Greetings Gunner and All,
> i grew up with flash gordon, buck rogers and brick bradford in the
sunday funnies <
As a kid I could watch the rerun old serials by very carefully tuning
in the UHF bands on early Sunday mornings. As bad as they might have
been, I enjoyed them a thousand times more than any of the cartoons
they aired on the regular channels. Flash and Commando Cody were my all
time favorites. --LOL
And Yeah, I am also probably one of the very few who really liked SKY
CAPTAIN as well. Though I still think the book was a heck of a lot more
FUN! Had more of the feel of the old serials that just did not seem to
fully come off on the screen.
> caught the end of "wild wild west" a couple of nights back <
You should have no trouble at all running down a copy of WILD, WILD
WEST with Will Smith. Though you might have to go looking through were
they stow the old Sci-Fi /Action flicks by now. You might even try
checking at your local library. You can not knock a FREE two week
rental! Plus through their Inter-Lone Library system they can usually
pull in a copy in just a couple of days. Me and the wife use ours all
of the time. Even for New Release movies!!! Better chance of getting a
copy there than waiting a month just see a new release at the Video
Shops. Plus its FREE!
Might also want to keep an eye open at those Wally World bargain video
bins. We got our copy for less than $5.00!
Again, even though I grew up watching the TV version EVERY week I still
very much enjoyed this new version of WWW. In fact, I think I enjoyed a
lot of it even more. You have got to admit that giant steam powered
spider was just too cool!!! (Now THAT is Sci-Fi Armor!!!) Plus KEVIN
KLINE as Artemus Gordon was just great! Now who here would not love to
get their hands on some of those Very Cool Toys he had??? Got old
Bond-boy's stuff beat hands down in my book! --LOL
Just incase you might have wanted a little bit more ---
WILD, WILD WEST
Keep It FUN!
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