Yuma Prison: Part 3: Westerns Shot at the Yuma Penn

6 Nov

Westerns Shot at the Yuma Territorial Prison
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Life in a Western Penitentiary (1914 Documentary)
– No poster or images available
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The Honor System (1917)

Yuma Movies 1

Notable as one of several Westerns by great Western Director Raoul Walsh

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Brothers Divided (1919) – No poster or images available
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The Three Musketeers (1933); starring Jack Mulhall, Raymond Hatton,
Ralph Bushman, and John Wayne; by Mascot Pictures

Yuma Movies 2

Notable as one of John Wayne’s early films

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Red River Valley (1936), starring Gene Autry, by Republic Pictures

Yuma Movies 3___________________________________________________

The Badlanders (1958), starring Alan Ladd, Ernest Borgnine,
by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Yuma Movies 4

Ernest Borgnine and Alan Ladd

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Riot (1969), starring Jim Brown and Gene Hackman

Yuma Movies 5

Gene Hackman and Jim Brown

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Ambush at Dark Canyon (2014)

Yuma Movies 6

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Coming up:
Yuma Penn: The Legend of
Bandit Queen Pearl Hart

2 Responses to “Yuma Prison: Part 3: Westerns Shot at the Yuma Penn”

  1. Teepee12 November 6, 2013 at 9:09 pm #

    The Three Musketeers? Really? I’d never have guessed.

    • jcalberta November 7, 2013 at 9:07 am #

      In title only it seems.- looks more like the Foreign Legion to me.

      Let’s call it artistic liberties.

      ???

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