The world's wildest movies from an era of "everything goes!"
Geeking Out About Everything!
...a classic film and TV blog
by Brian Hannan
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Smashing System Bias Since 1972...
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The Good, the Bad and sometimes Ugly in film
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Cult, B-Movies, cheesy fun films to Film Noir to classics new to me.
a personal odyssey through film
Feeding Soda Pop to the Thirsty Pigs since 2013
All things film and television
A Personal Journey Through Cinema & Television
My perspective on life & Classic Movie Recommendations
Methodically replaying every game of the 1978 baseball season!
Looking Deeper at The Best Classic Movies Together
Movies, Television, Books....Everything Noir
by John Bengtson "the great detective of silent film locations" New York Times
Where old movies go to live
Uncovering the silent era
The annex to John Grant's *A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Film Noir*
Reviews of movies from my giant DVD tower, and more.
Telling the story of film
A Film by Film Affair with Humphrey Bogart
Vintage Hollywood films and stars
. . where the worlds of film noir and pre-code collide . .
Where Suspense Lives!
Enjoying mystery, crime and suspense in all media
Ruth's Old Movie Reviews
They Don't Make 'Em Like They Used To
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Love that poster in the background! I see Steve Kanaly is in this too; I always thought him cool.. I can see why you consider those must-see actors, Oates and Johnson are so good. I must see this one.
No matter how many films I watch it’s the character actors that can make or break so many films and I have always been a big fan of the Peckinpah stock company. Stanton and Lewis are always fun to check out and Kanaly does a great job as Pretty Boy Floyd. The film also has a great 2 minute montage half way thru that needs to be seen to be appreciated.
The 1945 Dillinger with Lawrence Tierney was a cool film too!
Absolutely, been a while since I have seen it but I grew up under the influence of Warren Oates as The Wild Bunch was and remains a big favorite. Thanks for watching.
Oh my days! After all the times I’ve watched Stripes as a teenager (no not for the mud wrestling scene, looks from side to side) I had never ever realised that the Sergeant Hulka was Warren Oats! but as soon as I heard you say it, it became a classic DOH! of course moment. I think Stripes might of been my watched VHS cassette?