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The Wild North (1952)

Leading man Stewart Granger continued his association with the splendor of MGM by appearing in this outdoor adventure filmed in color that offered the actor a departure from the swordplay epics […]

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. […]

Cattle King (1963)

It’s a western tale of three Roberts in this Tay Garnett directed programmer under the MGM banner. First up is one of the studio’s greatest stars from the 30’s thru […]

One Eyed Jacks (1961)

The iconic Marlon Brando directed only one film in his entire career and with it, gave us what I’ve always felt to be a vastly underrated effort that co-starred his […]

Slightly Dangerous (1943)

Though this may not be the best screwball comedy that I’ll watch this year, there’s no denying that MGM has thrown together an unbelievable cast of recognizable faces in support of […]

Wonder Man (1945)

What’s better than one Danny Kaye? Two I suppose. If your a fan like me. Add in his frequent leading lady, the beautiful Virginia Mayo and we have a fun […]

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 […]

Montana Belle (1952)

From what I know of history this Jane Russell flick from producer Howard Welsh has more or less taken fact and tossed it out of the stagecoach window. On the […]

The Man From Bitter Ridge (1955)

There is something about the Universal-International output of fifties westerns that I find keeps me coming back for more. They’re mostly “B”s featuring a cast of recognizable character actors surrounding […]

The Kid From Texas (1950)

Audie Murphy’s name became synonymous with the western genre from this film forward. It’s Audie’s first oater and second starring role. He had previously headlined Bad Boy opposite Lloyd Nolan […]

Along Came Jones (1945)

“The Coop” takes a poke at his own image and brings Loretta Young along for the adventure. Long before actors like Burt Lancaster moved into producing their own films in […]

Distant Drums (1951)

Gary Cooper vs. the Seminole Indians by way of Warner Brothers and Raoul Walsh. Coop is in full heroic mode here as a Captain living in the Florida Everglades who […]

The Desperate Hours (1955)

In what proved to be his last role as a gangster, screen icon Humphrey Bogart doesn’t disappoint in this tense crime drama from top flight director William Wyler. Teaming up […]

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