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July brings B-Westerns to the TCM Schedule


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Well Dale, that's mighty welcome news. So pull up your saddle in front of the campfire, grab a plate of beans, turn on the big screen TV, open a nice bottle of Beaujolais or Chenin blanc { Hey, there's roughing it and then there's roughing it } or a cold brew and a shot of redeye and enjoy those hero's of yesteryear...

Happy Trails ....

Roy

 

Edited by: fredbaetz on Apr 16, 2011 2:49 AM

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My dad talks about being a kid going to the movies for 9 cents and sitting all day watching these westerns. A chance to see names I've heard about it is great thing.

 

A couple of weeks ago I watched Sunset Carson. His only talents, as far as I could see, were that he could ride a horse and was tall. He sure couldn't act. Bob Steele was in the movie and he saved it from being worse than it was.

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*Well Dale, that's mighty welcome news. So pull up your saddle in front of the campfire, grab a plate of beans, turn on the big screen TV, open a nice bottle of Beaujolais or Chenin blanc { Hey, there's roughing it and then there's roughing it } or a cold brew and a shot of redeye and enjoy those hero's of yesteryear...*

 

Roy,

 

You know me too well! I can't wait for July! I finally got through all the B-westerns I tivo'd starring George O'Brien, Harry Carey and Tim Holt. I really enjoyed them and can't wait to see more. I really like Johnny Mack Brown.

 

Was it the Statler Brothers who had a big hit with a song about Randolph (cue chorus) Scott and other stars of B-westerns?

 

MsG,

 

When the poster found the July schedule a few days ago and posted the link, the schedule was incomplete. Once it got filled in though, it is grand!

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Dale',

You're thinking of their hit "Whatever Happened to Randolph Scott". Also along the same lines they did: "Do You Remember These", "Child of the 50's" and "The Movies". Just Google them and go to their songs and listen to these and more....Have fun, Roy

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