This is the grave of William S. Hart. Born in 1864 in Newburgh, New York, Hart started working in acting in New York City in the late 1880s. The first.
We had an offer to donate to LGM in last night's film club if I did more posts from 1956. Well....I can sure do that. Might as well do a.
For my fourth post-birthday favorite film viewing, I chose a film that was highly unlikely the first three. Those are all Big War Movies. Intense. So I chose something with.
Sterling Hayden in a western as a Swedish immigrant who uses a whaling harpoon instead of a gun? And with the worst Swedish accent in human history (he sounds like.
Went back to the Budd Boetticher/Randolph Scott trough last night to check out 1959's Ride Lonesome. May watch another of their collaborations tonight. What better way to spend an evening?.
Budd Boetticher was not really a great director in the sense of being a visionary. But he was a very solid studio director who could churn out solid film after.
Since we published the westerns podcast earlier today, let's close out the day with one of the films I discussed in it. This is the astounding 1916 western Hell's Hinges.
Last night, I watched the 1953 western The Naked Spur, with Jimmy Stewart, Janet Leigh, and Robert Ryan. Directed by the great Anthony Mann, it's a fun but flawed fairly.