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Film Review: The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

‘The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance’ is regarded as one of John Wayne’s best westerns. It is hard to argue against that point because truthfully, I think just about every John Wayne western is one of his best, as making bad films was something he never seemed to do. 273 more words

Entertainment

El Dorado

PLOT (spoiler alert!!!):

Cole Thornton (John Wayne), a gunslinger-for-hire, is hired by wealthy rancher Bart Jason (Edward Asner) to help him in a range war with the McDonald family in the town of El Dorado. 1,551 more words

Movie Reviews

Old school movies

Some old movies with bang. I recently saw Wait Until Dark. Made quite a while ago and most of the cast has passed on. But the picture builds to a climax which really has one on the edge of one’s seat. 262 more words

Books, Movies plus

Another dreary kind of day here. It was only 40 degrees this morning with fog, it is 54 now and the fog has lifted, but it is still cloudy. 1,283 more words

HUMOUR

Online Dating Part 4-My experiences-funny, frightening, and true!

I have to admit that I never thought I would do any online dating and even poked fun of those who did. But sure enough, I found myself signing up for such sites when I realized that I wasn’t meeting many single men in my job as a Special Ed teacher. 6,698 more words

Advice

A Writer With True Grit

“Nothing is too long or too short either if you have a true and interesting tale and what I call a ‘graphic’ writing style combined with educational aims.” – Charles Portis, from his book… 386 more words

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