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I couldn't wait for this to come on our B&W tv every week when I was 10 or 11 We only got 2 stations...

I like old western and youtube is full of them   I grew up in the 60s and on Saturday mornings the would have the 3 mesquiteers  so I have watched most of them (some with John Wayne) then the others b

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Not sure if to put this one here or under "Cars" ? :o)

 

 

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1 hour ago, Salty Dog said:

 

Wow they fight wearing ties and only shoot with revolvers. That's some tough dudes. 

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On ‎2‎/‎17‎/‎2018 at 8:47 PM, Semper paratus said:

 

"A fat woman came into the store today..."

Thanks Al Bundy!:rofl:

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15 minutes ago, RogerDat said:

Tim Conway was a genius, and who was that red head????

Redhead ? Like Lucille Ball ? Or another one ?

 

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Da plane da plane .

 

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I like old western and youtube is full of them   I grew up in the 60s and on Saturday mornings the would have the 3 mesquiteers  so I have watched most of them (some with John Wayne) then the others became the Range Busters.  Of course  my favorite was the Rifleman so I have seen all of those.  I discovered on YouTube a site called Forsaken Westerns which features  30 minute western tv shows which may have never seen the light of day.  I think pilots mostly.  I encourage you to take a look if you like old Westerns.  You know I read that John Wayne and Wyatt Earp actually met at one time.  I never knew that.

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Wyatt  died in January 1929...it is possible they met. Wayne was born in May of 1907...............

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