Last Non Western You Watched

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  • I stayed up late last night because TCM decided to play: SAHARA w/ Bogie, Kurt Krueger, Louis Mercer, lloyd Bridges, Dan Duryea, Bruce Bennett and J. Carroll Naish.





    Just after capturing the German Fighter Pilot--the Hauptmann (Kurt Krueger)

    Sgt Gunn and Sgt. Tambul:

    Classic Bogie with a "Heater"

    The "Mechanik" "It would take an Artist to insult Hitler, I am but a Mechanik"

    Frenchie (Louis Mercer) w/ hand on Turret Gun.

    Bruce Bennett w/ a "Heater"


    Great image of the Sarge:



    Lobby card: and ive seen the German DAK Private before but in 1949s: Battleground.

    Parlay between the DAK Major and Sgt. Gunn:

    Supposedly the movie "Lulu Belle"



    Almost a Robert Taylor end of: Bataan--look:






































    Es Ist Verboten Mit Gefangenen In Einzelhaft Zu Sprechen..

  • Rise Of The Guardians, The Lady Vanishes with Margaret Lockwood and Michael Redgrave plus The Man From Nowhere.


    Never apologize, mister, it’s a sign of weakness.
    John Wayne

  • Fancied a bit of Billy Connolly humour last night with a dvd called "You Asked For It" which was snippets from his earlier shows had me in stitches.




    You're short on ears and long on mouth.
    John Wayne

  • "OZ, The Great And Powerful" (2013)


    Plot:
    When shady circus magician Oscar Diggs (James Franco) is hurled away from Kansas into the wonderful Land of Oz, he thinks that fame and fortune are his for the taking. However, three witches -- Theodora (Mila Kunis), Evanora (Rachel Weisz) and Glinda (Michelle Williams) -- remain unconvinced that Oscar is the great wizard that the inhabitants of Oz need and expect. Reluctantly drawn into Oz's epic problems, Oscar must find out who's good and who's evil before it's too late.


    Phantom's Review: Highly entertaining fantasy film. Good performances from the cast, excellent direction by Sam Rami and amazing special FX.
    The nice thing is, you can believe these characters will actually grow into the iconic characters from the 1939 film.
    A fun movie for everyone.

    They'd never forget the day,the stranger rode into town

  • Northwest Passage with Spencer Tracy, Robert Young and Walter Brennan, a very good picture that had the feel of a John Ford picture about it at times, along the lines of She Wore a Yellow Ribbon or Fort Apache. Tracy was excellent here with the best moments being rousing speeches he gave to his men when they looked like they were beat. Brennan too was enjoyable as always.

  • Northwest Passage with Spencer Tracy, Robert Young and Walter Brennan, a very good picture that had the feel of a John Ford picture about it at times, along the lines of She Wore a Yellow Ribbon or Fort Apache. Tracy was excellent here with the best moments being rousing speeches he gave to his men when they looked like they were beat. Brennan too was enjoyable as always.



    By far my favorite Tracy & Brennan movie.

    Es Ist Verboten Mit Gefangenen In Einzelhaft Zu Sprechen..