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ali wrote:
That is a great poem!  Love it.

I grew up on TV westerns.  In fact - I was watching one recently and there was a young man in it that looked familiar.  The name came up at the end - Beau Bridges.  
I'll go to IMDB right now and see if I can find the name and years of that show.
Well the only one's I can see that it could have been was Wagon Train or Rawhide.  1962 and 1963.  He would have been about 21?!

Yes, back in the day it was all westerns and I loved them.
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cordibaz
ali wrote:
That is a great poem!  Love it.

I grew up on TV westerns.  In fact - I was watching one recently and there was a young man in it that looked familiar.  The name came up at the end - Beau Bridges.  
I'll go to IMDB right now and see if I can find the name and years of that show.
Well the only one's I can see that it could have been was Wagon Train or Rawhide.  1962 and 1963.  He would have been about 21?!

Yes, back in the day it was all westerns and I loved them.
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cordibaz
Hi Ali
The film i based my poem on starred, GlennFord, Broderick Crawford, Sara Miles and Russ Tamblyn and was feature length, what is IMBD?
Baz.
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cordibaz
Hi Pinkie ,
Do you ever watch Casasblanca, it is another of my fav films and i watch it constantly.
Baz.
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ali
Imdb.com

It's a database of movies and television shows. Very extensive. You can look by actor, by year, by movie. 
Here is your movie below.



https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0049201/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_82
And God said "let there be light".
Then General Electric pushed him out of the way and the era of Corporate America was born to rule the universe.
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