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Lawman (1971)

Cowboy or a sheriff? Sheriff or a cowboy? Which is the more iconic figure of the western genre? It’s gotta be a split down the middle because both are so immediately recognized as the key character. 698 more words

The Ballad of Cable Hogue and From Noon Till Three double bill screenings, 29 & 30 March 2017

A double bill of highly regarded comedy Westerns from the 1970s plays at the New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles on 29 and 30 March 2017. 52 more words


Dorinda Clifton

Dorinda Clifton started her movie careeer in a big – playing a leading role, receiving loads of publicity and critical plaudits. However, even with this powerful platform, she failed to gather any real attention. 1,422 more words


Bullet for a Badman

Predictability tends to be the scourge of good storytelling. You know the feeling, when you can tell right from the beginning exactly where a writer is heading, how the story is going to develop and what the characters will do. 1,164 more words


Roger Ebert Film School, Lesson 25: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969)

Roger Ebert Film School is a recurring feature in which Brandon attempts to watch & review all 200+ movies referenced in the print & film versions of Roger Ebert’s (auto)biography… 876 more words

Brandon Ledet

Hills Like Mountains

In the wintertime, when its not raining, I climb hills. I choose the cold weather because the rattlesnakes are hibernating.  To the northwest of where I live, there’s a lake surrounded by buttes and hills. 541 more words

Spaghetti Western legend Tomas Milian has passed away

The legendary Italian Western and Euro-cult film star Tomas Milian has passed away. Milian was born in Cuba but he moved to America to pursue his dream of becoming an actor. 247 more words