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Virginia Mayo Goes West Part 2

Next up are a pair of westerns that saw Virginia reteam with two well known leading men of the era with whom she had starred with in earlier outdoor adventures. […]

They Came To Rob Las Vegas (1968)

“They? Who the hell is “they?”  Being one who loves to borrow lines from movies, I couldn’t help myself starting off with an Edmond O’Brien quote. Anyone know the classic […]

How Do You Spell Holiday?

For the next week or so I’m spelling it beginning with an R for road trip as I head to the province of Nova Scotia to visit family. Yes Mike’s […]

The Hitch-Hiker (1953)

First and foremost, this Ida Lupino directed feature is a must see for those who haven’t yet taken the time to make an effort to catch up with it. It’s […]

The Last Voyage (1960)

  Far from flashy in comparison to the mighty Poseidon, this proved to be a first rate disaster flick  for it’s era with the ever stoic Robert Stack doing his […]

Rio Conchos (1964)

One could argue that this western lacks an “A” list Movie Star, but in my world Richard Boone is a whole lot more fun to watch then plenty of those […]

The Virginia Mayo Poster Gallery

There are a few actresses who always seemed to stand out to me as a kid who devoured the action films that frequently played on Sunday afternoon television. Mainly because they […]

The Wild Bunch (1969)

If someone asks me if I’d like to partake in a glass of fine wine aged to perfection, I’ll pass as I would much rather watch Sam Peckinpah’s stunning end […]

Pike Bishop and The Wild Bunch

One can never stop learning to appreciate another facet or scene or line of dialogue in Sam Peckinpah’s classic 1969 western. “We’re not gonna get rid of anybody! We’re gonna […]

Cow Country (1953)

This black and white oater comes to us from Allied Artists and director Lesley Selander with Edmond O’Brien taking the lead role in this western story of the cattle industry and it’s […]

Man In The Dark (1953)

Edmond O’Brien. The name alone puts us right into the world of Noir cinema. Star of The Killers, White Heat and D.O.A. to name a few. This time out Eddie […]

Badge 373 (1973)

With a new class of actors on the rise in the 1970’s and each taking a turn as a hardened cop it was only inevitable that Robert Duvall would join […]

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