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Episode #115 — The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

Man Who Shot Liberty Valance podcast review

In the end of his career, John Ford made one more powerhouse movie by teaming up two of the greatest actors of the generation. Neither John Wayne or Jimmy Stewart play Liberty Valance, but maybe one of them was the man who shot him. The guys dive into what Ford is saying about his western legacy, the end of an era and the myth of morality. But it wouldn’t be a successful take on a team-up if they didn’t have a team-up of their own. Enter…Eric’s dad, Ray Martindale!

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Episode #114 — The Searchers

The Searchers podcast review

We got The Duke! John Wayne teams up with John Ford again for their most complicated western. In The Searchers, Wayne plays a racist Confederate soldier who spends years looking for his taken niece. The guys discuss Ford’s exciting use of color, his take on the bigoted character and what the ending means for the family.

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Episode #111 — Stagecoach

Stagecoach podcast review

Get settled in because the guys are hitching a ride to a Stagecoach. As they start their John Ford Five, they quickly realize this will be a journey that will never let you get bored as Austin and Eric are impressed by the scale of Stagecoach’s action, ensemble and legacy.

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Episode #31 — Red River / McCartney / Arracacha / Deep River – Mountain High / Caps for Sale / The Magician

Red River podcast review

The Immortals are back except for the Immortal who isn’t! Sarah is still traveling the world to save Adam, so while she’s gone it’s only appropriate we talk about another epic journey with the cattle drive in Red River. They also discuss Paul McCartney’s solo album, Tina Turner’s power song, the absurdity of monkeys stealing caps and the further absurdity of a magician solving crimes. Also Pedro creates a fantastic new theory about every Bond movie. Get excited!

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