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Ever since “The Great Train Robbery” first appeared in 1903, movies have never been the same. They have evolved from being simple movie shorts to blockbuster productions. America’s film heritage is a key part of the country’s history and continues to be a key part of America’s culture.   In honor of America’s film heritage, Congress established the National Film Registry in 1989. The purpose of this registry is to select movies that »

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Clint Eastwood will forever be remembered for the series of western movies that he made with director Sergio Leone that have famously become known as “The Man with No Name Trilogy.” The first of these westerns was “A Fistful of Dollars” in which Clint Eastwood memorably played a clever, poncho-clad cowboy on the big screen.   However, before Eastwood became famous in “The Man with No Name” movies, he was already popular in the U.S. »

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The weather outside is cool, but Blu-Ray is heating things up with seven John Wayne western movies being released this Spring.   The Duke is still taming the West after all the years. These digitally-remastered films are a must for every western movie fan’s library. Don’t wait to order your copies of these excellent John Wayne westerns! All of them are available for immediate pre-order, with a guaranteed low price. See individual »

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There really was a man known as Grizzly Adams! He really had a bear friend named Ben. And, yes, the television show “The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams” was based on his life, although loosely.   Grizzly Adams’s real name was James Capen Adams. He was originally from Massachusetts, but went West in search of making his fortune. At first, Adams thought he would profit by moving to St. Louis and selling shoes to travelers headed to the California »

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