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Old 02-07-2013, 05:19 PM   #21
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I like a lot of John Wayne's movies (loved the Shootist)

I also liked Stagecoach (the 1986 version).
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For me westerns are like Lays potato chips. You can't watch just one.

1. The Shootist
2. Winchester '73 (1950)
3. The Outlaw Josey Wales
4. Pale Rider

And many others.
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I guess most of ya aren't old enough to remember the westerns with:

Gary Cooper
Randolf Scott
Joel Mcrea
Glen Ford
Jack Palance
Burt Lancaster
Kirk Douglas
Jimmy Stewart
Ward Bond
Charlton Heston
Audie Murphy

That was truly the golden age of westerns.
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I can't pick just one....


The Outlaw Josey Wales
Pale Rider
The Long Riders
The Unforgiven
The Professionals
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True Grit (both)
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anyone here old enough to remember Bob Steele ?
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The Outlaw Josie Wales is my favorite.
I use quotes from that movie on an almost daily basis.
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Stagecoach (the original 1939 version)
Rio Grande (another John Ford/John Wayne/Maureen O'Hara gem)
Two more resent ones; Broken Trail and Ride with The Devil !!!

OH OH... I almost forgot "Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid"..... Remember the knife fight scene??

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Open Range is one of my favorites
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