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Stagecoach

Empire “Masterpiece” #82 / Issue #255 / September, 2010  

John Ford’s Stagecoach is about as linear as adventures come. Based on a pulp-magazine story by Ernest Haycox (there are some claims that it was based on Guy de Maupassant’s… 916 more words

Film

I'll be your Eye in the Sky, then we'll sail away to Key Largo

Movies watched:  Eye in the Sky, Key Largo

Where watched:  Parkway Plaza 12, home

Time:  102 minutes, 101 minutes

Total elapsed time:  1 day, 7 hours, 46 minutes… 987 more words

Man Without a Star (1955)

I have often heard it said that Kirk Douglas’ favorite film is Lonely Are the Brave featuring the cleft chin icon as an aging, misplaced cowboy running out of time and space. 694 more words

Daily Take

Rocco Remix.


Death in Vegas – Rocco (Dave Clarke Remix) (1997)

The High And The Mighty (1954)


“I got news for you guys: we just passed the point of no return.”

Director:  William A. Wellman

Starring:  John Wayne, Robert Stack, Doe Avedon, Claire Trevor, Jan Sterling, William Campbell, Wally Brown, Robert Newton, David Brian, Sidney Blackmer, Paul Kelly, John Qualen, Laraine Day, John Howard, Phil Harris, Julie Bishop, Paul Fix, Ann Doran, Karen Sharpe, John Smith, Joy Kim, William Hopper, George Chandler, Douglas Fowley, Regis Toomey, Pedro Gonzales-Gonzales, William Schallert, Michael Wellman… 6,500 more words

Disaster Movie

Texas (1941); Review by Robin Franson Pruter

Originally released 9 Oct 1941
Screenplay by Horace McCoy, Lewis Meltzer, & Michael Blankfort from a story by Blankfort & Meltzer
Directed by George Marshall… 777 more words

Classics

Western Wednesday: Stagecoach (1939)

Stagecoach is often described as the movie that made two careers and that’s certainly an accurate way to look at it. John Ford discovered his avenue with this 1939 western and John Wayne found his way after running as a stuntman, an extra and a B-player. 624 more words

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