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    Chads western movie quest

    I am a big movie buff. I have decide to go on a quest to watch every western movie I can get my hands on. Starting with The Assassination of Jesse James. I would like to get a list of movies going. What does everyone recommend?


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    Once Upon a Time in the West

    Henry Fonda
    Charles Bronson
    Jason Robards
    Claudia Cardinale

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    Unforgiven.

    The Outlaw Josey Wales.

    3:10 to Yuma

    Open Range
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    Stagecoach
    High Noon
    3:10 to Yuma, both of them
    The Searchers
    Longriders
    Lonesome Dove
    All of the John Wayne movies
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    Pale Rider
    Blazing Saddles
    Open Range
    Legends of the Fall
    Horse Whisperer
    True Grit
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    The Gunfighter
    The Outlaw Josey Wales
    Shane
    Tombstone
    Red River (1948)
    True Grit (1968 & 2010)
    Lonesome Dove
    Big Jake
    The Shootist
    Hondo
    Stagecoach (1939)
    Appaloosa (2008)
    The Wild Bunch
    Winchester '73
    The Cheyenne Social Club
    The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
    The Far Country
    Bend of the River
    Rio Bravo
    The Searchers
    She Wore a Yellow Ribbon
    Fort Apache
    Red River

    O.K.I'll stop! These Flicks are not in any order just westerns I have always liked & I'm forgetting a lot! I don't have one Gary Cooper or Randolph Scott Movie listed, and there all good!
    Really tough to beat a good western!
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    Cowboy with Jack Lemmon
    Quick & the Dead
    All 50 of the Sergio Leone Eastwood movies.
    Three burials of Melquiaded Estrada.
    Hell on Wheels series.
    Any or all of the Duke's movies.
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    All the Pretty Horses
    Desperado
    Once upon a time on the west
    Blackthorn
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    Yellow rock
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    How The West Was Won.

    I never got to see it. According to my folks it was too grownup for me and my Sister. I was 8 or 9 at the time so it came out around 1961 or 1962. A souvenir book full of pictures came home full of movie scenes and stuff. It was sposed to be a Jim Dandy.
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    I don't have a list, but if you order the Hamilton Booksellers catalog they have literally 1000's of them listed.
    I just received a 130+ page catalog of nothing but DVDs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NONAME762 View Post
    How The West Was Won.

    I never got to see it. According to my folks it was too grownup for me and my Sister. I was 8 or 9 at the time so it came out around 1961 or 1962. A souvenir book full of pictures came home full of movie scenes and stuff. It was sposed to be a Jim Dandy.
    It was!
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    I'd forgotten Cowboy... great film
    The Professionals
    The Wild Bunch
    Open Range
    John Wayne and the Cowboys (get to hate on Bruce Dern a lot)
    The Shootist
    Ah heck, any Duke Western
    Shane
    Tombstone
    The Tom Selleck Westerns
    How the West was Won
    Not exactly a western but They came to Cordura
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