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Robert Hossein directs and stars in this 1969 Spaghetti Western. The film follows enigmatic loner Manuel (Hossein), who is enlisted by Maria (Michèle Mercier), the wife of a local cattle rancher who has recently been murdered, to help her get revenge. Feeling an attraction to Maria, Manuel agrees to help and sets about getting close to the killers...
Clint Eastwood and Shirley MacLaine star in this classic western directed by Don Siegel. After turning up in French controlled New Mexico in the hope of making a quick buck, gunslinger Hogan (Eastwood) shows his fundamentally noble nature by saving the helpless Sara (MacLaine) from being raped by a gang of unruly bandits. Although shocked to find that Sara is in fact a prostitute, the unlikely couple agree to team up with Mexican revolutionaries in an attempt to take control of the French garrison nearby and claim their share of the camp's many riches.
John Lund, Dorothy Malone and Mike Connors star in R. Wright Campbell's rugged tale of five outlaws whose next stop is the gallows unless they take on a dangerous mission. Agreeing to hijack a stagecoach carrying a traitor and $30,000 in gold, the gang brave hostile Comanches and a rivalry brought on by the presence of the beautiful and cunning Shalee Jethro (Malone). But when their uneasy alliance dissolves, the only thing any of the men can trust is his own six-shooter.
Sam Riley stars in this Austrian-German Western following one man's quest for revenge. In order to seek vengeance for an attack on his parents years previously, lone rider Greider (Riley) arrives in an isolated town in the Austrian Alps intent on taking down Brenner (Hans-Michael Rehberg) and his six sons who rule over the locals. With a number of the townsfolk remaining loyal to the Brenners, despite their tyrannical rule, will Greider be able to pull off his mission?
Samuel Fuller writes and directs this classic western starring Barbara Stanwyck. The story follows authoritarian rancher Jessica Drummond (Stanwyck), who rules the town of Tombstone in Cochise County, Arizona, with her private posse of forty hired guns, brushing aside the spineless sheriff Ned Logan (Dean Jagger). However, when non-violent lawman Griff Bonnell (Barry Sullivan) arrives to restore law and order to the county, Jessica finds her emotions interfering with business for the first time as she falls passionately in love with the newcomer.
Joseph M. Newman directs this 1950s Western starring Joel McCrea and Forrest Tucker. After his commanding officer is killed in an ambush, Sergeant Vinson (McCrea) must step up and take charge of his regiment. Motivated by revenge for the murder of his wife and children, Vinson leads his men in the direction of a distant fort - along the way coming across an Indian army that outnumbers them. Can they fight their way through and make it to safety? The cast also includes Susan Cabot, John Russell and George Neise.
Collection of six Westerns. In 'Man in the Shadow' (1957) wealthy tyrant Virgil Renchler (Orson Welles) rules over cow town Spurline from his Golden Empire ranch. When his henchmen kill a young worker, Sheriff Ben Sadler (Jeff Chandler) investigates but meets resistance not only from those responsible but also from the local people who are afraid their town will suffer without Renchler's business. In 'Law and Order' (1953), after his attempts to bring peace to Tombstone prove futile due the townspeople's disregard for the justice system, Marshal Frame Johnson (Ronald Reagan) decides to move to Cottonwood along with his girlfriend Jeannie (Dorothy Malone) and his brothers Lute (Alex Nicol) and Jimmy (Russell Johnson). Johnson and his brothers build a ranch where he hopes to settle down but his wish for a peaceful life is dashed when he realises that the people of Cottonwood are just as corrupt as those he left behind. The local judge seeks his help to bring law and order to the town and though initially reluctant, Johnson finally accepts the challenge when his brothers are targeted by criminals. In 'Ride Clear of Diablo' (1954) 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 (Audie 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 (Dan Duryea), hoping he will take Clay down. However, Clay deals with Kinkaid and sets out to capture the real culprits. 'The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid' (1972) is based on the real-life James-Younger gang of outlaws and their final bank robbery in September 1876. After being granted immunity by the state of Missouri, Jesse James (Robert Duvall) and Cole Younger (Cliff Robertson) plan one last raid with the First National Bank of Northfield as their target. However, the robbery does not go accordingly and the gang find themselves under fire from the local citizens. Will the outlaws escape with their freedom and their lives? In 'Border River' (1954), during the American Civil War, Major Clete Mattson (Joel McCrea) arrives at Mexican enclave Zona Libre, having stolen two millon dollars of Union money with which he plans to purchase firearms for the Confederacy. The tyrannical General Eduardo Calleja (Pedro Armendariz) who runs Zona Libre offers him a safe haven for a substantial fee. However, the general's girlfriend Carmelita (Yvonne De Carlo), who develops feelings for Mattson, warns him that Calleja can't be trusted... In 'Horizons West' (1952), after the Civil War, brothers Dan (Robert Ryan) and Neal Drummond (Rock Hudson) return home to their Texas ranch. While Neal is satisfied with the quiet life of running a small ranch, Dan is eager to expand the business and create an empire. When he has a run-in with the ruthless Cord Hardin (Raymond Burr), Dan ends up breaking the law in order to fulfil his desire for power. Meanwhile, Neal becomes a lawman and must hold Dan accountable for his crimes.
