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Wild West Ghost Towns

At the end of the Old West era many boom towns were abandoned. Citizens packed their bags and left without looking back. Many of these are now referred to as ghost towns, because of their empty, haunting vibe. 445 more words

The Fine Line

Unprecedented Fluidity: Beatriz Michelena in Salomy Jane (1914)

***This post is part of the Hollywood’s Hispanic Heritage Blogathon, hosted by Aurora of the Once Upon a Screen blog. ***

***Some spoilers***

“The variations on the role of the Western heroine found in Michelena’s characters are unusual for their time, allowing for an unprecedented fluidity in both ethnic and gender identity.” (Lyons, par.

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Old Ranger, The

The early episodes of the western anthology DEATH VALLEY DAYS/1952-75 (begun on radio in 1930) were introduced by a slender, weather-worn senior citizen known as the “Old Ranger” (Stanley Andrews). 74 more words

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The Last Sheriff Web Comic Issue 2 Pg 21

The Last Sheriff is a story about law and disorder in a futuristic wild west. A new page has just been released for the ongoing web comic, you can find it  16 more words

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Brimstone review: "A brutal, character-driven revenge story"

When thinking of the Western genre, the likes of John Wayne and Clint Eastwood instantly come to mind, with films such as The Searchers, Rio Bravo, … 855 more words

Film Reviews

Deleted Scenes

Sometimes, to make a story work, you have to cut something you like. In movies, those things ended on the cutting room floor, and nobody ever saw them. 659 more words

Writing

The Last Sheriff Web Comic Issue 2 Pg 20

The Last Sheriff is a story about law and disorder in a futuristic wild west. A new page has just been released for the ongoing web comic, you can find it  16 more words

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