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Throwback Thursday: Beavis and Butthead Visit Wyoming [Video]
If you grew up in the ’90s, this is going to make you feel really old. The classic cartoon comedy “Beavis and Butthead Do America” celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. Released in 1996, the full lenth feature film follows the two misfits on a cross country journey, which i…
How Wyoming Helped Make Hollywood the Movie Capital of the World
Here’s a fascinating story courtesy of Phil Roberts from the University of Wyoming history department. Before he helped established Hollywood as the movie making capital of the world, legendary filmmaker Cecil B. DeMille cut his teeth with a touring theater company in the late 1800s. The trou…
Website Honors Wyoming’s Best Actor
The popular travel and entertainment website Thrillist recently published a list ranking “The Best Actor From Every State“. And the winner is… Matthew Fox. The Party of Five and Lost star moved to Crowheart, Wyoming, as an infant. His mother worked as a school teacher on th…
Donald Trump’s Weird Wyoming Movie Connection [Video]
Years before Donald Trump became the Republican nominee for President, he appeared in one of the weirdest, and worst, movies ever filmed in Wyoming. In 1989, Trump co-starred with supermodel Bo Derek, legendary actor Anthony Quinn and famed Wyoming lawyer Gerry Spence in “Ghosts Can’t …
Wyoming Filmmaker Releases Amazing ‘Memorial Day’ Tribute
Cole Smith is a filmmaker and active duty Air Force officer stationed in Cheyenne. His latest project is a short film titled “Memorial Day“, produced in cooperation with the Wyoming Arts Council, which depicts two friends commemorating a fallen comrade. The majority of the crew and ext…

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