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Trivia About The Movie Murderer. No trivia or quizzes yet. The Sons of Katie Elder GP Adventure Drama Western. The War Wagon The Train Robbers Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Jacob McCandles Richard Boone John Fain Maureen O'Hara Martha McCandles Patrick Wayne James McCandles Christopher Mitchum Jeff McCandles Bruce Cabot Sam Sharpnose Glenn Corbett O'Brien Harry Carey Jr.

Pop Dawson John Doucette Buck Dugan Jim Davis Head of Lynching Party John Agar Bert Ryan Gregg Palmer John Goodfellow Jim Burk A legend of a man. A man who fought his way through hell to save a grandson he had never seen! Black and White photographs in opening credits Color Technicolor.

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Edit Did You Know? Trivia John Wayne 's last film with Christopher Mitchum. The two actors fell out when Mitchum disagreed with Wayne's right-wing views during a television interview, and they never spoke again. Mitchum tried to get in touch with Wayne in when the veteran star was dying of cancer, but did not receive any response. Are you an author? Help us improve our Author Pages by updating your bibliography and submitting a new or current image and biography. Learn more at Author Central.

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I know I promised to update monthly but It has been a very rough few months. On Memorial Day weekend, I began to have dizzy spells. They continued for months. Spent a lot of time with a wonderful ENT - ultimately it was decided that they may have been caused by a sinus infection complicated by allergies - After a balloon rhinoplasty which was about as unpleasant as it sounds, no better.

Then Dr injected cortis. The Road to Hell.

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If the old saying "The road to hell is paved with good intentions" is true then I am surely headed there It is always my intention to post if not weekly, then certainly monthly and yet I see that a significant time has elapsed with nothing new from me. If you are still checking my blog, my most sincere thanks for your patience and persistence. And now - my latest rant on the topic of television. This post was inspired by the finale.

I Am So Bad. It took me so long to write - rewrite - edit - and rewrite some more the latest book Mandolin Wind that I just realized my last post to my Blog was in August at the time of my trip to Wisconsin and Upper Michigan.

The highlight of the trip was my Class Reunion which provided an opportunity to visit with some very dear friends. Then, of course, there was my near purchase of property in Upper Michigan. Gasp - you say - what were you thinking? You - who freeze. My Cross Country Trip. I had good intentions. I planned to write daily posts with pics detailing my trip from Union Station L. As you can see, I did not get around to it. I take really bad pictures so had none to share from the train trip itself. I can report however that I really enjoyed the train as always.

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Watching the vast arid expanse of the west give way to the lush greenery of the midwest from my cozy room. Just after breakfast, we arrived in Gallup New Mexico. I intended to post pics of various stops but made the mistake of taking pics of Fullerton CA station with my phone and now cannot post those. Oh, and there are still people on the train who do not get the No Smoking Anywhere rule. Last trip, a woman was put off the train at the next stop after r. Wow - I have not blogged since June.

I am so bad. But I have been busy working on a new book titled Mandolin Wind - a real departure from my usual stories - it begins when a young soldier is lost behind enemy lines in Normandy in At present, I am on the Southwest Chief. I'm guessing that most writers out there write for two reasons. The first is that we cannot not write. Stories just keep filling up our heads and we have to get them down on paper or go crazy.

But the real reason that I write and that I imagine other writers do, is you, the reader. It's all done for you - and as an indie author I can tell you it's not the money - it's the thrill of talking to someone who's read one of your books or getting comments from a reader li.

Whenever there is a natural disaster, and the news crews show people evacuating their homes, what are they carrying with them - aside from children and pets, of course? Pictures - boxes and boxes of pictures. Nowadays it's all digital, easy to store thousands of memories and carry them around on your laptop. But the old photos are a different story.

In addition to the thousands of pictures stored on our computer, we have an entire closet devoted to photo alb.

On a downward spiral since the loss of Annaliese, Charlie is drinking too much and not doing much of anything else. The only thing that keeps him going is his last link to Annalise - the Thoroughbred Jackie Black. When his landlady Blanca asks him to find two girls gone missing from the neighborhood, Charlie reluctantly agrees. The quest leads him through a twisted maze of lost an.

This is an open invitation to any horse lovers in the L. This is a worthy cause which is giving many horses a second chance at life. Check out the Facebook page for further information. I have to pick a genre for my books although I find they don't really fit any of the categories.

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So I choose Mystery. That is not entirely inaccurate. Most of my books do contain a mystery of one kind or another. Most, alright all, do contain some element of romance although I hate to use that word because none of my books are romance novels. So let's settle for some element of love. I currently have thr.