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The Westerns

Welcome to a new segment on The Bogie Film Blog called Character Reference. In this section of the blog we’ll dissect the genres and character types that Bogart played over his career. 1,470 more words

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Lonely Are the Brave (1962) is a Metaphor - Kirk Douglas is 100

Unforgiven was Clint Eastwood’s swan song for Westerns, but Lonely Are the Brave is the real metaphor for the confrontation between old and new.  The movie insists that the cowboy has no place in the modern world, and Kirk Douglas puts on a good performance as he fights against civilization intruding on the Old West, or at least what’s left of it.  630 more words

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Happy 100th birthday to Kirk Douglas! A Moviepaws salute

Happy 100th birthday to actor and animal lover Kirk Douglas!

The “Spartacus” told PETA Prime in 2011 about his Labrador Retrievers Danny and Banshee,“If I come home and the dogs are not there, the house feels empty. 122 more words


Kirk Douglas at 100

Today is Kirk Douglas’ 100th birthday. One of the last survivor’s of Hollywood’s classic era, Douglas gave us a series of roles ranging from the cynical (Ace in the Hole) to the heroic (Paths of Glory).  92 more words


Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (1957) John Sturges

One of the earliest films depicting Wyatt Earp, Doc Holiday and the gunfight at the OK Corral was a 1932 work called Law and Order… 952 more words


They're all just horsing around...

One of the music videos YouTube recommended for me based on YouTube’s perception of my various interests. At first I thought it might be the start of a Carl’s Jr. 82 more words

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Western Reviews @ Pornokitsch

In case all of you terrible varmints have had your head under a rock, searching for bullion this past year, y’all know I’ve been reviewing Westerns over at Pornkitsch for some time now. 113 more words