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Chili Ron

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Howdy,

We all watch Clint and JW and other westerns but how about other

favorites? Even favorite older movies?

Hunker down seems to be the order of the next couple weeks so 

how about favorites folks might have missed along the way?

Monument Men was one I missed and darn good.

Also Gross Point Blank was good.

The ghost and the darkness.

Firefly tv series and Burn Notice and The Unit were pretty good.

I dusted off Cannonball Run.  Any movie with Burt Renolds can be funny.

And if you cant find anything else watch the 24 James Bond movies.

Or fight depression with 3rd Rock from the Sun????

Best

CR

of course list some of your favorites folks might not have noticed....

 

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Might be a good time to sign up for Netflix or Amazon.  Depending on tastes, there are any number of series to watch on both.

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Any Steven Segal movie... (He says with a straight face.):D

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Preston Stuges comedies. Billy Wilder comedies. Howard Hawks comedies.

 

These run from the 30s to the 60s.

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I have been collecting westerns on DVD ever since DVD's came out.  I have for complete TV series, Have Gun Will Travel, only 10 seasons of Bonanza out so far, Lonesome Dove the series, Lonesome Dove the outlaw years, Wanted Dead or Alive (Steve McQueen), The Restless Gun (John Payne), The Westerner (Brian Keith), Wyatt Earp (Hugh O'Brian), The Virginian (James Drury), Whispering Smith (Audie Murphy) and parts of several other TV western series.

 

In movies, I have all of John Wayne's western movies incl his Poverty Row ones. All of Clint Eastwood's westerns, etc, etc.  In total I have approx 1200 individual Hollywood western stories on DVD. 

 

Most of my DVD's came out out Box Store bargain bins or Amazon.

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Start at the beginning of Longmire, Breaking Bad or The Walking Dead and watch the entire series. That should keep you busy for a while.

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5 hours ago, Crooked River Pete, SASS 43485 said:

 

I realy liked " Jacob's ladder" when I saw it years ago, but not for every one.

 

Don't hear that one mentioned much (or at all). A good movie, but not an easy one.

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Longmire, Justified, Have Gun will travel, the rifleman, Deadwood, Band of Brothers, about every other Die Hard Movie, RED (Retired Extremely Dangerous), A History of Violence, Marx Brothers, Thin Man series, Casablanca, The original Sabrina with Bogart and Hepburn, Holiday Inn with Astaire and Crosby, Open Range, Leave it to Beaver, Aliens, T2, TOS, LOTR, Pink Panther movies with Peter Sellers, Get Smart (remake movie), Man from Snowy River, 300, Jesus of Nazareth.

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Here I am. Stuck in an apartment 1900 miles from my Blu rays and DVDs. Arrrggg. 
Thank goodness for Netflix and Amazon Prime.

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