Tickets: $10 in advance – all tickets $15 at door
For well over a hundred years prospectors, adventurers and even tourists have searched in vain for the famous Lost Dutchman gold mine in Arizona’s Superstition Mountains. Dozens have died in this rugged place only a few miles from downtown Phoenix. Was there a “Dutchman” and did he have a fabulous mine that contained, in his words “enough treasure for ten men?” “Legends of the Lost Dutchman” follows his trail and those of the men and women who continue to search.
For a brief time in the 1880’s the little town of Canyon Diablo in northern Arizona became the wickedest place on the frontier. With a killing almost every day, no lawman dared step foot in this den of gamblers, robbers and thieves. This was “the end of the track,” a community of tents, tar paper shacks and killers.
Both of these films were produced by Arizona filmmaker Phil Wenstrand. These films sold out in February so don’t miss your chance to see it this time around! Question and answer session with Phil Wenstrand to follow both films.