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Date: 01/10/17 21:01
What RR used in Mitchem film?
Author: SD45X

Watched Young Billy Young yesterday. Cool opening with a 2-8-0 and small Vanderbilt tender. #5 only marks. Looked newer than old west power but they put a red smokestack on it of civil war vintage and I think it's a oil burner. Thought it may be SP.



Date: 01/10/17 22:27
Re: What RR used in Mitchem film?
Author: JDLX

Description of the locomotive sounds very much like the Magma Arizona #5.  IMDB shows filming location to the Old Tuscon, Arizona, which is not that far away...

Jeff Moore
Elko, NV



Date: 01/11/17 15:02
Re: What RR used in Mitchem film?
Author: Txhighballer

SD45X Wrote:
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> Watched Young Billy Young yesterday. Cool opening
> with a 2-8-0 and small Vanderbilt tender. #5 only
> marks. Looked newer than old west power but they
> put a red smokestack on it of civil war vintage
> and I think it's a oil burner. Thought it may be
> SP.

It was indeed Magma Arizona #5....



Date: 01/11/17 16:31
Re: What RR used in Mitchem film?
Author: nhiwwrr

Same loco used in Emperor of the North, along side the #19.

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Date: 01/11/17 16:47
Re: What RR used in Mitchem film?
Author: MojaveBill

A re we talking about Robert Mitchum?

Bill Deaver
Mojave, CA



Date: 01/11/17 20:51
Re: What RR used in Mitchem film?
Author: SD45X

Yes

thanks guys!



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