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Tag: Harry Dean Stanton

Payoff (1991)

From director Stuart Cooper comes a film that represents another fine example of what could show up on the new release shelf of the local VHS store back at the […]

The Rebel Rousers (1967)

Rebel Rousers presents a time capsule to the days when three young actors were on the rise to cult status, one of whom would become an icon of the industry, […]

Now Playing ….. April 25th 1978

Thankfully a Toronto Sun loomed in the distance at a recent hunt though a barn converted into an antique shop. Not sure if it was a hot commodity for collectors […]

Angels Among Us

With the impact of It’s A Wonderful Life in our home growing up, it’s hard not to wonder as a child if I too had my very own Clarence looking […]

Day of the Evil Gun (1968)

A hardened Glenn Ford begrudgingly teams up with an unsavory Arthur Kennedy in this variation on the The Searchers theme by way of MGM and director Jerry Thorpe. Along the way […]

Rancho Deluxe (1975)

There’s a definite charm to this modern day western tale of cattle rustling and the reason is very simple. It has a wonderful cast of some very well known character […]

Pork Chop Hill (1959)

Before the harsh realities of war depicted in a film like Saving Private Ryan came along, Pork Chop Hill from director Lewis Milestone was as real as it could get […]

The Music Video Actor

While I don’t really pay much attention to the music video anymore there was a time I frequently tuned in to the country music staion to see what was new. […]

The Warren Oates Factor

If you have been a regular visitor here over the past year then you should know by now that Warren Oates is one of those actors I love to champion. […]

Down Periscope (1996)

This routine military comedy accomplishes two things that I admit to really appreciating. First off it puts on screen four wonderful character actors who have all flirted with leading roles […]

Music and Harry Dean Stanton

Long before Harry Dean Stanton starred in Repo Man and Paris Texas to become a kind of cultish character actor I was always eagerly looking for his weathered face in […]

The Proud Rebel (1958) Alan Ladd Day 5

While I will concede that Shane is accepted as the greatest film Alan Ladd probably ever appeared in, it still stands as my second favorite. The Proud Rebel has always […]

The Fourth War (1990)

If you grew up in the shadow of Jaws like yours truly then just like me you pretty much think Roy Scheider was one of the coolest guys on the […]

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