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 Welcome to the Six-Gun Justice Speed Listen #3--Western Fanzines. In this installment, host Paul Bishop tracks down the best in Western fiction magazines, non-fiction magazines, and Western fanzines.Speed Listens are bi-weekly mini-podcast installments (15 minutes or less) recorded in support of the full-length Six-Gun Justice episodes. Regular co-hosts Paul Bishop and Richard Prosch trade off hosting Speed Listen installments while continuing to host the regular Six-Gun Justice Podcast episodes together...Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=suROpN0f2hQhThddyTchkgR4CytqmFW705g1jNJV3rCDT8OLxSCXKbf8j0oyifmCvb3fAW&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)
Episode Four of the Six-Gun Justice Podcast finds co-hosts Paul Bishop and Richard Prosch talking about the new crop of western writers who are using the World Wide Web to great advantage.01:01 — Paul shares his experience at the Los Angeles Vintage Paperback Book Show.03:58 — Paul and Rich discuss the Whitman TV tie-in books.06:00 — Rich talks about Whitman’s 1954 entry, Rin-Tin-Tin’s Rinty.07:16 — Rich tells listeners about indie authors Bill Joiner, Ken Farmer, and Dean Wesley Smith09:47— Paul shares two terrific titles by Bill Pronzini 11:00 — The Gold Rush of Western Indie E-Books13:44 — Paul and Rich trade off with some favorite writers including Vonn McKee, Scott Harris, David Edgerley Gates, and Lane Warensky.21:57 — Paul introduces listeners to B. N. Rundell24:25 — Rich reviews the short-lived television series, Shane, based on the Jack Schaefer novel starring David Carradine.25:25 —Paul discovers Tim Conway’s Rango 26:57 —Shoot-outs and Shout-outsComing up in Episode Five: Western Icon Louis L’Amour premiering Monday, April 6, 2020.Inspiration for Sixgun Justice comes from the good guys at the Paperback Warrior podcast: http://www.paperbackwarrior.comSpecial thanks to the Voices of the West Podcast and the Steve McQueen-centric podcast, Speeding Bullitt.A Word on Westerns at YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/AlgonquinCowboySixgun Justice Westerns is on Facebook, and you can visit our flagship web site for news, reviews, and features at: https://www.sixgunjustice.com Be sure to check out the new Quiz Feature.Support us at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sixgunjusticePlease drop us an email at: sixgunjusticewesterns@gmail.comThanks to our sponsor, Wolfpack Publishing, and all our friends and listeners. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=suROpN0f2hQhThddyTchkgR4CytqmFW705g1jNJV3rCDT8OLxSCXKbf8j0oyifmCvb3fAW&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)
SIX-GUN JUSTICE PODCAST—SPEED LISTEN #2JOHN WAYNE'S LONE STAR MOVIESWelcome to the second Six-Gun Justice Speed Listen installment. Speed Listens are occasional, down and dirty, mini-podcast installments of 15 minutes or less recorded in support of the full-length Six-Gun Justice episodes. Regular co-hosts Paul Bishop and Richard Prosch trade off Speed Listen presenting duties while continuing to host the regular Six-Gun Justice Podcast episodes together.This Speed Listen installment of the Six-Gun Justice Podcast dodges bullets to ride behind the scenes of John Wayne's early Lone Star Westerns...Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=suROpN0f2hQhThddyTchkgR4CytqmFW705g1jNJV3rCDT8OLxSCXKbf8j0oyifmCvb3fAW&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)
Co-hosts Paul Bishop and Richard Prosch launch into an in depth discussion of current western writers living up to the reputations of the icons from the past...01:18 — Paul and Rich share a few reviews, including Muskrat Hill by Easy Jackson, the Australian TV-show, Mystery Road, Where the Wildflowers Dance by Phil Mills, Jr.06:22 —What was the first western book Rich ever read?07:53 —What western titles did Paul read first?10:31 -Paul reviews O’Rourke’s Revenge and Whiskey When We’re Dry.12:22— Paul and Rich go beyond the usual suspects of Louis L’Amour and Max Brand to shine a light on contemporary western writers who are dominating traditional Western publishing.14:00 — A look at the William W. Johnstone titles.16:09 — Where to start reading Johnstone?17:54 — Paul’s Ralph Compton title recommendations.19:29 — Rich and Paul visit about their own personal histories in the cowboy way.22:58 —Paul and Rich go back and forth, sharing their favorite western writers and their best books.28:15 — More western memories.32:40 —Shoot-outs and Shout-outsSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=suROpN0f2hQhThddyTchkgR4CytqmFW705g1jNJV3rCDT8OLxSCXKbf8j0oyifmCvb3fAW&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)
