Guns of Hollywood talks about the guns and action in National Treasure (2004). A Disney film with only one dead body, and he isn’t even shot! Has GOH gone pacifist? Nah, it was fun watching Nicolas Cage steal the Declaration of Independence, but we promise more mayhem in the future.
Guns in this week’s episode are: Jericho 941 R, Glock 17, and a Ruger KP94.
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GOH 056 – How’ya doing mate? It’s Quigley Down Under (1990) with Tom Selleck and a big old Sharps rifle.
GOH 057 – The Quick And The Dead (1995) – A vengeful Sharon Stone stars in this western shoot’em up.
GOH 058 – Eye Of The Needle (1981) – Ruthless German spies and the success of D-Day in the balance – it’s time to go hunting Nazi’s!
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