SIX-GUN JUSTICE PODCAST

SIX-GUN JUSTICE PODCAST EPISODE 15—HOW THE WEST WAS FUN

August 31, 2020 Paul Bishop & Richard Prosch Season 1 Episode 15
SIX-GUN JUSTICE PODCAST
SIX-GUN JUSTICE PODCAST EPISODE 15—HOW THE WEST WAS FUN
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SIX-GUN JUSTICE PODCAST
SIX-GUN JUSTICE PODCAST EPISODE 15—HOW THE WEST WAS FUN
Aug 31, 2020 Season 1 Episode 15
Paul Bishop & Richard Prosch

Paul and Rich ride out to rope some funny with their take on comedy westerns from laugh out loud funny to complete failures without a single laugh.

02:09 — Paul and Rich introduce The Legend of the Black Rose from Wolfpack Publishing

03:01 — Rich shares his good fortune at receiving a treasure trove of Western books and ephemera

08:06 — Paul and Rich discuss Robert E. Howard’s Breckinridge Elkins stories

10:08 — A look at W.C. Tuttle’s Sheriff Henry and Jack Bickham’s Wildcat O’Shea

13:22 — Sharing the H.H. Lomax books by Preston Lewis

14:00 — Rich talks Buster Keaton’s The Paleface (1922)

15:00 — Paul and Buster Keaton Go West (1925)

16:16 — The story behind The General (1926)

17:35 —  Laurel and Hardy follow the stars Way Out West (1937)

19:14 — The Paleface (1948) and The Son of Paleface (1952) with Bob Hope and Jane Russell

20:00 — The Shakiest Gun in the West (1968)

20:50 — Paul’s review of Support Your Local Sheriff (1969)

22:27 — Rich and Paul take a look at Cat Ballou (1965) and its TV pilots

25:04 — Rich rides to Fort Courage to visit F-Troop (1965 - 1967)

28:40 — Paul spends a real-life week in the saddle, so can relate to City Slickers (1991)

31:05 — What do we think about Shang-hai Noon (2000)?

32:42 — Paul is pleasantly surprised by Rango (2011)

34:10 — Disney’s era of family-oriented comic western adventures.

36:22 — But what about Blazing Saddles (1974)?

39:27 — Paul declares A Million Ways to Die in the West (2014) dead on arrival. 

40:40 — Shoot-Outs and Shout-Outs

Thanks to sponsors, Wolfpack Publishing, Author Chris Enss, and the Western Writers of America. 

Thanks too to WWA’s Roundup magazine for helping us get the word out about the Six-Gun Justice Podcast

Support us at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sixgunjustice

Please drop us an email at: sixgunjusticewesterns@gmail.com

As ever, thanks to all our friends and listeners. 


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Show Notes

Paul and Rich ride out to rope some funny with their take on comedy westerns from laugh out loud funny to complete failures without a single laugh.

02:09 — Paul and Rich introduce The Legend of the Black Rose from Wolfpack Publishing

03:01 — Rich shares his good fortune at receiving a treasure trove of Western books and ephemera

08:06 — Paul and Rich discuss Robert E. Howard’s Breckinridge Elkins stories

10:08 — A look at W.C. Tuttle’s Sheriff Henry and Jack Bickham’s Wildcat O’Shea

13:22 — Sharing the H.H. Lomax books by Preston Lewis

14:00 — Rich talks Buster Keaton’s The Paleface (1922)

15:00 — Paul and Buster Keaton Go West (1925)

16:16 — The story behind The General (1926)

17:35 —  Laurel and Hardy follow the stars Way Out West (1937)

19:14 — The Paleface (1948) and The Son of Paleface (1952) with Bob Hope and Jane Russell

20:00 — The Shakiest Gun in the West (1968)

20:50 — Paul’s review of Support Your Local Sheriff (1969)

22:27 — Rich and Paul take a look at Cat Ballou (1965) and its TV pilots

25:04 — Rich rides to Fort Courage to visit F-Troop (1965 - 1967)

28:40 — Paul spends a real-life week in the saddle, so can relate to City Slickers (1991)

31:05 — What do we think about Shang-hai Noon (2000)?

32:42 — Paul is pleasantly surprised by Rango (2011)

34:10 — Disney’s era of family-oriented comic western adventures.

36:22 — But what about Blazing Saddles (1974)?

39:27 — Paul declares A Million Ways to Die in the West (2014) dead on arrival. 

40:40 — Shoot-Outs and Shout-Outs

Thanks to sponsors, Wolfpack Publishing, Author Chris Enss, and the Western Writers of America. 

Thanks too to WWA’s Roundup magazine for helping us get the word out about the Six-Gun Justice Podcast

Support us at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sixgunjustice

Please drop us an email at: sixgunjusticewesterns@gmail.com

As ever, thanks to all our friends and listeners. 


Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=suROpN0f2hQhThddyTchkgR4CytqmFW705g1jNJV3rCDT8OLxSCXKbf8j0oyifmCvb3fAW&fromUL=true&country.x=US&locale.x=en_US)