365 Trivia Twist Devotions: Fun Facts and Spiritual Truths for Every Day of the Year by David R. VeermanExplore a world of amazing trivia and exciting spiritual truths!
Every daily devotion in 365 Trivia Twist Devotions is based on a historical happening, intriguing invention, or offbeat holiday associated with that calendar day. From George Washingtons birthday to National Waffle Day, each reveals the truths of Gods Word in a fun new way. Bible verses and additional fun facts help to give every day of the year its own unique trivia twist.
Lonely are the Brave
Sign in. Watch now. Title: Lonely Are the Brave A drifter working as foreman for an iron-fist female rancher must chose sides between his attractive employer and the other neighboring settlers who are mistreated by her. At a Mexican ranch, fugitive O'Malley and pursuing Sheriff Stribling agree to help rancher Breckenridge drive his herd into Texas where Stribling could legally arrest O'Malley, but Breckenridge's wife complicates things. Lawman Wyatt Earp and outlaw Doc Holliday form an unlikely alliance which culminates in their participation in the legendary Gunfight at the O.
Stars Actors Actresses Directors Producers. WoF All Hollywood Blvd. Vine St. Db Birth Dates Death Dates. Kirk Douglas intended to call the film "The Last Cowboy" but was overruled by the studio. Jerry Goldsmith wrote cues for the scenes when Whisky is hit by the truck and later when he is dying that were not used.
The film was directed by David Miller from a screenplay by Dalton Trumbo.
don t cry because its over smile because its happened
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Lonely are the Brave is something rare, and almost unique: a leftist American western. It was written by Dalton Trumbo, a witch-hunted screenwriter who clearly loved and understood the genre, and directed by David Miller, whose career seems otherwise undistinguished, with the exception of Executive Action , another leftist feature written by Yordan. Its hero, flawlessly portrayed by Kirk Douglas, is John W. Burns, a cowboy anarchist who carries no ID, respects no authority, and pays attention only to his friends and his horse. Breaking into jail to see a friend, he attracts the attention of dogged cops, a vindictive sheriff, a one-armed Okinawa veteran, and a hot-shot military helicopter pilot, all of whom instinctively want to take him down.
And Byrna, which had a production deal with Universal, commissioned a screenplay, by Dalton Trumbo. Douglas was gambling again, but playing a good hand. The material — the story of a modern-day cowboy who breaks into jail to rescue his best friend — is original for a western, and gets better as it goes along. Its screenwriter was talented and hard working. Blacklisted and jailed after refusing to testify before the House Un-American Activities Committee, Trumbo had for 10 years written scripts under assumed names, winning an Oscar for one of them as Robert Rich. Like Abbey, Paul is an incipient libertarian or a patriotic anarchist.