TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «SHOOTIST»
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SHOOTIST»
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The Bison Books edition includes a new introduction by the author’s son, Miles Swarthout, in which he discusses his father’s work and the making of the legendary film.
Glendon Fred Swarthout, 2011
The Home Schooled Shootist
: Training to Fight with a Carbine
A video preview showing limited examples of exercises found within the book can be found here: http: //www.youtube.com/watch?v=UfzkOIFL7gM. This book is divided into three basic sections: 1.
: Best of John Wayne Collection
Afflicted with a terminal illness, John Bernard Books (John Wayne), the last of the legendary gunfighters, quietly returns to Carson City for medical attention from his old friend Dr. Hostetler (James Stewart).
Paramount Home Entertainment, 2001
The Adventures of Cinema Dave in the Florida Motion Picture ...
Shootist. Returns. (5/11/2006) After a thirty year of absence, John Wayne returns
to the big screen for the Season Finale of “Literary Cinema” at the Broward
County Main Library Auditorium this Saturday afternoon at 1:00 pm. Admission is
Recycled Culture in Contemporary Art and Film: The Uses of ...
Starring John Wayne, The Shootist is classifiable as a nostalgia film because it
returns to a largely outmoded genre, and because it does so with a sense of
regret at its passing. But this politically conservative film also incorporates a
sense of ...
Miles Swarthout's The Last Shootist is the sequel to one of the most famous Westerns ever written, and concludes the tale of a junior shootist’s coming-of-age in a dazzling gunfight in a deadly pimp’s whorehouse, as a trio of fiery ...
Miles Hood Swarthout, 2014
The Home Schooled Shootist
: Training to Fight with a Carbine:
This work is an instruction guide for intermediate to advanced shooters.
Joe Nobody, E.T. Ivester, D. Allen, 2012
Dreamin' of Grass Valley
Chapter. 2. Prize. for. a. Shootist. Max's. version was somewhat slanted from what
really happened. Here's the real story. In the early spring of 1874, Big Jim von
Reinhoff and Maximum Lee Epps had gotten the wonder lust and took to hooves.
Nellie Sanders persuades her uncle, a renowned botanist, to allow her to join an expedition to the Sawtooth Valley in Idaho Territory in 1872.
Falcon MacCallister couldn't duck his father's legacy as a shootist in the wild west-and he's never tried to. A man who lives between two worlds, Falcon has a reputation of his own and it's about to plunge him into a different kind of war.
William W. Johnstone, 2011
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «SHOOTIST»
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A look back at John Wayne's 'The Shootist'
A look back at John Wayne's 'The Shootist' ... John Wayne and Lauren Bacall starred in the dramatic western, "The Shootist," the Duke's last movie. «Parkersburg News, Jul 15»
HAILE: 'Shootist' dies under wagon wheels
Clay Allison, the two-gun time bomb who called himself a “shootist,” died on June 30, 1887 not from a bullet but under the wheels of his own wagon. There were ... «Seguin Gazette-Enterprise, Jun 15»
River Junction Shootist Society
The River Junction Shootist Society, based out of Donegal, holds a Spaghetti Western Event on Saturday. The organization reenacts western movies and holds ... «Daily American Online, Jun 15»
John Wayne Museum now open in Winterset
“And then we have (an) eight-and-a-half motion picture that highlights John Wayne's career, from his early days all the way 'til his last movie, 'The Shootist'.”. «Radio Iowa, May 15»
11 things to see in the John Wayne museum
The panels from the bar in the final scene in Wayne's last movie, "The Shootist." • One of the eye patches he wore as Rooster Cogburn in "True Grit.". «DesMoinesRegister.com, May 15»
Film Review: The Shootist
No, John Wayne wasn't dying when he made The Shootist, which plays this Sunday and Wednesday at 10a.m. at the Prytania Theater. The old man had been ... «NOLA Defender, Nov 14»
A sequel to The Shootist, the John Wayne movie filmed in Carson City, might seem unlikely since the title character played by Wayne died at the end of the story. «Reno News & Review, Oct 14»
Susquenita grad scores a bull's-eye as college shootist
TOP SHOT -- Luke Johnson, a 2014 graduate of Susquenita High School, peers through the scope of his .22 caliber rifle. The Marysville resident has set eight ... «Penn Live, Jul 14»
The Krebs-Peterson mansion, which recently celebrated its 100th anniversary, was the house used for the 1976 film "The Shootist" shot here in Carson City. «Nevada Appeal, Jul 14»
RON HOWARD INTERVIEWED BY BRIAN WILLIAMS; A CINEMA …
He was picked up at the airport in Carson City, Nevada by "The Shootist" ... with John Wayne in the Duke's final film, the 1976 Western classic The Shootist. «Cinema Retro, May 14»