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  2. Question....What makes a French submarine differ from ours? Answer...It sneaks up on you quit rudely.
  3. Good way to allow more garbage refugee scum into the nation - mainly low waged Chinese people
  4. Biden approval drops to lowest of presidency Public approval of U.S. President Joe Biden has dropped to the lowest level of his presidency, with Americans appearing to be increasingly critical of his response to the coronavirus pandemic, according to the latest Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll. The national poll, conducted Sept. 15-16, found that 44% of U.S. adults approved of Biden’s performance in office, while 50% disapproved and the rest were not sure. Biden’s popularity has been declining since mid-August as the U.S.-backed Afghan government collapsed and as COVID-19-related death
  5. here is a link to the humorous- and astoundingly thorough- blog on every episode of DARK SHADOWS (the name of the blog is DARK SHADOWS EVERY DAY). In this particular installment, the writer is reviewing episode 698, which deals with SABRINA and her brother played by ROGER DAVIS. It's funny, because it's one of the first episodes of the series that i saw, and looking back, the writer nails a lot of the problems with the storyline, not the least of which is that is was abandoned entirely for 1897. the writer wrings some humor out of the icky fact that ROGER DAVIS will not keep his han
  6. Maybe the year one of his businesses or key projects began. There really aren't many people who devote themselves to silent film with Marion Davies as the central point of focus...so that leads me to think it's the same person. And I felt the original post in the thread, while informative, was a bit deceptive because if it is Lorusso, then he is writing about himself in the third person to promote his latest efforts without being transparent.
  7. Australia had 'deep and grave' concerns about French submarines' capabilities Australia was concerned the conventional submarines it ordered from France would not meet its strategic needs before it canceled the multibillion defense deal in favor of an agreement with the United States and the United Kingdom earlier this week, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Sunday. Seeking to explain the sudden U-turn that caused huge anger in Paris, Morrison said that while he understood France's disappointment over the issue, "Australia's national interest comes first." "It must come first and d
  8. Why not create one big birthdays-related thread. And cover all the Cathys, Heathcliffs, TomsDicksandHarrys together. Just a thought!
  9. Ah yes, just as his predecesors in TX used to claim the right to refuse service to Blacks and Hispanics. Fortunately I have not experienced this even in the reddest parts of ultra-red South Carolina.
  10. REPUBLIC LADY FROM LOUISIANA (1941) IN OLD CALIFORNIA (1942) IN OLD OKLAHOMA (1943) BIG BONANZA, THE (1944) DAKOTA (1945) PLAINSMAN AND THE LADY (1946) PLUNDERERS, THE (1946) WYOMING (1947) FABULOUS TEXAN, THE (1947) ANGEL AND THE BADMAN (1947) GALLANT LEGION, THE (1948) OLD LOS ANGELES (1948) HELLFIRE (1949) BRIMSTONE (1949) LAST BANDIT, THE (1949) FIGHTING KENTUCKIAN, THE (1949) SURRENDER (1950) CALIFORNIA PASSAGE (1950) SAVAGE HORDE, THE (1950) SHOWDOWN, THE (1950) ROCK ISLAND TRAIL (195
  11. EAGLE-LION MAN FROM TEXAS, THE (1948) SUNDOWNERS, THE (1950) HIGH LONESOME (1950) MY OUTLAW BROTHER (1951) ROGUE RIVER (1951) CATTLE QUEEN (1951) SCREEN GUILD/LIPPERT ROLLING HOME (1946) BELLS OF SAN FERNANDO (1947) LAST OF THE WILD HORSES (1948) OUTLAW COUNTRY (1949) I SHOT JESSE JAMES (1949) BARON OF ARIZONA, THE (1950) RETURN OF JESSE JAMES, THE (1950) BANDIT QUEEN, THE (1950) THREE DESPERATE MEN (1951) LITTLE BIG HORN (1951) STRONGHOLD (1952) OUTLAW WOMEN (1952) HELLGATE (1952) TALL TEX
  12. While I totally disagree with what the governor of MS and other Red states are doing (or actually not doing), I watched the interview part of this post. The MS governor did NOT crumble and he responded to Jake Tapper's questions in his own manner. It was obvious that the governor has no plan to do anything differently. The worst death rate in the nation is a moving target. Last week TN and SC were battling for worst.
