The_Colonel

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    Need variety in movies

    My buddy, Joe, says he is tired of repeating the same movie over and over it seems. Even if its a favorite, one can grow tired of seeing it if constantly repeated. He was suggesting such films as "Beau Geste" (both 1939 and 1966 versions), "Ten Tall Men", "Distant Drums", "Bugles In The Afternoon", "Warpath", "Desert Legion", "The Long Ships", "Thunder of Drums", "Son of the Mornin g Star", "March or Die", "The Vikings". Just to name a few.
  2. I was wondering if anybody has info on this rare French film about the French Foreign Legion in Mexico in the 1860s. It's about a battle outside Puebla, Mexico between a handful of Legionnaires and a couple thousand Mexico troops. It is still celebrated in the FFL as Camarone Day. They make a big production over it, parade Capt. Danjou's wooden hand around, celebrating a battle they lost. A French film company made a movie about the battle back in the 60s or 70s. Not the documentary I keep running into neither. It's an actual full-length motion picture. A war film. I know alot of folks who would love a DVD of this movie.
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    I searched the Internet for Robert's Rare Videos and cannot find it. Is he still in business? If so, where does one get in touch with him? I saw this movie when it first came out and several times on T.V. before Frank pulled it and placed it in his vault because of copyright non-sense. I recently wrote Barbara and said it should be released on DVD now. Uncut and with all the goodies.

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