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Charlie has had a very busy 26 years as a noted western film historian and “Arizona’s Official Western Film Historian.” As one of the most sought after celebrity Q & A moderators, he led panels at the popular “Festival of the West” in Scottsdale, from 1992 until its closing in 2013.

Since then he’s moderated panels all over the U.S.A. including: California fests in Los Angeles, Grass Valley, Victorville, and Palm Springs. For Arizona festivals, he’s conducted dozens of Q & A sessions in Phoenix, Willcox, Apache Junction and Tucson. In Texas, he was the official moderator for “The Spirit of the Cowboy at McKinney Square,” and is currently the official moderator for the “Cowboy Way, MayFest” in Ardmore, Oklahoma.

As an Encore Fellow at the Smithsonian endorsed “Western Spirit, Scottsdale’s Museum of the West,” Charlie gives monthly presentations on western film, as well as classes on the western genre at Central Arizona College.

In January, 2014, he was recognized for his work at Apacheland Movie Ranch by having his bootprints placed on The Apacheland Alumni Wall at the Superstition Mountain Museum, with other honorees including Dale Robertson, Richard Boone, Rory Calhoun, Patsy Montana, Jock Mahoney, Johnny Western, Neil Summers and Ronald Reagan.

Currently, he’s in production for his Amazon Prime/YouTube show, “Mysteries of the Superstition Mountains,” focusing on the many stories associated with this mysterious mountain range.
He’s appeared as a guest on television shows such as, “The Joey Canyon Show” on the RFD Network in Nashville, and several episodes of “Crossroads Live” in Texas and Oklahoma. Hosting duties included the yearly “The High Chaparral Reunion” live webcasts from Tucson.  
When not on the road for festival and convention duties, Charlie continues to act in films like, “The High Riders,” “Lucifer Complex,” “Good-bye, Franklin High,” “Serial Blondes,” “C-Bar, the Movie,” and “Wanted,”

As a writer and radio personality, Charlie has four published books on western film and a monthly column for Arizona Real Country Magazine, and is currently under contract with KSWG – 96.3 fm for weekly discussions on westerns.

Charlie is honored to be asked back by Rock and Brenda Whitehead for his 3rd year as M.C. of The Wild Bunch Film Festival.​

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