Welcome to the very first Six-Gun Justice Speed Listen installment. Speed Listens are occasional short podcast installments in support of our full-length Six-Gun Justice episodes. There is no set release schedule for Speed Listen installments, but regular co-hosts Paul Bishop and Richard Prosch will trade off presenting duties when the opportunities for Speed Listens arise while continuing to host the regular podcast episodes together. This Speed Listen installment of the Six-Gun Justice Podcast dodges bullets to ride behind the scenes of The Magnificent Seven...Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=suROpN0f2hQhThddyTchkgR4CytqmFW705g1jNJV3rCDT8OLxSCXKbf8j0oyifmCvb3fAW&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)
On Episode Two of the Six-Gun Justice Podcast, co-hosts Paul Bishop and Richard Prosch share their latest adventures in western reading and offer up their views on two iconic movies as they discuss the pros, cons, and comparisons between The Magnificent Seven and The Wild Bunch...01:20 — Rich and Paul talk about the latest batch of western books they’re reading, including a new short story anthology, vintage titles by Brian Garfield, reference books on Rawhide, Wagon Train, The Wild Wild West, and a unique western paperback checklist.05:41 — Paul and Rich engage in a free-wheeling conversation comparing and contrasting The Magnificent Seven (1960) and The Wild Bunch (1969).09:08 — Paul’s summary of The Magnificent Seven10:35 — Rich’s summary of The Wild Bunch11:31 — Discussing director Sam Peckinpah 14:00 — Reviewing the bridge explosion scene in The Wild Bunch16:50 — Looking at the portrayal of women and children in both films18:32 — The importance of each film at the time of its release--and now24:58 —Rich reviews Champagne Cowboys by Leo W. Banks27:04: Paul reviews Gun Glory by R.A. JonesComing up in Episode Three: The New West (Part 1) premiering Monday, March 16, 2020.Inspiration for Six-Gun Justice comes from the good guys at the Paperback Warrior podcast: http://www.paperbackwarrior.com Six-Gun Justice Westerns is on Facebook, and you can visit our flagship web site for news, reviews, and features at: https://www.sixgunjustice.comSupport us at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sixgunjusticePlease drop us an email at: sixgunjusticewesterns@gmail.comThanks to our sponsor, Wolfpack Publishing, and all our friends and listeners. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=suROpN0f2hQhThddyTchkgR4CytqmFW705g1jNJV3rCDT8OLxSCXKbf8j0oyifmCvb3fAW&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)
The first official episode finds hosts Paul Bishop and Richard Prosch visiting about book store finds, sharing reviews and discussing Paul’s favorite western, The Cowboy and the Cossack by Clair Huffaker.02:00 — Rich describes a recent visit to Springfield, Missouri’s Half-Price Bookstore and shares his finds. Books mentioned include The Comancheros by Paul Wellman, Jim Steel #6—Aztec Gold by Chet Cunningham, and the Fury series by Jim Austin, a.k.a. James Reasoner and L. J. Washburn.06:36 — Paul continues the conversation with the show’s main feature, an overview of The Cowboy and the Cossack, the story of a 19th century cattle drive across the Siberian trail.10:28 — Why no movie version? Paul explains, and Rich mentions Huffaker’s work on The War Wagon.12:01 — Rich reviews The Sons of Philo Gaines by Michael R. Ritt.16:06 — Paul and Rich discuss Western Fictioneers16:58 — Paul reviews Hot Lead Cold Justice by Mickey Spillane and Max Allan Collins.The episode finishes up with Paul and Rich trading their current reading list and chatting about the Owlhoot APA.Thanks to John Kilgallon for being our first Patreon member.Episode Two: The Magnificent Seven Vs. The Wild Bunch will premiere Monday, February 7th, 2020.Learn