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Re: Watching a favorite western [Re: Bruce T] #7488258
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The good the bad and the ugly. The theme song with the Danish national Symphony is crazy how it is made if someone has a link.

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Re: Watching a favorite western [Re: Bruce T] #7488261
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Re: Watching a favorite western [Re: Bruce T] #7488262
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Re: Watching a favorite western [Re: Bruce T] #7488285
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I've watched "Dances with Wolves" more than any other movie. I love the scene while they're sitting by the fire, the old mule skinner (Timmons) stands up, takes a squatting position and lets a big fart directly at Kostner, and says "Write that in your book".

Re: Watching a favorite western [Re: foxhunter52] #7488312
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Originally Posted by foxhunter52
I've watched "Dances with Wolves" more than any other movie. I love the scene while they're sitting by the fire, the old mule skinner (Timmons) stands up, takes a squatting position and lets a big fart directly at Kostner, and says "Write that in your book".

I admit that's one unforgettable scene


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Re: Watching a favorite western [Re: proratman] #7488315
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Originally Posted by proratman
No one mentioned "High Plains Drifter". Clint at his finest!

Didn't mean to dismiss Clint.High Plains Drifter and The Outlaw Josey Wales are among my favorites.There's so many good westerns these just didn't get mentioned.By the way,I once read an interview with Eastwood where he said John Wayne gave him heck for High Plains Drifter.He didn't like the message the film sent.


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Re: Watching a favorite western [Re: upstateNY] #7488573
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Originally Posted by Buck (Zandra)
Silverado and Quigley were excellent,for tv shows Big Valley and High Chapperal,really liked How the west was won with James Arness.Lonesome Dove was excellent.

"How The West Was Won" was Jimmy Stewart. smile James Arness was Matt Dillon in Gunsmoke.

Theres a diffrent series how the west was won with James Arness.Was just watching it a couple nights ago.


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Re: Watching a favorite western [Re: Bruce T] #7488602
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I'm going to have to keep on things,I got the first season off Amazon,the other seasons were in German.That was probably 10 years or so ago.Ill get the rest of the seasons if they offer them.Loved that show.Watched every episode when it was on in the mid to late '70's.


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Re: Watching a favorite western [Re: Buck (Zandra)] #7488687
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Originally Posted by Buck (Zandra)
I wasn't a huge fan of the original Shane,the story seemed too hurried.I wish they'd do a remake of it,and stick as close as possible to the book.

Alan Ladd was so cool!
That was one of my favorites
My first son in named Shane

Re: Watching a favorite western [Re: Bruce T] #7488881
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Never saw that one Bruce.I will have to check it out.


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Re: Watching a favorite western [Re: Bruce T] #7488886
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To many good movies for a favorite

Re: Watching a favorite western [Re: Bruce T] #7488953
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Re: Watching a favorite western [Re: Finster] #7488965
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Originally Posted by Finster
The original True Grit. The standard from which all westerns are judged.

"I aim to kill you in one minute Ned, or see you hang in Fort Smith at Judge Parkers convenience, which will it be?"
"I call that bold talk for a one eyed fat man"
"Fill your hands you son of a b****! "


THANK YOU!

TRUE GRIT IS ABSOLUTELY THE FINEST WESTERN MOVIE!

Any movie with John Wayne.
Stagecoach
The Man who shot Liberty Valance (Lee Marvin)
The Cowboys
The Searchers
The Commancheros (Lee Marvin)
The War Wagon (Kirk Douglas)

Clint Eastwood’s movies are great too.
Josey Wales was a staple for our son.
He learned the important lines by about age 8.

Re: Watching a favorite western [Re: Bruce T] #7489033
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Originally Posted by Bruce T
All Clint Eastwoods westerns were great.....Hang them high,pale rider,a mule for sister sara



I think its Two mules for sister Sara.

Re: Watching a favorite western [Re: Bruce T] #7489079
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Robert Duvall makes good ones too.Open Range is another classic


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I like all of the westerns mentioned here but I guess I’m kinda “old school westerns”.
Most have probably never heard of Joel McCrea but to me his movie “Wichita” was a classic, one of my all time favorites and brings back great memories of watching them with family when I was a kid.
Other actors like Randolf Scott, Audie Murphy, Clint Walker and Alan Ladd are some of my favorites too. I think Jack Elam and Claude Akins were in in most westerns ever created. Let’s not forget the ladies, I always thought Vera Miles was a great actress too. She was my Grandpa’s favorite in “Wichita”.


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