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Collection of western films and feature-length TV episodes. In 'Cry Blood, Apache' (1970) five wandering prospectors discover gold at an Apache camp, and quickly despatch the resident Indians bar one woman (Marie Gahua), who they hope can lead them to more riches. A brave who was absent at the time of the killings returns to discover the massacre and quickly sets out to track the murderers down, meting out justice the Apache way. In 'Mohawk' (1956) Boston artist Jonathan Adams (Scott Brady) travels to Mohawk Valley to paint portraits of the Native Americans, and while there falls in love with the local Indian chief's daughter, Onida (Rita Gam). But when a resentful local landowner, Butler (John Hoyt), tries to instigate a war with the Indians, Adams is forced to step in to stop the bloodshed. In 'The Battle of Bloody Stones' (1967), an episode from the 'Cimarron Strip' TV series, John Wolf (Tom Nardini), the son of Indian Chief Ghost Wolf (Henry Wilcoxon), is killed as a result of a re-enactment show put on by Wildcat Gallagher (Gene Evans). It is up to Marshal Jim Crown (Stuart Whitman) to suppress the outbreak of war between the Indian tribe and Gallagher's posse. In 'Heller' (1968), another episode from 'Cimarron Strip', Marshal Crown is badly injured when chasing thief Logan Purcell (Morgan Woodward) and his fellow outlaws. When Heller (Tuesday Weld), a young woman with connections to Purcell's gang, helps Crown to recover, the two decide to run away to Cimarron but are chased by the crooks who are determined to punish Heller for her betrayal. In 'Sitting Bull' (1954), set in the lead-up to the Battle of Little Bighorn, Major Robert Parrish (Dale Robertson) is disgusted with the US Army's treatment of the Sioux Indians in the Black Hills of Dakota. Parrish attempts to make peace between the warring sides, but when he fails, a final brutal battle ensues. J. Carrol Naish co-stars in the title role. Finally, 'Kentucky Rifle' (1956) follows a group of travellers whose wagon breaks down in Comanche territory. Concealed in the travellers' wagon are Kentucky rifles, made for settlers to defend themselves against the natives. Aware these weapons are in the group's possession, the Comanche tribe deliver an ultimatum - if they do not hand over the rifles, they will not be allowed to pass safely through the Indians' land.
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.
Feature-length episode of the 1960s Western series set in the town of Cimarron. In this instalment, Marshal Jim Crown (Stuart Whitman) is shot while pursuing a gang of murderous outlaws who prey on isolated Indian settlements. He is hidden and nursed back to health by Heller (Tuesday Weld), a beautiful young white woman who was raised by Indians but now works for the outlaw gang.
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.
1970s spaghetti western. Featuring Franco Nero, star of 'Django' (1966), this film was released in some countries as a sequel. Nero plays a mixed race soldier who finds on his return from the civil war that his hometown is overrun with gangsters.
Director Anthony Mann's dark, psychological western tells the story of a ranch owner T.C. Jeffords (Walter Huston) at odds with his upstart daughter Vanca (Barbara Stanwyck) over matters of marriage and ultimately land. The mythic grandeur of the Wild West is superimposed with the the soul-churning struggles of Greek tragedy in this unusually intense frontier film. THE FURIES' stark black-and-white cinematography was nominated for an Academy Award.
Episode four of the 1960s American western series, following the adventures of Marshal Jim Crown (Stuart Whitman). Crown is sent to Cimarron Territory to keep law and order in the area after disputes between cattlemen and incoming settlers. He must also deal with the return of his old friend, Bear, and his gang, when their behaviour becomes out of hand in Cimarron.
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).
Ed Harris directs and stars in this Western, which co-stars Viggo Mortensen and Jeremy Irons. When Virgil Cole (Harris) and Everett Hitch (Mortensen) arrive in Appaloosa, they find a town suffering at the hands of villaionous rancher Randall Bragg (Irons). Their attempts to free the town from Bragg's tyranny are complicated by the arrival of beautiful young widow Allison French (Renee Zellweger).
Renegades steal a new machine gun from the cavalry after the Civil War.
Bill Bixby (THE INCREDIBLE HULK) is Sam Lowell, a free-spirited frontiersman who enlists crusty Wyoming cowboy Bo Hopkins (DYNASTY) for a showdown with a land baron trying to drive out the smaller ranchers and take over their property. Billy Green Bush (THE HITCHER) and M. Emmet Walsh (BLOOD SIMPLE) co-star.
Set during the Mexican revolution in 1913, a government agent is sent to infiltrate the bande of a revolutionary general, win his trust and then assassinate him. Starring Klaus Kinski and Gian Maria Volonte.
1972 Western NBC movie starring George Peppard(The A-Team), Pernell Roberts (Bonanza) and Joaquin Martinez(Die Another Day).
