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Old 10-07-2010, 12:28 AM   #61
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Saw so many movies listed that I had forgotten about,
So my list would be too long.
So, one of my absolute favorites,
"Angel and The Badman"
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Jeremiah Johnson...The Mountain Men and Quigley Down Under are 3 of my favorites.
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"I gotta get me some whiskey! If I don't get some whiskey soon, I'm gonna DIE!!!

One of my favorites
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John Wayne, Fort Apache........honor 1st.
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there were 3 John Wayne, Ford movies made in the 1950's they were great..honor, and doing the right thing.
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Shane was the best western ever made. John Wayne only played one part, that of John Wayne. Every movie he was ever in the part he played was a false personification of himself. His only exception was The Quiet Man. He could never have made a pimple on a real cowboys ass.
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40 posts and not a single vote for Blazing Saddles?

Quigley Down Under, Tombstone, Wyatt Earp, Dances With Wolves, Little Big Man, A Man Called Horse, Outlaw Josie Wales and Unforgiven will get my vote...The Shootist, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon and The Quick and The Dead are runners up.
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H B O's deadwood mini searies, three year's back was good. Every other word was bleep this or bleep that. But the show was real good. The DUKE is the BEST!!!
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Monte Walsh with Tom Selleck was pretty darn good. Just bought it off the rack at the Fred Meyer store. The book was great, the movie was pretty good. Saw the original movie with Lee Marvin a few years ago, it lacked.
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Tombstone is definately up there. In the older westerns it's hard to pick but The Man with No Name series is classic.
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