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Three Westerns for TCM


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I don't believe I've ever seen these three Westerns on TCM, and I'd love to see them

 

1) *Coroner Creek* with Randolph Scott and Marguerite Chapman. 1948. Scott's best Western, outside those with Budd Boetticher and Burt Kennedy.

 

2) *Fort Dobbs* with Clint Walker and Virginia Mayo. 1958 ... written by Burt Kennedy.

 

3) *Curse of the Undead* A very different Western, to say the least. 1959. Eric Fleming, from TV's Rawhide, is a preacher. Michael Pate, a familiar face in Westerns, is a vampire. They meet in a town in the Old West. One of the weirdest moves -- let alone Westerns -- I've ever seen.

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CURSE OF THE UNDEAD is a dandy little film, although I always think of it as a horror film rather than a western, but it is both. Being it's a Universal film and TCM seems to have struck a new deal with them I bet there's a good chance it will turn up someday. I haven't seen it in years and would sure like to.

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