Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Adiós, Sabata (1970)


Michael and Pax check out the sequel to 1969's Sabata (which they covered three years ago; how time does fly). Lee Van Cleef's character is played by Yul Brynner this time, so the fellas talk about that and other changes between the films, and attempt to reconcile the two.

Also, Michael watches Errol Flynn play General Custer in They Died With Their Boots On.




Monday, March 16, 2020

Charro! (1969)

Pax and Michael discuss the world's prettiest cowboy, Elvis Presley in the Spaghetti-inspired Charro!.

Also, Michael has started a Western project on his blog inspired by the Stephen Ives documentary series, The West. And the fellas watch Don Knotts in The Shakiest Gun in the West, a 1968 remake of The Paleface.





Monday, March 2, 2020

The Paleface (1948)


Michael and Pax break down this Bob Hope brew co-starring Jane Russell as super spy Calamity Jane. Pax also talks about the 1952 sequel, Son of Paleface, while Michael reconsiders Joan Crawford as a contemporary cowgirl in 1930's Montana Moon.





Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Hitchin Post - State of the Camp 2020


Pax and Michael talk a little about the podcast's third birthday, what we could see on the show in 2020, and the AFI Top 10 Westerns list.

Sunday, February 2, 2020

River of No Return (1954)


Pax and Michael are back from winter break with a discussion of Otto Preminger's River of No Return starring Marilyn Monroe, Robert Mitchum and Rory Calhoun.

Also: Michael watches Bing Crosby in Rhythm on the Range and Pax discusses his family's recent trip to New Mexico and the short story "Jacob and the Indians" by Stephen Vincent Benét.



Monday, December 23, 2019

Deadwood: The Movie (2019)


Michael and Pax wrap up Deadwood December with the reunion movie from earlier this year and talk about whether or not it was a fitting conclusion to the legendary TV series.

Monday, December 16, 2019

Deadwood Season 3 (2006)



Pax and Michael finish watching David Milch's Deadwood and talk about how the show ended as well as their hopes for Deadwood: The Movie.