Last Non Western You Watched

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  • Too Late the Hero w/ Cliff Robertson, Harry Andrews, Henry Fonda, Michael Caine, Percy Herbert, Denhold Elliott and Ken Takakura. I never tire of this movie.



    Der Sanitator:

    A Nambu MG Gunner:

    A Japanese version of Carlos Hathcock:

    Lieutenant Cliff:

    Harry Andrews and Denholm Elliott-two favorites of mine:

    Doc Caine:

    Members of the "Spikes Gang".


    Es Ist Verboten Mit Gefangenen In Einzelhaft Zu Sprechen..

  • the old one


    1933 version is one a favourite films of all time!



    The Dark Knight Rises.
    Finally managed to get to the cinema to see it!
    Very good indeed. Probably the least superhero, superhero film I've ever seen.
    Batman appears for less than 30% of the running time but it doesn't matter one bit! More like Michael Mann's Heat than a Batman film.

    "Pour yourself some backbone and shut up!"

  • Hey Keith, which one?


    Very funny, Peter, seems like I have been here long enough not to have to put KPKEITH on my posts, LOL. My avatar will never be Ethan's I can assure you....I wouldn't DARE! Besides, I use my own pictures. ME HAWKSWILL

    God, she reminds me of me! DUKE

  • Pork Chop Hill w/ Gregory Peck as DSC Recipient 1st Lieutenant Joe Clemens of the 7th I.D.


    Guardino and Peck Clemens)

    A pair of Lieutenants:

    Great shot of a .30 Cal MG team:

    Great shot of the Lt and his S.Sgt Radioman:

    Shot with the actor/murderer who got away with killing his wife:

    The B.A.R. Gunner:

    Better shot of the scene with the Audie Murphy quote:

    The "Korean Hilton Hotel" (The command bunker) under Chinese flamthrower attack:

    The Lieutenants "Brothers-in-Law"

    An excellent shot of a favorite of mine: Woody Strode:

    Another great shot:

    Harry Dean Stanton (center of photo)

    An: "Over-the-top" (of WWI fame) shot:

    "HEY!! get off thar"


    "Well Walt, do you have any suggestions of where he can go?"


    Es Ist Verboten Mit Gefangenen In Einzelhaft Zu Sprechen..

    Edited once, last by The Ringo Kid ().

  • Time Limit w/Richard Widmark, Richard Basehart, Delores Michaels, Carl Benton-Reid, Rip Torn, June Lockhart & Martin Balsam.


    Excellent post Korean War drama.


    Movie poster:

    In a North Korean PW Camp:

    Richard Basehart as Maj. Harry Cargill:

    Richards: Widmark & Basehart:

    Sarge: Balsam:

    Rip Torn:


    Interviewing Cargill's Wife: (June Lockhart)


    Joe DiRida? as an American PW:


    Es Ist Verboten Mit Gefangenen In Einzelhaft Zu Sprechen..

  • A big screen showing of The Thing, John Carpenter's 1982 film. Introduced by John Carpenter himself. Didn't like the film the first time I saw it on it's original release-Carpenter noted it was widely hated at that time-but I (and MANY others) have really come to enjoy it as much as the 1951 version. Beautiful on the big screen.

    Edited once, last by alamo221 ().

  • A big screen showing of The Thing, John Carpenter's 1982 film. Introduced by John Carpenter himself. Didn't like the film the first time I saw it on it's original release-Carpenter noted it was widely hated-but I've really come to enjoy it as much as the 1951 version. Beautiful on the big screen.


    Very envious! John carpenter is a great, maverick director.
    Halloween, along with Psycho is still the best 'slasher' movie ever made in my opinion.

    "Pour yourself some backbone and shut up!"