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Triple bill of westerns starring John Wayne. 'The Undefeated' (1969) is set in the aftermath of the American Civil War. Confederate Colonel James Langdon (Rock Hudson) prepares to travel to Mexico with his family. When they are attacked by bandits, it is Union Colonel J.H. Thomas (Wayne) who comes to their aid. The former enemies find themselves united in their efforts to resist Mexican Emperor Maximillian, and Juarez, the rebel leader. When the rebels kidnap the Southerners, Colonel Thomas must decide whether to surrender his valuable herd of 3,000 horses and secure their release, or leave them to their fate. In 'The Comancheros' (1961), Wayne stars as Texas Ranger Jake Cutter, whose path crosses with that of professional gambler Paul Regret (Stuart Whitman). The two become uneasy bedfellows in their quest to crush a powerful outlaw gang who are selling arms and alcohol to the local Indians. Finally, 'North to Alaska' (1960) is a lighthearted western starring Wayne and Stewart Granger as rough-and-tumble gold prospectors in Alaska. When Sam McCord (Wayne) and George Pratt (Granger) eventually strike it rich in the gold rush, George sends Sam to Seattle to fetch his fiancee; but Sam falls in love with her. George eventually accepts his loss and sets about finding a new gal, but instead only seems to find trouble.
Western allegory about the rise of European fascism, this spaghetti western follows a New England History teacher travelling to the Frontier to educate the pioneers only to find himself thrust into conflict with a band of outlaws.
A special agent is hot on the trail of a band of outlaws only to find he must break the law to get his man.
An entertaining and wholly different type of western, Martin Ritt's HOMBRE is based on a novel by Hollywood favorite Elmore Leonard (JACKIE BROWN). Paul Newman stars as John Russell, a white man raised by Apaches. When his last living relative dies, Russell inherits property that he decides to sell to a man in a neighboring town. So, Russell gets a ride on a stagecoach, along with seven other white passengers, to make the sale. However, when Russell's Apache heritage is discovered, the other passengers force him to ride on top of the coach. Along the way, the coach is raided by thieves who steal its horses and a substantial amount of money from one of the passengers, named Favor. Russell is able to get the money back from the thieves, but Favor's wife has been taken hostage and, robbed of their horses, the passengers are stranded. Russell is indifferent to the fate of Favor's wife, but the group cannot argue because he is the only one among them who knows the way home. Chased by the thieves for the money they still have, the group has to make a stand at an abandoned mine where they call on Russell to save Favor's wife.
Charlton Heston plays the lead role in this bloody Sam Peckinpah western. As Major Dundee he joins forces with his sworn enemy (Richard Harris) to form a small, ruthless army who are to go on a mission of revenge after an Apache massacre of US Cavalry troops. They follow a trail into Mexico where they battle the murderous Indians as well as the French Army.
Quentin Tarantino directs this Academy Award-winning western starring Jamie Foxx as a freed slave who sets out to rescue his wife from a merciless plantation owner. Django (Foxx), a slave with a violent past, earns the favour of bounty hunter Dr. King Schultz (Cristoph Waltz) when he helps him kill a trio of infamous murderers. Schultz frees Django and begins training him as a fully-fledged bounty hunter. The pair enjoy further success tackling some of the American South's most troublesome criminals, but Schultz gradually becomes aware that Django has motivations beyond earning a reward - Django has been searching for his wife, Broomhilda (Kerry Washington). When the duo discover that she is enslaved to the ruthless Calvin Caddie (Leonardo DiCaprio) they begin hatching a plan for her rescue. However, with Caddie's employees numbering the vigilant Stephen (Samuel L. Jackson) and mindful bodyguard Butch (James Remar), it may well be the pair's biggest challenge yet. Christoph Waltz won the Academy Award, a Golden Globe and a BAFTA for his supporting performance, while Tarantino won the Academy Award, a Golden Globe and a BAFTA for his original screenplay.
John Wayne stars as Texas Ranger Jake Cutter whose path crosses with that of professional gambler Paul Regret (Stuart Whitman). The two become uneasy bedfellows in their quest to crush a powerful outlaw gang who are selling arms and alcohol to the local Indians. This was director Michael Curtiz's last film and also stars Lee Marvin and Ina Balin.
John Ford directs this 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.
Chino Valdez (Charles Bronson) is a ranch owner of mixed race who secretly plans to marry his neighbour's daughter Katherine (Jill Ireland). Her father threatens to destroy Valdez rather than let him continue seeing his daughter, and Katherine's brother Maral brings the wedding to a halt.
Western starring Lee Van Cleef as a judge determined to bring three lawless brothers who terrorise a small town to justice.
A collection that features eight films starring the iconic Clint Eastwood.
Italian spaghetti western starring Terence Hill as gunslinger Django. While working for a corrupt politician under the pretence of hanging innocent men so his boss can claim their land, Django in fact fakes their deaths and recruits them for his own gang so he can get revenge on the man he holds responsible for his wife's murder.
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