Have you seen The Shadow Riders. It was made in early 80's and what I call one of the first genre of the new westerns. Story from Louis L'Amour's work with his Sacket family but with names changed. Well done with a good cast. Tom Selleck an Sam Elli
Originally Posted By: AcumowchekI've always liked Silverado. A bit more contemporary cast. Yes, it was fun. Well done. Kind of a throwback to the earlier era but refreshed. They were able to fit in several modern issues into the workings of wester
Originally Posted By: NucleusG4Did you see this one? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Klondike_(miniseries) I saw part of that and wanted to like it but it didn't grab me. Kind of like how Boardwalk Empire didn't work for me. Dave
I like some westerns. Won't get into why I don't like most early ones. I have never liked John Wayne. One major reason. He plays the same character in all his movies. From cowboy to ship captain to military. Pretty much the same . But he was active
A few years ago my eldest sister needed some help figuring out how to use a design pattern for one of her quilts. In doing further research I discovered that sewing, and quilting, once just proofed as just woman's work was quite demanding. Should hav
Originally Posted By: MrBA couple years ago when I had a ct scan I wasn't able to empty my system before the procedure. So when I got my reading it said that there was no cancer (hooray) but that my bowels "had abundant fecal matter". I m
A couple years ago when I had a ct scan I wasn't able to empty my system before the procedure. So when I got my reading it said that there was no cancer (hooray) but that my bowels "had abundant fecal matter". I mentioned this to some fam
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