• Books from Echo Press
Rendezvous at Boulder Pass: Hollywood's Fantasyland
• by Jerry England, published 2010, Echo Press
All new expanded study of historical Chatsworth, California movie location Ranches -- A primer on the Iverson Movie Ranch, and other filming locations in the Western San Fernando Valley -- Photos of your favorite silver-screen and six-gun heroes in action
Reel Cowboys of the Santa Susanas
• by Jerry England, published 2008, Echo Press
A photographic study of the historical Chatsworth, California movie location Ranches -- Iverson Movie Ranch, Brandeis Ranch, Corriganville, Bell Location Ranch, Burro Flats, Spahn Ranch, Chatsworth Lake, and the Chatsworth Railroad Depot
• Lectures and Presentations
Jerry England offers his services as a speaker to any group of 75 or more with the caveat that he may display and sell his books. For smaller groups he rquests a donation of $100.00. Using clips from movies, his own photographs, and collected movie memorabilia he has created documentary films ranging from 20 minutes to over an hour.
His videos will take you on an entertaining and whimsical tour of Chatsworth filming locations including the Iverson Movie Ranch, the Bell Motion Picture Ranch, Brandeis Movie Ranch, Burro Flats (now Rocketdyne), Chatsworth Lake, Chatsworth Trains, the Roy Rogers Double R Bar Ranch and Corriganville.
His delivery and presentations have won accolades from many organizarions including the Santa Susana Mountain Park Association (SSMPA), Kiwanis Clubs (Chatsworth, Northridge, and Warner Center), Rotary Clubs (Granada Hills and Woodland Hills), California Writer's Club (San Fernando Valley Chapter), CSUN Cinema TV Arts (documentary Film Making class). Chatsworth Library (movie night), and the Chatsworth Historical Society.
To arrange for him to speak to your group contact him at email@example.com
• Iverson Movie Ranch Tour (4 min. video)
• Jerry's Blog is... Celebrating 100 years
of Chatsworth movie making
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Iverson Movie Ranch today Lower Iverson Ranch and the Garden of the Gods Nyoka Cliff and Stoney Point
Iverson's Western Street
For the past dozen years author and movie historian Jerry England has been researching movie location history in Chatsworth, California. This video shows some of the more significant landscape features that attracted hollywood to the area, and began a filming legacy that endured for three quarters of a century. It has been estimated that more than 2000 Western movies and television shows were lensed in Chatsworth.
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