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Black Bart (1948) was a Action - Crime Film directed by George Sherman and produced by Leonard Goldstein.

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Throwing A Wet Blanket On A Blazing Saddle – It’s The Pilot For The Unsold Black Bart TV Series (1975)

By Michael on Feb 20, 2014 From Durnmoose Movie Musings

Why? Really, just… why? Why try to spin a TV show out of a hit comedy film like Blazing Saddles when you can’t use any of the elements that made to film so original and funny? And why am I sharing it with you now? I’ll admit, most of the time I would file this kind of thing under t... Read full article


Throwing A Wet Blanket On A Blazing Saddle – It’s The Pilot For The Unsold Black Bart TV Series (1975)

By Michael on Feb 20, 2014 From Durnmoose Movie Musings

Why? Really, just… why? Why try to spin a TV show out of a hit comedy film like Blazing Saddles when you can’t use any of the elements that made to film so original and funny? And why am I sharing it with you now? I’ll admit, most of the time I would file this kind of thing under t... Read full article


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Lance Hardeen: You don't seem to be nervous traveling alone.
Lola Montez: Should I be?
Lance Hardeen: This is dangerous country for a woman traveling alone.
Lola Montez: I've never been in one that wasn't.


Clark: I've got an idea that's bigger than anything you've ever heard. It'll take time... and it'll take brains.
Charles E. Boles: I got plenty of time.


Clark: Are you in trouble?
Charles E. Boles: In Nevada and everywhere east of there I am. Here, I'm all right.


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Also directed by George Sherman




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Also released in 1948




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