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  • She Wore A Yellow Ribbon (1949)

    Rooster52 - - The 1940's

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    The week of Thanksgiving is when I traditionally start putting in my John Wayne movies for heavy viewing. The day of Thanksgiving, "Yellow Ribbon" is a staple movie playing in our home.

  • When we start losing the young stars of the 70's that is a "stop in your tracks" moment. Yes. We are getting old.

  • Quote from pawpaw: “Humm. Wonder Woman ? I read one review , it was panned. May be worth a look. ” No. This is called Wonder. Came in second this past weekend. I bet it gets best picture.

  • My wife and I saw Wonder this past weekend. Absolutely terrific film. I recommend this to everyone. So many life lessons in that film. I was completely surprised how the film seem to follow one track but then evolve into another. You think you're getting life through the eyes on one person, when in fact you get it through the eyes of many more. Brilliant movie.

  • El Dorado (1967)

    Rooster52 - - The 1960's

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    Definitely a holiday favorite I will be playing Thursday.

  • The Shootist (1976)

    Rooster52 - - The 1970's

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    Quote from Robbie: “Quote from Rooster52: “Quote from Robbie: “Quote from Rooster52: “Quote from Robbie: “Quote from Rooster52: “You know I ALWAYS thought John Wayne was sick during the shooting of this film. Of course we do have to add he did an uncredited voice over in Star Wars. A fun fact for sure. So why did he not make anymore films after the Shootist? I would be curious to know, because he seem to stay on a pretty consistent shooting schedule there for some time. Was he purposely retiring…

  • The Shootist (1976)

    Rooster52 - - The 1970's

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    Quote from Robbie: “Quote from Rooster52: “Quote from Robbie: “Quote from Rooster52: “Quote from Robbie: “Quote from Rooster52: “You know I ALWAYS thought John Wayne was sick during the shooting of this film. Of course we do have to add he did an uncredited voice over in Star Wars. A fun fact for sure. So why did he not make anymore films after the Shootist? I would be curious to know, because he seem to stay on a pretty consistent shooting schedule there for some time. Was he purposely retiring…

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  • The Shootist (1976)

    Rooster52 - - The 1970's

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    Quote from Robbie: “Quote from Rooster52: “Quote from Robbie: “Quote from Rooster52: “You know I ALWAYS thought John Wayne was sick during the shooting of this film. Of course we do have to add he did an uncredited voice over in Star Wars. A fun fact for sure. So why did he not make anymore films after the Shootist? I would be curious to know, because he seem to stay on a pretty consistent shooting schedule there for some time. Was he purposely retiring from the craft? ” A voiceover in "Star War…

  • Wow. We are losing so many great people.

  • The Shootist (1976)

    Rooster52 - - The 1970's

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    Quote from Robbie: “Quote from Rooster52: “You know I ALWAYS thought John Wayne was sick during the shooting of this film. Of course we do have to add he did an uncredited voice over in Star Wars. A fun fact for sure. So why did he not make anymore films after the Shootist? I would be curious to know, because he seem to stay on a pretty consistent shooting schedule there for some time. Was he purposely retiring from the craft? ” A voiceover in "Star Wars", really? ” Yep. Imperial spy Garindan.

  • Quote from may2: “Richard Anderson Dies: Oscar Goldman From ‘Six Million Dollar Man’ Was 91 Richard Anderson Dies: TV’s Oscar Goldman Was 91 | Deadline ” Rest in peace old pal. Very sad.

  • That was a great reflection on John Wayne. That about describes me accurately with regards to the affect a John Wayne movie has on me. When I want to relax and get comfortable, John Wayne is the tonic I seek. In fact, I'm sitting here this morning typing this with a cup of coffee and a copy of El Doroda playing. I have a long busy day in front of me and I wanted to start it with a boost of energy. I think part of my love of John Wayne is I can always count on who it is I see, both in movies and …

  • Rooster Cogburn (1975)

    Rooster52 - - The 1970's

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    Watched this again last night. I honestly don't know why it's not loved more. John Wayne certainly has some great lines in it and the cast overall is pretty iconic and do a good job. Plus I love the soundtrack.

  • Quote from may2: “Silence Throughly depressing Scorsese film. ” Scorsese excels at depressing.

  • Welcome, New Members!

    Rooster52 - - Newbie Forum

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    Welcome to the family!

  • A film I ABSOLUTELY recommend everyone watch is " The Founder" with Michael Keaton. It's the story of Ray Kroc and the expansion of McDonalds. Absolutely fascinating. I was riveted from start to finish. Tons of revelations in this that I never knew about. For those who have Netflix, it's on there right now. Or you can pick it up at your local rental outlet.

  • Thank you! He did good. Here's a review of that first game and Daniel stood out. He has a shot!! &usg=AFQjCNGFN3ydDhGdFintUouttRz2uCdL7g

  • Yeah. Just heard about that and thought of True Grit while allot of my friends were just thinking about his music. Understandable but still...

  • Quote from Kevin: “JAWS This one never gets old. ” You know there is absolutely no way they should ever make a remake of that movie. It's absolutely perfect. I saw the Shallows and I really liked the shark in that, but Jaws is timeless. It needs to be left as is.

  • Quote from Kevin: “Hopefully my Falcons can but the past behind them this years! ” Even though I am a Patriots fan, I am a football fan first and having been a player through to my high school years, I am not without tremendous sympathy to you as a fan for how the Falcons loss. That was incredibly hard. But I will be honest. That is a difficult thing to psychologically overcome. If they can do that, I think they deserve to win the next Superbowl. We'll see how that plays out. On a personal note …

  • And the hits keep coming.

  • "Being Evel". An amazing documentary on Evel Knievel. No punches pulled. Anyone who loves this classic daredevil should watch this.

  • Cowboys and Patriots fan here. I guess that kinda makes me a outlaw, huh? Suffice to say the Pats have had to carry the load that the Cowboys can not seem to manage themselves. Looks like we'll have a down year coming up since Jones incredibly got rid of our entire secondary. Pats have simply reloaded. I wouldn't put it past the possibility they will go undefeated this season. They really built up their defense and have even MORE weapons to their offense. Incredible.

  • In a bad mood.....

    Rooster52 - - Off Topic Discussions

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    You know it's a sad day when society turns it's back on conservative points of view and entrenches itself in socialism designed to gather everyone into a herd so they all think the same way. Might be closer to Communism.