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Tag: Slim Pickens

McLintock! (1963)

Rather than focus on the naysayers who take offence to this Duke flick and the reasons why, I’m sticking to my guns here and the fact that I love to […]

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 […]

Al Lettieri versus The Icons Part 2

The two films I saw more frequently than any other growing up featuring Al Lettieri pitted him against two of the actors I’ve always numbered among my favorites. One the King […]

The White Buffalo (1977)

A thundering spectacle! A shattering experience!” What more could one ask for when joining up for a blogathon celebrating nature’s fury kindly hosted by Cinematic Catharsis. It’s a welcome opportunity […]

An Eye For An Eye (1966)

While watching this western that was released nearing the end of the western craze you can’t help but wonder when John Wayne might make an appearance. And why not. When […]

White Line Fever (1975)

It’s been well over twenty years since I’ve seen the story of Jan-Michael Vincent and his rig “The Blue Mule.” I loved seeing this as a kid on late night […]

Fun Commercials with Favorite Actors

How about Ernest Borgnine collecting stamps. Who knew? Charles Bronson. All the world loves a lover. How about a singing ad with the likes of Jack Elam and Broderick Crawford! […]

The Great Locomotive Chase (1956)

Civil War Disney style. Where heroism takes place and not a drop of blood is spilled. While I am no civil war buff I must admit to loving the films […]

Never a Dull Moment (1968)

Anytime I have the opportunity to see Henry Silva, Jack Elam and Slim Pickens under the direction of Edward G. Robinson tormenting Dick Van Dyke is what I like to […]

Texas (1941)

From Columbia pictures comes this early film in the career of two actors who would rise to prominence in the fifties. William Holden and Glenn Ford. Playing a couple of […]

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