more about Western Fictioneers: http://www.westernfictioneers.com and https://westernfictioneers.blogspot.com True West magazine: https://www.truewestmagazine.comInspiration for Sixgun Justice comes from the good guys at the Paperback Warrior podcast: http://www.paperbackwarrior.comSixgun Justice Westerns is on Facebook, and you can visit our flagship web site for news, reviews, and features at: https://www.sixgunjustice.comSupport us at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sixgunjusticePlease drop us an email at: sixgunjusticewesterns@gmail.comThanks to our sponsor, Wolfpack Publishing, and all our friends and listeners.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=suROpN0f2hQhThddyTchkgR4CytqmFW705g1jNJV3rCDT8OLxSCXKbf8j0oyifmCvb3fAW&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)
In this introductory episode, hosts Paul Bishop and Richard Prosch talk about the inspiration and goals for the podcast while offering up their favorite western genre authors, TV shows, and movies.The free-wheeling conversation offers quick takes on writers Steve Frazee, Louis L’Amour, Ben Haas, Clair Huffaker, Frank O’Rourke, Mari Sandoz and others. Paul shares his love for The Magnificent Seven, The Professionals, Steve McQueen in Wanted: Dead or Alive, and Clint Walker in Cheyenne. Rich opines on Ride the High Country, The Outlaw Josie Wales, Maverick, and is challenged on The Rifleman. Episode One: West of the Imagination will premiere Monday, February 24, 2020.Help out a western TV legend at The Johnny Crawford Alzheimer’s Fund: https://tinyurl.com/wtykt7oBe sure to pick up the single best western fanzine ever, Justin Marriott’s Hot Lead: https://amzn.to/2GhShZR_Inspiration for Sixgun Justice comes from the good guys at the Paperback Warrior podcast: http://www.paperbackwarrior.comSixgun Justice Westerns is on Facebook, and you can visit our flagship web site for news, reviews, and features at: https://www.sixgunjustice.comSupport us at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sixgunjusticePlease drop us an email at: sixgunjusticewesterns@gmail.comThanks to our sponsor, Wolfpack Publishing, and all our friends and listeners. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=suROpN0f2hQhThddyTchkgR4CytqmFW705g1jNJV3rCDT8OLxSCXKbf8j0oyifmCvb3fAW&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)
Stuart Rosebrook, Ph.D is a true son of the American West. Currently the editor of True West magazine, he grew up in North Hollywood, California, but spent the summers of his youth at the Orme’s Quarter Circle V-Bar Ranch Camp in northern Arizona. He has been a featured writer for Arizona Highways, Ranch and Reata, American Cowboy and Camera & Darkroom.  He was also a commentator for the John Wayne 100th Birthday DVD Edition of True Grit. Most recently he assisted his late father Jeb Rosebrook publish his memoir, Junior Bonner: The Making of a Classic with Sam Peckinpah and Steve McQueen in the Summer of 1971. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=suROpN0f2hQhThddyTchkgR4CytqmFW705g1jNJV3rCDT8OLxSCXKbf8j0oyifmCvb3fAW&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)
In this Speed Listen installment of the Six-Gun Justice Podcast, Paul tells you everything you need to know about the Western TV series Lancer, the Lancer tie-in novel, and the ongoing scandal in the world of Lancer fan fiction—all in under fifteen minutes...give or take. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=suROpN0f2hQhThddyTchkgR4CytqmFW705g1jNJV3rCDT8OLxSCXKbf8j0oyifmCvb3fAW&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)
In this Six-Gun Justice Conversation segment, Paul talks with Spaghetti Western maven Mike Hauss, the man behind the just released Spaghetti Westerns Volume 1 and Spaghetti Westerns Volume 2, and the all new quarterly Spaghetti Western Digest. It's time to squint your eyes........move your little black cheroot from one side of your mouth to the other...........listen to the ticking of your pocket watch........and........go for your guns!Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=suROpN0f2hQhThddyTchkgR4CytqmFW705g1jNJV3rCDT8OLxSCXKbf8j0oyifmCvb3fAW&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)
