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Leslie Gulch

We got to take a drive through Leslie Gulch in Oregon.  These rocks were there and in the surrounding canyons.  I didn’t know that anything like this was in my area!  14 more words

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Janet Leigh -- "I Never Take a Shower, Never"

Interview with the late actress Janet Leigh, famous for Hitchcock’s “Psycho” in the new issue of “Films of the Golden Age” Fall, 2014 $5.90.  Leigh talked about her early career at MGM  through her made for tv movies which she did because they were shot in Los Angeles. 40 more words

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The Spoilers (1942), A Million Hits And A Trivia Contest.

It’s not a 50s Western, but two of our favorites are in it, and this saloon fight has to be one of the best ever filmed. 102 more words

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History of a School that Failed.

It all started when a friend who was moving back to the States offered me his wide screen TV.  He didn’t want to lug it back, so I was happy to take it off his hands. 789 more words

Humor

The Shootist

Gregory Jenkins

The Shootist (1976)

A dying gunfighter spends his last days looking for a way to die with a minimum of pain and a maximum of dignity. 577 more words

Best Western Actor

Stagecoach

You find the most interesting things in old, classic movies … if you pay attention. Take John Ford’s iconic western Stagecoach.

On a stagecoach to Lordsberg there is a fine collection of passengers Chaucer would have been proud to represent: the whore, the pregnant patrician, the gambler, the whiskey drummer, the drunken doctor, the wise Marshal, the feisty driver, and the Ringo Kid who just busted out of prison and is planning to get his revenge on the naughty boys who framed him. 305 more words

Politics

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence #MovieReview

Film 68 in the “1001 Films to See Before You Die” challenge was 1962’s “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence”. Started humming a song from 1962! 2,064 more words

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