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    The Ringo Kid - - Off Topic Discussions

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    Hi Chance, sorry ive not been around much, work schedule has been changed, I'm working closing hours followed by opening hours. They are finally getting around to hopefully getting more normal with the next cycle. I will be posting your stuff on Histomil and wherever else I can hopefully by next week. It'll be at least 2 more weeks before my friend can let me have the two kittens. Lisa went on a week cruise to Cozumal (SP?) and then came back with a fever. The 2nd kitten isn't weaned yet so-hope…

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    That's some really good art. Sorry ive not been around due to work, and now I'm down with Flu. Its hit me hard and I'm fighting it. When I get over it more-hopefully by the weekend, ill be posting all your art on the histomil site and will ask the big ape-if he will allow me to post it on the smith and Wesson site. I'm also about to take custody of two kittens since my cat Shasta died due to vets neglect. Its been near 3 months now-and the home and heart has been very empty.

  • The Battle for the Alamo.

    The Ringo Kid - - Alamo Movies

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    Santa Anna posted 1 Company of men East of the Alamo on the road leading to the town of Gonzales. Almonte and 800 Dragoons were stationed along the road to Goliad (where Colonel Fannin and his men were Garrisoned) Throughout the siege, these towns had received multiple Couriers sent by Travis pleading for more troops and supplies.. One of these messages was addressed: "To the People of Texas & Americans in the World" Copies of this letter were distributed across Texas-then later the USA as well …

  • The Battle for the Alamo.

    The Ringo Kid - - Alamo Movies

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    I enhanced the below but didnt write the meat of it. I never knew who the author was but found the story several years aho. The day the battle began was on Feb 23rd, 1836. The Battle for the Mission San Antonio de Bexar (aka) the Alamo, began on this date in 1836. The little Mission was defended by approximately 182-to-185 Texans of American, European and Spanish blood. The battle started in earnest on Feb 23rd 1836-and lasted for thirteen days ending on March 6th 1836. I have a LOT more to add …

  • Disneys Davy Crockett.

    The Ringo Kid - - Alamo Movies

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    Just wanted to say I have two press photos for Disney's Davy Crockett TV series id like to share at some point.

  • The Alamo (2004)

    The Ringo Kid - - Alamo Movies

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    I thought this movie sucked to say it mildly and, de la Pena--a Mexican Colonel-was WRONG on Davy Crocketts death. His version was written down by no less than 6 different hands--while being told by that Colonel-when he was suffering from a severe bout of Malaria. Those papers are called the "de la Pena Papers." Ive written about them before and THINK ive posted that info here many years ago. Anyway-de la Pena DID NOT PERSONALLY witness Davy Crocketts death. Other Mexican soldiers have documente…

  • I remember watching this movie when it came out thinking it wasn't THAT badly done even though much of it was pinched from other movies. Id watch it again because of the star power-minus alec baldwin.

  • Davy Crockett

    The Ringo Kid - - Real Wild West Legends

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    I enhanced a piece a well-written piece about the Alamo some years ago and will see if I can find it when time permits and try to paste it here.

  • Quote from WaynamoJim: “Great to see you back on the board, Ringo. I wondered what happened to you. Glad to see you're doing great. Myself, I don't get in here as much as I used to, might have to increase my visits. Were you the one who collected German military memorabilia? Anyway, welcome back. Also, so very sorry to hear of the passing of Arthur Arnell and Ethan Edwards. Shows how much I've stayed away. Though the last few times I was here I noticed that Ethan Edwards was no longer moderator.…

  • Quote from Robbie: “What a wonderful blast from the past, great to see you again and I hope we'll see more of you going forward. ” Quote from Robbie: “What a wonderful blast from the past, great to see you again and I hope we'll see more of you going forward. ” Quote from Robbie: “What a wonderful blast from the past, great to see you again and I hope we'll see more of you going forward. ” Thanks, and ill. try visiting when ican.Imworking now and have a weird schedule.

  • Rest in Peace Harry, I liked you in no matter what I saw you in-even if I hated the movie-you gave justice to it.

  • Comic

    The Ringo Kid - - Off Topic Discussions

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    Chance, nothing I know how to try works but, I sent you an email if that works? with my email addy. Send them to me as just a regular photo as I have no clue how to get it as a file or a download0--and cane copy or paste those to the other site.

  • Comic

    The Ringo Kid - - Off Topic Discussions

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    Ill try so now.

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    The Ringo Kid - - Off Topic Discussions

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    Just post there and the interested will inquire. When I can get to where I can access the site? I can try to post a few of your images if possible and test the waters a bit?

  • Hell Is for Heroes (1962)

    The Ringo Kid - - World War II

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    About a year or so ago,I picked up about a dozen great movie and publicity stills for this excellent movie that especially feature Steve McQueen in combat and action.

  • Sink The Bismarck! (1960)

    The Ringo Kid - - World War II

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    Well hang my dog, thanks to photo bucket, my stills are gone!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Steve McQueen

    The Ringo Kid - - Screen Legends

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    But i still have no clue as how toeven get them on a tablet or a computer.I still have toput them on a photo cd-then see if someone will be nice enough to post them for me. photo bucket is the one that deleted all my photos because they got greedy and are trying to force people into paying to host thier photos.

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    Looks pretty doggone good to me and if interested in selling the stuff as prints, I know a site you can make the $$$$$ off of, and im a member there as well-same user name. Its the smith-wessonforum.com lotsa people there interested in this kind of stuff including the ringo kid himself.

  • Advance To the Rear.

    The Ringo Kid - - Satire/Comedy

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    Civil War Army service comedy.

  • Imitation General

    The Ringo Kid - - Satire/Comedy

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    Army Service comedy set in WWII. Ford is a Master Sergeant and Buttons is a Corporal who are driving and escorting a general at the front-who ends up getting killed. The soldiers morale is non-existent so Ford dons the generals rank and feigns being the general in order to pull these stragglers together into a fighting force-only his problem is-is an infantry sergeant who hates him--knows he isn't a general.

  • Don't Go Near the Water.

    The Ringo Kid - - Satire/Comedy

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    Navy service comedy set in WWII.

  • Watching season 5 of Daniel Boone.

  • Battleground (1949)

    The Ringo Kid - - World War II

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    Ive got a couple neat additions for this movie as well.

  • A Bridge Too Far (1977)

    The Ringo Kid - - World War II

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    Just recently picked up 8 great stills from this movie as well and several from Raid on Rommel.

  • The Desert Rats (1953)

    The Ringo Kid - - World War II

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    Just recently picked up five great stills from this movie.