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Charles Bronson stars in this western directed by J. Lee Thompson. Troubled by a recurring dream about a giant white buffalo, Wild Bill Hickok (Bronson) travels west with hopes of tracking down the mythical beast. When he meets Native American chief Crazy Horse (Will Sampson), whose daughter has been killed by the rampaging animal, the two decide to pool their resources and venture together into the snowy forests of the North. However, the buffalo proves a more formidable foe than either of them had expected.
A half-breed soldier risks it all to save a young woman and her son living alone in the war zone when the whites break their treaty with the apache nation in 1874.
MAVERICK: An updating of the classic Western TV series MAVERICK, this comic oater finds our fast-talking, hard-gambling hero surviving many adventures while trying to come up with enough money to play in a high-stakes poker game. WILD WILD WEST: Barry Sonnenfeld is reunited with his MEN IN BLACK star Will Smith in this gadget-soaked romp based (loosely) on the 1960s television show. WILD WILD WEST supplies many impressive visuals (thanks to brilliant production designer Bo Welch) and some hearty laughs. Will Smith is James West, a Civil War hero and U.S. marshal inclined to shoot first and ask questions later. His partner is the wacky inventor and pseudointellectual Artemus Gordon (Kevin Kline). The team is created when the world's leading scientists are kidnapped by a diabolical madman named Dr. Arliss Loveless (Kenneth Branagh), and President Ulysses S. Grant (also played by Kevin Kline) wants his two best men on the job. Loveless's machines have the creepy fun feeling of EDWARD SCISSORHANDS (Welch again)--many of them have a spider motif--and Artemus Gordon rivals him with his own fun inventions. An odd but enjoyable blend of science fiction and old-school Western, WILD WILD WEST is packed with cool images and slick action sequences.
In nineteenth century America, William Blake (Johnny Depp) travels West to take up a position at Dickinson's metal works, only to find that the vacancy has already been filled. A series of chaotic and violent confrontations leave Blake wounded, but he is befriended by a native American named Nobody, who takes him on a spiritual journey. Indie guru Jim Jarmusch directs.
Anthony Quinn stars as Mexican gunfighter Dave Robles in this 1950s Western directed by Harry Horner. When out-of-towner Dan Ritchy (Barry Atwater) shows up challenging Robles, a gunslinger whose path he had crossed years before, to a duel, Ritchy pays the ultimate price for his pride as Robles defeats him without breaking a sweat. After the duel, the position of town sheriff is awarded to Robles and he sets about trying to win over the rest of the residents who are yet to warm to his hard-hitting ways. The cast also includes Katy Jurado, Peter Whitney and Douglas Fowley.
Robert Mitchum stars in this classic 1950s Western based on Tom Lea's novel. When injured mercenary Martin Brady (Mitchum), under the employ of notorious smugglers the Castro brothers (Victor Mendoza and Pedro Armendariz), loses a shipment of rifles and ammunition, he is taken in by U.S. Army Major Colton (Gary Merrill), who uses Brady's expertise to gain control over the hostile Apaches in Mexico. As he begins to fall for Colton's wife Helen (Julie London), Brady has a big decision to make: go back to Mexico and face the Castro brothers or fight Colton for Helen's hand. The cast also includes Albert Dekker, Jack Oakie and Charles McGraw.
Western starring Robert Mitchum. When embittered gunfighter Clint Tollinger (Mitchum) is employed by Marshal Sims (Henry Hull) to protect the lawless small town of Sheridan City from a no-good rancher and his heavies, he finds his estranged wife Nelly (Jan Sterling) working as a dancing girl in one of the town's saloons. Can Nelly convince her husband to give up his day job and take up a less dangerous hobby?
Kuroda (Toshiro Mifune), a samurai warrior, is accompanying a Japanese diplomat to the US. They are carrying a golden, jewel-encrusted sword to present as a token of goodwill to the president, however they are ambushed by two outlaws - Gauche (Alain Delon) and Link (Charles Bronson). When Gauche double-crosses Link and keeps the sword for himself, Link joins forces with Kuroda to return the sword to its rightful owner.
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.
America's longest running, trail blazing western, Gunsmoke, returns to DVD with the second volume of the pioneering seventh season!
Sergio Leone's classic spaghetti western forms the final part of the trilogy that brought Clint Eastwood to Hollywood's attention. During the American Civil War, the paths of three loners - Joe (Eastwood), Tuco (Eli Wallach) and Setenza (Lee Van Cleef) - cross as they search for the grave of Bill Carson, home to a hidden fortune. As the war intensifies, the treasure seekers become drawn into a battle that dwarfs their own mercenary pursuits.
In the desolate wilderness of new mexico, an estranged father returns home to make peace with his adult daughter. When her child suddenly vanishes, father and daughter delve into the supernatural to get her back.
Take three trips back to the Old West alongside James Arness as he reprises his unforgettable role of Marshall Matt Dillion in these TV movies based on the classic show.
Late 1940s western starring Dick Powell and Jane Greer. Investigating the murder of two men and the raid on the gold shipment they were guarding, private detective Haven (Powell) searches for some answers in a small frontier town where saloon singer Charlie (Greer) seems to be the head of the operation. In disguise, Haven begins to work for Charlie, all the while gathering information to prove her involvement in the robbery. Agnes Moorehead and Burt Ives co-star.
In this made-for-tv western, a down and dirty town is forced to shape up when a new Sheriff (Clint Walker) comes to town. However, when a scheme is launched to destroy the lawman's authority, he must discover the perpetrators & preserve his reputation.
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.
A texas cattle man swings into action when outlaws kidnap his grandson and wound his son.
Triple bill of western dramas. In 'Stranger On Horseback' (1955) Judge Richard Thorne (Joel McCrea) attempts to straighten out a town which is ruled by the powerful Bannerman family. When Tom Bannerman (Kevin McCarthy) commits murder, Judge Thorne is determined to get justice. 'Outlaw Women' (1952) is set in a town where female outlaws rule the roost and live independent from men. The women's status is threatened, however, by a gang of crooks and an election in which they cannot vote. In 'Four Fast Guns' (1960) Tom Sabin (James Craig) arrives in a small town where the citizens live under the tyranny of a saloon owner. When Sabin makes a stand against the authority for the sake of the townsfolk, he finds himself being chased by four gunmen, one of whom is his outlaw brother, Johnny (Brett Halsey).
1950s western starring Audie Murphy and Dennis Weaver. Lieutenant Sayre (Murphy) is stationed near a Navajo Indian tribe during the lead up to the American Civil War. Sayre and Indian chief Menguito (Weaver) have been friends since childhood but when the lieutenant is tricked by Confederate supporters into provoking the tribe, they find themselves on opposing sides. Sayre must uncover those responsible for the scheme in order to prevent the Navajos from doing battle with the US forces.
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