WESTERN NIGHT AT THE MOVIES: MAN WITHOUT A STAR
For this latest Western Night Movie session, David Morrell chose MAN WITHOUT A STAR (1955), a range war story, though routine in some ways, is still not the usual one you might expect.
WESTERN NIGHT AT THE MOVIES: THE HARVEY GIRLS
Charming and sweet aren’t often used to describe a Western, but they do fit THE HARVEY GIRLS, the 1946 Western musical from MGM that was Sheila Ellis’s choice for this Western Night movie gathering. The film moves right along, much like “The...
WESTERN NIGHT AT THE MOVIES: RIDE LONESOME
For this session of Western Night, Kirk Ellis chose RIDE LONESOME (1959). It has been called one of the best B-Westerns ever made. The Western films Randolph Scott made with director Budd Boetticher are known as the Ranown films, an acronym for...
WESTERN NIGHT AT THE MOVIES: WILL PENNY
For this Western Night Movie session, I chose WILL PENNY (1968) starring Charlton Heston in what he called one of his best films as well as his personal favorite.
WESTERN NIGHT AT THE MOVIES: THE BALLAD OF GREGORIO CORTEZ
For this latest Western Night gathering, Johnny D. Boggs brought THE BALLAD OF GREGORIO CORTEZ, a little seen film when it was released in 1983, but one that still resonates forty years later.
WESTERN NIGHT AT THE MOVIES: THE FABULOUS TEXAN
It was Robert Nott’s turn to select the film for our latest Western Night gathering. He particularly likes old B-Westerns, low budget…