Former Old Tucson gunfighters Jack Young, Clark Ray and Frank Noel and former saloon girl Heather Stonehouse returned to the movie location March 2 for a reunion. Visitors greeted them on the set as videographer Laura Taflinger recorded the proceedings. Young was the first gunfighter at Old Tucson.
Dennis Leoni: "We'll hobble around and shoot each other like we did in the old days."
Ed Adams had his share of injuries but says, "I wouldn't trade those days for anything."
Stuntman Joshua Marrufo takes out Cass Anaya during a demonstration for schoolkids at Old Tucson. On Saturday the theme park will celebrate 50 years of street shows, and 50 former actors and stunt people will reunite for a new show written just for the big day. "It's really going to be quite…
Rick Allen shoots from the hip, more or less, in a quick-draw contest at Old Tucson.
Old Tucson's professional actors and stuntmen perform gunfights daily. The gunfights are based on actual incidents in Tucson's history.
Dave Haas, left, and Lee McKechnic perform tricks as schoolchildren soak up the Wild West lore and imagine what life was like on the frontier.
Old Tucson Studios' gunfighting stuntmen take a break between shows. Their work has always involved "eating a lot of dirt," as one of their number recalls.
Ed Adams has quite the souvenirs from his days working at Old Tucson: six knee surgeries, a herniated disc, a limp.