  13. 20TH CENTURY FOX JESSE JAMES (1939) FRONTIER MARSHAL (1939) SUSANNAH OF THE MOUNTIES (1939) RETURN OF THE CISCO KID, THE (1939) RETURN OF FRANK JAMES (1940) WESTERN UNION (1941) BELLE STARR (1941) OX-BOW INCIDENT, THE (1943) BUFFALO BILL (1944) MY DARLING CLEMENTINE (1946) FURY AT FURNACE CREEK (1948) YELLOW SKY (1948) BELLE STARR’S DAUGHTER (1948) CANADIAN PACIFIC (1949) FIGHTING MAN OF THE PLAINS (1949) DAKOTA LIL (1950) TICKET TO TOMAHAWK, A (1950) GUNFIGHTER, THE (1950) CARIBOO TRAIL, THE (1950)
  14. UNIVERSAL SUTTER’S GOLD (1936) DESTRY RIDES AGAIN (1939) MY LITTLE CHICKADEE (1940) WHEN THE DALTONS RODE (1940) TRAIL OF THE VIGILANTES (1940) LADY FROM CHEYENNE, THE (1941) BADLANDS OF DAKOTA (1941) MEN OF TEXAS (1942) SPOILERS, THE (1942) FRONTIER BADMEN (1943) FRISCO SAL (1945) DALTONS RIDE AGAIN, THE (1945) FRONTIER GAL (1945) CANYON PASSAGE (1946) BLACK BART (1948) RIVER LADY (1948) RED CANYON (1949) CALAMITY JANE AND SAM BASS (1949) GAL WHO TOOK THE WEST, THE (1949) KID FROM TEXAS, THE (1
  15. PARAMOUNT TRAIL OF THE LONESOME PINE, THE (1936) TEXAS RANGERS, THE (1936) PLAINSMAN, THE (1936) WELLS FARGO (1937) TEXANS, THE (1938) RIDE A CROOKED MILE (1938) UNION PACIFIC (1939) LLANO KID, THE (1939) KNIGHTS OF THE RANGE (1940) RANGERS OF FORTUNE (1940) CHEROKEE STRIP (1940) TEXAS RANGERS RIDE AGAIN (1940) ROUND UP, THE (1941) PARSON OF PANAMINT, THE (1941) GREAT MAN’S LADY, THE (1942) TOMBSTONE THE TOWN TOO TOUGH TO DIE (1942) VIRGINIAN, THE (1946) CALIFORNIA (1947) ALBUQUERQUE (1948) WHIS
  16. ALLIED ARTISTS PANHANDLE (1948) DUDE GOES WEST, THE (1948) BAD MEN OF TOMBSTONE (1949) STAMPEDE (1949) MASSACRE RIVER (1949) SHORT GRASS (1950) WAGONS WEST (1952) MAVERICK, THE (1952) KANSAS PACIFIC (1953) FORT VENGEANCE (1953) COW COUNTRY (1953) SON OF BELLE STARR (1953) FIGHTING LAWMAN (1953) JACK SLADE (1953) VIGILANTE TERROR (1953) BITTER CREEK (1954) ARROW IN THE DUST (1954) FORTY-NINERS, THE (1954) DESPERADO, THE (1954) TREASURE OF RUBY HILLS (1955) SEVEN ANGRY MEN (1955) SHOTGUN
  17. UNITED ARTISTS STAGECOACH (1939) KIT CARSON (1940) WESTERNER, THE (1940) SILVER QUEEN (1942) OUTLAW, THE (1943) BUCKSKIN FRONTIER (1943) KANSAN, THE (1943) WOMAN OF THE TOWN, THE (1943) ABILENE TOWN (1946) RAMROD (1947) FOUR FACES WEST(1948) RED RIVER (1948) DAVY CROCKETT INDIAN SCOUT (1950) IROQUOIS TRAIL, THE (1950) KANGAROO KID, THE (1950) NEW MEXICO (1951) FORT DEFIANCE (1951) HIGH NOON (1952) MARSHAL’S DAUGHTER, THE (1953) GUN BELT (1953) WAR PAINT (1953) OVERLAND PACIFIC (1954)
