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The Award-Winning Johnny Cash Museum Hosting Panel and Screening of Murder in Coweta County

The award-winning Johnny Cash Museum is proud to present a screening and panel discussion on Murder in Coweta County, a film starring Johnny Cash opposite television and movie icon Andy Griffith.  The panel discussion will be hosted by Johnny Cash Museum founder Bill Miller with producer Dick Atkins as the feature guest. The event will be held in their newly opened event space adjacent to the Johnny Cash Museum on Sunday, April 13th beginning at 2 PM.  Admission to the screening and panel is included with the purchase of admission to the museum.
"As part of our goal to expand our outreach and events, hosting a screening of this great film with its producer is a natural for us and for Johnny Cash's fans," says founder Bill Miller.
Murder in Coweta County was a 1983 television movie produced by Dick Atkins and Michael Lepiner, and written by Dennis Nemec.  The film was an adaptation of a book by the same name written by Margaret Barnes. Andy Griffith played landowner John Wallace and Johnny Cash played Sheriff Lamar Potts of Coweta County.

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