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WESTERN UNION BEGINS TRADING ON NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE Chief Executive Officer Christina Gold rings the opening bell at the NYSE One of the oldest companies in the Unites States, Western Union began in 1851 as a telegraph company, is now listing its common stock on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "WU" and will be a member of the S&P 500. Western Union President and Chief Executive Officer Christina Gold will ring the opening bell at the NYSE on Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2006, to celebrate the occasion. With its vast distribution network of more than 270,000 agent locations in over 200 countries and territories, Western Union is well positioned to continue to be a leading provider of money transfer services in the world. The company plans to establish bank branches and offer money transfer services to all member states in the European Union. For more information about Western Union, please visit www.westernunion****
18 Dec 2006
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A very low budget Western.
6 Feb 2007
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This is me, twice in this western film I made.
27 Feb 2007
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Western Terrace on Mount Nemrut -kahtanet****
28 Mar 2007
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500 Years of Female Portraits in Western Art. Beautiful women faces painted by various artists.
31 May 2007
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Hollywood Live presente par Ramzi Malouki. Western Costumes Movie Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, September Dawn.
31 May 2007
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ESSENDON 14.14.98 WESTERN BULLDOGS 20.11.131 essendon highlights from the match
21 Jul 2007
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Warp Films produced music video for 'Hollow Men', taken from the upcoming Gravenhurst LP 'The Western Lands' released 10th September 2007 on Warp Records. Limited 7inch of Hollow Men with a new b-side 'Longest River' released 17th September 2007. Video directed by Chris Boyle
14 Sep 2007
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Best Western Museum
29 Oct 2007
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Trick rider and Hollywood western icon Ken Maynard stars in Tombstone Canyon, a mysterious and intriguing Wild West tale. Filmed in the beautiful Red Rock Canyon State Park, the picture features a Maynard riding through gorgeous countryside in pursuit of his father’s murderer. When Maynard arrives in Tombstone Canyon, as spooky looking as its name suggests, Maynard learns about The Black Phantom that’s killing off Cowboys. Maynard believes this could be his father’s killer, but the rest of the town accuses Maynard of being the masked murderer! Thrilling, chilling, and compelling, Tombstone Canyon lets one of the greatest movie star cowboys shine.
14 Nov 2007
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Take Me Back to Oklahoma is a delightful western featuring the music of Tex Ritter and "The King of Western Swing" Bob Willis with the Texas Playboys. It's the prototypical western story: outlaws, beautiful lasses, and runaway stagecoaches, featuring able western actors. But it's the music that stars in Take Me Back to Oklahoma. The songs include Good Old Oklahoma, Lone Star Rag, and The Bob Willis Special. Worthy of watching for the crooning and picking alone, Take Me Back to Oklahoma is unfaltering entertainment from reel to reel.
7 Dec 2007
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Thundering Thompson is a silent western filmed in the nineteen twenties. The dashing Cheyenne Bill, one of the most under appreciated cowboy stars in history, must fight his way through terrible perils in order to set things right. Bill is a deputy sheriff, and the sheriff sends him to arrest a beautiful young girl (Neva Gerber). Upon arriving, Bill learns that the sheriff is corrupt and only wants to steal the girl’s land. Never one to stand aside, Cheyenne Bill is willing to fight everyone in town to save both the girl’s property and honor. A film that was almost meant to be silent, the treasure in Thundering Thompson comes from its well choreographed and well executed action sequences, without stuntmen. It’s a joy to watch the heroic Cheyenne Bill fights no matter the odds, no matter the terrain, the memorable climactic struggle breaking out in a river!
8 Dec 2007
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