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Mon Sep 05, 16:09

me to the list of those who have not seen Vidal's 1955 "The Death of Billy the Kid." Wonder what if any is the connection there to the 1989 Val Kilmer Kid TV film, also written by Vidal.

I have seen "One-eyed Jacks," Dad, but not the Blu-ray version. (What I recently saw for the first time while channel-surfing one evening was "Burn!" Brando called it his favorite film. Can't say it's mine.)

  • Lemmon's one & onlyJerry Prather, Mon Sep 05 11:21
    Howdy olds, I saw the movie COWBOY in my local theater when it first came out. I think this was Jack Lemmon's only big screen Western(thankfully). I totally enjoyed it in 1958, but when I have tried to... more
    • You can add — olds, Mon Sep 05 16:09
    • ps: Three GravesJerry Prather, Mon Sep 05 13:44
      Just watched the Zane Grey Theatre episode "Three Graves". Jack Lemmon rides into a town where no guns are allowed. He concocts a scheme to take over the town and gain the riches he assumes will follow.... more
      • Here's JackJerry Prather, Tue Sep 06 6:12
        I found that this has recently been added on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YrOJPxQStsY
        • Geej whiz, Jerryolds, Tue Sep 06 14:04
          Imagine my disappointment when I clicked on your post entitled "Here's Jack" only to discover that the Jack you were referring to was Lemmon. (Yes, I know, that that was the subject at hand.) For me, as... more
          • A musical interlude for JackJerry Prather, Wed Sep 07 6:44
            Bruce, I didn't recognize the name Colin Hay, but Men At Work certainly rang a bell. Had not heard the song for quite a while. It and several others from them are great. So, here's "Looking For Jack":... more
          • Will the real Jack please stand upJerry Prather, Tue Sep 06 14:49
            Well, the real Jack actually was in the back of my mind when I wrote that. How could he not be? With inappropriate casting being discussed, how horrible would it have been if after that axe chopped the... more
      • Yes, andolds, Mon Sep 05 16:12
        Lee Remick and Shirley McLaine. (By the way, my mis-spelling of Lemmon in the prior post was inadvertent. No aspersion cast.)