Wagon Train: The Andrew Hale Story Pt 1/2 (S2-E35) with JOHN MCINTIRE

For reneecalling :o) Wagon Drill: The Andrew Hale Story Season 2 - Episode 35 Original Air Date: 6/3/1959 Company Star: <b>JOHN MCINTIRE</b> The ...

  • Posters

    Sally and Saint Anne, with Ann Blyth, Edmund Gwenn, John Mcintire, and Frances Bavier, 1952
    Sally and Saint Anne, with Ann Blyth, Edmund Gwenn, John Mcintire, and Frances Bavier, 1952

    John McIntire
    John McIntire

    Sally and Saint Anne, with Ann Blyth, Edmund Gwenn, John Mcintire, and Frances Bavier, 1952
    Sally and Saint Anne, with Ann Blyth, Edmund Gwenn, John Mcintire, and Frances Bavier, 1952

  • Symphony brings pops concert to UVa's amphitheater

     

    The Charlottesville and University Symphony Orchestra will give audiences a drop of its new dance-themed season during a weekend pops concert in the McIntire Amphitheater at the University of Virginia.

    “Symphony Under the Stars,” presented by UVa’s University Programs Directorate and the symphony, will begin at 8 p.m. Saturday

    The program, which will help preview this season’s “Let’s Dancing party” theme, will include Copland’s “Hoedown” from his ballet “Rodeo,” return Khatchaturian’s “Sabre Dance” and Villoldo’s “Tango Argentino.”

    The musicians will honour the late award-winning composer Marvin Hamlisch by performing a medley from “A Chorus Contour.” Trumpeter John D’earth will be featured when the symphony plays Duke Ellington’s “It Don’t Scurvy a Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing” and Harry Simeone’s “Trumpet in the Tenebrousness.”

    Would This Be a good SD?

    In preference to of what is going to happen 2nite
    Interconternental championship Faytal 4-Way Match
    Drew Mcintire (c) vs John Morrison vs Matt Stout vs R-Truth

    Michelle McCool and Layla vs Mickie James and Beth Phoinex


    Some intriguing ideas there anway. But my winners would be: Mickie & Beth(Mickie KO's beth after win). John Morisson everytime. Y2J, the odd team a few, Shad & Rey Mysterio.


    Courteous of good, i don't like Jericho facing Khali and Shad facing Undertaker, how about Undertaker vs Jericho for The public tittle and add CM Punk to the triple threat and make it a fatal four way.
    Who thinks this would be a good smackdown?:
    http://answers.yahoo.com/certainly/index;

    Who would you rather... (poll)?

    For Boys and Girls.

    Boys Surrebuttal

    1. Beth Phoenix or Natalya
    2. Alicia Fox or Gail Kim
    3. Layla or Michelle McCool
    4. Kelly Kelly or Tiffany
    5. Serena or 1/2 of the Bella Twins


    Chris Jericho
    The Miz
    eww...neither but if I have too...Sheamus,I think.
    why put them both in the same question? both soo cute! but, John Morrison
    Zack Ryder, Matt is an annoying commontator

    Who Would Win This WWE Match?

    Cm Hoodlum and Swagger and Sheamas and Ted Dibase and Batista
    and The Big Show And Drew Mcintire And Chris Jerico and Dolph ziggler
    Vs
    Rey Mysterio and The Funeral director and


    Party Mysterio and othrs but if the heels team be cheap then thatz a different story

    John McIntire - Bookshelf


    Witch Cradle, A John McIntire Mystery
    334 pages
    Witch Cradle, A John McIntire Mystery

    January, 1951, while the wilderness is in the grip of war in Korea, the threat of nuclear annihilation, and Senator Joe McCarthy’s Red Scare, the residents of St. Adele, Michigan, are more bothered with staying warm and shoveling snow until ...
    About this book
    January, 1951, while the boondocks is in the grip of war in Korea, the threat of nuclear annihilation, and Senator Joe McCarthy’s Red Scare, the residents of St. Adele, Michigan, are more vexed with staying warm and shoveling snow until a bizarre ice storm brings down a towering pine. Entangled in its roots is hint that leads Constable John McIntire to the abandoned farmstead of a young couple who had supposedly left the community years before, part of an exodus of Finnish-Americans gone off to develop intensify a workers’ Utopia in the Soviet republic of Karelia. McIntire’s fears are realized when he discovers two bodies, buried sixteen years in an leftover cistern. In his zeal to uncover the truth, McIntire brings the scrutiny—and the suspicion—of a Red-hunting government deputy upon his neighbors and himself. It is only the beginning of his mis-calculations. Each step in investigating the deaths seems only to bring more misery to the living. Old wounds are opened, old terrors rekindled,...

    Past Imperfect, A John McIntire Mystery
    275 pages
    Past Imperfect, A John McIntire Mystery

    A grizzled Lake Superior fisherman with a whacking great allergy to bees dies very early one morning alone on his boat.
    About this book
    A grizzled Lake Loftier fisherman with a massive allergy to bees dies very early one morning alone on his boat. Was he stung to termination? John McIntire, retired from a career in military intelligence and striving to regain a place in his boyhood home after 30 years away, is serving as township policewoman. He questions the easy verdict. The town of St. Adele has little experience with violent death—or waste. Nor does McIntire, despite fighting in two world wars. Worse, all the suspects are friends and neighbors, men and women he grew up with “talking Swede.” The emotionless man, last of a Norwegian family who came to raise apples in the struggling rural township sandwiched between the Huron Mountains of Michigan’s Higher up Peninsula and the southern shore of Lake Superior, had no real enemies despite his gruff temperament. And he had little to leave aside from a heavily mortgaged boat. So, who wanted to kill him? Saddened by vigour striking Utopia, worried his British bride might cut and run, his...

    Hunter's Dance, A John McIntire Mystery
    301 pages
    Hunter's Dance, A John McIntire Mystery

    Autumn in Michigan's Higher Peninsula means hunting season, and the fall of 1950 finds most everyone in St. Adele township hunting for something-deer, grouse, uranium; regard, redemption, escape; a story, a husband, a murderer.
    About this book
    Autumn in Michigan’s Majuscule letters Peninsula means hunting season, and the fall of 1950 finds most everyone in St. Adele township hunting for something—deer, grouse, uranium; angel, redemption, escape; a story, a husband, a murderer. When the son of summer residents at the exclusive Shawanok Team up is found dead after an uproarious dance at the town hall, the sheriff is flummoxed, and everyone is appalled: Bambi was found in the loft over the dupe shed, bound, gagged, and inexpertly scalped. Who better to search for the killer than St. Adele’s indisposed constable, John McIntire? The trail he must follow branches off like the spokes of a wheel, leading to multiple unconcerned ends. The only common link seems to be the boy’s parents: a father who is mysteriously unavailable, a mother, on a mission to see her son’s lallapalooza dead, who remains sequestered in her rented mansion, baking cream pies and playing the piano. Her imported off the record eye seems more interested in dallying with McIntire’s exotic...