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Wells Fargo 1852 by egabbott

Capture taken at the same location as the last post in Sabinal, Texas. A very unique antique and artifact shop.

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Set Your DVR - February 2016

Although I haven’t recommended any silent films for February, I find that I’ve been watching, and enjoying, many silent films of late. At this point, I probably watch 3 to 5 films on TCM a week and one of them is usually silent. 1,116 more words

Five Star Final

A Star is Born in Monument Valley: John Wayne in John Ford's STAGECOACH (United Artists 1939)

If you think the characters and Western tropes in STAGECOACH are familiar, you’re right. But let’s be clear… STAGECOACH introduced many of these now-clichéd devices to film, and is one of the enduring classics of the American West. 1,164 more words


Stagecoach May Be the Perfect Western

The Western genre of movies is probably one of my biggest blind-spots when it comes to cinema history. Probably only really beat by musicals. I never really had anyone show them to me at a young age, like the stereotype of dads or grandpa’s showing kids their favorite Westerns, and since when I was growing the up the genre wasn’t doing particularly well, it just never came up for me. 1,212 more words

Reel Talk


We set out early from Phoenix, heading due east for the Superstition Mountains. We hoped to find the Lost Dutchman’s Mine, see if we could discover the secrets behind the legend. 700 more words


Chris Stapleton On Saturday Night Live - Grab And Go Gossip

Chris Stapleton is everywhere! Get used to seeing him in 2016.

He’ll be at Stagecoach and Coachella and yesterday he announced he’ll be on Saturday Night Live. 59 more words