In episode 16, Six-Gun Justice Podcast co-hosts Paul Bishop and Richard Prosch go to Italy, Spain, and France to get a primer on Spaghetti Westerns, Paella Westerns, Baguette Westerns, and all the flavorful Euro-westerns inbetween...01:57 — Fan feedback on How the West Was Fun04:16 — Peter Ackerman’s Cat Ballou TV Pilot story07:40 — Paul and Rich rundown the origins of the Spaghetti Western12:50 — The Dollars Trilogy17:24 — Clint Eastwood and American Stars anchor the films18:02 — Lee Van Cleef embraces the genre21:17 — Where were the Spaghetti Westerns filmed?21:54 — Rich and Paul talk Sergio Corbucci, Franko Nero, and others23:00 — Zapata Westerns: poverty and revolution rule the day24:48 — Once Upon a Time in the West26:33 — Leone’s unique collaboration with Ennio Morricone29:20 — Comedy rides in to save the day with the Trinity films33:37 — Baguette Westerns35:00 — The Spaghetti Western Hall of Shame36:04 — Shoot-Outs and Shout-OutsThanks to sponsors, Wolfpack Publishing, Author Chris Enss, and the Western Writers of America. Thanks too to WWA’s Roundup magazine for helping us get the word out about the Six-Gun Justice PodcastSupport us at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sixgunjusticePlease drop us an email at: sixgunjusticewesterns@gmail.comAs ever, thanks to all our friends and listeners. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=suROpN0f2hQhThddyTchkgR4CytqmFW705g1jNJV3rCDT8OLxSCXKbf8j0oyifmCvb3fAW&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)
Rich visits with Western writers Johnny D. Boggs. Johnny has won eight Spur Awards from Western Writers of America, a Western Heritage Wrangler Award from the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, and has been called by Booklist magazine "among the best western writers at work today." Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=suROpN0f2hQhThddyTchkgR4CytqmFW705g1jNJV3rCDT8OLxSCXKbf8j0oyifmCvb3fAW&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)
Owen Wister (1860 - 1938) is often considered the father of western fiction because of his early novels, Lin McLean (1897) and The Virginian (1902). In this episode, Rich reviews Wister's writing life with special attention to How the West was Written, Ron Scheer's three-volume collection of book reviews and blog posts.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=suROpN0f2hQhThddyTchkgR4CytqmFW705g1jNJV3rCDT8OLxSCXKbf8j0oyifmCvb3fAW&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)
In this Six-gun Justice Conversation, Paul chats with Spur award winning wordslinger Carol Crigger about life growing up on an Indian reservation, her China Bohannon novels, and her new novel, Hereafter...   Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=suROpN0f2hQhThddyTchkgR4CytqmFW705g1jNJV3rCDT8OLxSCXKbf8j0oyifmCvb3fAW&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)
Paul and Rich ride out to rope some funny with their take on comedy westerns from laugh out loud funny to complete failures without a single laugh.02:09 — Paul and Rich introduce The Legend of the Black Rose from Wolfpack Publishing03:01 — Rich shares his good fortune at receiving a treasure trove of Western books and ephemera08:06 — Paul and Rich discuss Robert E. Howard’s Breckinridge Elkins stories10:08 — A look at W.C. Tuttle’s Sheriff Henry and Jack Bickham’s Wildcat O’Shea13:22 — Sharing the H.H. Lomax books by Preston Lewis14:00 — Rich talks Buster Keaton’s The Paleface (1922)15:00 — Paul and Buster Keaton Go West (1925)16:16 — The story behind The General (1926)17:35 —  Laurel and Hardy follow the stars Way Out West (1937)19:14 — The Paleface (1948) and The Son of Paleface (1952) with Bob Hope and Jane Russell20:00 — The Shakiest Gun in the West (1968)20:50 — Paul’s review of Support Your Local Sheriff (1969)22:27 — Rich and Paul take a look at Cat Ballou (1965) and its TV pilots25:04 — Rich rides to Fort Courage to visit F-Troop (1965 - 1967)28:40 — Paul spends a real-life week in the saddle, so can relate to City Slickers (1991)31:05 — What do we think about Shang-hai Noon (2000)?32:42 — Paul is pleasantly surprised by Rango (2011)34:10 — Disney’s era of family-oriented comic western adventures.36:22 — But what about Blazing Saddles (1974)?39:27 — Paul declares A Million Ways to Die in the West (2014) dead on arrival. 40:40 — Shoot-Outs and Shout-OutsThanks to sponsors, Wolfpack Publishing, Author Chris Enss, and the Western Writers of America. Thanks too to WWA’s Roundup magazine for helping us get the word out about the Six-Gun Justice PodcastSupport us at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sixgunjusticePlease drop us an email at: sixgunjusticewesterns@gmail.comAs ever, thanks to all our friends and listeners. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=suROpN0f2hQhThddyTchkgR4CytqmFW705g1jNJV3rCDT8OLxSCXKbf8j0oyifmCvb3fAW&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)
