Legendary actor, Charles Bronson, was born Charles Dennis Buchinsky on Nov 3, 1921 in Ehrenfeld, Pennsylvania. Bronson died at the age of 81 on Aug 30, 2003 in Los Angeles, CA .
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Day 3 of Noirvember: Happy Birthday,By shadowsandsatin on Nov 3, 2019 From Shadows and Satin
If you know anything at all about , it?s probably as the craggy-faced, mustachioed actor whose primary claim to fame was his performances as a vigilante in movies like Death Wish (1974) and its four sequels. But prior to the crag and before the mustache, Bronson was known as Charles B... Read full article
The 4 Movie Collection On Blu-ray From Mill Creek (Part Two)By Dan Day Jr. on May 5, 2018 From The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog
Yesterday I reviewed one of the two discs in the " 4 Movie Collection" Blu-ray set from Mill Creek. Today I'll look at the other one, which features THE STONE KILLER and THE VALACHI PAPERS. THE STONE KILLER This movie is a perfect representation of a 1970s violent , gritty, urban cr... Read full article
The 4 Movie Collection On Blu-ray From Mill Creek (Part One)By Dan Day Jr. on May 4, 2018 From The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog
Mill Creek brings out another bang for your buck home video release with the two disc "--4 Movie Collection" Blu-ray set. Most shopping sites are selling it now for around $10. The set features four films made during the 1970s, the period when became a true leading ma... Read full article
The Five Best PerformancesBy Rick29 on Nov 5, 2012 From Classic Film & TV Cafe
During the early 1970s, was the biggest star in the world--well, pretty much everywhere except the U.S. However, he quickly attracted the attention of American studios and became a boxoffice attraction stateside with films like Death Wish, St. Ives, and Telefon. Before his unexpected... Read full article
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Pancho Villa: What?
Lee Arnold: [motions to Fierro] I want to blow his brains out.
Pancho Villa: I don't think he'll let you do that.
Lee Arnold: Well, then let these men go.
Pancho Villa: All right. How many?
Lee Arnold: How man... all of them! Their officers are dead; they can't hurt you; they don't want to fight any more.
Pancho Villa: No. Just one.
Lee Arnold: One?
Pancho Villa: One. Pick him! Go on, gringo. It's your chance to save one life. Go ahead.
Lee Arnold: [to Fierro] You pick him.
Rodolfo Fierro: [to guards] Let one go!
[they watch as one Colorado vaults the wall]
Joseph T. Wladislaw: I wish I could read this. I think it's dirty.
Rodolfo Fierro: Who cooked this?
Ramirez: Me, Jefe.
Rodolfo Fierro: No, you didn't!
Ramirez: No, I didn't.
Rodolfo Fierro: COOK IT!
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