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WESTERN PAPERBACKS, TV SHOWS, MOVIES, AND MORE...

Wednesday, March 31, 2021

SIX-GUN CONVERSATIONS—NATALIE BRIGHT & DENISE MCALLISTER

SIX-GUN CONVERSATIONS
NATALIE BRIGHT / DENISE McALLISTER
Get ready, cowpunchers, it's Wild West Wednesday and time for another Six-Gun Justice Conversation segment. Join SGJP co-host Richard Prosh in conversation with Natalie Bright and Denise McAllister, authors of the Wild Cow Ranch titles in the new contemporary Western Christian Romance series.
 
Lovers of the West can be born in the most unlikely of places. For Denise F. McAllister, her start was in Miami, Florida, surrounded by beaches and the Everglades. Denise credits her love of horseback riding and 15 years of showing in Atlanta, Georgia for her heartfelt connection to all things Western. Denise's faith is important to her and she loves to write about characters' journeys as they navigate real-world challenges. Denise is a member of Western Writers of America; Women Writing the West; Northeast Georgia Writers; Booth Western Art Museum's Writers' Guild.
 
Natalie Bright writes stories that combine her passion for history of the American West and the unique people of the Texas Panhandle, where she calls home. She is a fifth generation Texan, and a fan of friendly people, a good story, Texas sunsets, and connecting with readers. She has published a series of cookbooks, young reader books, and a short story collection. Find Natalie on Instagram @natsgrams, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and Facebook as NatalieBrightAuthor...
 
This Six-Gun Justice Conversation segment is available now on all major podcast streaming platforms or by clicking on the player below...
 

Monday, March 29, 2021

SIX-GUN JUSTICE PODCAST EPISODE 30—REMEMBER THE ALAMO

SIX-GUN JUSTICE PODCAST 
EPISODE 30
REMEMBERING THE ALAMO
Settle  down there, you bunch 'a rowdy polecats, it's time to get your Davy Crockett on for another full-length episode of the Six-Gun Justice Podcast. Git on up to them adobe ramparts and prepare to defend yourselves against Santa Ana's hordes.
 
Join co-host Paul Bishop and Richard Prosch as they navigate the truth, fiction, tall stories, rumors, and false histories of the almost uncountable movies, books, TV shows, magazines, comics, toys, games, and collectables dedicated to the valiant cry—Remember the Alamo...If you ain't got a coonskin hat, don't worry—neither did Davy...
 
Available now on all major podcast streaming platforms or by clicking on the player below...

WESTERN PAPERBACK COVER CAVALCADE—THE ALAMO

WESTERN PAPERBACK COVER CAVALCADE
THE ALAMO
 

WESTERN MOVIE CAVALCADE—THE ALAMO #1

WESTERN MOVIE CAVALCADE
THE ALAMO #1
 


 
 
 

 
 
 


 
 


WESTERN MOVIE CAVALCADE—THE ALAMO #2

WESTERN MOVIE CAVALCADE
THE ALAMO #2
 












WESTERN NON-FICTION—REMEMBER THE ALAMO

WESTERN NON-FICTION
REMEMBER THE ALAMO
The reference works shown below were invaluable in the preparation for the Six-Gun Justice Podcast episode—Remember the Alamo.
 
The Making of John Wayne’s The Alamo—Not Thinkin’...Just Remembering
by John Farkis is a massive
almost 1000 pages—incredibly detailed last word on the making of the movie. Hard to old in one hand, practically impossible to read from beginning to end, but amazing to dip into again and again to learn something new. A masterwork... There is also a companion work, Alamo Village: How a Texas Cattleman Brought Hollywood to the Old West, in which Farkis details the building of the Alamo set...
 
 
 
Compiled by Rosemary Sforza Calcagno, Hollywood Goes To The Alamo—A fully Illustrated history of Hollywood films related to the Alamo is a good quick reference guide to sixteen Alamo related films accompanied by posters and lobby cards from those films.
 
 
 
As always, Brian Garfield’s Western Films—A Complete Guide was again a great resource of curmudgeonly wit and insight from a master of the Western.

WESTERN SOUNDTRACKS—THE ALAMO

WESTERN SOUNDTRACKS
THE ALAMO