Rich visits with C. Courtney Joyner -- a screenwriter and director with over 25 produced movies to his credit. A graduate of USC his latest screenwriting work is COP WAR with Sheldon Lettich and a biography of the outlaw Belle Starr.Joyner's novel-length western fiction includes creating the SHOTGUN series for Pinnacle books: SHOTGUN, SHOTGUN: THE BLEEDING GROUND, BUSHWHACKED: THE BLOODY SAGA OF JOHN "SHOTGUN" BISHOP, SHOTGUN: THESE VIOLENT TIMES, and the upcoming SHOTGUN: BULLET KISSED. Joyner's short fictions can be found in the anthologies LAW OF THE GUN, BEAT TO A PULP, FISTFUL OF LEGENDS, THE TRADITIONAL WEST, SIX GUNS AND SLAY BELLS, HELL COMES TO HOLLYWOOD, and others. His story "Two Bit Kill" from LAW OF THE GUN was nominated for a Peacemaker Award by the Western Fictioneers as Best Short Story of 2010, while "Christmas for Evangeline" from SIX GUNS AND SLAY BELLS was nominated for the same award in 2013. In 2014, SHOTGUN was nominated for a Peacemaker as Best First Novel. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=suROpN0f2hQhThddyTchkgR4CytqmFW705g1jNJV3rCDT8OLxSCXKbf8j0oyifmCvb3fAW&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)
In this Speed Listen installment of the Six-Gun Justice Podcast, Paul takes you down a rabbit hole to discover the identities of the western wordslingers behind the mask of the Alex Hawk pseudonym used on a series of paperback original western adventures between 1968 and 1971... Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=suROpN0f2hQhThddyTchkgR4CytqmFW705g1jNJV3rCDT8OLxSCXKbf8j0oyifmCvb3fAW&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)
In this Six-gun Justice Conversation, Paul chats with his friend, Western wordslinger Terrence McCauley, author of the Aaron Mackey westerns and several new titles under the renewed Ralph Compton banner...Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=suROpN0f2hQhThddyTchkgR4CytqmFW705g1jNJV3rCDT8OLxSCXKbf8j0oyifmCvb3fAW&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)
In this episode of the Six-Gun Justice Podcast, Paul and Rich posse up to track down the best of the rooting, tooting, fumbling, bumbling, high voiced, lazy-eyed, horse faced, Western sidekicks to ever ride the range in movies and on TV... 03:09 — Rich reviews Rick O’ Shay, Hipshot, and Me by Stan Lynde 6:30 — Christmas comes in July for Paul with podcast stats and the story of Jim Baird’s Western TV and Movie Tie-In collection. 10:04 — A history of the trusty sidekick.  15:40 — Tonto: the Wild One who friended the Lone Ranger 19:19 — Gene Autry’s pal, Frog, aka: Smiley Burnett 23:38 — Pat Brady takes the stage—and don’t forget Nelly Belle 25:30 —Chill Wills had a hot showbiz career, in more ways than one 28:35 — Andy Devine and Jack Elam: turning physical handicaps into valuable characteristics 32:00 — Slim Pickens: The Gabby Hayes of the ‘60s and ‘70s 34:06 — Pat Buttram steps in 36:19 — Ken Curtis: From Colorado to Hollywood’s Dodge City 38:20 — Leo Carillo’s California roots stretch far beyond the Cisco Kid 41:19 — Possibly the Most Famous Western sidekick of all time: Gabby Hayes 43:43 — Paul and Rich pay tribute to the four-legged co-stars 50:36 — Shoot-outs and Shout-outs — Pat Brady sings “Hot Lead” in Bells of San Angelo — https://youtu.be/Asw2nsIwnkQ Thanks to sponsors, Wolfpack Publishing, Author Chris Enss, and the Western Writers of America.  Thanks too to WWA’s Roundup magazine for helping us get the word out about the Six-Gun Justice Podcast Support us at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sixgunjustice Please drop us an email at: sixgunjusticewesterns@gmail.com As ever, thanks to all our friends and listeners. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=suROpN0f2hQhThddyTchkgR4CytqmFW705g1jNJV3rCDT8OLxSCXKbf8j0oyifmCvb3fAW&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)
