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Ambush (1950) was a Western - Black-and-white Film directed by Sam Wood and produced by Sam Wood and Armand Deutsch.

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Western RoundUp: Ambush at Cimarron Pass (1958)

By Laura Grieve on Apr 29, 2022 From Classic Movie Hub Blog

Western RoundUp: Ambush at Cimarron Pass (1958) Ambush at Cimarron Pass (1958) movie poster A frequently seen theme in the Western film genre is a disparate band of travelers banding together against a common foe, most often Indians. One of the most famous Westerns featuring this theme is J... Read full article


Pic of the Day: “Ambush” revisited

By Marisa on Nov 30, 2015 From The Timothy Carey Experience

We have a theme this week, and it’s “Timothy in color.” So let’s get the ball rolling with “Ambush,” the episode of Kung Fu that was first aired on April 4, 1975. Grumpy outlaw Bix Courtney is, well, grumpy. This episode was one of the earliest instances in which... Read full article


Pic of the Day: “Ambush” revisited

By Marisa on May 12, 2015 From The Timothy Carey Experience

Kicking off the week is another look at Bix Courtney, the ill-tempered outlaw of the Kung Fu episode “Ambush.” It was first broadcast on April 4, 1975. Here he confronts series star David Carradine. The son of legendary character actor John Carradine (also in this episode), David created... Read full article


Pic of the Day: “Ambush” revisited

By Marisa on Jan 1, 2015 From The Timothy Carey Experience

Happy New Year, everybody! Let’s kick off 2015 by taking another look at the Kung Fu episode “Ambush,” first airing on April 4, 1975. Grumpy outlaw Bix Courtney is after a stash of silver in the possession of saloon owner Jennie Malone (Rhonda Fleming). One of the most beautiful a... Read full article


Pic of the Day: “Ambush” revisited (5)

By Marisa on Mar 7, 2014 From The Timothy Carey Experience

Better late than never, today’s pic comes to us from the Kung Fu episode “Ambush”. It first aired on April 4, 1975. While waiting with his gang to track down a stash of silver, Timothy’s grumpy outlaw Bix Courtney decides to be just plain rude to blind preacher Serenity Johns... Read full article


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Quotes from

Ward Kinsman: You sure must need those ten big dollars a day the Army paid you to come up here.
Frank Holly: I got a sick wife.
Ward Kinsman: It beats a sick widow!


Lt. Linus Delaney: Well, I never thought I'd see the day.
Ward Kinsman: That's the point, isn't it? To live to see the day.


[Frank and Ward contemplate descending a near vertical hillside]
Frank Holly: Has a horse ever been down through there before?
Ward Kinsman: A horse has got too much sense to try.


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