Favourite Western Film

marinyork

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I've been watching a few Western films recently and wondered what people's favourites were? Got round to seeing For a few Dollars more for the first time recently.
 

accountantpete

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DavieB

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Blazing Saddles.
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i liked some of the old John Wayne ones, and more modern like Young Guns. The unforgiven was a cracker, as was the magnificent 7, agree with the searchers above too. Paint my wagon was not bad either tbh
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Used to like rawhind on a saturday morning.

Some of the spaghetti ones were really nasty.



I played a video game lately and completed and I have to ay the story in it was excellent and lived up to a lot of the movies. Red Dead Redemption.
 

StuAff

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What pray have you been doing with your life to have only just seen this film?
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I don't have one particular favourite. My picks would be the 'man with no name' trilogy (all equally good IMHO), 'Unforgiven' (yes, I'm a Clint fan), and 'The Wild Bunch'. And +1 for 'Blazing Saddles'!
 

swee'pea99

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True Grit. The best at his best.
 
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marinyork

marinyork

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What pray have you been doing with your life to have only just seen this film?
Is this one of your favourites then? I just haven't watched a lot of western films, one only has so much time for doing things and nobody else I know watches them at all. I only watched Shane about two years ago. One reason I don't watch many westerns is TCM is still 4:3 which I find incredibly annoying.
 

Crankarm

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The Good the Bad and the Ugly,
Pale Rider,
High Plains Drifter,
Unforgiven,
High Noon,
The Big Country,
The Alamo,
The Searchers,
Man Without a Star,
Gunfight at the OK Coral,
Dodge City,
The Magnificent Seven,
Hud,
Stagecoach,
Carry on Cowboy,
True Grit,
Butch Bassidy and the Sundance Kid.
 
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