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Forgotten Movies:

The following movies recommended by The Zeus and Tom Show are movies that might otherwise be forgotten. These are movies that you most likely have not already seen and may never would have seen if not for this recommendation. These are usually older movies that are definitely worth viewing. Try to find them online or through movie rentals.

EMPEROR OF THE NORTH POLE 1973, starring Ernest Borgnine, Lee Marvin, and Keith Carradine. This movie was re-released later under the shorter title Emperor of the North. You may find it under either name. The original title is from a depression era hobo joke that says if you are the emperor of the North Pole, then you are the king of nothing. Lee Marvin plays a train-riding hobo named A#1. Ernest Borgnine plays Shack, a train conductor who doesn't like anyone hopping a free ride on his train. And therein lies the conflict. There are some vicious fights in this one, and some brutal scenes not for the faint of heart. Keith Carradine plays a young hobo learning the ropes.

THE INCIDENT 1967, starring Beau Bridges, Ruby Dee, Ed McMahon, and Martin Sheen. This is a gripping movie about the passengers on a New York subway traincar being held hostage by two young street toughs.

MURDER IN COWETA COUNTY 1983, starring Andy Griffith, Johnny Cash, and June Carter Cash. This movie was based on true events surrounding a 1948 murder. Andy Griffith plays a wealthy southern landowner and Johnny Cash plays the relentless sheriff that brings him to justice. June Carter Cash plays on old fortune teller. The entire movie is available on YouTube, albeit broken up into 10 parts. Watch part 1 here.

 

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