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A one minute and 50 second movie trailer for the Arkansas produced movie about the last days of Hank Williams starring Henry Thomas has been released. You may recall the trailer was up on the internet a month or so ago but was quickly taken down over some copyright issues.

Many thanks to ‘timlh’ for alerting me to this new development.

The movie was filmed in Arkansas primarily around Benton in February, March and April of last year. It stars Henry Thomas of ET fame, Jesse James, Kaley ¬†Cuoco, and Fred Thompson. It is directed by Harry Thomason of Mozark Productions. That company is famous for a number of successful TV and movie projects including ‘Designing Women’.

It looks like this version of ‘The Last Ride’ will be the first of a number of Hank Williams movie projects announced over the last couple of years to actually be released. There’s no word whether it will open in theatres or television, or when.

Finally, what so many of you have been waiting for, the actual moving pictures with sound from the Arkansas production of :

The Last Ride starring Henry Thomas as Hank Williams. UPDATE: This link has been taken down. Thanks to commenters on “savingcountrymusic.com” for finding a link in China which I have now taken down.

Here’s the new improved longer You Tube Link which seems to be holding up.

And here are some of the stories about this film that have been posted on this blog.

And here’s the link to the Saving Country Music article.

If anyone has comments about what they see on this new video, please let us know in the comment section below.


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I’m not sure what’s going on with this new Hank Williams’ biopic called ‘The Last Ride’ which was being filmed recently in Arkansas. But here’s a photo of one of the stars Kaley Cuoco.

And here’s ¬†another shot of Henry Thomas who stars as Hank Williams.

I’ve heard some comments from some people who aren’t holding out much hope for this flick. I hate to say it but I can’t imagine what this sweet faced Kaley can possibly be doing in the film. And as others have mentioned Henry Thomas looks in pretty good shape, strong and healthy looking, compared to what we know was Hank’s condition at the time.

Let’s trust Harry Thomason who’s directing and hope for the best.

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