It’s the end of the month and that means Western Movie Time! Joining Franzi in-studio are former Nashville music arranger John Komrada and former Hollywood stuntman Bunker De France. On the phone from Hollywood is movie insider Todd Roberts. The crew talks about the best western movie opening scenes and the music that accompanies those scenes.
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Aug. 19, 2017 – Cowboy Poetry. Readings by Bunker de France and Joe Dreyfuss. These are the stories told around the campfire after a hard day’s drive.
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Cowboy Chuckles, by Bunker de France
A couple of cowboys were diggin’ post holes when one asked, “you ever wonder how much dirt is in a hole in a foot wide and a couple of feet deep?”
“Can’t say I have,” said one of the cowboys. “How much is there do ya figgure?”
“Ain’t none,” replied the cowboy. “It’s a hole.”