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    Posted: October/03/2021 at 16:34
Hee hee...Pat Conway was raised on a ranch in Southern California....and, of course, James Coburn was from Nebraska...

How to Kill a Friend (1958)







Bonanza (1959)


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Both are a little too prutty to be real cowpokes.  Looks like they shaved just for that picture....
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We Dive at Dawn (1943) - Filmaffinity                  We Dive At Dawn - Film | Park Circus








                                 










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Matte Shot - a tribute to Golden Era special fx: Forgotten Gems of Special  Visual Effects Part One - SUEZ (1938)











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Roman Holiday, starring Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn.  She won an Oscar for her
role in this movie.  It is found on Prime.  
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Amazon.com: Train, The (1964): Burt Lancaster, Paul Scofield, Jeanne  Moreau, Suzanne Flon, Michel Simon, Wolfgang Preiss, Albert Rémy, Charles  Millot, Richard Münch, Jacques Marin, Paul Bonifas, Jean Bouchaud, Donald  O'Brien, Jean-Pierre Zola,       THE TRAIN [1964]: on Blu-ray now | Horror Cult Films


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I have recently watched 2 Hitchcock movies, Vertigo, starring James Stewart and Kim Novack,
and Rear Window, James Stewart and Grace Kelly.

These are very good movies with an outstanding cast, those actresses are astounding.

Alfred Hitchcock was a master of his craft.

Compared to the movies being made today, these classics are at another, higher level.
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Originally posted by Son of Ed Son of Ed wrote:

Yes, but they filmed it in the Santa Monica Valley...John Ford had eighty acres of a Welsh village -mining town built!  


Certainly better weather. You need about 300 days a year of rain to be truly authentic
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Yes, but they filmed it in the Santa Monica Valley...John Ford had eighty acres of a Welsh village -mining town built!  
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From Wales 😉
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