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    Ah yes ! The Valdez rifle with it's special loads

    I forgot about Valdez, Susan Clark played in that one. And Missouri Breaks, another good one. . I just watch another western a few nights ago called Tell Them Willy Boy is here. Clark played in it with Redford, Blake, Katherine Ross

    I was confused about The Appaloosa with Brando. For a while I had it mixed up with the movie Appaloosa with Mortenson & Harris

    I don't think I ever saw that Brando movie

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    Although not a true western I do like Hildago w/ Mortenson.

    It has lots of horses which I love, like Bite the Bullet. And actors that can really ride.

    My eyes are getting teary thinking about all the horses we had. It a b$#ch getting old and the knees giving out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jg rider View Post
    Although not a true western I do like Hildago w/ Mortenson.

    It has lots of horses which I love, like Bite the Bullet. And actors that can really ride.

    My eyes are getting teary thinking about all the horses we had. It a b$#ch getting old and the knees giving out.
    sounds like you respected those horses and they you as well. You will ride them again while they wait for you on the other side of the rainbow bridge.
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    I also like Hidalgo but #1 is Silverado and #2 is Open Range. I like a lot of westerns from Eastwood and The Duke but I watch Silverado every 6 months. I like Open Range because of Duvall and the gunfights which are pretty realistic.
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    I came up with 2 more. One that's on frequently, The Mountain Men w/ Heston & Keith. The other is one I haven't seen in a long time, The Cheyenne Social Club w/ Stewert & Fonda

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    Cool Duel at Diablo - Go big or go home


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    to many to choose from ive watched the duke all day on amc dosnt get any better than that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barth View Post
    watching this today between festivities ...dated for sure but cool
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    Cool Duel at Diablo ROCKS

    Quote Originally Posted by knkali View Post
    watching this today between festivities ...dated for sure but cool
    I'm watching it again for free right now.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dCxbJp-0Xv4
    It's from 1966, so yes it's dated.
    And so am I - LOL turning 61 early next year.
    Still love this movie.
    Seems to get better every time I watch it
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    Open Range


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