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    I highly suspect the Cartwright sons are a trio of homos. Also , that sht for brains son of the "Rifleman" isn't right in the head. If he says "pa" one more time I would find it very easy to toss a bottle thru the tv set. I can't stand that little retard .
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    Ever notice on Westerns nobody ever uses the restroom. Even the snotnoses don't ever have a diaper change. Disgusting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cotton1 View Post
    1. Ever notice the rivers they cross are rarely over 1 foot deep?

    2. Ever notice they make a fire with a few sticks and not only do they cook over it but it burns all night long ?

    3. Ever notice how even when its very hot outside they always wear layers of clothing , coats etc?

    4. Ever notice how they always die in mid sentence after only a few seconds?
    1. West of the Mississippi.

    2. No. I donít watch fires in movies. They never have a single cam focused on one. That would b Christmas.

    3. Where else would they put them, and they already smell worse than their horses.

    4. Example, please.

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    The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

    Rio Bravo

    every Sergio Leone

    The Searchers

    every Clint Eastwood directed, especially Unforgiven

    Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

    The Assasination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

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    The last film Randolph Scott made before retiring, and the last (except for cameos and small parts) for Joel McCrea, as well. A classic.
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    I spoke with Robert Knott a couple of nights ago - he's appeared in many films over the years, but he's mainly a writer-producer these days - and we talked about a film he wrote and co-produced with his friend Ed Harris, called Appaloosa. Largely on the basis of his having written that screenplay, Knott was chosen by the Robert B. Parker estate to continue the Hitch and Cole series of novels that Parker started. Great stuff. Anyway, he said that Ed Harris would love to do more Hitch and Cole films, but Viggo Mortensen is probably not going to be interested.

    Knott is pessimistic about the return of the western as an important movie genre, and he may be right. The few "big" westerns I've seen in recent years seem, more than anything, like excuses for a lot of guns going off and heads exploding in a spray of blood. I'm hoping that writer-director Taylor Sheridan (Sicarrio, Hell or High Water, Wind River, 'Yellowstone') does something in the Western vein on the big screen sometime soon. I think, from watching Hell or High Water - which is sort of a Western - and the series 'Yellowstone' with Kevin Costner on the Paramount network, that Sheridan has a real feel for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Standing Wolf View Post
    I spoke with Robert Knott a couple of nights ago - he's appeared in many films over the years, but he's mainly a writer-producer these days - and we talked about a film he wrote and co-produced with his friend Ed Harris, called Appaloosa. Largely on the basis of his having written that screenplay, Knott was chosen by the Robert B. Parker estate to continue the Hitch and Cole series of novels that Parker started. Great stuff. Anyway, he said that Ed Harris would love to do more Hitch and Cole films, but Viggo Mortensen is probably not going to be interested.

    Knott is pessimistic about the return of the western as an important movie genre, and he may be right. The few "big" westerns I've seen in recent years seem, more than anything, like excuses for a lot of guns going off and heads exploding in a spray of blood. I'm hoping that writer-director Taylor Sheridan (Sicarrio, Hell or High Water, Wind River, 'Yellowstone') does something in the Western vein on the big screen sometime soon. I think, from watching Hell or High Water - which is sort of a Western - and the series 'Yellowstone' with Kevin Costner on the Paramount network, that Sheridan has a real feel for it.
    I own Appaloosa, a very fine flick!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jigglepete View Post
    I own Appaloosa, a very fine flick!
    I just discovered it last year. Ed Harris seems to have a real affinity for Western movies - he's made a few more that I want to see. The man is one of the most talented actors working today; he plays really good guys and really bad guys with absolute conviction and authority. I didn't watch it when it was on, but I may even go back and watch 'Westworld' (the t.v. series) because I've heard that he was excellent in that.
    Arizona...the only state in the country where rain is considered a state of emergency.

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