by Jay Cluitt · August 15, 2019 · Featured, LAMBcast, MOTM, MOTM Champions, Podcasts · No Comments

All aboard who’s comin’ aboard! The Lambcast is heading off to discuss Stagecoach!

It’s Jay’s birthday month, so he got to pick the choices for this month’s Movie of the Month, and wouldn’t you know it but for the third time this year we’re talking about a western! Jay and Richard were joined by Howard, Thomas and Rebecca to discuss John Ford’s Stagecoach from 1939, featuring an early star-making turn from John Wayne and a collection of colourful characters around him.

00:00 Intros
03:58 Richard ranks the Jurassic franchise
06:40 Stagecoach review
61:07 Stagecoach final ratings
72:35 Rants, Raves & Reviews
88:14 Road Trippin’ game
94:23 Plugs
103:17 Out-takes

Here’s what the LAMB community had to say about Stagecoach:
Journeys in Classic Film
Matthew Liedke on Film
TSorensen 1001 Movie Blog

Thomas’ Plugs:
For Reel Movie News and Reviews

Howard’s Plugs
Rantings & Ravings

Rebecca’s Plugs
Almost GingerScotland posts

Richard’s Plugs
Kirkham A Movie A DayHobbs & Shaw
Catching Up

Jay’s Plugs:
Life Vs Film

LAMB Plugs
LAMBScores: The Lion King
Acting School: Robert Shaw bonus show
Director’s Chair: Park Chan-Wook introduction
Vote for September’s Movie of the Month

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