Some recent posts have spurred a few of us to make preliminary plans to watch certain films — Westerns, of course — over the holiday break.
Colin mentioned Escort West (1959). I’m thinking about Trail Of Robin Hood (1950), Roy Rogers’ Christmas picture. Then, of course, there’s stuff like It’s A Wonderful Life (1946), The Bishop’s Wife (1947, if you haven’t seen this, I urge you to) and A Christmas Story (1983) — which aren’t Westerns, but we won’t hold it against ’em.
As the weather gets colder, I always get the itch to drag out Track Of The Cat (1954) and Day Of The Outlaw (1959). A 16mm adapted ‘Scope print of 1958’s Escape From Red Rock is sitting here, too. And I’ve purposefully avoided the TCM schedule. So many movies, so little time.
So what’s stacked beside your DVD player, waiting its turn?
[The wonderful John Falter illustration appeared on the November 9, 1957 issue of The Saturday Evening Post.]