Town of Gabriella

Film Location & Western Movie Set in New Mexico, the Land of Enchantment


Information for Film Crew


Posted By on Jan 14, 2019

Introduction We are thrilled you have decided to book your Western film here at the Town of Gabriella. The following information is for film directors and producers ONLY. This information is not for public use. If you are downloading the following forms and information, please use discretion. Actor / Actress Contact Information Below is a listing of all the actors and actresses whom have signed up through our casting service and are...

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Need to Know As we all begin to pack up our cars and plan for our trip out to the Town of Gabriella this coming weekend for the Annual Meet & Greet, there are a few things we have to remember and keep in mind.  Considerations must be provided for the safety of the public and the re-enactors at the Town of Gabriella as well as the image of the Ol’ Wild West.  Special events like the one we are putting on this weekend, present...

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Towels & Patches & Caps

Towels & Patches & Caps


Posted By on May 10, 2018

    We hope you have already booked your trip to our Meet and Greet Annual Gunfighter Event and are looking forward to a great weekend of gunfights, shopping, stagecoach rides, chuck wagon dinners, cowboy poetry, and so much more. A very talented women, Sara Northrip Kirkendall  is selling handmade towels, patches and caps with the Town of Gabriella memorabilia on them.  These will make great souvenirs that you can have with you at...

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Gunfights have left a lasting impression on American frontier history. We have read about them in our history books and they have been retold and passed down for generations. Some stories have been embellished over time.  The most notable shootouts took place in Arizona and New Mexico. We are fortunate enough here in the Town of Gabriella to be living on the border of Arizona and New Mexico and thus, be able to draw in reenactor ...

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I am sure you have read about the Chinese railroad workers when you were in grade school. You may vaguely remember something about the Chinese workers being shipped over from China to help build the railroad tracks going from towns in California out to Nevada around the 1860s. Is some of this coming back to you? Are you thinking, “Oh yeah, I remember Mrs. Olson my fifth-grade social studies teacher blabbing on about that,”...

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