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Cult Movie Essentials: The Bowery (1933)

The Bowery is a 1933 film about the Lower East Side of Manhattan around the start of the 20th century, It is directed by Raoul Walsh and stars Wallace Beery and George Raft. 720 more words

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In case you missed it: Bat left, throw left, hold baby right

For more photos from Thursday, visit LA Photog Blog.

By Jon Weisman

It was hard not to be a little skeptical about Thursday’s Will Ferrell stunt across Major League Baseball, but it helped knowing that it was for a good cause, and pretty quickly it became clear how much fun it was going to be. 228 more words

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Firearms — Television Westerns from the 1950s

American television in the 1950s were rife with thirty-minute black-and-white Westerns.  Among the more famous and enduring: The Lone Ranger, Have Gun — Will Travel… 1,765 more words

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Old Yeller, Happy Anniversary! Opened Christmas Day, 1957?

 

Old Yeller, did not actually have its world premiere on Christmas Day, 1957, it was seen instead on Tuesday night, December 17, in two different cities. 432 more words

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KETTLE WHISTLE RADIO # 99 JAGOFF MASSACRE.

The boys from JAGOFF MASSACRE ( the slasher with local flavor) Daniel Boyd, Chuck Connors, Tim Gross and Bryce Katzman stop by and talk up their horror/comedy and the upcoming sequel. 34 more words

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The Dodgers-Lakers-NBA connection

By Cary Osborne

The NBA season tips off tonight, including the Lakers hosting the Houston Rockets at Staples Center. With that in mind, we thought we’d give you some amusing Dodger-Laker connections and throw in some other Dodger-NBA connections. 703 more words

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The Big Country (1958)

Film review of the Hollywood western The Big Country, starring Gregory Peck and Jean Simmons.

Director: William Wyler. MGM.

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