Appearances and book signings

2017 Appearances:

Scott will be at Cinevent 2017 over Memorial Day weekend, May 25-28, 2017. He will be signing books during the convention, but you’ll probably have better luck finding him in the trading room! Hope to see you there.

More Cinevent info here:


TCM Classic Cruise – Join Scott for the last TCM Cruise!

From Nov. 12-19, 2016, Scott Eyman will be on board the last TCM Classic Cruise, along with Leslie Caron, Kim Novak, Jerry Lewis, Diane Baker, Mitzi Gaynor and more wonderful folks!

The cruise stops in San Juan, St. Maarten and on Disney’s own Castaway Cay. The ship is the large Disney Fantasy, and there are non-stop films, interviews, Q/A with the audiences, special displays, great music and a chance to talk with hundreds of like-minded, classic film lovers.

Scott has been on four of the past five cruises, and thinks the interaction with fellow passengers is the best anywhere. The Disney ships are beautiful, with terrific staff and accommodations. And yes, there are still cabins left.

Here’s the link with more TCM Classic Cruise information:

September 2016 –

Join Scott in honoring Buster Keaton at the Annual Buster Keaton Celebration!

Scott will be one of the guest speakers for this year’s Annual Buster Keaton Celebration in Iola, Kansas. It’s a beautiful town, with a gorgeous theater/center, and lots of enthusiastic, interesting Keaton fans meet here each year.

Dates are Sept. 23-24, 2016, and Scott will be talking about Buster Keaton and the Landscape of the West. Admission is $20, and we hope to see some fans there.

Here is all the info:



Eyman books being reissued in paperback

In April, along with the John Wayne paperback being issued, Simon & Schuster is reissuing nicely designed paperbacks of three other Scott Eyman books. Look for Ernst Lubitsch: Laughter in Paradise; Print the Legend: The Life and Times of John Ford, and Speed of Sound: Hollywood and the Talkie Revolution 1926-1930.

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On stage at the 2015 TCM Film Festival!

Scott interviewed Peter Fonda on stage at the 2015 TCM Classic Film Festival in Los Angeles, March 27-29th.

300-fonda-peter-081508They chatted about Peter’s father, Henry Fonda, on the 100th  anniversary year of Henry’s birth, in the TCM Club at the Roosevelt Hotel.

Scott will introduced Young Mr. Lincoln, with Peter Fonda, on Friday, March 27.

On Saturday, Scott introduced They Were Expendable, a John Wayne/John Ford film. He also had a book signing in the Roosevelt Hotel, with support from Larry Edmunds Bookshop.

For more information about the Film Festival and the latest news about film star appearances:



Scott has received the 2014 William K. Everson Film History Award given by the National Board of Review, for his body of work. The awards ceremony and dinner (a red carpet affair!) was Jan. 6, 2015, in New York City. Also attending and receiving film awards were: Clint Eastwood (Best Director), Michael Keaton (Best Actor), Julienne Moore (Best Actress), Edward Norton (Best Supporting Actor) and Chris Rock (Spotlight Award).

Read more about the awards here:



NOV. 7, 2014 – Scott appeared at a fundraiser for the Society of the Four Arts, in Palm Beach.

NOV. 5, 2014 –  Scott spoke to a capacity crowd at the Mandel Public Library of West Palm Beach about his John Wayne book, and signed books, too.

Scott was a featured speaker at the Florida Heritage Book Festival in St. Augustine, Fl., on Saturday, Sept. 27th.

More information about the festival here:

The Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach featured Scott in March 2014:

The film series started March 20, and then each Thursday evening (except April 10) at 6:30 through April 17, the program includes John Cassavetes’ “Faces,” Shirley Clarke’s “Portrait of Jason,” D.A. Pennebaker’s “Don’t Look Back,” as well as films by Warhol. Stay tuned for Scott presenting another film series in 2015!

— Saturday, April 5: Scott appeared at the San Antonio Book Festival, and was interviewed at 11 a.m. by moderator Jim Mendiola. He signed books immediately after the interview.

— Sunday, April 13: Scott was at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. He was on a “Biography: Hollywood Legends” panel discussion on April 13, at 12:30 p.m. There was a book signing immediately following the panel, and he joined the Mysterious Galaxy Booth Signing at 3 p.m. that day, too.

— Monday, April 14: Scott was at the Larry Edmunds Bookshop at 6644 Hollywood Boulevard, at 7 p.m.

— Tuesday, April 15: Scott was a guest at the San Marino Friends of Crowell Public Library series, starting at 7 p.m. He spoke about his John Wayne biography, and then signed books.

May 23-24: He was a featured speaker at the John Wayne festival in Winterset, Iowa.

— He appeared at the John Ford festival in Dublin, Ireland, in June.

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5 thoughts on “Appearances and book signings

  1. I just finished reading John Wayne. I enjoyed every bit of it. My admiration of John Wayne has increased 100 Fold as a result of the excellent book and research done by Mr. Eyman. Earlier this year I happened to walk into a bookstore in San Francisco next door to my favorite coffee shop and I noticed the cover of John Wayne. Impulsively, I purchased the book and am so glad that I did. Now I’m gonna go get his book about another of my favorite actors, Robert Wagner. God bless you, Mr. Eyman. John Caldwell

  2. Good afternoon Mr. Eyman,
    We would be honored to have you speak at one our “Lunch and Learns” about “John Wayne: The Life and Legend.”

    I am Carey Reed, the membership director at the Palm Beach Yacht Club. Along with my membership duties, I love locating speakers for our “Lunch and Learn” series during our season. Our speakers are professionals in their fields who talk to our members for 20 to 30 minutes about their area of expertise. Lunch is then served followed by an interactive question and answer period.
    Our members are wealthy, well-educated and well-traveled. They love excellent food and service and are naturally curious and interactive with our “Lunch and Learn” speaker.

    Thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing from you. Sincerely, Carey

  3. Trying to reach Scott Eyman regarding some never seen before photo’s of John Wayne for his next book. 707-837-5037 Home . I would love to share these photo’s with him. Steve

  4. Scott Eyman,
    I very much enjoyed talking with you on the cruise several times and you signed four of your books for me. Thank you so much. One topic I wanted to discuss was the almost strange effect watching Cecil B. DeMille’s films have on me. I program movies at the West Seattle Senior Center two days a week and I scheduled DeMille’s, “Samson and Delilah about eight months ago. I think DeMille was doing things in the frame(it is stuffed most of the time) and with his editing that affects the subconsious. The feeling I definitely had after watching it was that there was far more to the movie than met the eye.
    Keep writing your wonderful books. I just finished reading your silent to sound treatment and it was so enjoyable, I thought it was too short. Out of the six I have read, the DeMille biography is the best because of the history and philosofy and religious scope that is there.

    Terry Holm(The Movie within a Movie Guy-NXNX) 206-768-1135

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