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Western spoof starring Terence Hill. Thomas Moore (Hill) lives life as a maverick Englishman until he travels to the US to take over his dad's ranch. Once there he is taught how to be a 'real guy' and learns how to be an expert gunfighter under the guidance of three teachers, in tribute to his late father. Will a young man who despises guns and loves bicycles be able to survive in the Wild West?
Western directed by Arnold Laven. Chuck Connors stars in the title role as the Indian chief who, having reluctantly surrendered to the US forces in return for food and land, finds the white man's promises broken as their land is revoked. He leads the Apache tribe in all-out war against the Americans, which they can never hope to win. However, as his tribe is depleted, Geronimo continues to hold his ground.
George Sherman directs this 1960s Western starring Audie Murphy. After losing his horse to thieves, Clay Santell (Murphy) finds himself in the town of Sutterville. While there he is falsely identified by the locals as wanted murderer Travers (Jan Merlin) and, despite knowing the truth, US Marshal Harry Deckett (Stephen McNally) decides to punish Clay for Travers' crimes in order to advance his career. Clay is forced to go on the run, taking with him a hostage, Janet Gifford (Felicia Farr), who ends up helping him in his attempt to clear his name.
1950s Western starring Audie Murphy, Dan Duryea and Susan Cabot. Corrupted lawyer Tom (William Pullen) and sheriff Fred (Paul Birch) steal stock from the O'Mara ranch, killing the owner and his young son in the process. When railroad surveyor Clay O'Mara (Murphy) hears about the murder of his father and brother he returns home to seek out those responsible. Encouraged by Tom, Fred makes Clay his deputy, and while he plans to use his new status for the benefit of his investigation, the killers instead send him after gunslinger Whitey Kinkaid (Duryea), hoping he will take Clay down. However, Clay deals with Kinkaid and sets out to capture the real culprits.
Spencer G. Bennet directs this 1960s Western starring Dan Duryea. After arriving in the lawless town of Silver Creek, Willie Duggan (Duryea) quickly realises that justice can only be achieved with a gun and becomes a bounty hunter alongside Captain Luther (Fuzzy Knight). They take down a number of criminals but find their lives in danger when they come up against the ruthless Mike Clayman (Buster Crabbe).
Uncut version of the 1960s seminal spaghetti western originally banned in Britain starring Franco Nero as the outlaw who drags a coffin with him wherever he goes. Django (Nero), an ex-Yankee soldier, arrives in a US-Mexico border ghost town with speed-of-light gun skills, a romantic heart and an enigmatic morality. He gets involved in the feud between two opposing bandit gangs, one led by Major Jackson (Eduardo Fajardo), the other by Hugo Rodriguez (José Bódalo). Holding Jackson responsible for the death of his wife, Django seeks revenge by teaming up with Rodriguez in a plan to steal the major's gold. But when Rodriguez becomes unwilling to cooperate the situation gets out of hand leaving Django to rely on his sharpshooting to make it out alive.
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
The Sons of Katie Elder
1950s western drama starring Kirk Douglas as wandering cowboy Dempsey Rae. Along with his friend, Jeff Jimson (William Campbell), Rae finds work at Triangle Ranch, owned by the ambitious Miss Reed Bowman (Jeanne Crain). When Rae discovers Bowman's plan to expand her territory by cutting off the land belonging to other ranchers, he decides to pull out of his employment but he inevitably finds himself caught up in a ranch war with Jimson on the opposing side.
Collection of five classic western epics. In 'Pale Rider' (1985) a community of gold mining prospectors comes under attack from a gang of marauders, who are after the prospectors' land. Young Megan Wheeler (Sydney Penny) prays for help, which consequently arrives in the form of the Preacher (Clint Eastwood), a grim, silent stranger. The Preacher takes up the community's cause, and sets out to repel the invaders. 'The Searchers' (1965) tells the story of Ethan Edwards (John Wayne), an ex-confederate soldier who swears revenge after his brother's family is butchered by Comanches and his niece (Natalie Wood) is kidnapped. Accompanied by Martin Pawley (Jeffrey Hunter), a young foundling raised by the family, Ethan sets out on a epic seven-year search for the missing girl. But as their quest draws to a close, Martin begins to realise the extent to which Ethan has been dehumanised by his own thirst for revenge. 'The Outlaw Josey Wales' (1976) follows Josey Wales (Eastwood), a peaceful farmer at the time of the American Civil War, who becomes a Confederate outlaw in order to avenge his family's death at the hands of Union guerillas. His obsession with revenge slowly lifts, however, as he picks up various outcasts in the wilderness. Wales tries to protect his new 'family' by leading them to a safe haven where they can rebuild their lives. In 'The Wild Bunch' (1969), set in 1913, a gang of outlaws ride into a Texan border town where the railroad office is their target. The robbery turns into a blood-bath so the gang flee to a desert hideout where they discover that their loot is worthless. With the railroad company's hired guns snapping at their heels, they decide to escape to the apparent safety of the Mexican revolutionaries. In 'Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid' (1973) the old days of the West are passing, and outlaw-turned-sheriff Pat Garrett (James Coburn) is determined to move with the times. But with his former partner Billy the Kid (Kris Kristofferson) still at large in the territory, and the wish of the cattle barons that the rule of law be imposed with greater and greater force, Pat soon realises that his initial compromise will eventually lead him to betray everything he believes in.
