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Larry Campbell marks a take during the filming of “Keeping the West Alive” as Norton Dill shoots a production by Dill Productions last week south of Durango at Santa Rita Ranch. The documentary features cowboy poets, musicians, ranchers, train engineers and others who are devoted to maintaining Western traditions.
Jim Newman, left, Jeff Mannix, Ken Overcast, Linda Mannix talk to filmmaker Norton Dill about preserving Western traditions. Dill and Larry Campbell filmed the group at the Mannixes’ Santa Rita Ranch south of Durango.
Norton Dill of Dill Productions films during production of “Keeping the West Alive.” From left, Ken Overcast, Jeff Mannix, Linda Mannix, and Jim Newman assist, as Wayne Reynolds records sound.
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Larry Campbell marks a take during the filming of “Keeping the West Alive” as Norton Dill shoots a production by Dill Productions last week south of Durango at Santa Rita Ranch. The documentary features cowboy poets, musicians, ranchers, train engineers and others who are devoted to maintaining Western traditions.
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Jim Newman, left, Jeff Mannix, Ken Overcast, Linda Mannix talk to filmmaker Norton Dill about preserving Western traditions. Dill and Larry Campbell filmed the group at the Mannixes’ Santa Rita Ranch south of Durango.
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Norton Dill of Dill Productions films during production of “Keeping the West Alive.” From left, Ken Overcast, Jeff Mannix, Linda Mannix, and Jim Newman assist, as Wayne Reynolds records sound.
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