Forrie J. Smith is donating his time to host a fundraiser supporting the renovation of the historical movie set.
Popular cowboy, rodeo rider, stuntman, and actor Forrie J. Smith is generously donating his time to help renovate the Mescal Movie Set.
Forrie started his film career at the Mescal Movie Set as a stuntman in the remake of Stagecoach in 1987. His unique talents as a cowboy and rodeo rider opened doors to more roles in movies and television, including Desperado, The Young Riders, Gunsmoke, and Tombstone. But most of his fans recognize him as Lloyd, the rugged ranch hand on the Dutton’s Ranch in the popular series Yellowstone.
Forrie will do a 45-minute presentation in the Redemption Saloon at the set. After the presentation, guests have an option to join Forrie as he leads a VIP Tour of the set, sharing his personal experiences of filming at Mescal.
Forrie’s visit will be televised! Wild Rides Television Network, a new network rolling out in January 2023, will also be on set filming his visit for an episode of “Ramblin’ with Forrie J. Smith.” The series follows Forrie as he explores the world of rodeo, ranching, and western history. Visit www.wildridestv.com for more information on this exciting new network
This engagement is limited to a small audience in a personal setting at the historical movie set. The event will be held on Saturday, November 5th starting at 1:00 PM. Tickets are very limited. Twenty tickets are available for the “presentation only” at $100 each. Another twenty tickets are available that include both the Presentation and Forrie’s VIP Set Tour at $200 each. All proceeds support the renovation of the Mescal Movie Set to help bring classic western films back to Arizona.
To order tickets, please visit www.MescalMovieSet.com. For more information, call 520-255-6662.