Remember The Men From Shiloh
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Westerns have been my dad’s favorite exhibits when it came original retro brand shirts to entertainment. This is a memorial poem for my dad. His curiosity continues to be very much alive in me as I love to look at the old traditional westerns,too. I’ve additionally added hyperlinks to opinions I’ve wrote about my
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Collecting Autographs From the Traditional Stars
My new discovered love is gathering autograph pictures of the basic television stars. I hope you enjoy the tour.
Remaking Owen Wister’s The Virginian
Remaking Owen Wister’s The Virginian
Pennsylvanian Owen Wister visited Wyoming and got here away with a collection of ideas to place together a really unique western novel. The Virginian, the Horseman of the Plains gets even better with age.
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sendingAuthorDiana L Pierce 3 years in the past from Potter County, Pa.
I’m glad the series is back on the air, too, Gramyennie. The Virginian by no means grows old. I really like these exhibits.
Gramyennie 3 years ago
My Hubby the collection was named “Die Leute von der Shiloh Ranch” which roughly interprets to “The Males from Shiloh”. Thanks for DVDs which are on my to-buy checklist.
Thanks, Ruth. I love all these old exhibits, but the Virginian has always been a favourite.
Ruth 5 years ago
Great recollections… always enjoyed the people from Shiloh!!!
Me, too. I received to meet James Drury Oct. 1st and I’m still on cloud nine. He thinks a lot of his followers and treats all of them like outdated buddies. They couldn’t have asked for a greater guest to have at a horse present. He was proper in his ingredient for certain.
David Dean 6 years in the past
The Virginian really is a traditional.The westerns are a great a part of our past and heritage.I only want that there have been extra westerns made for the large display screen right this moment.
Most of the nice ones have been aired practically fifty years ago. Again then there actually was a choice of them. I am glad they can rerun some of them right now.
ruffridyer 6 years in the past from Dayton, ohio
I barely remember the show. Frankly I grew sick of all of the western reveals and movies. It seems like there were just too many.
I am addicted to the show myself. However James Drury has executed so rather more. A tremendous talent, since he co-starred with Elvis in Love Me Tender, 1956, I have been hooked. I am planning to get the prospect to satisfy him in Swanton, Ohio, Oct. 1st at the 2nd Annual Charity Trip For Veterans Horse Present. I am so excited, hope nothing spoils my plans.
gshill 6 years ago from Greenup County, Kentucky
We have this series on DVD. I like watching them time and again.
The Virginian’s motto: If it’s not your’s don’t take it. If it isn’t true do not say it! And if it isn’t right do not do it.
I had practically forgotten this motto, so I asked him on his facebook page.
Thanks, Mr. Jay, I at all times welcome your opinion.
Reynold Jay 6 years in the past from Saginaw, Michigan
Yep–four:30 every afternoon I tune this in on Encore Western and just about every little thing else they present there. The stories are a tiny bit slow by immediately’s requirements and one can read a newspaper etc. and catch all of it. I love all of it. Gorgeos color, photography and settings—nice performing–it goes on and on how wonderful this collection was. UP and Superior for this large nation fan.
You can’t beat the classics.
banjodman 6 years ago from Alabama
I beloved these shows, and the picture quality was superb..the method was like making a feature film for each episode..Panaflex camera and celluloid….we don’t get that in the digital age!
The thriller did make for good entertainment. Thanks for reading my hub.
f 6 years in the past
Humorous how the Virginian had no identify.
Also, Trampas wasn’t particlarly his first name or his surname: he was simply Trampas. I wonder if he was alleged to be of Native American heritage, with some French?
Thanks. Due to tv channels that show the classics we will overview lots of of exhibits we might have forgotten as a toddler. Strange how after forty years it is like watching one thing new.
Brenda Barnes 6 years ago from America-Broken However Nonetheless Lovely
What fun! Just the opposite week I caught an episode. I loved that show. You might be awesome to convey back these recollections in such a good way.
AuthorDiana L Pierce 6 years in the past from Potter County, Pa.
Yes and I am glad they modified his character for the television sequence.
shea duane 6 years in the past from new jersey
Trampas was a foul man within the ebook.