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Netflix: Old West Edition

I love that cowboys and settlers get an entire movie genre to themselves.  These are no ordinary “period pieces,” either.  Westerns depict an era of exploration, expansion and determination.   137 more words


Lindsey Appreciates a Western: Once Upon a Time in the West (1968)

This post is technically a part of the “Favorite things about…” series. I decided to give it a fun name since this was one of the only Westerns I loved before beginning the “Lindsey Tries to Appreciate Westerns” project. 721 more words


The 'Western' and its rather complex heritage: 1

Clint Eastwood as ‘The Man with No Name’ and Marianne Koch as Marisol in A Fistful of Dollars (1964)

With its beginnings in The Great Train Robbery… 1,021 more words

American Popular Culture

07 - Once Upon a Time in America

Abstract – Directed by Sergio Leone; Robert DeNiro stars as a prohibition era Jewish mobster.

Background – In spite of some people claiming they “aren’t real westerns”  613 more words


Cinema Quote of the Day

“Someday I’d like a part where I can lean my elbow against a mantlepiece and have a cocktail.”

Charles Bronson.

"Once Upon a Time in the West" and WHO was the third badguy?

Brother Bruce sent me a pic of a scene (and the accompanying dialogue) from one of his favorite Westerns, Sergio Leone’s Once Upon a Time in the West… 604 more words

Charles Bronson


  • I am trying Coconut Water for the first time, as recommended to combat dehydration post massage (and exercise) and the typically resulting headaches. I have a feeling coconut water is one of those things that is so oddly flavored that I won’t realize whether or not I actually like it until I’ve had it so often that Stockholm Syndrome has taken over and I can’t get enough of it regardless of how vile or fantastic it might taste.
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