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Old 02-08-2013, 12:03 AM   #31
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The movies you guys have picked are memorable.

For a modern touch, how about these fine titles:

No Country For Old Men

The Horse Whisperer

An Unfinished Life

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True grit
Unforgiven
The quick and the dead
Tombstone
Young guns

Are a few of mine, but I love westerns so any with Clint or john Wayne are fine with me, I even enjoy back to the future part 3 as well.

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High Noon
The Outlaw Josie Wales
Shane
Unforgiven
The Sons of Katie Elder
The Searchers
and many many more.

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The movies you guys have picked are memorable.

For a modern touch, how about these fine titles:

No Country For Old Men

The Horse Whisperer

An Unfinished Life
Almost thought you were gonna throw Brokeback in there
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True Grit (original version)
Rooster Cogburn
She wore a Yellow Ribbon
The Sons of Katie Elder
Tombstone

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The Sacketts I love this part!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=CwG1fbJEmcY

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Now...if it were cast with John Wayne and Clint you probably wouldn't feel so strong about it.
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Bill Boyd- Hopalong Cassidy Locutus, do you remember these?
Bill Elliott- Wild Bill
Allen Lane- Red Ryder
Duncan Renaldo-Cisco Kid
Tim Holt- Him Self
Charles Starrett-Durango Kid
Guy Madison- Bill Hickock
Col. Tim McCoy
Robert Blake- Little Beaver
Lenard Slye-Roy Rogers
Buck Jones
Monte Hale
Randolph Crane-Randolph Scott
Johnny Mack Brown

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