1950s Western starring Audie Murphy. After being accused of a crime he didn't commit, Bill Doolin aka The Cimarron Kid (Murphy) becomes a fugitive and joins a gang of outlaws, helping them to pull off a number of robberies. When he meets a ranch owner's daughter, Carrie Roberts (Beverly Tyler), the two fall in love but Doolin decides to perform one final robbery before going straight. Will it cost him his chance at happiness?
Western set against the backdrop and greed of the gold rush. Three Americans (Gary Cooper, Richard Widmark and Cameron Mitchell) are stranded in a small Mexican village on their way to the famed California gold fields. But whilst there, they are offered a huge cash sum to travel with a local woman (Susan Hayward) into the wilderness to rescue her husband, a trapped miner.
1950s Western starring Audie Murphy and Walter Matthau. When a US marshal dies, outlaw Joe Maybe (Murphy) takes his identity and arrives in Webb City where Judge Kyle (Matthau) makes him sheriff. Maybe plans to use his new status to rob the local bank. However, the arrival of an old flame, Tessa (Gia Scala), and his rival Sam Teeler (Henry Silva) complicates matters. Can Maybe still pull off the heist?
Classic Western starring John Wayne and James Stewart. Big-city lawyer Ransom (Stewart) heads into the Wild West outpost of Shinbone to bring local outlaw Liberty Valance (Lee Marvin) to justice. En route, he is met by a posse led by Valance, who beat him within an inch of his life. Passing cowboy Tom Doniphon (Wayne) rescues Ransom, gets him set up in Shinbone and supports his efforts to be elected sheriff. Meanwhile, he also attempts to teach his clumsy protegé the fundamentals of gunslinging, so that Valance may at last be brought to book.
Gregory Peck plays a farmer obsessed with hunting down and killing the four outlaws who raped and murdered his wife. Whilst on their trail he realises that he has been corrupted by his revenge and is no better than them. Also starring Joan Collins and Lee van Cleef.
John Wayne gained his first starring role in this early Raoul Walsh talkie, playing the young leader of a pioneer wagon train travelling across the Oregon Trail. Repulsing Indian attacks and battling against the hostile elements, The Duke still finds time for romance with a fellow traveller (Marguerite Churchill).
1950s western starring Alan Ladd and Shelley Winters. When Mountie Thomas O'Rourke (Ladd) and his half brother, Cree Indian Cajou (Jay Silverheels), discover Grace (Winters), the only survivor of a burned out wagon, new Mountie Inspector Benton (Robert Douglas) surmises that the fire was a result of a Cree attack and disarms the tribe. Meanwhile, the Sioux Indians are hoping to make the Crees their allies in order to defeat the US 7th Cavalry. The Canadian policemen attempt to prevent the joining of the two Indian tribes, leaving O'Rourke to choose between his duty and his morals.
Luke Perry and C. Thomas Howell star in this made-for-TV western. When his family is murdered by escaped convict Tate (Kim Coates), ex-lawman Matt Austin (Perry) follows the killer's trail into Mexico. There he mistakenly kills a Spanish landowner who is trying to enlist the help of the outlaw to stop greedy land baron Horn (Howell) from taking over his ranch. Realising his mistake, Austin makes a promise to the dying man that he will do all he can to protect his widow (Jaclyn DeSantis) and young son from the avaricious advances of Horn and Tate.
