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Wrapping Up My Second Year On Line

“Made it Ma. Top of the world.” Two straight years on line with at least one posting per day. Getting something on here has become part of my daily routine […]

Shenandoah (1965)

Towering over a first rate cast in this tale of the American Civil War and the strong bonds of family is legendary James Stewart. Jimmy stars as a widowed farmer […]

The Shootist (1976)

It is my belief that there has never been a better swan song in the movies┬áthan John Wayne’s role as J.B. Books in this Don Siegel directed film that surrounded […]

Runaway (1984)

I’ll be the first to admit I like the work of Tom Selleck. Having said that I’ll also point out that when he was on Magnum and one of TV’s […]

The Filmography Factor

There was a time before the we had the luxury of the internet at our fingertips. Remember those days? No IMDB. Very few books detailing the careers of most film […]

Nick of Time (1995)

“Who are you?” “I’m the guy who’s gonna kill you’re daughter if you don’t get moving.” That’s a strong argument to do as Christopher Walken says. It’s up to Johnny […]

The Rawhide Years (1955)

Universal International continued to put Tony Curtis in to “B” films as his apprentice years in the star making machine were coming to a close with this western from his […]

Dan Duryea Poster Gallery

Looking back I think my earliest memory of Dan Duryea was probably watching westerns with my Father on Saturday afternoon television. Ride Clear of Diablo with Audie Murphy and Night […]

Directed by John Ford (2006)

To sit and watch a montage of John Ford films is such a wonderful experience. Now sprinkle in some of the legendary names and stories from those who worked with […]

Ride Clear of Diablo (1954)

There is nothing quite like hearing a good Dan Duryea laugh or cackle if you prefer. In this Audie Murphy western we get plenty of Duryea playing just the type […]

The Flight of the Phoenix (1965)

Robert Aldrich puts together a cast that would ultimately include a total of 5 Oscar winners in this desert saga from 20th Century Fox. Aside from a brief desert mirage […]

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