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FIVE MINUTES TO DODGE

FIVE MINUTES TO DODGE

CELEBRATING THE MYTHOLOGY OF THE WILD WEST

From Tombstone to Dodge City, the western genre celebrates a piece of American mythology, and a unique culture built on Stetson wearing, revolver toting semi-nomadic wanderers.

 

The American Film Institute defines western films as those "set in the American West that embody the spirit, the struggle and the demise of the new frontier." 

 

"Five Minutes to Dodge" offers a behind the scenes look at the making of a classic western film and gives a sneek peak into the lives of the film makers, crew and the colorful cast of outlaws, bandits, prostitutes, and cowboys.

 

"Traded" takes place in quintessential western frontier towns and on the picturesque homestead of ex-gunslinger Clay Travis [Michael Paré]. 

 

As a representation of the Wild West, "Traded" was filmed in the southern half of California, and in parts of New Mexico.

 

The film, which was directed by Timothy Woodward Jr., and stars country legends Kris Kristofferson and Trace Adkins, will open up in theaters in numerous cities including Phoenix, Arizona on June 10, 2016.