Your favorite cowboy movie/tv series or western.

Your favorite cowboy movie/tv series or western.

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    Your favorite cowboy movie/tv series or western.

    So many good ones out there I was just curious which ones ranked as the best among DC subscribers.

    I'll start.

    Loved the Man with No Name spagetti westerns. Characters and music.
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    Lonesome Dove (movie), Gunsmoke (TV).
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    The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

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    The Magnificent Seven

    Unforgiven

    from this list 1a is...Unforgiven. The rest are 1b.

    TV show would be Big Valley and Gunsmoke. I always wanted to watch Deadwood.
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    Too many goods one to pick a best, but The Outlaw Josey Wales or Chisum for movie and Gunsmoke would rank high on any list.
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    The Quick And The Dead & Big Jake are two of my favorite western movies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldpsufan View Post
    Lonesome Dove (movie), Gunsmoke (TV).
    Lonesome Dove, The Series...getting fuzzy and gooey here.

    Sam Elliott and Tom Selleck and that woman...a tall drink of water. She was a brunette. Cain't 'member her name but she was tough and gorgeous all at the same time. She did a movie or 2 w/Sam Elliott.

    The Rebel with Johnny Yuma. The Rifleman, Branded, with Chuck Connors.

    Jeremiah Johnson...not cowboys but I think a man had to be alot tougher to be a Mountain Man living alone as a trapper.


    Wagon Train, Gunsmoke, Rawhide. Rin Tin Tin...I was a tyke when Rin Tin Tin was on, perhaps 5 or 6. Who else here remembers this show? It was about this lil guy who I spose was a 9 or 10 yr old orphan who'd been adopted by the troops garrisoned at a Fort with log walls. His dog was a German Shepard named Rinnie (for short) and Rin Tin Tin was the dogs name. I think Forrest Tucker was in the cast.

    Any cowboy movie with Robert Duvall as a good guy. Rooster Cogburn and Glen Campbell, True Grit.

    Bonanza. We watched Bonanza as a family. That's all I got till some of you older farts jog my memory.

    The Lone Ranger. With Tonto kemo sabe.

    Roy Rogers had his own show, kinda like Capt Puget, Stan Boreson or JP Patches.


    Sky King...a modern cowboy his mighty steed a twin engine plane.
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    "Blazing Saddles" for a movie. "Have Gun, Will Travel" for a television series.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NONAME762 View Post
    Lonesome Dove, The Series...getting fuzzy and gooey here.

    Sam Elliott and Tom Sellleck and that woman...a tall drink of water. She was a brunette. Cain't 'member her name but she was tough and gorgeous all at the same time. She did a movie or 2 w/Sam Elliott.

    Jerimiah Johnson...not cowboys but I think a man had to be alot tougher to be a Mountain Man living alone as a trapper.


    Wagon Train, Gunsmoke, Rawhide. Rin Tin Tin...I was a tyke when Rin Tin Tin was on, perhaps 5 or 6. Who else here remembers this show? It was about this lil guy who I spose was an 9 or 10 yr old orphan who'd been adopted by the troops garrisoned at a Fort with log walls. His dog was a German Shepard named Rinnie (for short) and Rin Tin Tin was the dogs name. I think Forrest Tucker was in the cast.

    Any cowboy movie with Robert Duvall as a good guy. Rooster Cogburn and Glen Campbell, True Grit.

    Bonanza. We watched Bonanza as a family. That's all I got till some of you older farts jog my memory.
    That kid was Corporal Rusty and he and his dog Rin Tin Tin lived at Ft. Apache.
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    Definitely TOMBSTONE. Can't believe no one else has mentioned it.
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    Best first:

    Unforgiven
    Open Range
    Quigley Down Under (close enough to a "western")
    Gunsmoke
    3:10 to Yuma (Crowe/Bale)

    And not a TV show or movie, but actually my favorite western so far: the video game Red Dead Redemption.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NONAME762 View Post
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    Wagon Train, Gunsmoke, Rawhide. [B] Rin Tin Tin...I was a tyke when Rin Tin Tin was on, perhaps 5 or 6. Who else here remembers this show?
    Oh yeah, remember Rin Tin Tin. Also Circus Boy with Mickey Dolenz before he turned into a Monkee. Sky King, Cisco Kid, all the old Saturday westerns.
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    This is going to sound lame and not just because it's in the news. Mine was The Long Ranger. Just remember watching it as a kid every Sunday morning with my dad right before AWA wrestling would come on. I never was much of a western guy though.
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    Tombstone and Bonanza
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