Sunday Seconds with the Duke

Chisum (1970)

Episode #39

Warner Bros. released Chisum on July 29, 1970. Andrew V. McLaglen directed the film starring John Wayne, Forrest Tucker, and Christopher George.

‘Chisum’ Movie Summary

John Chisum is a cattle king determined to protect his empire against a land-grabbing developer as part of New Mexico’s 1878 Lincoln County War.

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Warner Bros. released Chisum on July 29, 1970. Andrew V. McLaglen directed the film starring John Wayne, Forrest Tucker, and Christopher George.

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      1. Out of curiousity, how often do you all go to a movie theater? Laurie not knowing about the 2016 Magnificent Seven made me wonder. Never seen Chisum, was surprised you all liked it that much. When are you reviewing The Shootist?

        1. How often we go will depend on the person. Shane all the time for his job, Chad quite often too. I go just once a month now. I tend to favor watching them at home, and I mostly watch noirs and westerns anymore. I am still wondering about Lori’s miss on Magnificent Seven too! 🙂

          1. What have you liked this year? These are my favorites so far – Roma, Leave No Trace, The Rider, Hereditary, Annihilation.

          2. I’m a sucker for westerns, so Bisbee ’17 and The Ballad of Buster Scruggs stand out to me. Filmworker is also great.

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