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  • My favorite is "The Sons of Katie Elder"

  • I've spent the past two or three days watching Season 1 of "Cheers", one of my favorite TV shows.

  • Politics

    Stumpy - - Off Topic Discussions

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    Well, Kevin, things could be a lot worse - Hillary could have won. Lol

  • I'm 78 years old and for most of my life, have watched and thoroughly enjoyed Western films. Last night I watched a Western starring Clark Gable which, to my great surprise, was a pretty darned good movie. In addition to Gable, the main players were Jane Russell, Robert Ryan and Cameron Mitchell. Now most of us older movie fans know Clark Gable wasn't known for Western movies but I really liked this one. The title was "The Tall Men" (released in 1955 and in color). Clark is a trail boss leading …

  • Politics

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    I spent 23 years in the military. During my time in service, some of the very best buddies I had were black, Hispanic, Asian, you name it. I served a couple of tours in 'Nam and I can tell you that ALL races bleed red. But having said the above, I can also tell you that I'm enraged by black attacks against cops. IMO, the function of police is to protect citizens of all colors - in other words, their duties are very much like that of the military. So as a former soldier, I feel a kinship with all…

  • Politics

    Stumpy - - Off Topic Discussions

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    It's been my opinion for many years that the very worst thing that ever happened in the United States was the institution of slavery in the early 1860s. But my reason for thinking that is probably 180 degrees from other Americans. The MAIN reason I hold that opinion is that, as we all know, America now has a large black population. And blacks and whites just don't get along very well, as has been proven by recent events. And what's really bad is that things are probably gonna get much worse.

  • Friendly Persuasion (1956)

    Stumpy - - Gary Cooper

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    Friendly Persuasion was one of my all-time favorite movies. In fact, it WAS my all-time favorite Gary Cooper film.

  • Politics

    Stumpy - - Off Topic Discussions

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    Hooray for the vote. Great Britain is GREAT again.

  • Politics

    Stumpy - - Off Topic Discussions

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    Far as I'm concerned, here's what REALLY counts. I'll be damned - I used to know how everything works on this site but not anymore. Guess I'd better do some research before I make any more posts.

  • Politics

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    Yes, I was really sorry to read about that, Keith. IMO, the survival of so-called Western civilization is far more important than the survival of the EU.

  • Politics

    Stumpy - - Off Topic Discussions

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    Let me just say this, Kevin - it's good to STILL be around these parts. Lol I'm 78 years old now and not nearly as mentally and physically capable as I once was. Dammit!

  • Politics

    Stumpy - - Off Topic Discussions

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    I'll make an effort to participate more, Rob. My biggest problem anymore is old age. I'm not nearly as sharp as I was 5 or 6 years ago. And I don't stay on the 'net like I used to.

  • Politics

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    The new format has confused the heck out of me. Will take awhile to familiarize myself with it. Keith, Good to hear from you. Hope things are going great for you and my other buddies across the pond. Jim

  • Politics

    Stumpy - - Off Topic Discussions

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    Hi Rob, Good to know that most of my buddies on Duke's website are still around. Sorry it's been so long since I posted here but I don't spend 8-10 hours a day on the computer like I used to. Jim

  • Politics

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    Keith, Jim here. Been awhile. Thought I'd check this thread and see if any comments have been made about the upcoming UK vote to leave the EU. I don't know what your personal opinion is regarding this matter but I'd like to see England become English again. If those of us west of the Soviet Union and China wish to remain free, we'd better stop playing the political correctness game and start defending our countries from the idiots who want to do away with national borders.

  • I've been on a "Gunsmoke" kick lately. I still think Duke was right for convincing James Arness to take the Matt Dillon role.

  • Well, a day or so ago I again watched "River of No Return" with Mitchum and Monroe. I still like the movie, though I always thought Marilyn wasn't the world's best actress. She was beautiful, and sexy, but not a very good actress. Of course, old Robert Mitchum was a very good actor.

  • Just read where Nancy Reagan had passed away. She was probably my favorite First Lady, just as her husband was my favorite President.

  • Quote from Kevin: “Sad to admit this but it's been so long since I've watched a Western that I can't remember the last one I watched. Sent from my MOTO X using Forum Runner” Know what you mean, Kevin. For many months I haven't watched any movies at all. Been mostly reading because a friend recommended an author named Sandra Brown who writes fairly good mystery stories but she is obsessed with sex. Which I just don't understand because she is one fine-looking gal who wouldn't have a bit of proble…

  • Re: Flying Tigers (1942)

    Stumpy - - The 1940's

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    Well, yesterday I watched old Duke shootin' down the Japanese in "Flying Tigers". It had been so long since I'd watched it that I had completely forgotten the story line.

  • Quote from may2: “Natalie Cole Died The daughter of music icon Nat (King) Cole scored a huge 1991 hit with “Unforgettable” — a virtual duet with her late father. Natalie was just 15 when her father died in 1965, a decade before his daughter launched her own solo recording career. nydailynews.com/entertainment/…dead-65-article-1.2482580” I loved that duet she sang with her father.

  • I just ordered about eight or ten Randolph Scott Westerns that I don't currently have in my DVD library. Was surprised to discover that I didn't have all his Westerns since I already have probably eighteen or twenty of his films. Anyway, anxious to watch the new ones when Amazon gets them here about the 7th or 8th of January.

  • Back atcha, Kevin.

  • Re: Maureen O'Hara RIP

    Stumpy - - Archived Posts

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    Goodbye, wonderful, beautiful Irish lady

  • Re: Articles About John Wayne

    Stumpy - - Books

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    Interesting