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Saddle up, rangers. Stills We Love‘s gonna take a ride out west to Fort Bowie.
You can never go wrong with a little bit of western, especially one like this. Look at it:
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This dad-blasted still says it all, pardner! A perfect tableau of B-western conflict, complete with cowering heroine in the middle of the action. Fort Bowie is one of over 25 programmers cranked out by Aubrey Schenck and Howard W. Koch’s Bel-Air Productions for United Artists in the 1950s. They were all pretty slick considering the low budgets. This one was shot on location in Kanab, Utah and is worth a look when it pops up on the indispensable Starz Westerns Channel. John Ford favorite Ben Johnson, in a rare leading role, takes time out from the suicide mission that cuckolded commander Kent Taylor has sent him on to save Taylor’s »
Given the success of Warner’s Archive program, we’re thrilled to see other studios scouring their vaults for content aimed at the discerning cinephile. Here’s a release showcasing the latest coming from MGM via Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment:
Los Angeles (April 14, 2011) – Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment is bringing even more classics to DVD in April through its unique “manufacturing on demand” (“Mod”). The newest group of films will be part of the MGM Limited Edition Collection and available through online retailers. The vast catalog ranges from 1980’s Defiance to 1965’s four-time Academy Award® nominated A Thousand Clowns.
Enjoy your favorite movies from across the decades including:
● Davey Crockett, Scout (1950): A U.S. military scout is assigned to stop Indian attacks on a defenseless group of wagon trains making their way West. Stars George Montgomery, Ellen Drew, Noah Beery Jr. Directed by Lew Landers.
● Cloudburst »
- Robert Greenberger
2 items from 2011
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