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THANKS TO THE LONE PINE FILM FESTIVAL!
Thanks to all the folks who came out to meet us in October at the 27th Anniversary of the Lone Pine Film Festival.
Listen to the podcast (below) with some of the presenters, including author Petrine Day Mitchum.
THANKS FROM BREYERFEST!
Thanks to everyone who came out to meet us at Breyerfest 2016!
A CONVERSATION WITH WARREN ECKSTEIN OF THE PET INSIDER
Beginning Tuesday, July 19th, be sure to tune into Podcast One for
Petrine Day Mitchum’s conversation with Warren Eckstein, host of The Pet Insider.
NPR's FRESH AIR INTERVIEW WITH PETRINE DAY MITCHUM
Author Petrine Day Mitchum tells Fresh Air's Dave Davies that show business horses have been known to develop an actor's affection for the camera, often coming to life when the director says "action."
INTERVIEW WITH PETRINE DAY MITCHUM
To hear an interview with Petrine Day Mitchum on Horsemanship Radio, click the link below.HORSEMANSHIP RADIO PODCAST, EP. 30
Interview begins at approximately 11 minutes 30 seconds in.
WATCH A NEW HORSE TV EPISODE DEVOTED TO HOLLYWOOD HOOFBEATS
Featuring author Petrine Day Mitchum and host Rick Lamb with interviews and films clips from the Hollywood Hoofbeats documentary-in-progress.
"A Book Review: Petrine Day Mitchum’s New Book Hollywood Hoofbeats Breeds Horse Power"CLICK HERE TO READ THE REVIEW
What People Are Saying About Hollywood Hoofbeats
A fascinating read, Hollywood Hoofbeats features an amazing amount of information on the earliest celebrity horses who costarred with America’s great cinematic cowboys Gene Autry, Roy Rogers and Tom Mix, as well as behind-the-scenes accounts of the horses starring in today’s blockbusters War Horse and Django Unchained. This book is perfect for both horse lovers and movie buffs who want to know the intriguing stories surrounding the unsung equine heroes – and the incredible trainers and stunt riders who’ve worked with them.
Holly George-WarrenAuthor of Cowboy: How Hollywood Invented the Wild West and Public Cowboy No. 1, The Life and Times of Gene Autry
Hollywood Hoofbeats shines a spotlight on these majestic, funny, heartwarming and sometimes overlooked characters who have played such a central role in the development of the movies and our imaginations.
Jeanne RosenbergCo-screenwriter of The Black Stallion and screenwriter and executive producer of The Young Black Stallion
Western fans and horse aficionados should doff their hats to Petrine Day Mitchum for telling the colorful, behind-the-scenes stories of the movies’ unsung heroes. Hollywood Hoofbeats is packed with information but it’s also great fun to read.