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    http://www.themoviescene.co.uk/reviews/_img/1533-3.jpg

    Sam Peckinpah directed the best three::::

    The Ballade of Cable Hogue

    The Wild Bunch
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    Pat Garett And Billy The Kid
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    Not many more so good.
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    27 Dec '16 00:221 edit
    Plenty .... and in no particular order

    3.10 to Yuma
    True Grit
    The Long Riders
    Tombstone
    Unforgiven
    Young Guns
    Lonesome Dove
    Tom Horm
    The Cowboys
    The Searchers
    All of the Clint Eatwood / Sergio Leone series
    Joe Kidd
    High Plains Drifter
    Hang Em High
    Hateful Eight
    Django Unchained
    Magnificent Seven
    Any John Wayne Western



    That's about all I can recommend
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    Monte Walsh

    It was done twice, first with Lee Marvin and then with Tom Selleck.
    I would recommend watching both.
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    27 Dec '16 02:29
    Originally posted by michelleon
    Plenty .... and in no particular order

    3.10 to Yuma
    True Grit
    The Long Riders
    Tombstone
    Unforgiven
    Young Guns
    Lonesome Dove
    Tom Horm
    The Cowboys
    The Searchers
    All of the Clint Eatwood / Sergio Leone series
    Joe Kidd
    High Plains Drifter
    Hang Em High
    Hateful Eight
    Django Unchained
    Magnificent Seven
    Any John Wayne Western



    That's about all I can recommend
    Good list.

    I'd add High Noon (1952) with Gary Cooper.

    Also Shane (1953) with Alan Ladd.
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    Bad Day at Black Rock (1955)
    Stagecoach (1939)
    Red River (1948)
    Broken Arrow (1950)
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    cat ballou and blazing saddles
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    Quartet made by John Ford
    Rio Bravo
    El Dorado
    Rio Lobo
    Searchers
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    27 Dec '16 03:15
    Originally posted by vandervelde
    Good westerns?
    The TV series Deadwood permanently altered what I am looking for from a "western".
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    the ox-bow incident is one of the best
    I give it 2 thumbs up
    watch it
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    27 Dec '16 04:42
    Originally posted by Suzianne
    Good list.

    I'd add High Noon (1952) with Gary Cooper.

    Also Shane (1953) with Alan Ladd.
    You read my mind Suzi!!
    oh ... I'd scrub the Wayne movies from that original list!
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    27 Dec '16 06:051 edit
    Originally posted by wolfgang59
    You read my mind Suzi!!
    oh ... I'd scrub the Wayne movies from that original list!
    Yes, scrub his war movies but never his westerns.

    And I missed a big one - Silverado, with Costner, Scott Glenn, Kevin Cline, Danny Glover, Dennehy, Cleese and Jeff Goldblum. Can't for the life of me remember the name of the little bartender called Stella. She stole the whole thing IMO.
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    Does "Dances with Wolves" classify?
    I loved it but inexplicably nobody else did... 😞
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    27 Dec '16 06:27
    Originally posted by michelleon
    Yes, scrub his war movies but never his westerns.

    And I missed a big one - Silverado, with Costner, Scott Glenn, Kevin Cline, Danny Glover, Dennehy, Cleese and Jeff Goldblum. Can't for the life of me remember the name of the little bartender called Stella. She stole the whole thing IMO.
    Maybe I was harsh about Wayne ... Stagecoach was classic.
    He was hampered by a lack of acting ability which wasn't his fault..
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    Originally posted by wolfgang59
    Maybe I was harsh about Wayne ... Stagecoach was classic.
    He was hampered by a lack of acting ability which wasn't his fault..
    How the west was won
    Warlock
    The sons of Katie elder
    Forty guns at Apache pass [my all time favourite]
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    I rather like Missouri Breaks (with Nicholson and Brando) but the critics and the paying public didn't.
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