Director Elliot Silverstein Who Worked on ‘The Twilight Zone’ Dies at 96
He was famous for directing the Oscar-award-winning film ‘Cat Ballou.’
93-Year-Old Clint Eastwood Spotted Directing ‘Juror No. 2’
He looked good on the set.
Clint Eastwood Decided to Change Up One of His Most Famous Roles
Can you guess the iconic character he played in 1964?
Top 20 Classic TV Shows on Crackle Right Now
Crackle is starting your holiday TV “menu” off right with a handful of beloved classics available now on the free, ad-supported streaming service that offers thousands of movies and TV series.
‘Bonanza’ Was the First TV Show to Do This & More Trivia on Anniversary of Premiere
The popular western that made a star out of Michael Landon first hit the airwaves on September 12, 1959.
Kevin Costner Talks About His Love of Westerns As ‘Open Range’ Turns 20
Costner’s father passed on to him a love of Westerns.
Yul Brynner at His Vilest & More ‘Westworld’ Facts for the 50th Anniversary
Boy, have we got a vacation for you!
Turner Classic Movies Summer Under the Stars: Alan Ladd
Summer Under the Stars (SUTS), Turner Classic Movies’ annual August programming favorite, returns August 11 celebrating film noir and western star Alan Ladd.
Legendary Paramount Ranch Being Rebuilt After 2018 Fire
Learn the history of Paramount Ranch as part of it is getting rebuilt after fires.
‘Dukes of Hazzard’s’ Tom Wopat Returns to a Familiar TV Role
Tom Wopat returns to a familiar role and isn’t afraid to get roughed up and dirty.
Westerns on TV: INSP Brings Us ‘Into the Wild Frontier’
From ‘Gunsmoke’ and ‘The Virginian’ to Tom Wopat and more, fans of the Westerns genre will appreciate new offerings.
‘John Wayne: Cowboys & Demons’ Explores Screen Legend’s Tormented Life
The bigger John Wayne became on screen the more he grappled with feeling like an imposter. Plus Ethan Wayne shares his favorite memories of his father.