Chris Enss is a scriptwriter and comedienne who has written for television, film, and performed on cruise ships and on stage. She has worked with award-winning musicians, writers, directors, producers, and as a screenwriter for Tricor Entertainment, but her passion is for telling the stories of the men and women who shaped the history and mythology of the American West. Chris is the current president of the Western Writers of America. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=suROpN0f2hQhThddyTchkgR4CytqmFW705g1jNJV3rCDT8OLxSCXKbf8j0oyifmCvb3fAW&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)
Rich takes a look at the 1996 TNT Western series starring Robert Urich as an amnesiac who may have played a mysterious part in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=suROpN0f2hQhThddyTchkgR4CytqmFW705g1jNJV3rCDT8OLxSCXKbf8j0oyifmCvb3fAW&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)
In this Six-Gun Justice Conversation, Paul gets to chew the jerky with his long time trail par'd Steve Mertz, the author of numerous novels including his latest, North Of Tombstone...Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=suROpN0f2hQhThddyTchkgR4CytqmFW705g1jNJV3rCDT8OLxSCXKbf8j0oyifmCvb3fAW&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)
In Episode Thirteen of the Six-Gun Justice Podcast, join Paul and Rich as they do the 'hero strut' on the way to a deadly confrontation with Wyatt Earp and the legends, myths, and facts surrounding the gunfight at the O.K. Corral...And they are bringing Hell with them, you hear me!02:34 — Rich reviews Killer’s Corral (1968) and Steel Jacket (1972) by Merle Constiner05:56 — Paul talks Stan Lynde and Latigo by Dean Owen06:50 — Paul and Rich hero strut straight into Tombstone08:04 — The history of the legend of Wyatt Earp and Stuart Lake’s novel: Wyatt Earp, Frontier Marshal15:06 — Rich talks Frontier Marshal (1939) starring Randolph Scott and Cesar Romero as Doc “Halliday”16:40 — Paul reviews Tombstone: The Town to Tough to Die (1942)…or is that “too tough to watch?”17:50 — Rich finds My Darling Clementine (1946) problematic21:12 — Paul looks at Burt Lancaster and Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (1957)22:51 — Nerd moment: Star Trek’s Spectre of the Gun (1968)23:28 — Rich revisits Sturges with the director’s revisit, Hour of the Gun (1967) and mentions Blake Edward’s Sunset (1988)26:50 — Paul rediscovers Doc, the unsung 1971 movie with Stacy Keach and Faye Dunaway.28:05 — Tombstone (1993) makes the scene, but…31:03 — Wyatt Earp (1994) suffers from a close comparison32:00 — Shoot-outs and Shout-outsWhat’s the Score? Hour of the Gun’s soundtrack reviewed: https://westernfictioneers.blogspot.com/2020/03/the-western-scores-hour-of-gun.htmlThanks to sponsors, Wolfpack Publishing, Author Chris Enss, and the Western Writers of America.  Thanks also to WWA’s Roundup magazine for helping us get the word out about the Six-Gun Justice PodcastSupport us at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sixgunjusticePlease drop us an email at: sixgunjusticewesterns@gmail.comAs ever, thanks to all our friends and listeners. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=suROpN0f2hQhThddyTchkgR4CytqmFW705g1jNJV3rCDT8OLxSCXKbf8j0oyifmCvb3fAW&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)
In this Six-Gun Justice Conversation segment, Paul talks with Preston Lewis, Spur winning author of the H.H. Lomax series and many other westerns...Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=suROpN0f2hQhThddyTchkgR4CytqmFW705g1jNJV3rCDT8OLxSCXKbf8j0oyifmCvb3fAW&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)
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Podcast Details

Created by
Paul Bishop & Richard Prosch
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Jan 24th, 2020
Latest Episode
Sep 23rd, 2020
Release Period
Daily
Seasons
1
Episodes
53
Avg. Episode Length
23 minutes
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No
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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