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Western films, from silent to today

The Tall Stranger (1957)

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Joel McCrea is Ned Bannon, the tall stranger. When he happens upon some cattle being rustled, he’s dry-gulched and left for dead....

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Great Day in the Morning (1956)

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Robert Stack is Owen Pentecost, who arrives in Denver just prior to the outbreak of the Civil War. He’s from the South, and war...

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The Iron Mistress (1952)

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Alana Ladd portroys Jim Bowie during his early days, as a young man who leaves the backwood swamps of Mississippi to sell lumber in New...

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The Proud Ones (1956)

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Robert Ryan is Cass Silver, marshal of a town about to host its first cattle drive. His town has been a peaceful one, and he’s...

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Along the Great Divide (1951)

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Kirk Douglas plays Len Merrick, a U.S. marshal lawman who interrupts the hanging of Pop Keith (Walter Brennen). The old man has been...

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Colorado Territory (1949)

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Joel McCrea plays Wesley McQueen, a bank robber sprung from jail to help a now-bedridden partner pull a train holdup. McQueen would prefer...

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Westbound (1959)

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Randolph Scott plays John Hayes, a Union officer talked into running the Overland Stage line by superior officers desperate to make sure...

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Young Fury (1965)

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Rory Calhoun plays Clint McCoy, a renown gunslinger who is being pursued by the Dawson brothers, but who makes a detour to visit the town...

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Fort Utah (1967)

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John Ireland plays Tom Horn, a man trying to go from nowhere to somewhere who rides right into an Indian uprising in the process. He finds...

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