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7th Annual Int'l
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Late Deadline - Aug 21st 2022
SUN OCT 23RD - GALAXY THEATRES - TUCSON, AZ
THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY SCREENING OF 
"THE COWBOYS"
Q&A HOSTED BY BOBBI JEEN OLSON - MEET CELEBRITY GUEST
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Al Barker Jr. as “Fats”

Filling the boots of Fats, Al Barker Jr. made his movie debut in “The Cowboys”before later appearing in the hit TV show “Bonanza” and big-screen drama “The Salton Sea.” Barker went on to a career in law enforcement, retiring from the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, but he never forgot his time on set with John Wayne. On a trip to the community of Belle Fourche, which is the South Dakota destination of the cattle drive in the film, Barker talked to EverythingSouthDakota.com about working with the Duke: “He was an American icon. It was an incredible experience working with John Wayne.” 
Al Barker has CONFIRMED to attend!
As Dan in “The Cowboys,” 

native Canadian Nicolas Beauvy came to the Wayne-led set having previously appeared as the young King Arthur in “Camelot”with Richard Harris and Dutch Farrell in “Shoot Out” with Gregory Peck. He later portrayed Chris Logan in “Rage” opposite George C. Scott and appeared in over 30 episodic television shows, including the popular series’ “Bonanza” and “The Virginian.” After hanging up his hat as an actor, Nicolas chased his dream of becoming a professional golfer after shooting a 68 in the 1979 US Amateur and placing 5th overall. Today, Nicolas is a residential Realtor with Coldwell Banker in Los Angeles.
Nicolas Beauvy has CONFIRMED to attend!
Robert Carradine as “Slim Honeycutt” - (waiting on availability)

Since taking the reins as Slim Honeycutt in “The Cowboys,” actor and producer Robert Carradine has amassed numerous film and TV credits in his decades-long career. Born into the talented Carradine clan, Robert is the son of actor John Carradine, who, long before “The Cowboys,” starred alongside Duke in John Ford’s iconic Western “Stagecoach.” After Robert’s big-screen debut in “The Cowboys,” the Hollywood, California-born actor appeared in a host of tentpole pictures, including Martin Scorsese’s “Mean Streets,” Hal Ashby’s “Coming Home” (with “Cowboys”castmate Bruce Dern), Sam Fuller’s “The Big Red One” and “The Long Riders” about the infamous Jesse James gang. In the 1980’s cult comedy classic “Revenge of the Nerds,” (filmed in Tucson) Robert continued to show his range as an actor.  
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Al Barker Jr. IMDB
Nicolas Beauvy. IMDB
Robert Carradine IMDB