Ash

Ash

Gunsmoke

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Ben and Ash are business partners and the best of friends, until a blow on the head changes Ben’s personality and leads to a confrontation over a woman that may part the friends for good.
This page used to have the western movie These Thousand Hills so some of the comments may be about that movie.

It’s been a a couple of years since I saw this particular movie and it was good to see it again. I only paused it once to refill my coffee.
I just can’t say enough good things about the older movies. I wish more young people would watch the older movies instead of the crap that’s on today ,that is such garbage.
This one had two heavyweight actors , and one thing that contributed to this being as good as it was , is that they were not trying to out do each other, but they worked to compliment each others acting ability , so good , it turned out a great movie.
Yep I agree , definitely another 5 out-a-5 here.

Again, I say thanks to Westernsontheweb.com

Larry A. Singleton
Once in a while I just marvel. I’m 55. I remember when we used to actually “dial” the phone. I was lucky enough to have a couple of horses when I was a kid. I could tell a good one about the time I found myself underneath the belly of the horse at a full gallup because the saddle “slipped”. Or the cliff, etc.

But what I was thinking about was the fact that I’m able to sit here and look at a screen, even though it’s small, have the sound come out of some little speakers that don’t sound half bad, and just sit back and watch westerns all day.

Yeeeeehaaaa.

That’s also what I posted when I heard that the Marine that was held in Mexico was released.

Kinda trippin that I’m able to do that as well.
Better stop or I’ll start usin’ words like high falootin.

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  1. Claire Spottedhorse

    I could rate the behavior of the “hero”, but I try not to use those words. Not a movie for children.

  2. Itsjustlilome

    It’s been a a couple of years since I saw this particular movie and it was good to see it again. I only paused it once to refill my coffee.
    I just can’t say enough good things about the older movies. I wish more young people would watch the older movies instead of the crap that’s on today ,that is such garbage.
    This one had two heavyweight actors , and one thing that contributed to this being as good as it was , is that they were not trying to out do each other, but they worked to compliment each others acting ability , so good , it turned out a great movie.
    Yep I agree , definitely another 5 out-a-5 here.

    Again, I say thanks to Westernsontheweb.com

  3. Larry A. Singleton

    Once in a while I just marvel. I’m 55. I remember when we used to actually “dial” the phone. I was lucky enough to have a couple of horses when I was a kid. I could tell a good one about the time I found myself underneath the belly of the horse at a full gallup because the saddle “slipped”. Or the cliff, etc.

    But what I was thinking about was the fact that I’m able to sit here and look at a screen, even though it’s small, have the sound come out of some little speakers that don’t sound half bad, and just sit back and watch westerns all day.

    Yeeeeehaaaa.

    That’s also what I posted when I heard that the Marine that was held in Mexico was released.

    Kinda trippin that I’m able to do that as well.
    Better stop or I’ll start usin’ words like high falootin.

  4. johnwayne411

    i would rate this movie as a 5 out of 5

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