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The Searchers (1958)

“Well, Reverend, that tears it! From now on, you stay out of this. All of ya. I don’t want you with me. I don’t need ya for what I got to do.” – Ethan Edwards (John Wayne) 544 more words

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The Searchers Want To Know, Have You Ever Loved Somebody?

The Searchers are an English beat group, which emerged as part of the 1960s Merseybeat scene along with the Beatles, the Hollies and others. They were the second group from Liverpool, after the Beatles, to have a hit in the United States when “Needles and Pins” charted during the first week of March 1964. 19 more words

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The Searchers

Possibly the best movie made by John Ford with John Wayne, and possibly one of his best stop. Indeed The Searchers, quite probably ranks among the best Westerns ever made, and possibly one of the best, or influential movies ever made. 756 more words

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The Lost Patrol (1934)

And so, I return to the early 1930’s for my next review. An era I recently complained about during my review of ‘A Farewell to Arms’. 1,052 more words

Set Your DVR - November 2014

The star of the month on Turner Classic Movies in November is not a single star but rather the galaxy of stars of the silent era. 2,112 more words

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The Week in Film - 5 October 2014: I Am Legend, Pilgrim

Plenty of news has happened in the past week. Today’s article is brought to you by the words ‘franchise’ and ‘retrofit’.

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