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When Theodore Roosevelt was a young man, he blew a path through the untamed landscape of the arid Dakota Badlands: hunting, riding, bulldogging, and building up his health.  406 more words

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Memory Lane, 'Sky King'

Remember this? Sky King–the only TV Western hero who flew his own airplane, which he called, affectionately, Songbird.

Sky King started as a radio show in 1946 and ran on television from 1951 through 1962–quite long-lived for a TV series. 87 more words

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Mr. Horn screening, 8 December 2017

Jack Starrett’s Tom Horn biopic Mr. Horn (USA, 1979) with David Carradine, Richard Widmark and Karen Black plays at the New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles on 8 December 2017 as part of their David Carradine birthday celebration event. 30 more words

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Black Saddle is screening on UK TV

Black Saddle (USA, 1959-1960), the Western TV series that starred Peter Breck, Russell Johnson and Anna-Lisa, is being screened on weekday mornings by the UK satellite television channel Talking Pictures TV. 34 more words

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The Big Valley is screening on UK TV

The Big Valley (USA, 1965-1969), the Western TV series that starred Barbara Stanwyck, Lee Majors, Richard Long, Peter Breck and Linda Evans, is being screened on weekday afternoons by the UK satellite television channel Talking Pictures TV. 133 more words

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Stagecoach West is screening on UK TV

Stagecoach West (USA, 1960-1961), the Western TV series that starred Wayne Rogers, Robert Bray, Richard Eyer and James Burke, is being screened on weekday mornings by the UK satellite television channel Talking Pictures TV. 37 more words

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The Grateful Dead, Raul Malo, Marty Robbins & Me with El Paso - Ultimate Western Ballad

The Way Out West Series No 2

Loyal readers of The Jukebox will recall my previous post in the, ‘Way Out West’ series which was themed around an unlikely friendship formed through a mutual love of, ‘Ghost Riders In The Sky’ (go straight there as soon as you finish this if you haven’t read it already!). 1,101 more words

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