“Each man has a song and this is my song.” (Leonard Cohen)
Custer lives The next screen Custer who came along was James Olson, who took the part in a Warner Bros TV adaptation of Douglas C
Custer as farce The Custer that came after Richard Mulligan’s in Little Big Man (link to our review) in 1970 was in some ways very
Silent Custer After Francis Ford’s Custer’s Last Fight in 1912 (click the link for our review), there was a comedy two years later, Colonel Custard’s
The Western as art film After no big-screen Westerns about Jesse James at all in the 1990s, we have already had three in this century.
Cole’s the boss It was inevitable, once the 1970s dawned, that revisionism would have a go at Jesse James. After all, pictures like Little Big
“While you finish preparing, I shall activate the artificial brain.” When you hear Dr Maria Frankenstein say that, you will probably want to de-activate your
Brat-pack Billy Every generation has to have a crack at the Billy the Kid legend, and in the late 1980s it was time for another