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Stagecoach, starring John Wayne
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Posted By: Bob Harris, 09-09-2014, 10:03 AM

Where have all the hero's gone.

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marvelous and creative composition bob.... dave m
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QuoteOriginally posted by Bob Harris Quote
Where have all the hero's gone.
These days with the internet, everyone would know they weren't really heroes.

Interesting Bob, boy oh boy, riding overland in one of those things must have been a killer.
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Very nice shot Bob. I didn't see the Overland Express when I was there. Shucks!

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These days with the internet, everyone would know they weren't really heroes
I wouldn't be so sure... there's a lot of "duff gen" on the web.
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These days with the internet, everyone would know they weren't really heroes.

Interesting Bob, boy oh boy, riding overland in one of those things must have been a killer.
QuoteOriginally posted by Kerrowdown Quote
I wouldn't be so sure... there's a lot of "duff gen" on the web.
John Wayne will always be a hero to me and I love those old Westerns when the internet didn't exist.
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when the internet didn't exist
Hey Bob, you must be older than you look, pre internet!
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Love the composition and treatment on this shot. Great job Bob!

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Hey Bob, you must be older than you look, pre internet!
I'm even older than Norm.
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It takes me back to the days of Lash LaRue, Hopalong Cassidy and The Cisco Kid. "Oh Cisco..... Oh Pancho!"

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Claire Trevor as the "lady of ill-repute" was more interesting to some of the audience...

Anyway, thanks for reminding all of us longer-standing members of the community of a great John Ford movie, Bob, with your nostalgic treatment of the old coach.
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Nice toning.
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That is very nice - Good share ....
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marvelous and creative composition bob.... dave m
thanks Dave, it was easy spotting this one, not a bad view from the trading post. Make sure and visit one day.

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QuoteOriginally posted by wtlwdwgn Quote
Very nice shot Bob. I didn't see the Overland Express when I was there. Shucks!
Steve, it's right at the Gouldings trading post and museum, now you're going to have to revisit

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Love the composition and treatment on this shot. Great job Bob!
thanks Tim, I tried in b/w but it didn't have the same feel as this tone. Glad you enjoyed the view here, an awesome place to visit.

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It takes me back to the days of Lash LaRue, Hopalong Cassidy and The Cisco Kid. "Oh Cisco..... Oh Pancho!"

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do you know I still have the Hopalong Cassidy knife I bought when I was a kid, 1951. My grandma wouldn't let me play with it and hid it. When she passed we found it in her keepsake box. What a treasure I found.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Bob Harris Quote
thanks Dave, it was easy spotting this one, not a bad view from the trading post. Make sure and visit one day.

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Steve, it's right at the Gouldings trading post and museum, now you're going to have to revisit

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thanks Tim, I tried in b/w but it didn't have the same feel as this tone. Glad you enjoyed the view here, an awesome place to visit.

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do you know I still have the Hopalong Cassidy knife I bought when I was a kid, 1951. My grandma wouldn't let me play with it and hid it. When she passed we found it in her keepsake box. What a treasure I found.
Sheez Bob.... you're as old a I am! I didn't think that was possible!


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