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What Is Your Absolute Single Favorite Movie?

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Good double there, Jack !!!   ?

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Gotta be Tombstone for me because, I AM your huckleberry...

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3 hours ago, Steve RA said:

Good double there, Jack !!!   ?

 

You don't get away that easily, Steve .

 

What's your one favorite single movie ?

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Too many come to mind but for some reason the first one that popped up for me was Flash Gordon. I can hear the theme song right now.

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Wanted:  Dead or Alive with Rutger Hauer.  Released in 1987, they were ahead of the terrorism-in-America scenario.  Plus, I always wanted a living-room where I could ride a motorcycle and target practice.  And payback with a grenade in the mouth lends a certain "je ne sais quoi". 

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Kagamusha. Kurosawa’s best. Second is John Ford’s My Darling Clementine. (If you liked Sean Young in Blade Runner, Cathy Downs was her prototype)

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Second is John Ford’s My Darling Clementine. (If you liked Sean Young in Blade Runner, Cathy Downs was her prototype)

 

I did. You have made me curious about My Darling Clementine. I'll be checking it out.

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Wanted:  Dead or Alive with Rutger Hauer.  Released in 1987, they were ahead of the terrorism-in-America scenario.  Plus, I always wanted a living-room where I could ride a motorcycle and target practice.  And payback with a grenade in the mouth lends a certain "je ne sais quoi". 

 

AND own Josh Randall's original mare's leg.

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On 5/13/2018 at 12:48 AM, Duane Thomas said:

 

AND own Josh Randall's original mare's leg.

Hey Duane. Nice to see you posting. It's been a long time. Any new articles you've written? I seem to remember that you were writing a book. How's that coming? Hope everything is well with you. 

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I've been in every issue of The Blue Press. Also the occasional thing in S.W.A.T. I just published my third book.

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Lawrence of Arabia. 4 hours of greatness. 

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Zatoichi: The Blind Samurai.

 

So many cool, fine details to watch and listen for. :)

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Point Break

 

It has everything you need and you can watch it in whatever mood your in.

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Terrence Hill and Henry Fonda in one of the best westerns ever made.

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Greatest Movie ever made   Outlaw Josey Wales

 

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A solid choice. On the short list for The Best Western Ever Made. The only other realistic choices would be Red River and Once Upon a Time in the West.

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