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File of the Golden Goose (1969)

This typically plotted story of an agent infiltrating a gang of cut throats had been done before in films like White Heat and afterwards as recently as The Departed. 510 more words

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Songwriter (1984) ... Country Music Week Day 5

When it comes to making the transition from the honkytonks to the big screen I don’t think there’s ever been a better example than Kris Kristofferson. 773 more words

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Hell On Wheels (1967) ... Country Music Week Day 4

If Paul Newman can make movies like Winning and become a race car driver than surely Marty Robbins can sing classic country music and make a low budget film titled Hell on Wheels and become a racing enthusiast behind the wheel as well. 548 more words

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Honkytonk Man (1982) ... Country Music Week Day 3

For a number of reasons I have always had a soft spot for this Clint Eastwood film featuring the legendary star as a Grand Ole Opry hopeful during the great depression. 673 more words

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Hillbillys In a Haunted House (1967) ... Country Music Week Day 2

Try viewing this as a mixture of a rejected script from the Beach Party films crossed with an East Side Kids version of Ghosts on the Loose. 709 more words

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A Gunfight (1971) ... Country Music Week Day 1

Bearded, dirty and dressed in black comes a lone rider into frame. It’s Country Music’s legendary Man In Black, Johnny Cash.

Cash stars here as a weary gunfighter known throughout the west. 759 more words

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Love On The Run (1936)

When MGM loaned out Clark Gable to Columbia and so called tyrant Harry Cohn as some sort of punishment, Gable got the last laugh and a little statuette to go with it. 587 more words

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