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HowHow long since you watched a non Western DVD

jess
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jess
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Joined: Jul 25 2011, 10:41 AM

Jul 27 2011, 10:36 PM #1

Gee, i'ts a looooong time, i had a DVD of Coop and Audrey Hepburn to watch a few days ago but it wouldnt play, so thats the closest i v been in at least 6 months !!
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Rachel
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Joined: Jul 24 2011, 09:34 PM

Jul 28 2011, 03:09 AM #2

Hmm... I watched the Ellery Queen Series last month. And Shenandoah too. But that's sort of a western isn't it? Anyway, it has Doug McClure in it, so I guess it doesn't count :D
Other than that, I watch westerns a lot! More than DVD's though, I use my family's DVR. It records things off the satellite digitally. I like it a lot. But to the point, yeah. Westerns are tops. :)
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westwardho
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Joined: Jun 20 2008, 04:12 PM

Jul 28 2011, 04:17 PM #3

I recently bought a set of Rawhide dvds. Unfortunately JD is not in any of them. But nevertheless I like them.

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Rachel
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Jul 28 2011, 05:30 PM #4

Oh yeah, I like Rawhide! And Gunsmoke too. Seems like JD was in a Gunsmoke or two, wasn't he?
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westwardho
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Jul 29 2011, 03:13 PM #5

According to my information JD appeared in 3 Gunsmoke episodes. I guess two of them are on Youtube.

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jed
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Jul 29 2011, 03:24 PM #6

All the non western DVD;s I've watched over the lasy 6 months or so have all had AV element, mainly Doug, as friends have sent me DVD's of his movies, most recently Cleo sent me Because They're Young (Doug AND Roberta). Roberta signed stills I photographed off the TV screen for me in Memphis.

I got Death of a Salesman from the library, which I think was the first thing Lee J, Cobb did after the V. He originated the stage role of Willy Loman but lost the movie role to Frederic March. Doug's friend, Bernie Kopel, had a more serious role in it.

My camcorder is kaput and I have to wait to get another mini DVD camera before I can finalise the rest of my Memphis footage to look at, apart from the discs I finalised in Memphis so my friend Hoosh could put some of it on Youtube. I have looked at some of the V DVD's I got in Memphis especially the bonus interviews.

Nic.
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