Rich Hall looks at how the most quintessentially American film genre, the Western, came to be killed off.

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Rich Hall looks at how the most quintessentially American film genre, the Western, came to be killed off.

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14 June 2008 (UK)  »

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Followed by Rich Hall's Continental Drifters (2011) See more »

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17 July 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Rich Halls hatred for the United States and the Western movies are clear. His "feeling" of inferiority are quite obvious in this stupid film. The totally unnecessary rant about President George Bush shows his lac of understanding of History be that of the American West or anything regarding history. Buddy Americans are not the problem! It's short sighted people like you who are the problem! The history of man is not 232 years Americans are not the blame for the worlds troubles we haven't been here long enough. Yes I saw your smug ass here in Tombstone outside //The Crystal Palace and I'm sure if those people you talked to knew what you were up to, they would not have been part of this.

Yes that's part of your deception i understand.


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