Tag Archives: A-No. 1

Rediscovered: Card from —>A-No. 1<---

Trapped inside with autographs, books, posters and papers, Brian Leno drops a note to say: “I’ve been digging like a gopher through my stuff and found something I didn’t know I have. “It’s a postcard of the ‘champion tramp of … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: A-No. 1, “The Famous Tramp”

Not only did John Locke spot the pulps in Emperor of the North, based on “The Famous Tramp” A-No. 1, he mentioned that he had the series of books that made A-No. 1 famous. (Or is it >A-No. 1<?!) “Here’s … Continue reading

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Sinister Cinema: Tussling Atop Pulps

Last week John Locke brought us the first installment of Pulps in the Movies (!), featuring Fight Stories. How about another one? “I actually have 250+ of these screen grabs,” John says. “New ones turn up in proportion to the … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: ‘Bo Writin’ on the Wall

Image: Ernest Borgnine as Shack the railroad bull vs. Lee Marvin as the legendary hobo A -No.1 in Robert Aldrich’s Emperor of the North — a definitive hobo/train cinematic statement. Brutal. Most people I’ve met have never heard of this … Continue reading

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