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Has some western vibes… and looks like a shit ton of fun


Yes, that shot does indeed seem very funny and lighthearted. (Sorry, I’m not really comfortable with gory action movies).

But it’s about the lapland war, right? That’s an interesting setting… and yes, the western inclinations are nice.

Can’t say because I haven’t been to The US in years but I hope so. Hopefully then it’ll start to gain more attention here in The UK as well.

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Hello everyone! I’d like to broaden my knowledge of American history between 1835-1890 ish~
Does anyone have any good nonfiction book recommendations I can pick up? ^^

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These are just some that I really enjoyed reading:

Battle Cry of Freedom by James McPherson. A nice look at the events that led to the Civil War and the war itself.

Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee by Dee Brown. Very depressing but impressively researched and written account of the demise of the “American Indian”. It is considered a classic.

Blood and Thunder: The Epic Story of Kit Carson and the Conquest of the American West by Hampton Sides. Kind of self explanatory. :smile:

I found all of these entertaining and informative. American history is what I studied in college so I have ready plenty to recommend if you want more.


my go-to US history textbook in college was the Enduring Vision, but others swear on “a people’s history”. Another book I enjoyed was “dangerous nation” by Kagan. But that’s not as specific a timeframe as you asked.

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Thank you Brian! :pray:
Didn’t take long to find these, I’ll start with Battle Cry of Freedom and Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee

ooh I’ll keep you to that when I’ve finished these :+1: :sunflower:

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Oh that’s ok! ^^ Thank you for these recommendations! :raised_hands:

On Youtube, I,ve just found this heart-felt dedication by a father and his two sons to ‘The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly’ final shoot-out. Bravo to them… :cowboy_hat_face:


Hah, that’s awesome! Love that they matched the bears to the characters.

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Mike Malloy who does a lot of special features on Eurocrime flicks has just uploaded this video talking about Jorge Riviero’s lost Sartana films. It’s an interesting watch


Wow, very interesting. Lost trilogy of Sartana films, new holy grail for sw fans.


Yes most definitely! Just fact that they were shot in Almeria and produced by Siciliano is huge. Probably above the majority of the Sartana spin offs in terms of quality…


Very interesting

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I’ll have to watch this when I find the time. I’m definitely not into Sartana films as I’ve said multiple times, but a lost bit of spaghetti history is still very fascinating.

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Haven’t heard of this company before but they sell replicas of lots of Western clothes and they have a flash sale on a replica Clint Eastwood poncho. The reviews seem to be great so I thought I’d post it here in case anyone was interested.

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Update: I’m bad with money so I caved in and bought one. I’ll let you guys know how it is when it comes

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Followed your link to the web site where it informed that you had just purchased the poncho. :laughing:

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Haha, I’ve never understood why websites have that feature. Hopefully, it’s good quality, the reviews seem good atleast! Even if it’s not it was only about £40 so not too big of a loss :+1:


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