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  1. #1

    Reach for the sky-those good ol western shoot em ups....

    Gabby hayes lives here,how bout good old andy divine,any lash larue fans?..young duke wayne in those old serial[how many know that john wayne was actually the first singing cowboy]..how bout[james cagney]the oklahoma kid-1939..two rode together-1962[randolph scott-joel mccrea]and a young[james drury]...charlton heston[the big country]..john wayne and randolph scott did one western together but didn't get along so they never worked together again[too bad]..chuck connors[geronimo-1962]bad casting.

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    How bout[frank sinatra]as johnny concho-1956]?

  3. #3
    I like Shane (Alan Ladd) and One Eyed Jacks (Marlon Brando) for all of the old westerns. But my favorite western films are Unforgiven and Open Range.

    And it ain't even close.

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    My father was a HUGE Western Movie fan (aka Cowboy Movies). I think he had a lot to do with him growing up in the late 40s and early 50s. We had to watch them all the time when he was at home. "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance" was a favorite.

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    Don't forget one of the most influential movies (let alone Western movies) of all time, High Noon. The theme of the lone lawman stressing over the passing of time as certain death nears has been done in multiple genres. Curiously, it had the production values of a B movie but a much larger impact.

  6. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Oz View Post
    Don't forget one of the most influential movies (let alone Western movies) of all time, High Noon. The theme of the lone lawman stressing over the passing of time as certain death nears has been done in multiple genres. Curiously, it had the production values of a B movie but a much larger impact.
    Oh yeah loved High Noon.

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    How bout[warlock]with henry fonda and anthony quinn.

  8. #8
    Best scenes in Westerns are always the shoot-em-up scenes. Here is the money scene from "Unforgiven". This is great.

  9. #9
    And the greatest shootout scene of all time:

  10. #10
    And Kevin Costner's "Wyatt Earp", where almost everybody gets shot:

  11. #11
    And the most intense shootout scene was in "The Long Riders":

  12. #12
    And finally, the most iconic Western scene of all, the Mexican standoff in "The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly":

  13. #13
    What about "Hang 'Em High"?

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    What some may not know is that clint did the hanging stunt himself,and almost hanged for real as the rope didn't give way for the stunt but luckily they got to him in time...whew!!!

  15. #15
    Saw the[duke]last night in[hondo]another classic.

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    Oh, don't forget Sidney Poitier and Harry Belafonte were "Buck and the Preacher" back in the '70s.

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    And the Fred Williamson "Legend of N***** Charley". I remember them bleeping out part of the title on the radio promos when I was in junior high school. When it comes on late night TV, they changed it to "Black Charley". They even made a sequel to it, so I suppose it did okay at the box office.

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    You guys want to watch a good one? I just watched Wild Bill Hickok starring Jeff Bridges. Good one.

  19. #19
    Wow ralph,how did i miss that one?

  20. #20
    Check it out. Classic "shoot 'em up" Western.

  21. #21
    This is it:


  22. #22
    Who remembers[the hanging tree]with gary cooper?

  23. #23
    Yeah, that is it, Marv. Good movie.

  24. #24
    Who was the fastest gun in western movies in your opinion?...[not including sammy davis jr.or ben murphy who did tv westerns]....in my opinion-clint eastwood.

  25. #25
    Gene Wilder. Beyond a doubt, Gene Wilder.

  26. #26
    Gene wilder?????

  27. #27
    Watch the clip. The Waco Kid was the fastest gun on film.

  28. #28
    HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA,OK JERRY YOU AND THE[WACO KID] WIN..[wink,wink]

  29. #29
    What was that one with[spencer tracy-robert wagner-hugh o'brian]about the father who was hard on his sons?

  30. #30
    I thought that it was "Good Times", about James and Florida Evans.

  31. #31
    I Googled it. It was "Broken Lance", which I've never seen.

  32. #32
    That's the one jerry,watch it .

  33. #33
    Elvis may have done his best acting in...flaming star.

  34. #34
    Sharon stone as the gunfighter in[the quick and the dead]with a young leonardo di caprio.

  35. #35
    How bout[errol flynn]in-santa fe trail?

  36. #36
    Anybody mention Thomasine & Bushrod? Max Julien and Vonetta McGee were the golden couple of my early childhood.


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