Thursday, July 9, 2009

Ride 'Em, Cowboy










And, of course, "'Em" spelled backwards is "Me."

7 comments:

  1. I just think that John Russell is the strangest looking fellow, his eyes are freakishly so. He also stars in that dog of film (and camp classic) Santa Fe Trail with Vera Huerba Ralston. In that film he's shot to death and then whipped.

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  2. shot to death and then whipped....

    Now where's the fun in that?

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  3. Nothing like a '60s/'70s western with hunky men in tight pants.

    Excuse me, I have to go clean off my screen...

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  4. they called him tall in the saddle....'til his blisters healed.

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  5. David Toms - Why? You won't have 'em on for long!

    askthecoolcookie - Color me odd, but I find John Russell strangely attractive. Of course, now that you point them out, I will be fixated on his...er, distinctive eyes. By the way, I think you mean Jubilee Trail, which was the unfortunate Ms. Ralston's cinematic swan song, I believe.

    Fredn - Watch out for the rope burns!

    marksparky - He couldn't keep his calves together.

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  6. John Russell was certainly distinctive looking, anyway. I do like his pants and his grey streak in the shot you provided. And when else did Peter Brown look so innocent?! John's nadir in my book was when he played on the Saturday morning TV show "Jason of Star Command" and was painted BLUE!

    BTW, Hugh is on GSN's Password overnight right now and is WHITE HOT. It's @ 1968. His costar is Eva Gabor who is a riot due to her lack of grasp on the English language.

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