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Want to Share a Great Great Clip

Beer 14 Apr 10 - 11:32 PM
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Subject: Want to Share a Great Great Clip
From: Beer
Date: 14 Apr 10 - 11:32 PM

Sorry if I'm doing something I shouldn't be doing but I received this, and seeing as a great number of us are Baby Boomer's I thought that it would be important to share and give us a look at our recent pass. Brought a tear to my eye.
Beer (adrien)


http://www.oldfortyfives.com/thoseoldwesterns.htm


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Subject: RE: Want to Share a Great Great Clip
From: MGM·Lion
Date: 15 Apr 10 - 12:40 AM

Thank you for this. Only omission I noticed was a full rundown of the original Magnif 7 ? Brynner, McQueen, Bucholtz, Bronson, Vaughn Dexter, Coburn; + of course the villainous Wallach ~~ some, but not all, of these were there.

But what a great clip indeed.

Ah, those 1930s pre-WWii Saturday mornings with my big sister at the Mickey Mouse Club at the Regal, Finchley Road ~~ Buck Jones, Ken Maynard, Gary Cooper et al... The days when the hero wore a white hat and was always tidy & clean-cut & smooth-chinned even after a month riding alone thru the desert & had a marvellous knack of firing 14 shots from a 6-chamber revolver without ever going thru the formality of reloading; but the villain always wore a black hat and never shaved & his trigger went click just at the crucial moment he had drawn a bead on the hero! Wasn't life simpler in those days!

Ah, nostalgia ~~~~

Thanks again!

~Michael~


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