Calling All Quigley Fans

quigly-downunderTom Selleck and Simon Wincer fans will want to show up for the screening of 1990’s Quigley Down Under at the Autry in Los Angeles, California, on August 10.

Not only will you get a lesson on the film’s history by Jeffrey Richardson, the Gamble curator of Western history, popular culture and firearms, but you can also head on inside, to the Gamble Firearms Gallery, to see the Sharps Model 1874 rifle featured in the film. Take it from Matthew Quigley: “There’s no sense bein’ late.”

 

C. Courtney Joyner is a screenwriter and director with more than 25 produced movies to his credit. He is the author of The Westerners: Interviews with Actors, Directors and Writers.

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