See..I knew it was Yakima Canutt!...lol..I like that driving sequence at the begining of OUATIA...looks like something out of a 70s Drive-In Road picture.Once upon a time in Autumn,the middle Picture,right after Macon County Line,just before White Line Fever...
Buddy buddy!how DEE!...yeah well I love old movies and I couldn't really talk about them on the SW board..just like I can't talk about SW's here!..A Nun will appear and slap my tongue with a Ruler if I do..naaaww jus kidding :o).....Chaco from the SW board was the first one to jump in and greet me..make me feel right at home...:o)
Great question raymie! I'm going to guess and say... Charles Bronson? Have you visited the museum or indeed the Jimmy Stewart Sr. hardware store? Take a few snaps of the statue if you ever get a moment, would love to see it!
One and the same.Men that age with grace and wear maturity on there sleeve grow into the moniker of Raymond.I never grew up...just old so I am still a raymie.The years didn't make wisdom,just old age.With that picture you have of Lee Van Cleef,I reckoned we had rode the river and shared the same campfire.My hunch was correct.
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