Five films directed by and, in two cases, starring Clint Eastwood. In 'Gran Torino' (2008), curmudgeonly Korean War veteran and racist Walt Kowalski (Eastwood) catches Asian teenager Thao Vang Lor (Bee Vang) trying to steal his prized 1972 Gran Torino car. He then sets out on a personal mission to bring him into line - an act that causes waves throughout the gang-dominated neighbourhood. 'Flags of Our Fathers' and 'Letters From Iwo Jima' are two parts of one story. 'Flags of Our Fathers' (2006) is based on the book by James Bradley and Ron Powers. In February 1945, even as victory in Europe was finally within reach, the war in the Pacific raged on. One of the most crucial and bloodiest battles of the war was the struggle for the island of Iwo Jima, which culminated with what would become one of the most iconic images in history: five Marines and a Navy corpsman raising the American flag on Mount Suribachi. But the surviving flag raisers had no interest in being held up as symbols and did not consider themselves heroes; they wanted only to stay on the front with their brothers in arms who were fighting and dying without fanfare or glory. 'Letters from Iwo Jima' (2006) is based on the book 'Picture Letters from Commander in Chief' by Tadamichi Kuribayashi. The island of Iwo Jima stands between the American military force and the home islands of Japan. Therefore the Imperial Japanese Army is desperate to prevent it from falling into American hands and providing a launching point for an invasion of Japan. General Tadamichi Kuribayashi (Ken Watanabe) is given command of the forces on the island and sets out to prepare for the imminent attack. General Kuribayashi, however, does not favour the rigid traditional approach recommended by his subordinates, and resentment and resistance fester among his staff. 'Mystic River' (2003) is based on the novel by Dennis Lehane. Set in the Irish community of Boston, it tells the story of three childhood friends who have drifted apart over the years owing to a violent and disturbing experience they shared as children, and are forcibly reunited many years later following another tragic event. When ex-con Jimmy Markum (Sean Penn)'s 19-year-old daughter Katie is murdered, the homicide detectives assigned to the case are Whitney Powers (Laurence Fishburne) and Jimmy's old friend Sean Devine (Kevin Bacon). Behind the scenes, Jimmy asks two of his relatives, the Savage brothers, to mount their own investigation, and the finger of suspicion begins to point to the final person in the childhood trio, Dave Boyle (Tim Robbins), who is now a broken man. 'Unforgiven' (1992) is a gritty Western set in 1880s Kansas. Ageing gunslinger-turned-farmer William Munny (Eastwood) reluctantly agrees to come out of retirement to help 'The Schofield Kid' (Jaimz Woolvett) 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 'Little Bill' Daggett (Gene Hackman), and if Munny, the kid, and Munny's partner, Ned Logan (Morgan Freeman), want to catch him they are going to have to deal with Daggett first.
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).
In four action-packed episodes of the popular wild-west adventure series, thrilling sagas of legendary sharpshooter Annie Oakley ( Gail Davis) unfold in the dusty town of Diablo. Chasing outlaws from the saddle of her trusty horse, Target, Annie keeps law and order with Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig ( Brad Johnson) at her side. Helping them is Annie's younger brother Tagg, always eager to solve the town's exciting mysteries of suspense. A fictional account of the life of the famous star of Buffalo Bill Cody's Wild West Show, these episodes amazed audiences with Annie's fast and fancy shooting and breathtaking horse riding stunts. Mississippi Kid: After a robbery attempt, a young man staggers into town. Annie's high-riding saves him, but the brash lad thinks he knows everything and doesn't want Annie's help settling in. Danger lurks when the young man accidentally confronts the bandits at their hideout.End of a Gun: A former Rough Rider is framed for shooting an Indian. Annie, Lofty and Tagg must find the real killer before the slaying triggers an all out land war. Arrows and bullets fly as the peace keeping trio searches frantically for clues.Reckless Press: His best man shot dead by bank robbers during his wedding, a distraught groom unwittingly helps convict the wrong man for the crime. Annie and Lofty race against the hangman's clock to capture the brazen gang behind the killing.Valley of the Shadows: A store owner is robbed at gun point, then shot and left to die. His young daughter witnesses the bloodshed and the killers vow to silence her. Annie, Lofty and Tagg are determined to stop them.
Clint Eastwood and Morgan Freeman play retired, down-on-their-luck outlaws who pick up their guns one last time to collect a bounty offered by the vengeful prostitutes of the remote Wyoming town of Big Whiskey.
Richard Harris is an ill-fated interloper, a colourful killer-for-hire called English Bob. And Best Supporting Actor Oscar Winner Gene Hackman is the sly and brutal local sheriff who's brand of law enforcement ranges from unconventional to ruthless. Big trouble is coming to Big Whiskey.
Learning from each other and forming their own code of ethics, The Magnificent Seven vow to defeat the outlaws of the West and gain the respect of the common folk.
The seven men include their embittered leader, a former gun-for-hire seeking redemption; a sharpshooter and bounty hunter; a former slave who becomes a healer; a young and cocky Eastern-bred idealist; a smooth-talking con-artist; a womanizing gunslinger; and a former priest turned eccentric prophet.
With each episode, their legend grows through their heroic deeds of friendship, loyalty and justice.
At the turn of the last century, two brothers fall in love with the same woman. When she chooses the younger of the two, the embittered older brother travels to europe where he becomes a ruthless mercenary... But the revolution soon takes a personal twist with one brother hanging on the edge of life and death.
THREE BAD MEN: In John Ford's 1926 drama, three outlaws step up the task of helping a young girl whose father was killed. HANGMAN'S HOUSE: Set in Ireland, this 1928 John Ford feature concerns a dying man's attempts to arrange a future and marriage for his daughter, who wants nothing to do with the plan. John Wayne appears as an extra in one scene.
Gunslingers and mormon farmers roust the bad guys in this laugh-packed spoof of spaghetti westerns.
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.
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.
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