During and after the prime-time run of his classic Cheyenne TV series, Clint Walker — who passed away Monday just a few days before his 91 st birthday — made memorable impressions in a wide variety of theatrical and made-for-television movies, ranging from wartime dramas The Dirty Dozen , None But the Brave to scary thrillers Killdozer , Scream of the Wolf. Fittingly enough, however, he remains best known — and most admired — for his westerns. Here are ten of his finest, all widely available on various streaming platforms. Unfortunately, Celia comes to suspect that Gar killed her missing husband. Western buffs should appreciate the satisfyingly upbeat ending, which strikes echoes of the original Stagecoach. In this version of the mythos, Kelly Walker is a reclusive trapper who just wants to be left alone to forage for quarry on Sioux land.
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Walter Stone Tevis February 28,  — August 9,  was an American novelist and short story writer. His books have been translated into at least 18 languages. His sister, Betty, was born in Walter traveled across country alone by train at age 11 to rejoin his family in Kentucky. He made friends with Toby Kavanaugh, a fellow high school student, and learned to shoot pool in the Kavanaugh mansion in Lawrenceburg.
For the Record …. Using that criterion, Davis is perhaps the consummate jazz artist of all time. During a career that began in the late forties and is still going strong, he has been the spearhead of at least five different stages in music: hard bop, cool jazz, orchestral jazz, modal improvising, and fusion. After receiving a trumpet for his thirteenth birthday, Davis began taking lessons from a local teacher named Buchanan.