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OT: Favorite Two Western Movies...

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by chad1043, Apr 28, 2007.

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  1. chad1043

    chad1043 Member

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    My top 2 Western movies are:

    Unforgiven...

    Open Range...


    Chad
     
  2. AK103K

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    The Wild Bunch

    Blazing Saddles
     
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    100% agree with AK103K. The Searchers would also have to tie for second.
     
  4. Quintin Likely

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    The Outlaw Josie Wales
    And while they aren't one movie, I like the Man With No Name trilogy - A Fistful of Dollars, a Few Dollars More, and the Good, the Bad and the Ugly.

    And in Arfcom terminology, IBTL.
     
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    Open Range and El Dorado
     
  6. News Shooter

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    Here's my two

    Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid
    Fort Apache
     
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    *Outlaw Josey Wales* My choice of best western ever! Except for Sondra Locke being in it:barf:
     
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    Silverado & Outlaw Josey Wales. At the risk of dating myself I saw Josey Wales at a drive-in!
     
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    The Outlaw Josey Wales
    Unforgiven
     
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    The Quick and the Dead
    Tombstone
     
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    tombstone
    and any movie with clint eastwood
     
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    The Shootist

    El Dorado
     
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    My favorite, Conaugher or Conager(sp?) with Sam Elliot and Katherine Ross. Just a good simple western.

    Other favorites, Quigley Down Under, Monte Walsh both with Tom Selleck. Chato's Land with Charles Bronson and IIRC Clint Eastwood. There is another movie with Selleck, Elliot, and Ross in it and I think it was The Sacketts.

    There was a TV series called The High Chapparel that was pretty good. The Lonesome Dove Mini Series' was good including prequel and sequels.
     
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    I too liked both movies and I also saw Outlaw Josey Wales at a drive-in. Those were the days. You're in good company.
     
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    Open Range.

    Tombstone.

    El Dorado/Rio Bravo.

    Last Stand at Saber River.

    She Wore a Yellow Ribbon.

    Just about anything with John Wayne or Tom Selleck. Jimmy Stewart did a bunch also.

    Just two? No way.

    edited to add: The Rough Riders. Tom Berenger was Teddy Roosevelt.
     
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    Unforgiven
    Fistful of Dollars

    honorable mention: The Searchers
     
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    movies

    Lonesome Dove
    Searchers
     
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    the Ox Bow Incident and High Noon. both in black and white for you youngsters
     
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    Ain't no such thing as only two favorite westerns...

    Tombstone
    El Dorado
    Quigley
    Outlaw Josey Wales
    Rio Bravo
    McLintock
    Open Range
     
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    Open Range and Tombstone
     
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    Unforgiven and El Dorado.
     
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    Outlaw Josie Wales and Open Range. Open Range was only an OK movie, but The Gunfight was the best western movie gunfight ever.
     
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    Tombstone
    Open Range
    The Frisco Kid (comedy with Gene Wilder and a very young Harrison Ford)
     
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