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Ned Roundtree
December 23, 1999, 06:32 AM
Everyone has their favorites or ones that really mean something to them. Its hard to choose but here goes:
1) Tombstone
2) Unforgiven
3) Shane
4) Angel & The Badman
5) Gunfighters Moon
6) Wyatt Earp (Costner)

colt 3840
December 23, 1999, 11:43 AM
Well here we go Just to name a few! not in any order.

1) Winchester '73
2) Outlaw Josey Wales
3) The Cowboys
4) Lonsome Dove
5) Tombstone
6) She Wore A Yellow Ribbon
7) Fort Apache
8) Wild Bunch

Dr.Rob
December 23, 1999, 01:20 PM
true grit
unforgiven
the good the bad and the ugly
silverado
the oulaw josie wales
high plains drifter
rustler's rhapsody
the searchers
the shootist
little big man
a man called horse
she wore a yellow ribbon
Jerimiah johnson

I'm sure there are countless others I've forgotten

Dr.Rob

Mal H
December 23, 1999, 01:45 PM
Those are all good choices. Here's a few more:

Stagecoach (I liked the remake better than the original)
Waterhole No. 3
Maverick (especialy liked the poker game scene with John Wesley Hardin)
High Noon

Bill Mitchell
December 23, 1999, 01:54 PM
Lonesome Dove
Conagher
The Searchers
She Wore a Yellow Ribbon
Red River
The Westerner
Shane
Tombstone

Hal
December 24, 1999, 03:14 AM
The Professionals.
Any Clint movie is worth watching.

Can't think of the names but 2 other good ones I remember were:
1.)Chuck Conners, came back into town after a number of years and got branded by Bill Bixby and some others for being a rustler.
2.)Greorgy Peck played a retired army scout and was chased by an Apache for kidnapping the Apache's son.


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sundog
December 24, 1999, 02:22 PM
the shootist
quigley, down under
and just for laughs, blazing saddles

Ned Roundtree
December 24, 1999, 10:18 PM
Yes for comedy, "Blazing Saddles". I also liked for comedy "McClintock" with John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara.

TMoney
December 25, 1999, 05:17 AM
I will only add to the ones above, since they all made my list:
Valdez Is Coming
The Gunfighter (Gregory Peck)
Chato's Land
My Name is Nobody
Call Me Trinity
Trinity is Still My Name
The Alamo
Sons of Katy Elder

Mort
December 25, 1999, 12:18 PM
Once Upon A Time in the West:

"Looks like we're shy one horse."

"No...you brought two too many!"

4V50 Gary
December 25, 1999, 04:27 PM
Any of those Spaghetti Westerns featuring Clint Eastwood or Lee Van Cleef.

Valdez is Coming! with Burt Lancaster

Trigger Jerk
December 27, 1999, 01:17 PM
In order of preference:
Gunfighter's moon
Tombstone
Outlaw Josse Wales
Young Guns II
Quick and the Dead (Sharon Stone version)
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
and fer laughs...Rustler's Rapsody with Tom Berringer

El Chimango Pete
December 29, 1999, 08:37 PM
Was about to add 'Valdez is Coming' but sho' nuff its there - with 'Quigley' the best long range rifle shooting (Sharps of course)... all the others here also make my list and some more i've forgotten no doubt.
Hasta pronto amigos!

sundog
December 31, 1999, 01:48 PM
add pale rider to my list. sundog

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Dan Johnson
December 31, 1999, 09:01 PM
Ya'll missed a great one that combines comedy with good shoot-em-ups, The Scalphunters with Burt Lancaster.
Dan Johnson

Gopher
January 1, 2000, 02:39 AM
The Sacketts and The Long Riders

David Schmidbauer
January 1, 2000, 09:20 AM
#1 - Quigley Down Under (can't get more "Western" than that!)

#3 - The Last Outlaw (HBO Movie w/Mickey Rorke (sp?))



[This message has been edited by David Schmidbauer (edited January 01, 2000).]