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The Charles Bronson Starter Kit and Then Some

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Chatting up a list of Bronson titles worth checking into using posters as props from my personal collection.

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  1. Hi Mike,
    Looks good but I am getting no audio. Is this problem on my end? I am having fun second guessing what you’re saying.

  2. This is great, I love to see the posters in your collection so I hope you do more of these. Well done overview plus a reminder of some I haven’t seen yet, like Murphy’s Law and Death Hunt. oh, and yes, there’s no such thing as a guilty pleasure!

  3. Very nice. Lovely selection of posters and a good overview of the man’s career. I enjoyed seeing you stick up for Rider on the Rain, Red Sun and especially White Buffalo.
    Anything else I might have included? Maybe Telefon.

    • Thanks. Another vote for White Buffalo. Glad. I for one like the look of the film and what they were aiming for. I featured Telefon poster recently in my Don Siegel gallery. I will of course defend the movie but deep down still think it’s a missed opportunity.

  4. Hi Mike – Amazing posters! I never was a huge Bronson fan, but I recently watched HARD TIMES which was excellent, so I hope to check out several of the films you mentioned in your starter kit. So who’s next?

    • Glad you liked Hard Times, really a hidden gem. Always fun to show off one’s collection. Not sure on the next outing but will be sure to follow up either in video or written form. Thanks for watching. 🙂

  5. Hey Mike. Top video and what a fantastic collection of Bronson posters, incredible. Now I need to see “Red Sun”! Total missed that one, what a great cover image. It’s got a samurai and Ursula Andress, has to be essential viewing. Straight on my to watch list. Never heard of “Noon to 3” either but not rushing out for that one hehe. Thanks for the heads up on the “The White Buffalo” too. That sounds like good fun. Totally agree on Murphy’s Law. Not one I sing from the trees about but definitely have a soft spot for….. Another one I remember thats needs a rewatch is Chato’s Land….. Thanks for the informative video. All the best… Wolfman

    • You have more than a couple hours of sheer enjoyment ahead. I’m jealous but then a rewatch on these can solve that easily enough. Chato’s land a real good one. If you can I’d suggest the Twilight Time blu ray. A really nice print. Thanks for the compliment on the vid and poster collection. A lifetime of collecting.

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