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Western films, from silent to today

The Last Traitor (1971)

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Donald O’Brien is Ned Carter, a former Confederate officer who returns to Sonora at the end of the Civil War and invites all is...

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The Beast (1970)

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Klaus Kinski plays Johnny Laster, a sex-crazed bandit who’s never seen a woman he won’t try to molest. He and two partners...

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Matalo (1970)

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Three bandits take refuge in a ghost town named Benson City. The group includes a double-crossing but handsome scoundrel named Bart,...

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It Can Be Done Amigo (1972)

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Bud Spencer is Hiram Coburn, a man who suddenly finds himself with a young boy named Chip in his care after promising his dying guardian...

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Deaf Smith and Johnny Ears (1973)

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The year is 1836. The U.S. has won the war with Mexico, leading to the formation of the Republic of Texas. Sam Houston, president of Texas,...

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Captain Apache (1971)

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Lee Van Cleef plays Captain Apache, a half-breed officer in the cavalry who’s referred to as “red ass” by whites not...

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Keoma (1976)

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Franco Nero plays Keoma, a former Civil War hero who wanders, looking for a purpose in life. He returns home and finds one, saving the...

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And Now They Call Him Sacramento (1972)

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Michael Forest is Sacramento; Fernando Bilbao his strong-arm sidekick Jim. They rob a train, just as it’s being robbed by another...

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The Magnificent Seven Ride! (1972)

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Lee Van Cleef is Chris Adams, a sheriff newly married when an old friend (Ralph Waite as Jim Mackay) arrives seeking his help to protect a...

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Chapaqua’s Gold (1970)

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Two partners — “Doc” Harrison (George Addison) and Chapaqua (Boby Lapointe) — wind up with $100,000 in gold bars....

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