Western in which a man falsely accused of stealing gold is released from prison and sets out to gain revenge on those who sent him away. Jake Kincaid (Alan Autry) regains his freedom with two clear objectives: to get revenge on the men who set him up and to locate the gold he is supposed to have stolen. With this in mind he heads to the town of Fairplay, but when he meets a struggling independent woman, Helen (Kimberlee Autry), his priorities become confused. Plagued by a band of gold-hunters who seem determined to take over the town, Jake may find himself forced to choose between his desire for revenge and his love for Helen.
Western revenge drama set at the end of the American Civil War. Louisiana plantation overseer Reese Paxton (Eric Braeden) decides to fight for justice for his workers, former slaves who now work for a pittance, who have been brutally attacked by the local town elite after going on strike for better pay. After he and his family are targetted by the sadistic Billy Duke (James Patrick Stuart), Reese finds himself imprisoned by Billy's corrupt father, Judge Duke (George Kennedy). Now, having survived humiliation and savage beatings, Reese sets out for his former home, determined to wreak havoc and bloody revenge.
Dodge City, 1873. Cowboy Lin McAdam (James Stewart) wins a Winchester rifle in a shooting competition, only for it to be stolen by his opponent, his arch-enemy Dutch Henry Mann (Stephen McNally). McAdam sets off in pursuit of his adversary, determined to settle a feud that dates back many years.
Teen Western based on real events in the nineteenth-century American civil war. As outlaws terrorise the increasingly lawless state of Texas, and further chaos ensues when Native Americans and immigrant Mexicans stake their claims on the land, the Governor asks Leander McNelly (Dylan McDermott) to lead a team of recruits to bring peace, law and order to the state. Lincoln Rogers Dunnison (James Van Der Beek), Randolph Douglas Scipio (Usher Raymond) and George Durham (Ashton Kutcher) leap astride their horses to take on the various bandit factions, and in particular crime kingpin John King Fisher (Alfred Molina). But does this diverse and inexperienced team have what it takes to put an end to the burning, raping and pillaging?
John Hillcoat directs this violent western set in the Australian outback, from an original screenplay by musician Nick Cave. Charlie Burns (Guy Pearce) is presented with an impossible choice by ruthless lawman Captain Stanley (Ray Winstone). To save his younger brother from the gallows, he must track down and kill his violent older brother Arthur (Danny Huston). In a harsh and oppressive environment, Charlie is forced to choose between loyalty and revenge, while Stanley tries to impose his own brutal codes of law and order, and shield his innocent young wife (Emily Watson) from the consequences.
A sprawling epic tracing the fortunes of several generations of an American pioneer family as they move West and cope with the Civil War. The film's several sections were made by different directors, including Henry Hathaway and John Ford. Spencer Tracy narrates, while Henry Fonda, Gregory Peck, James Stewart and John Wayne top the all-star bill. Not to be confused with the 1970s television series.
In September of 1857, a wagon train bound for California stops at Mountain Meadows, Utah. The emigrants are met by Mormon deacon John D. Lee (Jon Gries) and his Danites (a group of extreme Mormon vigilantes). Urged by Lee to leave the encampment, wagonmaster Alexander Fancher (Shaun Johnston) stands fast and pleads for compassion. Mormon Bishop Jacob Samuelson (Jon Voight) intervenes and allows the wagon train to stay in the valley for two weeks. The Bishop commands Lee to offer help to the settlers, while at the same time instructing his beloved oldest son Jonathan (Trent Ford) to spy on them. Jonathan is only too happy to accommodate his father's wishes, for he is captivated by the angelic smile of a beautiful young girl on the wagon train - the minister's daughter, Emily (Tamara Hope). When the Bishop returns to the encampment, Jonathan and Emily have declared their love and commitment to each other. However, Bishop Samuelson has other plans and The Church declares the wagon train to be enemy combatants who must be killed.