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Western from director Anthony Harvey, starring Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston. Native American White Bull (Waterston) steals a white stallion belonging to a military deserter, Pike (Sheen). The drama follows Pike as he pursues White Bull, determined to retrieve his horse, Eagle's Wing, from its captor. Harvey Keitel co-stars.
Low-budget mid-1970s desert western starring Ray Danton as Apache Chief Yellow Shirt, who sets out to take revenge on the band of renegade soldiers led by Sam Glass (Dewitt Lee) which was responsible for the massacre of his tribe.
1950s western starring Alan Ladd and Olivia de Havilland. After the horrors of the American Civil War, John Chandler (Ladd)'s son David (David Ladd) has become a mute. Hoping to cure him of his ailment, John travels north in search of medical advice but on the way he is imprisoned for a crime he didn't commit. Linnett Moore (Havilland), a woman who saw what really happened during the incident, pays the necessary fee to get John out of jail. John and his son then go to live on Linnett's farm, where John works to repay her. However, they soon find themselves at the hands of the powerful Burleigh family, who are determined to take Linnett's land from her.
Clint Eastwood western triple bill in which he both stars and directs. In 'Pale Rider' 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 (Eastwood), a grim, silent stranger. The Preacher takes up the community's cause, and sets out to repel the invaders. In 'The Outlaw Josey Wales', Josey Wales (Eastwood) is 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. Finally in 'Unforgiven, it is 1880s Kansas and ageing gunslinger-turned-farmer William Munny (Eastwood) reluctantly agrees to come out of retirement to help Ned Logan (Morgan Freeman) collect the bounty on a wanted murderer. The man in question cut up a prostitute in a lawless town lorded over by the corrupt Sheriff Daggett (Gene Hackman), and if Munny and Logan want to catch him they are going to have to deal with Daggett first. A gritty western which brought a new level of critical respect to its director, Clint Eastwood, winning him the Oscars for Best Picture and Best Director (it also picked up the Best Supporting Actor award for Gene Hackman).
Triple bill of western movies starring Clint Eastwood. In 'High Plains Drifter' (1973), the unwelcome arrival of a stranger (Eastwood) in the town of Lagos causes resentment and fear among the locals. However, when they come under threat from a band of escaped convicts, it is to the stranger that the townsfolk turn for salvation. He agrees to help, and sets about teaching the populace the arts of self defence. In 'The Beguiled' (1970), during the American Civil War, a wounded Union soldier (Eastwood) is taken in by the all-female staff of a Confederate Louisiana girls' school as their 'prize'. However, the soldier cunningly plays the women off against each other, working on their sexual frustrations and biding his time until he can make an escape. In 'Joe Kidd' (1972), Eastwood plays a drunken tracker coerced by American business tycoon, Frank Harlan (Robert Duvall), to go in search of Mexican agitator, Luis Chama (John Saxon).
Two classic westerns starring John Wayne. In 'Blue Steel' (1934) a town is held to ransom by a band of outlaws when gold is discovered. All looks grim until Wayne comes on the scene and stands up to them. With George 'Gabby' Hayes and Eleanor Hunt. In 'The Lucky Texan' (1934) Wayne stars as Jerry Mason, a young Texan who becomes partners with an old rancher, Jake Benson (Hayes), and they strike it rich with a gold mine. Their lives become complicated when they attract the attention of the bad guys and a woman (Barbara Sheldon).
1877, the lawless era in Deadwood is coming to an end. As the town's first elections approach, it becomes apparent that, like it or not, civilization is on its way.
But a civilized town is not necessarily a peaceful town, and the power struggles that determine the fate of Deadwood have never been more brutal.
A ruthless newcomer, businessman George Hearst, threatens to reshape the town in his own image, forcing Deadwood's settlers - including the steadfast lawman Seth Bullock and the cutthroat saloon owner Al Swearengen - to form strategic alliances if they expect to thrive, and survive. While bloody conflicts change the face and fate of the town, the citizens of Deadwood come to the harsh realization... some fortunes are better left unclaimed.
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