About Lone Oak Productions

 We began several years ago writing westerns in the vein of Louis L'Amour and have now progressed into producing quality western films the whole family can enjoy. 

Fistfights, gunfights, rustlers and romance. We deliver it all.

My Father and I circa 1981

The one who introduced me to westerns. 

 My dad instilled in me a work ethic and a love for westerns. Before that though, he showed me what was really important in life; family, integrity, self-respect, honor, defending those who you love and providing for yourself and others. I only wish he could have lived long enough to see this. I believe he would be proud.

Phillip Hardy


A veteran, former newspaper columnist and editor, author and lover of great westerns, now producer of western films for the whole family. Tired of everything being CGI and gratuitous sex and gore? So are we, so we started with "Lone Oak" and hope to have more films in the not-too-distant future for you to enjoy.

The novel our first film is based on

 Haunted by his past of violence and bloodshed, James Harding rides into Lone Oak. His one desire is a hot meal he didn't have to cook himself and a good night's sleep in a comfortable bed. He didn't count on meeting Elizabeth nor becoming embroiled in her struggle to keep the S-bar-S ranch, but God had other plans. Finding himself drawn inexorably to Elizabeth, Jim struggles with his desire to be with her and a past that made him who he is. This is as close to home as he has felt since the murder of his family twelve years before. His past boils to the surface in sometimes violent reactions to injustice and his struggle to please God. In the end, Jim must decide if he can accept the opportunity for love that God has given him or if he is unworthy of love and redemption. 

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