In Arizona in the late 1800s, infamous outlaw Ben Wade (Russell Crowe) plagues the Southern Railroad. When Wade is captured, Civil War veteran Dan Evans (Christian Bale) - struggling to survive on his drought-plagued ranch and desperate for money - volunteers need to escort him to the "3:10 to Yuma", a train that will take the killer to trial. During the journey the two men learn grudging mutual respect, but with Wade's cold-blooded gang in hot pursuit, the mission soon becomes a violent dangerous journey where honour and loyalty clash with far-reaching consequences. This superb modern western comes from the director of the Oscar winning Walk The Line.
Classic John Ford collection begins with 'My Darling Clementine' (1946), a classic paean to the Old West. Wyatt Earp (Henry Fonda) and his brothers Virgil (Tim Holt) and Morgan (Ward Bond) head for a peaceful ranching life in California, but tragedy strikes and makes Wyatt take up the Sheriff's badge again in the town of Tombstone - home to Doc Holliday (Victor Mature) and the notorious Clanton Boys. It isn't long before the Earps, Holliday and the Clantons face off in the most famous gunfight in history - at the OK Corral. Ford's adaptation of John Steinbeck's classic novel 'The Grapes Of Wrath' (1940), follows the traumatic journey made by the Joads, a dispossesed Oklahoma family who head towards California to begin a new life. Henry Fonda stars as Tom Joad, struggling against the forces of nature and the Depression to set down roots for the future. In 'The Horse Soldiers' (1959), John Wayne plays hardbitten Union Cavalry Colonel Marlowe, who teams up with a pacifist doctor (William Holden) in this Civil War western.Together with a feisty Southern belle (Constance Towers), the pair lead a cavalry patrol on a mission 300 miles into Confederate territory, in an attempt to destroy a railroad junction and choke off vital supply lines.
Scan Connery stars as the mysterious wanderer Shalako, who comes to the rescue of a party of European aristocrats who become lost on an Apache reservation while on a hunting trip.
The group, including Brigitte Bardot and Honor Blackman, must learn to trust the grim and laconic Shalako as they work together to fight off the flaming arrows of the angry Apaches in their bid to reach safety.
Thought by many to be director John Ford's masterpiece, 'The Searchers' tells the story of Ethan Edwards (John Wayne), an ex-confederate soldier who swears revenge after his brother's family is butchered by Comanches and his niece (Natalie Wood) is kidnapped. Accompanied by Martin Pawley (Jeffrey Hunter), a young foundling raised by the family, Ethan sets out on a epic seven-year search for the missing girl. But as their quest draws to a close, Martin begins to realise the extent to which Ethan has been dehumanised by his own thirst for revenge.
The body of Melquiades Estrada is found in a shallow grave in the desert where it was hastily buried after his murder. Making no attempt to solve the crime, the local authorities rapidly transfer the corpse to a pauper's grave in the cemetery.
Pete Perkins, a ranch foreman and Melquiades' best friend, takes it upon himself to track down the murderer.
A beacon of humanity in this remote part of Texas, Pete forces the killer to transport Melquiades to his own personal Eldorado in Mexico, and so offers his friend a memorable journey to his third burial.
Based on Larry McMurtry's novel, David Arquette and Jonny Lee Miller star as two young men coming of age in the days when Texas was still an independent republic. We follow the two men as they embark on their first great adventure. They sign up as Texas Rangers under the command of Caleb Cobb (F. Murray Abraham), an unpredictable bandit who wants to seize Santa Fe from the Mexicans.
Clint Eastwood directs and stars as Josey Wales, a peaceful farmer at the time of the American Civil War who becomes a Confederate outlaw in order to avenge his family's death at the hands of Union guerillas. His obsession with revenge slowly lifts, however, as he picks up various outcasts in the wilderness. Wales tries to protect his new 'family' by leading them to a safe haven where they can rebuild their lives.
English aristocrat John Morgan (Richard Harris) is captured by the Sioux in America in 1825. Subjected to torture he proves to be as brave as his captors, who eventually convert him to their way of life. Followed by two sequels ' Return of a Man Called Horse' and 'Triumphs of a Man Called Horse'.
When sea-captain Jim McKay (Gregory Peck) forgoes a life on the ocean waves and travels west to claim his bride Patricia Terrill (Carroll Baker), he finds more trouble than he bargained for. The Terrill clan are embroiled in a bitter feud over water rights with a rival family headed by Rufus Hannassey (Burl Ives). Both clans want access to land which belongs to Julie Maragon (Jean Simmons), and as their squabbling escalates, Jim and Julie find themselves caught up in the middle, doing their best to calm things down.
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