Western authors and brothers Larry and Tom Richardson gather around the kitchen table to compare their nostalgic love for the rich legacy of the American West and the profound ways it shaped our culture. With a touch of humor and a dash of reverie, they pay homage to a time that once was and still calls to that cowboy in all of us.
The Life and Movies of Jimmy Stewart
This episode explores the life and movies of Jimmy Stewart, and the contribution he made to the film library of American Westerns. We visit Indiana, Pennsylvania, and tour the Jimmy Stewart Museum to delve into his military career and his film legacy.
Tribute to The Rifleman
The boys pay tribute to The Rifleman TV Show.
The Fate of the Ft. Worth Five
In a moment of impulsiveness, the five core members of the infamous "Hole in the Wall Gang" dressed up and posed for a group picture in a Ft. Worth photo studio. Once that picture was developed, it was posted and circulated to every law enforcement agency in the country, which spelled the doom of Butch Cassidy and his illusive gang.
Tribute to Kirk Douglas
As a tribute to the legendary actor who filmed 18 westerns in his acting career, we celebrate the life and films of Kirk Douglas.
The Women of the Wild West
Daring and gutsy men were not alone in leaving their mark on the wild west. A handful of audacious women carved their names in the western hall of fame. We will single out four of the many women who conquered the west in their own unique way.
Remember the Alamo
March 6, 2020 marked the 184th anniversary of the Battle of The Alamo. In honor of this crucial even in the history of the west, the boys pay tribute to the 13 days of glory at the siege of Alamo.