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Started by routemaster [Ignore] 20,Aug,22 21:44  other posts
The "Western" has pretty much died out these days, at one time there were plenty of films at the cinema and t.v.series and they all had magnificent music themes too. Last night (20.8.22), the 1958 film "The Big Country" starring Gregory Peck, Jean Simmons, Carroll Baker, Charlton Heston and Burl Ives was shown with my number 1 favourite film music of ALL time, composed by Jerome Moross, a magnificent sweep of music which really conjures up the wide open spaces of 19th Century America. The similarly titled 1960s t.v. series "The Big Valley" starring Barbara Stanwyck, Lee Majors and Linda Evans also had a great theme tune by George Duning and who can forget Elmer Bernstein's awesome theme to the original 1960 version of "The Magnificent Seven"? TCM Movies is currently showing all the old late 1950s/early 1960s series "Sugarfoot" starring the very sexy Will Hutchins who is still alive, now aged 92. What are your favourite "westerns" and your favourite "westerns" music too?

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By Gntlmn [Ignore] 25,Sep,22 21:10 other posts 
Paladin: Have gun, Will travel
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By SLUT! [Ignore] 23,Aug,22 16:56 other posts 
Blazing Saddles
By buchanan [Ignore] 24,Aug,22 16:02 other posts 
Sitting around the campfire again?
By SLUT! [Ignore] 31,Aug,22 14:55 other posts 
...eating beans.
By tb1 [Ignore] 01,Sep,22 07:39 other posts 
and farting
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And more farting
By SLUT! [Ignore] 03,Sep,22 08:32 other posts 
How 'bout some more beans, Mr. Taggart?
By tb1 [Ignore] 25,Sep,22 14:18 other posts 

By routemaster [Ignore] 25,Sep,22 06:45 other posts 
When I got back from Scotland on 16th September, it seems TCM movies has finished showing all the "Sugarfoot" episodes with the gorgeous Will Hutchins and is now showing "Cheyenne" with Clint Walker. I actually preferred "Sugarfoot", mainly because I fancy the young Will Hutchins more!!!
By tb1 [Ignore] 25,Sep,22 08:55 other posts 
Clint Walker was a big big dude, I wonder if his cock was size appropriate
By routemaster [Ignore] 25,Sep,22 11:39 other posts 
I should imagine it was!
By tb1 [Ignore] 25,Sep,22 12:32 other posts 
Maybe that got him parts in movies because it sure wasn’t his acting ability.

By routemaster [Ignore] 03,Sep,22 14:08 other posts 
TCM Movies is still showing "Sugarfoot" with the gorgeous Will Hutchins on t.v. here in the UK but from next week, they are also starting re-running a contemporary Western t.v. series from the same late 1950s/early 60s period (and in black and white, of course,) "Cheyenne" starring the late Clint Walker that I also remember from when I was a boy. However, I shall miss the first few episodes as this coming Monday (5.9.22), I'm off on holiday to Scotland again with friends and shan't be back until later in the month, so consequently, I shall temporarily be away from SYD too.
By tb1 [Ignore] 04,Sep,22 00:44 other posts 
Have a good trip and visit buddy 🙂🙂🙂
By routemaster [Ignore] 04,Sep,22 09:53 other posts 
Thanks my friend, I most definitely will.
By Andthisisme [Ignore] 04,Sep,22 07:16 other posts 
Oh yes, another memory from the distant past. There were so many different westerns back then.

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That reminds me of 'Bronco' with Ty Hardin

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By routemaster [Ignore] 04,Sep,22 09:54 other posts 
I remember "Bronco" with Ty Hardin too, that and "Sugarfoot" and "Cheyenne were all on about the same time, usually on a Saturday evening. Thanks for the links.
By Andthisisme [Ignore] 04,Sep,22 10:50 other posts 
They were indeed. In fact I think maybe that they were rotated in the US.
By CAT [Ignore] 04,Sep,22 18:40 other posts 
I liked Maverick, Bat Masterson, and Rin Tin Tin

By Andthisisme [Ignore] 03,Sep,22 08:44 other posts 
Going back to the 50s and 60s Wagon Train

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Then of course the memorable Casey Jones

