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Offline TheHoneyPump

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The Life of the Outlaw
« Reply #20 on: September 16, 2019, 11:10:02 pm »


Busters mini-story at the befinning of the series is quite good if you like twangy tunes and gun fights. .   Watch all 6 of the short films in it if you are into films that are subliminal.  Not for everyone, as the undertones are quite dark throughout.

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Re: The Life of the Outlaw
« Reply #21 on: September 17, 2019, 09:42:18 pm »
Phillip -- What a great video!  I was laying in bed last night and watching it and struggling not to laugh out loud.  That's some good TV right there.  :happy:  Live TV just isn't like that anymore; everything is so scripted.  When I have some time, I'll have to look up Merle Haggard's impressions of Johnny Cash.

THP -- Wow, I had no idea Tim Blake Nelson could sing.  I also see that the 2nd song you posted was nominated for Best Original Song at the Oscars last year.  Let's face it though, that song was never going to beat "Shallow" from A Star is Born.  By the way, if anyone hasn't watched the new A Star is Born movie, you need to.  It's absolutely phenomenal.  And that's not coming from someone who likes girly musicals or rom-coms or anything, okay.  Even my Dad LOVED it.  And it's apparently nothing like the original, so if you've seen that, don't judge it on that either.                 
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Re: The Life of the Outlaw
« Reply #22 on: September 19, 2019, 11:06:59 pm »
Phillip -- What a great video!  I was laying in bed last night and watching it and struggling not to laugh out loud.  That's some good TV right there.  :happy:  Live TV just isn't like that anymore; everything is so scripted.  When I have some time, I'll have to look up Merle Haggard's impressions of Johnny Cash.

THP -- Wow, I had no idea Tim Blake Nelson could sing.  I also see that the 2nd song you posted was nominated for Best Original Song at the Oscars last year.  Let's face it though, that song was never going to beat "Shallow" from A Star is Born.  By the way, if anyone hasn't watched the new A Star is Born movie, you need to.  It's absolutely phenomenal.  And that's not coming from someone who likes girly musicals or rom-coms or anything, okay.  Even my Dad LOVED it.  And it's apparently nothing like the original, so if you've seen that, don't judge it on that either.                 

Member with that recommendation, I look forward to seeing the new, A Star is Born. Thanks for the recommendation.
HP I especially like the last one. Thanks.
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Re: The Life of the Outlaw
« Reply #23 on: September 20, 2019, 12:49:58 am »

Member with that recommendation, I look forward to seeing the new, A Star is Born. Thanks for the recommendation.
HP I especially like the last one. Thanks.
Phillip

I'm not a fan of either actor - but in fairness, that was an excellent movie. Very well done.
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Re: The Life of the Outlaw
« Reply #24 on: September 20, 2019, 02:16:29 am »

Member with that recommendation, I look forward to seeing the new, A Star is Born. Thanks for the recommendation.
HP I especially like the last one. Thanks.
Phillip

I'm not a fan of either actor - but in fairness, that was an excellent movie. Very well done.

Alan, I watch so little TV, I don't know ANYTHING about them. I would not know one from the other. Maybe I am on the dark side of the moon! Haa Haa  :cheesy:

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Re: The Life of the Outlaw
« Reply #25 on: October 15, 2019, 06:20:15 pm »
While we are on music;

This is Ashley Campbell and Carl Jackson. Carl is from right here in Mississippi. (Louisville)  He played with Glen Campbell since he was 17. Banjo, Guitar, and I think fiddle.  Ashley is Glens daughter. I figured this might be a pleasant addition to yalls day.



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