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Old Tucson Studios

When I first looked into visiting Old Tucson I assumed it was a historic site containing the original buildings of present-day Tucson, but I was wrong. 207 more words

Where We Are

Virginia City : Chasing after gold and love

This movie, based on a true story, is part of a successful series of seven collaborations between Michael Curtiz and Errol Flynn. Despite an overwhelming love story and some flaws in the cast, this western conveys a story of adventure and passion thanks to Miriam Hopkins and Errol Flynn’s performances. 747 more words


My Darling Clementine: a "darling" of a Western

The story of the four Earp brothers, who find themselves in conflict with the Clanton family when the latter steal their cattle, was adapted for the screen several times. 729 more words


Lonely Are the Brave: when Kirk Douglas wants to break free

Lonely Are the Brave is the story of a powerful and captivating struggle, embodied by Kirk Douglas, between freedom and the greatness of nature on the one hand, and modernity and law enforcement on the other hand. 673 more words



Hollywood heavyweights Brad Pitt, Tom Hanks, and Edward Norton are among the producers for an upcoming TV miniseries dramatizing the journey of American explorers Lewis and Clark. 211 more words



It’s been a very busy week for me, so my writing’s slacked off a bit and I want to try and catch up, so not much to say today. 117 more words


Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid: Stretching the limits of the West/ern

With a script by William Goldman, George Roy Hill directed the story of two famous bank robbers of the Old West, Robert Leroy Parker (Paul Newman) and Harry Longabaugh (Robert Redford), respectively known as Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, who spend most of their time running away from the law. 622 more words