest project by visiting one-eyedhorse.com/

And there are a few other names in the cast you might recognize like Johnny Crawford, Lana Wood, Robert Carradine and more!  Check out the following list from the imdb website...

Johnny Crawford ... William S. Hart
Robert Carradine ... Frank James
Lana Wood ... Ms. Darling
Darby Hinton ... Cole Younger
Ken Arnold ... Bill Tilghman
Johnny Alonso ... Big Joe
Raw Leiba ... Woody
Kathy Searle ... Zoe Tilghman
Christine Nelson ... Melody Selig
Eliza Kelley ... Alice
Richard Cutting ... Murphy
Jesse Milliner ... Chicken Man
Marc Goodman ... Bat Masterson
Addison da Silva ... Stanley
Brian St. August ... Wolfgang Gulman
Robert Marshall ... William N. Selig
Patrick Boyer ... Little Joe
Marge Bowers ... Edith Hathaway
Brian Lyons-Burke ... The Barker
Earl Klemm ... Deputy Bear
Carson Koreck ... Billy
Deavers Noah ... Frankie
Robert Dean ... Faro Dealer
Griffin McCahill ... Tench Tilghman
Lawrence Whitener ... Old Joe

Don Collier ... Boyd
Mathew Greer ... William
John Buttram ... Red

Monday, January 29, 2018

'Growing Up Israel' is now available for order on DarbyHinton.com!!!


Here's the direct General Store link: http://darbyhinton.com/GeneralStore.html#Category-Memorabilia


Saturday, January 13, 2018

Thank you Everyone!

Yes it was a FALSE ALARM. And I hope someone looses their job over it - and I've never wished that on ANYONE. My sister's daughter 's husband is a fireman in Hawaii and he got the alert over his emergency radio - NOT A TEST. He called her up to say goodby. She, my sister, and all of us were freaking out not sure what to do - what could you do. And was this the start of world war III or just the end of the world as we know it!!! Not a great way to start the day! Now I get to go do the opening of my play, The Manor, in Beverly Hills. Shaken but not stirred .