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John Wayne Visited Here
Real Cowboys Still Visit Here Cow Palace Restaurant and Bar Amado Arizona
Father Kinoince the days of Father Kino, the Santa Cruz Valley has been the site of many historical events and one of the most active tourist havens in Arizona.

Kinsley Ranchhe Cow Palace was established upon the site of an old general store in the days of Otho Kinsley. Otho established the Kinsley Ranch in 1920 and became famous for furnishing bucking horses and Brahma bulls to the now famous Fiesta de Los Vaqueros Rodeo.

Cow Palace Theaterince then, the Cow Palace Restaurant and Bar remains one of this area's most well known attractions. Old timers report that on occasion the Cow Palace became a theatre. The dining room would be cleared and a movie projector and screen would be setup for the patrons to enjoy a film.

Tin Cup and other moviesIn later years, many movies were filmed in the area, such as "The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing," Pray For The Wildcat," "Tin Cup," "The Postman," and "Boys On The Side." As a result, the Cow Palace was frequented by John Wayne and many other stars whose famous faces now grace the bar.



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