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You'd Be Surprised at What Serves as Props in Kevin Costner's Movies

Every movie has lead characters. Sometimes they have a strong supporting cast, themes and settings. Almost always, they have props. One of Kevin’s most recent interviews, with the CBC, covers a lot of territory about his moviemaking, and I came away with a startling realization about Kevin’s approach to movie making. 917 more words

Catching Up With Kevin

The Cruise: Part 1 - Washy Washy...Happy Happy!

Those words swim in my ears like so many fish heading upstream to spawn. Rolling around my head and spinning in my thoughts as if they could make a special dinner of every idea I ever had. 816 more words

Tim Braun

You don't say

Kevin Costner is 60 today.  I don’t know about you but my first reaction to hearing that was “Holy wow and Hubba hubba!”

I’m 51; if he’s what 60 looks like I say… 39 more words


Dances with Wolves - The John Dunbar Theme

PDF File Download: Dances with Wolves – The John Dunbar Theme NAF Tab

Original Composer: John Barry

Technical notes: Requires use of cross-fingering, half-holing and an upper octave note. 244 more words

Film Tab


The following is in response to “Telescopia” by Kevin O’Cuinn via Oblong.

Where else in the blogosphere will you read something that has the tags “Dances With Wolves” … 208 more words

Response To Flash Prose


Dances with Wolves is 25 years old this year, 25 years, wow a quarter of a century. Seems unbelievable don’t it, and it was this movie that got John Barry back into the public gaze after being absent due to illness, but saying that I don’t think he was ever forgotten, how can you forget a man that had given us so much with his iconic and haunting themes for TV and Film, and his upbeat pop tunes of the 1960,s. 457 more words


Rooting for the Indians and Damn that Custer Anyway!

When Dances With Wolves came out in November 1990, audiences throughout the country cheered as Kevin Costner and his Lakota friends killed U.S. soldiers in one of the final scenes of the film. 1,693 more words