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Western films, from silent to today

Johnny Guitar (1954)

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Joan Crawford is Vienna, a saloon owner with a tawdry past who’s settled down on a prime piece of land, just waiting for the railroad...

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The Kentuckian (1955)

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Burt Lancaster is Elias Wakefield, who’s headed to Texas with a hound dog, a trumpet and a son, Little Eli. He’s decided...

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Raintree County (1957)

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Montgomery Clift plays John Shawnessy, a graduating student who dreams of making his mark on Raintree County, perhaps as the next great...

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Many Rivers to Cross (1955)

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Robert Taylor is Bushrod Gentry, a Kentucky trapper who seems to turn the head of every gal he meets. But he’s the...

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Fighting Man of the Plains (1949)

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Randolph Scott plays Jim Dancer, a member of Quantrill’s raiders (spelled Quantrell in the opening credits) who finds himself a...

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The Desperadoes are in Town (1956)

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Robert Arthur is Lonny Kesh, a young man who sees little future on a cotton ranch in Double Rivers at the end of the Civil War, where he...

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Devil’s Doorway (1950)

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Robet Taylor is Lance Poole, a decorated Union soldier who returns West after the Civil War dreaming of a peaceful life on his cattle ranch...

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California Passage (1950)

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Mike Prescott (Forrest Tucker) and Linc Corey (Jim Davis) are partners in the profitable Golden Bear saloon in the town of Coarse Gold. Oh,...

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Mohawk (1956)

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Scott Brady plays Jonathan Adams, an 18th-century painter from Boston doing frontier landscapes for Massachusetts Society. He makes sure to...

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