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Monday, June 26, 2017


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            Mens Crew Neck  Short Sleeve

   Available in
   Medium, Large, X-Large @ $20.00

Save the Date FF 2015 Circle Only 72 dpi 135 x 134FF 2015 Mens SS T Shirt Front AFF 2015 Mens SS T Shirt Back


Womens V- Neck  3/4 Sleeve

Available in
Medium, Large, X-Large @ $20.00


   Festival Collector's Mug

                    MUG for Website 72 332 x 335  

Festival Mug $12.00

Lone Pine In the Movies
FINAL 2015 front COVER LR 72 dpi
Available @ Film Festival

The latest in a series of annual publications from the Museum of Western Film History located in Lone Pine, CA. The town and the surrounding area known as the Alabama Hills, nestled at the foot of Mount Whitney, has been used as a location by filmmakers in hundreds of movies dating back to the silent era. Lavishly illustrated with many rare and previously unseen photographs, published in conjunction with the 26th festival, celebrates the Early Years and features articles on actors who appeared in silent films made in and around Lone Pine such as Tom Mix, Buck Jones, Hoot Gibson, and Jack Hoxie to name a few.

Save the Date FF 2015 Circle Only 72 dpi 135 x 134

Festival Pin #6982
$3.00 ea.


  Whitney Coin on Blue 72 dpi Rev Bright  Whitney Coin Back Clear 72 dpi

Whitney Coin Agaist Sierra Crop Small 72 dpi

Mt. Whitney Coin #6980
$10.00 ea.

Custom designed by the Museum, this 1.75” Pewter Collectible Coin
features the cutaway of the Trail Cress Ridge and the Summit of Mt. Whitney.

Back of Coin - Museum of Western Film History
"The Mountains are Calling and I must go." - John Muir

When held up against the Sierra Crest (standing at Lone Pine Film Festival Historical Marker) @ the corner of Whitney Portal and Movie Road the coins cut-out
matches the trail crest and Mt. Whitney.

For those who make the match, the coin provides a lens to focus on the
magnificence and majesty of Mt. Whitney and the Eastern Sierra


Whitney Gold Coin 72 dpi Clear

Mt. Whitney Gold Toned Coin Pin #6981
$7.50 ea.

Custom designed by the Museum, this 1” gold toned Collectible Coin Pin
features the cutaway of the Trail Cress Ridge and the Summit of Mt. Whitney.


 Prior Years Memorabilia


Celebrating 25 Years

Celebrate the Silver Anniversary of the Lone Pine Film Festival by purchasing this beautiful 1.5" Commemorative Coin and get a Key Chain adapter FREE with your purchase.    

This Silver Anniversary commemorative 3 - D Coin has sculpted, engraved images with an antique silver finish of our 25th Film Festival Button artwork on the front side and our "On Location" in Lone Pine Logo on the back. The removable coin bezel, for enclosing your commemorative coin, is made of solid metal and plated in polished nickel. The key ring on top has a screw attachment so you can remove your coin any time you need to.

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 Silver Anniversary Custom Coin and Key chain - $15.00 (Includes Tax)
Orders may be placed by calling: 760-876-9103 


Since the early begining, the Festival has custom designed a FestivalBelt Buckle. To see the collection, click here. This years belt Buckle, designed by Leon Boyer, captures the spirit of the First Film Festival in 1990. The Buckles are available in Bronze ($35.00 plus tax) and Gold & Silver ($65.00 plus tax). Rendering of the Belt Buckle design is below.

Belt Buckles Gold & Silver  - $62.00  Bronze - $35.00
Available in Museum Gift Shop

Festival Collector's Mug

Festival Mug $12.00
Click on Image to order




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