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By #574505 26,Aug,22 16:06
I used to like watching the longranger and Roy royrogers..
By tb1 [Ignore] 27,Aug,22 09:09 other posts 
I was a Roy Rogers and Lone Ranger fan too 👍👍
By routemaster [Ignore] 27,Aug,22 12:48 other posts 
When I was a little boy, I had a Roy Rogers outfit I used to love wearing. My paternal grand-dad who lived with us was Trigger and used to bounce me up on his knee, saying "I want my carrots" while my mum was Dale Evans. Happy days!
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I also had a Davy Crockett hat too!
By tb1 [Ignore] 28,Aug,22 00:37 other posts 
What do they call them nowadays as you can’t call them c___skin caps
By routemaster [Ignore] 28,Aug,22 05:29 other posts 
I've no idea, I'm afraid. When I was a boy, I used to strut around outside with the other kids wearing my Roy Rogers outfit or my Davy Crockett hat. Not so much King of the Wild Frontier as Queen of the Council Estate, hee hee!!!
By tb1 [Ignore] 28,Aug,22 08:34 other posts 
By routemaster [Ignore] 28,Aug,22 17:02 other posts 
By tb1 [Ignore] 29,Aug,22 15:56 other posts 
“Davy, Davy Crockett”
“Queen of the Council Estates”
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By routemaster [Ignore] 30,Aug,22 00:39 other posts 
I wasn't born on a mountain top in Tennessee, neither
By tb1 [Ignore] 30,Aug,22 07:42 other posts 
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By CAT [Ignore] 24,Aug,22 18:05 other posts 
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance with Jimmy Steward, John “The Duke” Wayne, and Lee Marvin
By buchanan [Ignore] 26,Aug,22 13:16 other posts 
That film had a great title song sung by Gene Pitney.
By routemaster [Ignore] 27,Aug,22 07:19 other posts 
Lee Marvin, Vera Miles and Edmond O'Brien were also in that film which should have been in colour. Do please correct me if I'm wrong as it is very many years ago that I last saw the film so I can't remember if Gene Pitney's song actually featured in the film or not. I thought that was written on the back of the success of the film and released later but I'm pleased to be corrected if I'm wrong.
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BtW, Gene Pitney was a great singer, another taken from us too early.
By CAT [Ignore] 27,Aug,22 08:20 other posts 
According to Wikipedia
The Burt Bacharach-Hal David song "(The Man Who Shot) Liberty Valance" became a top-10 hit for Gene Pitney. Though based upon the movie's plotline, it was not used in the film. Pitney said in an interview that he was in the studio about to record the song when "... Bacharach informed us that the film just came out." It seems unlikely that the song would be used for the opening credits since its lyrics give the film's surprise ending away. The picture was released April 18, 1962, and the song entered the Billboard Hot 100 the week ending April 28, 1962, peaking at number four in June
By routemaster [Ignore] 27,Aug,22 12:50 other posts 
Thanks very much for this interesting information, much appreciated.
By tb1 [Ignore] 28,Aug,22 00:35 other posts 
Gene Pitney, Town Without Pity, 24 Hours to Tulsa……..and many many more. Outstanding singer 👏👏👏
By CAT [Ignore] 29,Aug,22 10:30 other posts 
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Old memories. I learned to slow dance in Jr High to this song
By tb1 [Ignore] 29,Aug,22 14:11 other posts 
It’s a goodie

By bella! [Ignore] 27,Aug,22 07:25 other posts 
From the Golden Years of RADIO, please enjoy!

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By Andthisisme [Ignore] 27,Aug,22 17:19 other posts 
Well that was even before my time, thank you. I loved the scrolling text at the start, I did remember quite a bit of the back story but not sure that I knew about the silver mine and that the Lone Ranger's horse had silver shoes.
By bella! [Ignore] 27,Aug,22 17:35 other posts 
Before my time, too. I listen to crime podcasts on YouTube and I SUSPECT that cookies reveal I'm a "listener" and this was something in my morning lineup!

By dgraff [Ignore] 21,Aug,22 11:23 other posts 
It’s not a western for say but I liked to watch F troop in black and white hilarious
By t-rex [Ignore] 21,Aug,22 14:22 other posts 
Yes it was pretty funny
By routemaster [Ignore] 23,Aug,22 03:33 other posts 
Sorry but I don't know that one neither.
By buchanan [Ignore] 23,Aug,22 10:45 other posts 
Really? "F Troop" was a western sitcom in the mid 60s starring Ken Berry, Forrest Tucker and Larry Storch.
By t-rex [Ignore] 23,Aug,22 21:46 other posts 
Who was the hot blonde ?
By buchanan [Ignore] 24,Aug,22 01:26 other posts 
Melody Patterson
By t-rex [Ignore] 24,Aug,22 21:29 other posts 
She was a cutie
By tb1 [Ignore] 25,Aug,22 09:29 other posts 
F Troop’s cast included Forrest Tucker who was blessed with a massive member. If you ever get to see the movie Auntie Mame, watch for a scene where his trouser snake nearly reaches his knee
By t-rex [Ignore] 27,Aug,22 04:20 other posts 
By routemaster [Ignore] 27,Aug,22 06:52 other posts 
Another episode of "Sugarfoot" from 1960 was on TCM Movies this morning. I can't get enough of the young Will Hutchins, he is absolutely gorgeous, beautiful handsome face, even in black and white and I love his sexy voice too. He's also a very good actor.
By t-rex [Ignore] 27,Aug,22 07:51 other posts 
By routemaster [Ignore] 27,Aug,22 08:03 other posts 
He has lovely come-to-bed eyes, too!
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If you google Will Hutchins 2020, there are lots of pics of him as he is now and also when he was in his prime as a very sexy young man. Considering he is now 92, he don't look too bad at all, can still see its him, has looked after himself and there's also a video of him talking about his career and other stars he worked with. Still got that sexy drawl of a voice, too.

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