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Western films, from silent to today

Seminole (1953)

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Rock Hudson is Lt. Lance Caldwell, fresh out of West Point and assigned to Fort King in Florida because of his knowledge of the area and...

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Strange Lady in Town (1955)

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Greer Garson is Julia Garth, a determined woman who leaves Boston to set up shop in Sante Fe, figuring a female doctor might be better...

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Stand at Apache River (1953)

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Stephen McNally is Lane Dakota, a sheriff on the trail of a killer named Greiner. Lane catches Greiner after he’s been wounded by...

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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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Column South (1953)

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Audie Murphy is Lt. Jed Sayre, a cavalry officer doing his best to keep the peace between the whites and the Navaho. Years earlier, his...

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Ride Clear of Diablo (1954)

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Audie Murphy is Clay O’Mara, a railroad engineer who leaves Colorado and heads to the town of Santiago after learning his father and...

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The Saga of Hemp Brown (1958)

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Rory Calhoun is Hemp Brown, a cavalry officer leading a payroll and an officer’s lover back to the fort. A former fellow officer, Jed...

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Badman’s Country (1958)

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Pat Garrett is tired of living by the gun, tired of his reputation as a lawful killer. So he has left New Mexico and is California bound,...

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Law and Order (1953)

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Ronald Reagan is Frame Johnson, the lawman who tamed Tombstone but has purchased a farm near Cottonwood with hopes of hanging up his guns...

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