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Other/Miscellaneous => Off-Topic Discussion => Topic started by: titoli on March 18, 2020, 03:53:42 AM

Title: Stuart Whitman R.I.P.
Post by: titoli on March 18, 2020, 03:53:42 AM
At 92.
Title: Re: Stuart Whitman R.I.P.
Post by: cigar joe on March 18, 2020, 06:01:52 AM
At 92.

R.I.P.
Title: Re: Stuart Whitman R.I.P.
Post by: greenbudgie on March 19, 2020, 01:28:50 AM
Good age. My favourites are 'Signpost To Murder' (1964) and a TV Movie 'The Woman Hunter' (1972).
Title: Re: Stuart Whitman R.I.P.
Post by: Mr.Cho-Cho on May 03, 2020, 07:26:46 AM
I only learnt he died the other day.

He made some big movies in the 60s; I think his best one was a British film called The Mark, where he plays a rehabilitated paedophile. It probably wouldn't be well received in this day and age, but it's quite interesting and worth a watch. It's weird that his film kind of died in the 70s, but i understand he lived a full and rich life. I haven't seen Captain Apache, but will watch it at some point, his other Western are pretty average, but they're not too bad.
Title: Re: Stuart Whitman R.I.P.
Post by: stanton on May 04, 2020, 12:04:48 AM
I haven't seen Captain Apache, but will watch it at some point, his other Western are pretty average, but they're not too bad.

Captain Apache is rather forgettable, but his other westerns are all good.
Especially the powerful Rio Conchos. And The Comancheros is quite enjoyable and These 1000 Hills is interesting. Truth is, in all westerns he was not the lead, always stood in the shadow of others.