  18. WB GOLD IS WHERE YOU FIND IT (1938) DODGE CITY (1939) OKLAHOMA KID, THE (1939) VIRGINIA CITY (1940) SANTA FE TRAIL (1940) BAD MEN OF MISSOURI (1941) THEY DIED WITH THEIR BOOTS ON (1941) WILD BILL HICKOK RIDES (1942) SAN ANTONIO (1945) PURSUED (1947) CHEYENNE (1947) SILVER RIVER (1948) SOUTH OF ST. LOUIS (1949) YOUNGER BROTHERS, THE (1949) COLORADO TERRITORY (1949) MONTANA (1950) BARRICADE (1950) COLT. 45 (1950) RETURN OF THE FRONTIERSMAN (1950) ROCKY MOUNTAIN (1950) DALLAS (1950) SUGAR
  19. COLUMBIA ARIZONA (1940) TEXAS (1941) GO WEST YOUNG LADY (1941) DESPERADOES, THE (1943) ROCKIN’ IN THE ROCKIES (1945) RENEGADES (1946) GUNFIGHTERS (1947) LAST OF THE REDMEN (1947) LAST ROUND-UP, THE (1947) RELENTLESS (1948) ADVENTURE IN SILVERADO (1948) STRAWBERRY ROAN, THE (1948) CORONER CREEK (1948) THUNDERHOOF (1948) LOADED PISTOLS (1948) UNTAMED BREED, THE (1948) MAN FROM COLORADO, THE (1948) BIG SOMBRERO, THE (1949) WALKING HILLS, THE (1949) DOOLINS OF OKLAHOMA, THE (1949) LUST FOR GOLD
  20. MGM 20 MULE TEAM (1940) WYOMING (1940) BAD MAN, THE (1941) BILLY THE KID (1941) HONKYTONK (1941) JACKASS MAIL (1942) BARBARY COAST GENT (1944) GENTLE ANNIE (1944) HARVEY GIRLS, THE (1946) BAD BASCOMB (1946) YEARLING, THE (1946) SEA OF GRASS, THE (1947) ROMANCE OF ROSY RIDGE, THE (1947) 3 GODFATHERS (1948) BIG JACK (1949) AMBUSH (1950) STARS IN MY CROWN (1950) OUTRIDERS, THE (1950) DEVIL’S DOORWAY (1950) VENGEANCE VALLEY (1951) PAINTED HILLS, THE (1951) ACROSS THE WIDE MISSOURI (1951)
  21. RKO VALLEY OF THE SUN (1942) TALL IN THE SADDLE (1944) BELLE OF THE YUKON (1944) ALONG CAME JONES (1945) BADMAN’S TERRITORY (1946) TRAIL STREET (1947) RETURN OF THE BAD MEN (1948) RACHEL AND THE STRANGER (1948) STATION WEST (1948) BLOOD ON THE MOON (1948) ROUGHSHOD (1949) SHE WORE A YELLOW RIBBON (1949) ROSEANNA MCCOY (1949) WAGON MASTER (1950) BEST OF THE BADMEN (1951) SLAUGHTER TRAIL (1951) RANCHO NOTORIOUS (1952) HALF-BREED, THE (1952) LUSTY MEN, THE (1952) MONTANA BELLE (1952) DEVIL’S C
  22. I have identified 654 feature films that I consider pure westerns with a running length of at least 70 minutes, produced by Hollywood studios from 1936 to 1959. I chose 70 minutes so that I could eliminate the many B-westerns which I feel are a separate discussion. Of course, budgets and quality vary widely by studio. I chose 1936 as my starting point to refute the idea that STAGECOACH (1939) was the first "A" western, because it certainly was not. I did not want to include silent westerns or talkie and precode westerns since I feel those deserve a separate discussion. I chose
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