Don't ask me why, because I'm not sure I understand it myself, but I'll be dedicating the entire month of December to a very special man. Someone who has sailed the seven seas, found lost worlds, been to the earth's core and rode the lone prairies. He has battled dinosaurs, Atlantans, Nazis, fish-men, outlaws and supernatural forces. He's the handsomest cowboy to ever don a stetson, the bravest hero to ever save a damsel, the hunkiest beefcake to ever strike a pose. He is the great Doug McClure and I'll be paying tribute throughout the month by watching his, and only his, movies and TV shows. The list below is just some of the Doug stuff I plan on viewing. Any further recommendations would be much appreciated. Happy Doug-cember everybody!
The Unforgiven (1960) Doug as Burt Lancaster's kid bro!
Shenandoah (1965) Doug as a Johnny Reb!
The King's Pirate (1967) Doug as a pirate - arrrrrr mateys!
The Longest Hundred Miles (1967) Doug as a soldier trying to get the heck out of the Philippines!
The Birdmen (1971) Doug as a POW building an escape plane! (because a tunnel's too easy)
The Death of Me Yet (1971) Doug as a former spy being pursued by current spies!
The Judge and Jake Wyler (1972) Doug and Bette Davis as private eyes! (really!)
Death Race (1973) Doug as a WWII fighter pilot being chased by a crazy general in a Panzer tank!
Satan's Triangle (1975) Doug, lost and creepy in the Bermuda triangle!
The Land That Time Forgot (1975) Doug battling a U-boat, dinosaurs and cavemen!
At the Earth's Core (1976) Doug drives to the center of the earth to get with Caroline Munro!
Warlords of the Deep (1978) Doug goes to Atlantis!
The House Where Evil Dwells (1982) Doug gets J-horrored!
52 Pick-Up (1986) Doug goes to sleazy-town!
In addition, I'll be viewing selected episodes from the following Doug TV series -
Overland Trail (1960) Doug as a stagecoach guy!
The Virginian (1962 - 1971) Doug gettin' wild in the west!
Barbary Coast (1975-1976) Doug and Shat together at last!