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Western films, from silent to today

Geronimo (1939)

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Geronimo is terrorizing the southwest and President Grant wants an end to the hostilities. So he sends one of his veteran officers, Gen....

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Gold Raiders (1951)

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Moe, Shemp and Larry are The Three Stooges this time around and they’ve headed West as traveling salesmen when they scare off a band...

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The Iroquois Trail (1950)

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George Montgomery is Nat Cutler, who finds himself trying to clear the name of his dead brother during the French and Indian War and nearly...

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Montana (1950)

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Errol Flynn plays Morgan Lane, who rides into Montana not with a herd of cattle, but with a herd of sheep. And that puts the cattle barons...

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Silver River (1948)

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Errol Flynn is Mike McComb, a Union officer ordered to guard a payroll wagon carrying $1 million during the action around Gettysburg. When...

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San Antonio (1945)

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Rustlers are driving Texan cattlemen out of business, and outlaws are taking control of the territory around San Antonio. But Clay Hardin...

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The Younger Brothers (1949)

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The three outlaws that make up the Younger Brothers arrive in Cedar Creek to meet younger brother, Bob. They’ve sworn to forsake...

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Apache (1954)

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Burt Lancaster plays Massai, an Apache brave who’s determined to carry on the warrior lifestyle even after Geronimo surrenders. So...

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South of St. Louis (1949)

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Kip Davis (Joel McCrea), Charlie Burns (Zachary Scott) and Lee Price (Douglas Kennedy) are best friends and partners in the Three-Bell...

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Rose of Cimarron (1952)

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Mala Powers is Rose, so named by the Cherokee family that adopted her following an attack on the wagon train in which her parents where...

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