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Pier 5, Havana (1959)

Lesser known “B” titles need love to so when I see the names Cameron Mitchell and Allison Hayes starring in a low budget effort from Edward L. Cahn, I’ve just […]

Breakheart Pass (1975)

I would suggest that from 1974 to 1977, Charles Bronson, was at the height of his powers on movie screens. This excellent mystery western set on a train from director […]

How The West Was Won (1962)

While I’ve see this western blockbuster filmed in Cinerama a number of times I don’t believe I’ve actually seen it since my adolescent days. It played regularly on TV though […]

The Perfect Killer (1977)

Taking his turn as an aging hitman looking to retire from the syndicate, western favorite, Lee Van Cleef, assumes center stage in this heavily plotted effort coming at the end […]

Farewell Friend (1968)

aka … Adieu l’ami On the subject of movies if you ask me to name something or more specifically someone that I’ve become aware of via French cinema, I’m most […]

Soldier of Fortune (1955)

For the second time in as many years, the fiery Susan Hayward is off to find a husband who has gone missing in a strange land. In 1954 she hired […]

When The Legends Die (1972)

At a time when the rodeo movie was in vogue thanks to titles like Junior Bonner, The Honkers and JW Coop, this slow moving yet rewarding entry was released that saw […]

The Jackals (1967)

This South African western remake of 1948’s Yellow Sky is easily one of the more unlikely credits during the latter part of Vincent Price’s storied career. Here he plays an […]

Dan Duryea : Heel With a Heart

By Mike Peros Dan Duryea is one those actors who is unforgettably identifiable. I can still recall the first time I saw him on the TV screen as a kid […]

Run For the Sun (1956)

Here’s a compact thriller with a sparse cast but one that features a foursome most classic film fans are sure to find comfort in led by Richard Widmark in one […]

A Gathering of Old Men (1987)

If you’ve followed the trajectory of Richard Widmark’s film career you may find it hard not to pause and recall his portrait of a terrifying bigot from the 1950 film, […]

This Week in TV Guide 1965

Thanks to a sister who owns and operates an antique shop, I had a chance to look thru a few TV Guides she had in stock from the year 1965. […]

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