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Old 08-04-2013, 07:41 PM   #131
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TV series
Wanted Dead or Alive
Have Gun Will Travel
The High Chaparral


Movies
The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford
The Wild Bunch
The Magnificent Seven
Valdez is Coming
Joe Kidd
Pat Garret & Billy The Kid (Sam Peckinpaw's movie)
The Longriders
The Outlaw Josey Wales (I recommend reading the 2 books)


Comedy Westerns

Evil Roy Slade
The Villian
Cat Balou
Blazzing Saddles

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any western with John Wayne!

Alan Ladd in Shane. a true classic western.

the Spagetti westerns of Clint Eastwood.

Tom Selleck in Monte Walsh and Quigley Down Under.

the Lonesome Dove series of movies.

Robert Redford in Jeremiah Johnson.

Ed Harris and Viggo Mortensen in Appaloosa.

Yul Brynner and Steve McQueen in the Magnificent Seven. another true classic western. great music too.

Kevin Costner in the Hatfields & McCoys.

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Has anyone mentioned Rustler's Rhapsody yet? Really funny comedy western with Tom Beringer, Merilu Henner, Andy Griffith (as the bad guy no less!) and others. Great movie.

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Lonely are the Brave with Kirk Douglas.

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Blazing Saddles!

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[QUOTE=Steel_Talon;
The Outlaw Josey Wales (I recommend reading the 2 books)


Absolutely read the books. The movie is based on the book " Gone to Texas" by Forrest Carter. The sequel to the book is "The Vengeance Trail of Josie Wales" Also by Forrest Carter. I wish he had written a series based on these characters, instead of just 2.

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A few more that I thought were worth noting:

The Big Country,,, Gregory Peck, Charleton Heston, Burl Ives and many more,
Monte Walsh,,,, Lee Marvin and Jack Palance,
New Riders of the Purple Sage,,, Ed Harris did an excellent portrayal of Lassiter in my opinion.
And the movie that most likely inspired the Magnificent Seven, the Japanese film Seven Samurai,,, kimonos instead of cowboy hats, katanas for colts,, a great flick.

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John Wayne, El Dorado 1966.
Henry Fonda, Sometimes a Great Notion 1970. I belive where the saying "From my cold dead hands" came from.
Le Marvin, Jack Palance, Monte Walsh 1970
Just a few I like

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Firefly Best western ever. Stupid Fox killed it after one season. I have never watched another fox program since.


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