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Six-Gun Rhythm features masterful crooner Tex Fletcher as a singing Wild West hero, but there’s a twist: Fletcher isn’t a cowboy! Most unusual for these films, Fletcher is a football star on the East Coast who’s heading out West to investigate his father’s murder. The film is a startlingly fresh blend of action and song, making it one of the best Westerns of the nineteen thirties. Six-Gun Rhythm builds to a (literally) blistering climax, when Fletcher takes on his father’s murderer in a sandstorm! Though Fletcher would not go on to a long movie career, at least he left us this nugget of cinematic Wild West gold.
Set in the "Rose of the North's" booming new commercial and tourism center, the guestrooms at the Best Western Chiang Mai offer a magnificent view of spectacular Doi Suthep Mountain and the lush northern Thai countryside. A 280-to-300- person roof-top function room, delivering a 360-degree view of the surrounding mountain peaks, caps the hotel and provides the perfect ambience for meetings, conferences, wedding receptions and social events
You've heard the Black Eyed Peas version of this song,now check out the Christ College Acoustic team's version of "Dont phunk with my heart" at the Western Acoustic Group event at LeGala 07.www.minglebox.com
Singing Cowboy George Houston returns as The Lone Rider in Outlaws of Boulder Pass. Featuring a veteran and excellent cast of western film fame, Outlaws is shameless gun-slinging fun. Smokey Hammer’s (Dennis Moore) ranch is under attack by a band of outlaws. The Lone Rider, with sidekick Al “Fuzzy” St. John, comes to aid Smokey and the gunfights are tremendous. Then the film takes a softer tone as Houston courts the gorgeous Marjorie Manners, crooning tunes like “Let Me Keep Roamin’ the Prairie” and “The Grass is Always Green in Sunshine Valley.” Nothing but enjoyable popcorn entertainment, Outlaws of Boulder Pass is pistol and saddle fun at its best.
Phantom Cowboy is a delightfully campy western adventure. Ted Wells stars as Bill Collins, a regular Joe cowboy who startlingly encounters a man who looks exactly like him committing crimes! Not only that, but another fearsome criminal is at war with the bizarre double, and can’t tell him apart from Wells. Made by the infamously crooked director Robert J. Horner, Phantom Cowboy is an unintentionally funny picture that approaches Ed Wood levels of ridiculousness.
Want the biggest capacity from the smallest hard drive? Laurence Grayson gives Western Digital's new Scorpio the once-over.
BEAUTIFUL BEDUIN TENT IN THE WESTERN DESERT OF EGYPT AFTER A REAL ADVENTROUS DAY.
Shirly with Turtle AQWA underwater world, Perth, Western Australia
Rare Jelly Fish at AQWA Perth, Western Australia
A fine piece of classic “bad” cinema, Border Vengeance is an action western full of amusingly wooden acting, cheap sets, and enough mistakes to make Ed Wood blush. Producer Willis Kent was known for exploitation films and over the top melodramas made for shoestring budgets, and Border Vengeance is no different. The film stars amateur actor Lafayette “Reb” Russell, a football star turned actor who is little more than an imposing physique. The movie also boasts more violence and blood than almost any western made in the 1930s, going along with Kent’s penchant for exploitation. Border Vengeance is a curious piece of cinematic history, in some ways pushing the envelope for content and at others hilariously cutting every financial corner imaginable.
The Range Busters are a trio of vigilante do-gooders who uphold the law in the lawless West during the gold rush. When old rancher Magpie Harper is in trouble he calls for the Range Busters in Saddle Mountain Roundup. Unfortunately, the Range Busters get their late and find Harper murdered! This cowboy story becomes a murder mystery, as the heroes feel obligated to bring the murderer to justice. Smartly directed and scripted, Saddle Mountain Roundup features all the twists, turns, and gunfights that make classic Western cinema solid gold.
Thrilling and action packed, Rouge of the Range stars football star turned Hollywood hero Johnny Mack Brown. Brown first entered Hollywood because of his sports fame, impressive athletic physique, and dashing good looks, but he would also become one of the best acting Western heroes of the day. Rouge of the Range finds Mack in his acting prime, affable and audacious as Dan Doran, a clever undercover government agent. Mack surprisingly begins the film by robbing a stagecoach! Once in jail, he buddies up with a local gang member and the two bust out of the joint together. Now that Mack has the respect of the gang, he’s ready to take them down. Rouge of the Range sizzles with muscle, grit, and really fun fistfights.
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Though Bob Steele had a long and illustrious career as a movie cowboy, his finest performances always came when his father Robert Bradbury was directing. Last of the Warrens is the perfect showcase for the success of this familial collaboration, offering up a beautiful combination of directorial touch and spirited acting. Bob Steele stars as Ted Warren, a young man who returns home from World War I, only to find that everyone in town believed him dead! Steele soon learns of the sinister plots against himself and his family, erupting in a vicious fit of violence against his assailants. Veteran western villain Charles King plays the evil mustached man to a T, and his fistfights with Steele are memorably energetic, realistic, and intense. Last of the Warrens is a fiery adventure in the Old West, well worth a gander.