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Old 08-08-2013, 03:27 AM   #141
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Here is another one I like. Open Range staring Kevin Costner, and Robert Duval.
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Here is another one I like. Open Range staring Kevin Costner, and Robert Duval.
Full movie link, if ya care to watch it, not a quality video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehHGdt-DAqk
Open Range was good movie. it had a good storyline and plot. good acting by everyone. some good action scenes too.
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The remake of the old Lee Marvin "Monty Walsh". The remake of "Monty Walsh" stared Tom Selleck. It is a story of the closure of the open range in the post 1885 West.
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The remake of the old Lee Marvin "Monty Walsh". The remake of "Monty Walsh" stared Tom Selleck. It is a story of the closure of the open range in the post 1885 West.
i have the one with Tom Selleck on DVD. i din't even know it was a remake until recently. damn good movie!
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Axx55 the ending scene in the original "Monty Walsh" with Lee Marvin is classic.
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I really loved The Rifleman.

Movies, would have to be a little known movie called The Rounders, released in 1965, starring Glen Ford and Henry Fonda. No you tube clips.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0059661/

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Not exactly a western but " Centennial" is one of my all time favorites.

Also not really a western but " Daniel Boone" with Fess Parker.
"The Big Valley"
"Bonanza"
"The High Chaparral" ???
" The Guns of Will Sonnet"
"Alias Smith and Jones"
" Silverado"
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Don't understand? The only "Centennial" I recall was a very Western. It was a mini-series about the settling of the Inter-Mtn Western United States. The name Centennial was taken from the small town of Centennial, Wyoming on the Colorado state line.
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Don't understand? The only "Centennial" I recall was a very Western. It was a mini-series about the settling of the Inter-Mtn Western United States. The name Centennial was taken from the small town of Centennial, Wyoming on the Colorado state line.
I guess because it covered such a long time span not just the traditional "western movie" time span of about 1860-1890.

The book actually spans prehistoric times to about 1973 or 4 I think.
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One movie I really enjoy,
Angel And The Badman.
John Wayne, Gail Russell, Harry Carey and Bruce Cabot
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