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Hal Horn
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Reviewing the obscure, overlooked, and sometimes the very old at the Horn Section
Reviewing the obscure, overlooked, and sometimes the very old at the Horn Section

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One really wild satire, has a lot of flaws, but fascinating.  A real guilty pleasure of mine.

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Ralph Taeger, TV's HONDO, was only rarely seen after the show's untimely demise during the 1967-68 season. He popped up in a couple of QUINCYs, a SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN, and a few telefilms. Here he is in what ended up being his final acting role, as a prisoner on a chain gang in a 1983 episode of FATHER MURPHY titled "The Rockets' Red Glare"
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2/12/17
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And it wouldn't be a Forrest Tucker birthday bash without his iconic role in this one, the first film ever featured at MST3K:

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Speaking of ROCK ISLAND TRAIL, it was our birthday boy's first leading role at Republic, right after his breakthrough role in SANDS OF IWO JIMA. 

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Again co-starring with Jim Davis, Forrest Tucker had what IMO is his best leading role in a Western in this 1957 gem, which finally received its due on Blu and DVD thanks to Olive Films in 2015.

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Forrest Tucker was born 98 years ago today!  This sleeper from 1950 re-teamed him with his ROCK ISLAND TRAIL leading lady Adele Mara and Jim Davis, who co-starred with Tuck nine times

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More overlooked peak-era Burt Reynolds; a real oddball sleeper, this one.  Directed by John G. Avildsen
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