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Love And A .45 (1994)

When a convenience store robbery goes awry, a professional thief and his true love head to Mexico pursued by the cops, a pair of drug-addled hit men and his psychotic ex-partner. 173 more words


Peter Fonda Shot – John Lennon writes song about it

January 7, 1951
Rock Hill, 235 Cedar Lane, Ossining, New York

“Peter Fonda, 10-year-old son of Henry Fonda, actor, was reported in a fair condition tonight in Ossining Hospital after having accidentally shot himself yesterday with a .22 caliber pistol. 1,367 more words

Ossining History


The critical and commercial success of Easy Rider (1969) scared the hell out of the Hollywood studios at the time of its release. Executives thought that they knew what the public wanted to see: safe comedies like… 640 more words

Film Review

12 Angry Men: How many S's in "innocent?"

12 ANGRY MEN is a hell of a film. They really don’t make ’em like this anymore. The story is told approximately in real-time, over the course of 2 hours, in a single room. 1,523 more words

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The Limey (1999)

After revisiting 1984’s The Hit for the first time since it’s release on the home video market and thoroughly enjoying it, I couldn’t help but follow it up with  this gangland flick that like The Hit, stars a mean Terence Stamp. 560 more words

Daily Take

Peter and Patty in 'The New Breed'

‘Thousands and Thousands of Miles’, episode aired 17 April 1962, guest starring Peter Fonda (born 23 February 1940), anti-establishment star of The Wild Angels (1966), and Patty McCormack (21 August 1945), child star and troubled young person in Maury Dexter’s… 15 more words

The Trip

Sat down to watch The Trip again last night, the Roger Corman/Jack Nicholson flick with Peter Fonda, and about ten minutes in it dawned on me that I had never seen… 457 more words