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    Quote Originally Posted by skiflydive View Post
    Ummmmm...Blazing Saddles
    That one was a real gas!
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    Posted these in the other thread:

    Jeremiah Johnson is one of my favorite western films. Redford put in a great acting performance - pretending that he actually liked & used guns as tools.
    Agreed on Lonesome Dove.
    The Shootist - that should've been an Oscar-winner for the Duke (I didn't care that much about true Grit).
    The Searchers - another great one, but sorry - West Texas doesn't look like Monument Valley.
    How the West Was Won.
    Never have seen Monte Walsh.
    Tombstone wasn't bad for a 1990s film.
    The Sacketts.
    Quigley
    North To Alaska (for a humorous film).

    And it is my pleasure to add...

    "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon".
    "My God, Woodrow. It has been quite a party, ain't it?"

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    “You tell em I’m a comin and hell’s comin with me!” Love Tombstone! Quick and the Dead, another good Hackman western. What about “Blazing Saddles”? Haha on that one!
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    Wow ! I'm glad that this thread came to have a life of it's own.
    Here's some of what I still enjoy to watch. The top 4 are my favorites

    Bite the Bullet - Hackman, Coburn, Bergman, Johnson,
    Monte Walsh- Selleck
    Quigley Down Under- Selleck
    Man From Snowy River - Tom Berenson
    Broken Trail- Duvall
    Open Range - Duvall, Costner
    The Wild Bunch - Holden, Borgnine, Ryan, Oates
    Vera Cruz - Douglas, Lancaster
    Viva Zapata - Brando
    Dances With Wolves - Costner
    The Big Country - Peck, Heston, Simmons
    Chato's Land - Bronson
    The Culpepper Cattle Co
    Lonely are the Brave - Douglas
    The Searchers - Wayne

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    Man from Snowy River is one of my favorites. I'd forgotten Dances With Wolves too. All great movies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jg rider View Post
    Wow ! I'm glad that this thread came to have a life of it's own.
    Here's some of what I still enjoy to watch. The top 4 are my favorites

    Bite the Bullet - Hackman, Coburn, Bergman, Johnson,
    Monte Walsh- Selleck
    Quigley Down Under- Selleck
    Man From Snowy River - Tom Berenson
    Broken Trail- Duvall
    Open Range - Duvall, Costner
    The Wild Bunch - Holden, Borgnine, Ryan, Oates
    Vera Cruz - Douglas, Lancaster
    Viva Zapata - Brando
    Dances With Wolves - Costner
    The Big Country - Peck, Heston, Simmons
    Chato's Land - Bronson
    The Culpepper Cattle Co
    Lonely are the Brave - Douglas
    The Searchers - Wayne
    I really liked Burt Lancaster in "Valdez Is Coming"
    For some reason, two Brando movies I think worth watching just popped into my head: "The Appaloosa" and "Missouri Breaks"
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    The Cowboys is one of my faves


    But I also really like Blazing Saddles


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    For comedy, Going South. Jack Nickolsen, Mary Stemburgen.
    Steve McQueen did a few good ones but I can't think of any names.

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    I just remembered High Noon.

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