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Tag: James Coburn

Shadow of The Hawk (1976)

While the lake in the backdrop of British Columbia, Canada looks peaceful in this Canadian produced thriller, if one looks closely you’ll see scores of dead fish washed ashore and […]

Harry In Your Pocket (1973)

Taking up a theme as old as movies, Harry In Your Pocket is the story of a veteran and the kid he takes on as a protégé. It’s been done […]

Hawk the Slayer (1980)

When given the opportunity to spotlight a film “that’s so bad it’s good” as part of a blogathon kindly put together by Rebecca of Taking Up Room, I immediately thought […]

Assignment to Kill (1968)

It’s thanks to TCM that this low key mystery with a hint of Bond came into my viewing circle recently and one I found very enjoyable thanks to an actor […]

The Valley Of Gwangi (1969)

Having had a long gestation period going back to King Kong creator Willis O’Brien, stop motion wizard Ray Harryhausen breathes life into this western tale of cowboys, a hidden valley […]

Merrill’s Marauders (1962)

Stoic, square jawed Jeff Chandler would sadly play his final role at the age of 42 in this Samuel Fuller directed tale of WW2 in the Burmese jungles. Chandler stars […]

The Last Hard Men (1976)

                                     Charlton Heston vs. James Coburn ………………… Only One Will Survive That according to the film’s trailer in what could be billed as a heavyweight tilt when these two tangle in […]

It’s a Fatherly Thing.

Time for another look at some of the Dad’s that populated the films we love and in some cases revere. Maybe even a favorite or two from TV. Who didn’t […]

A Reason to Live, A Reason to Die (1972)

aka Massacre at Fort Holman Like many of the so called “tough guys” of the era, James Coburn found himself following Eastwood and Bronson to Italy to work with Sergio […]

Cattle Town (1952)

Dennis Morgan sings his way through gunfights and barroom brawls in this grade B western from his home studio Warner Brothers with more than a few familiar faces tagging along […]

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