In theaters Feb 8, 2008- Vince Vaughn’s Wild West Comedy Show: 30 Days & 30 Nights – Hollywood to the Heartland is film follows Vaughn as he handpicks four up-and-coming comics and then leads them on a remarkable 30-city, 30-day, 30-show tour as tour creator and emcee. The film features footage from the tour’s performances, as well as behind-the-scenes and a host of surprise guests. Featuring: Ahmed Ahmed, John Caparulo, Bret Ernst, Sebastian Maniscalco.
Veteran Wild West director Elmer Clifton presents Rough Riding Ranger, a classic cowboy tale. Well produced and directed, the film is crammed full with mystery, kidnapping, gun fights, outlaws, deceit, and much more! Set on beautiful rolling hills, Rough Riding Ranger concerns the desperate plight of a family that’s receiving letters penned with poison. The letters come by carrier pigeon, and it’s discovered that there are lots of shady characters involved. Rough Riding Ranger has all the classic Wild West feel and provides quality entertainment.
A quintessential depression cinema escape, Law of the Rio Grande is an hour of nothing but honest good fun in the Wild West. Bob Custer and Edmund Cobb were stars of silent cinema and adapt well here in this early talking Western. Custer plays a former outlaw who’s trying to live an honest life. He gets set on the right path by the gorgeous Betty Mack who wants to save him. But Custer’s skeletons don’t want to stay in the closet when an old gang member threatens to ruin his newly earned good name. Law of the Rio Grande features snappy dialogue and a fast story. It was a wonderful way to be free of the woes of the great depression and is a pleasant good time today as well.
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Welcome to "The Wild Wild West," where two of Washington's finest secret service agents, James T. West and Artemus Gordon, use skills, ingenuity and gadgetry to capture some of the most outrageous villains in television history.
Robert Conrad portrays the dashing and daring James T. West, able to subdue all challengers, sometimes dozens at a time, with his expert karate and boxing skills.
Ross Martin plays the inimitable and charming Artemus Gordon, an actor-turned-agent, trained in several languages and gifted with the ability to use expert makeup techniques to convincingly transform into any number of characters.
Together these men battled extraordinary villains with twisted desires for world domination or destruction.
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Watch this episode as we head to the wild west of Colorado for a stay at the greenest B&B in Durango, a breathtaking ride on a steam locomotive from the 1870's, some eco-fashionable snowboarding, and a soothing dip in a healing natural hot springs.
Myriam takes a step back into time and infiltrates the Boerne Wild West Day at Enchanted Springs Ranch.
Paradox takes you back to the Wild West in this fast and frantic co-operative online shooter.
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Squids: Wild West review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Squids: Wild West from The Game Bakers for the iPhone. This is actually a sequel to a 2011 game called Squids, which had the same action RPG gameplay. You control an ever growing team of squids on a quest to find another squid or something. The levels have enemies scattered all over the place, and generally, you have to take them out. You do that by touching the squid, pulling back like a slingshot, aiming your shot and releasing. The squid goes flying and causes damage to anything that gets in its way. It's kind of like Angry Birds meets a strategy game meets curling. This video review features video gameplay footage of Squids: Wild West for the iPhone and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Carnival Games: Wild West 3D review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Carnival Games: Wild West 3D from 2K Play for the Nintendo 3DS. Carnival Games: Wild West 3D is an exceptionally dull minigame compilation that proves the genre has pretty much done everything it can within these familiar constructs. Carnival Games: Wild West 3D is like its cry for help. There are things about this game that are almost inarguably bad, but looking at the game overall, the real issue is that it doesn't have a single original concept of its own. The idea is to play games and earn tickets and win prizes, which is accomplished in minigames. Excuse us for not doing backflips about this. This video review features video gameplay footage of Carnival Games: Wild West 3D for the Nintendo 3DS and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.