Did ANYONE ever get a recording of that? I'd still like to get a
> <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> > Overland Stage Raiders to be broadcast this December!
> > Louise Brooks' last film, Overland Stage Raiders (1938), will
> > broadcast in theÊUnited StatesÊon the STARZ Westerns cable
> > station on December 8th at 1:15 pm, and again on
> > 21st atÊ4:30 pm and December 28th atÊ4:00 am. ItÊwill
> > shown onÊthe MOVIEplex cable station on December 8th at
> > pm. Consult your local listing for further deatils.
> > Overland Stage Raiders (1938) is not a great film, but is
> > seeing because Louise Brooks is featured in it.ÊThough she
> > then sported a brushed-back 1930's hairstyle (and not her
> > trademark bob), she still looked quite lovely at age 31. The
> > isÊapproximately 55 minutes long, and is considered part of
> > "Three Mesquiteers" series. Brooks co-stars along with John
> > Wayne, Ray CorriganÊand MaxÊTerhune.
> > Interestingly, because it starred John Wayne (before he
> > big in the movies), this otherwise b-grade picture has
> > occassionally beenÊshown theatrically in the United States in
> > decades since its release. These screenings tool place in
> > 1940's and 1950's. The film was also shown on television in
> > 1970's. I wonder how many viewers then recognized the
> > and future Lulu?
> > I have Beggers of Life, The Show Off, Pandora's Box & Diary
> > Lost Girl. Will transfer all for to a DVD and throw in a copy of
> > Hollywood Mysteries & Scandals - Louise Brooks if it fits.