Remember The Males From Shiloh
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Westerns have been my dad’s favorite shows when it got here to leisure. It is a memorial poem for my dad. His curiosity is still very a lot alive in me as I like to watch the outdated classic westerns,too. I’ve additionally added links to opinions I’ve wrote about my
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Gathering Autographs From the Traditional Stars
My new discovered love is collecting autograph footage of the classic 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 set of ideas to put collectively a very distinctive western novel. The Virginian, the Horseman of the Plains will get even better with age.
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sendingAuthorDiana L Pierce 3 years in the past from Potter County, Pa.
I am glad the series is again on the air, too, Gramyennie. The Virginian never grows previous. I really like these reveals.
Gramyennie 3 years ago
My Hubby the series was named “Die Leute von der Shiloh Ranch” which roughly translates to “The Men from Shiloh”. Thanks for DVDs which are on my to-buy list.
Thanks, Ruth. I like all those previous shows, but the Virginian has all the time been a favourite.
Ruth 5 years ago
Great recollections… all the time enjoyed the folks from Shiloh!!!
Me, too. I bought to meet James Drury Oct. 1st and I am nonetheless on cloud 9. He thinks so much of his fans and treats all of them like previous associates. They couldn’t have asked for a greater guest to have at a horse show. He was proper in his element for positive.
David Dean 6 years ago
The Virginian really is a classic.The westerns are an excellent part of our past and heritage.I solely want that there have been more westerns made for the big screen immediately.
Most of the great ones have been aired almost fifty years in the past. Back then there certainly was a collection of them. I’m glad they’re able to rerun a few of them at this time.
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 motion pictures. It looks as if there have been just too many.
I’m addicted to the show myself. But James Drury has performed so much more. An amazing 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 on the 2nd Annual Charity Journey For Veterans Horse Present. I am so excited, hope nothing spoils my plans.
gshill 6 years in the past from Greenup County, Kentucky
We now have this collection on DVD. I love watching them again and again.
The Virginian’s motto: If it is not your’s don’t take it. If it isn’t true do not say it! And if it isn’t right don’t do it.
I had almost forgotten this motto, so I asked him on his facebook web page.
Thanks, Mr. Jay, I always welcome your opinion.
Reynold Jay 6 years ago from Saginaw, Michigan
Yep–4:30 each afternoon I tune this in on Encore Western stop being poor shirt and nearly the whole lot else they show there. The tales are a tiny bit slow by in the present day’s standards and one can learn a newspaper and so forth. and catch all of it. I really like all of it. Gorgeos coloration, pictures and settings—great performing–it goes on and on how fantastic this series was. UP stop being poor shirt and Awesome for this big nation fan.
You can’t beat the classics.
banjodman 6 years in the past from Alabama
I beloved these exhibits, and the image high quality was excellent..the process was like making a function movie for each episode..Panaflex digital camera and celluloid….we do not get that in the digital age!
The mystery did make for good leisure. Thanks for studying my hub.
f 6 years in the past
Funny how the Virginian had no title.
Also, Trampas wasn’t particlarly his first identify or his surname: he was merely Trampas. I wonder if he was speculated to be of Native American heritage, with some French?
Thank you. Because of tv channels that present the classics we can assessment a whole lot of reveals we might have forgotten as a baby. Strange how after forty years it’s like watching one thing new.
Brenda Barnes 6 years in the past from America-Damaged But Still Stunning
What fun! Just the other week I caught an episode. I liked that present. You might be superior to bring back these memories in such a good way.
AuthorDiana L Pierce 6 years in the past from Potter County, Pa.
Sure and I am glad they modified his character for the television sequence.
shea duane 6 years ago from new jersey
Trampas was a bad guy in the ebook.
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