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"You brought two too many." UNFORGETABLE LINES FROM CLASSIC WESTERNS William Russell
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Perfect Bound
This book covers some famous lines/quotations from well-known Westerns as ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST and who uttered them.
CHARLES BRONSON His Westerns William Russell
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Size: 6" x 9"
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Featuring the westerns of Charles Bronson focusing on the classic line he uttered as he faced the three gunmen (Jack Elam, Woody Strode, and Al Mulock) sent to eliminate him in the opening scene of the classic Western, ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST. In addition to a fairly bio on Bronson's Westerns, there are short bios on Elam, Strode, and Mulock, plus some famous lines from other classic Westerns. - William Russell
COMBAT BOOTS Tales of the Military by William Russell
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Size: 8" x 10"
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ISBN: 9781620309407
With war raging in Vietnam, soldiers along the Korean Demilitarized Zone were fighting their own battles, forgotten and unknown to the American public. Murder at the DMZ is one of the gripping narratives in Combat Boots…a collection of stories that focuses on military life during the “cold war” period following World War II, to the “hot” wars that erupted in the early fifties on the Korean peninsula and in French Indochina at a place called Dien Bien Phu. It was the emergence of America’s long and costly struggle in Southeast Asia.
TEN SECONDS OVER DIEN BIEN PHU William Russell
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
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ISBN: 9781620306000
In TEN SECONDS OVER DIEN BIEN PHU," the author introduces readers to the real story of American civilian pilots, including the colorful and famed "Earthquake" McGoon, who volunteer to fly desperately needed supplies to the gallant but besieged French Union Forces at Dien Bien Phu in Indochina in 1954. In this excerpt from Russell' novel, PURVIS'S WARS, the author's protagonist, Sgt. Ken Purvis, is a former U.S. Army correspondent, back from Korea in 1953 and assigned to a boring desk job. Turned down by the U.S. military to be assigned to Indochina, Purvis takes annual leave and arrives in Indochina posing as a reporter only to find himself in trouble with certain "mysterious" elements ...
The Filming of "The Bank Robbery" and Other Selections on the Western Genre William Russell & Bobby J. Copeland
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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In this 200 page book, the author has presented an in-depth review of a movie made in 1907 in Cache, Oklahoma, entitled simply "The Bank Robbery." It features a former inept outlaw named Al Jennings, turned actor, and a posse of lawmen led by the famed William (Bill) Tilghman. It also covers other movies filmed in and around Cache. Also included in this work are other articles on the Western and its actors and characters featuring several by noted film historian/author Bobby J. Copeland. Many illustrations.
The Ghost Rider of Tower Rock A Western Mystery William Russell
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Size: 4.25" x 6.87"
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A ghostly figure rides across the plains near a towering rock outcrop, terrifying anyone from coming near it. It is believed to be the ghost of Hiram Moore who is said to have a treasure buried nearby, saving it for Jeanne, his heir. Along with her new cowboy friend, Jerry, they are able to solve the mystery.
ZORRO Takes Over! William Russell
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Size: 4.25" x 6.87"
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An exciting dramatization of the popular and classic 1937 Republic serial, "Zorro Rides Again," starring John Carroll and Yakima Canutt (behind the mask) with dialog and many illustrations from the serial. The book is as exciting as the story is portrayed on screen.