The ABC's of Film Noir
The ABC's of Film Noir

Battlefield Archaeologist Douglas Scott Talks Little Bighorn Battle for Archaeology and the Movies

Dr. Douglas Scott Little Bighorn Battlefield Archaeologist

YouTube Video of Battlefield Archaeologist Dr. Douglas Scott See more Archaeology and the Movies Douglas D. Scott is America’s preeminent  Battlefield Archaeologist who is most notable for his work at the Little Bighorn National Monument formerly known as Custer’s Last Stand in the mid-1980s. Working with Richard Fox, Melissa Connor, Doug Harmon, Battlefield…

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Charles M. Haecker Talks Apaches for Archaeology and the Movies Series

Apache Archaeology expert Charles M. Haecker

Retired National Park Service Archaeologist Charles M. Haecker author of On the Prairie of Palo Alto: Historical Archaeology of the U.S.–Mexican War Battlefield and Apache archaeology expert talks about his Apache archaeology and the movies. See more Archaeology and the Movies YouTube Video Edited Transcript John:                                     00:00                      I’m very excited today…

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Seven Days in May (1964) Classic Movie Review 111

Seven Days in May (1964)

Today’s movie is Seven Days in May (1964). This star-studded military movie doesn’t feature any combat. But there is enough action for anyone, as a rogue general tries to replace the US president in a military coup. Every actor in this movie is amazing but I want to call out…

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The Alamo (1960) Classic Movie Review 49

Linda Cristal - The Alamo (1960)

The Alamo (1960) and it is a star-studded epic. This movie was directed, produced, and starred the great American actor John Wayne as Col. Davy Crockett, Richard Widmark as Col. Bowie, and Laurence Harvey as Col. Travis. Rough Script The Alamo (1960) Today’s movie is a little John Wayne art…

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