What Are Your Favourite Non-Duke Westerns?

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    • Re: What Are Your Favourite Non-Duke Westerns?

      Just to name a few...

      The Outlaw Josey Wales by Clint Eastwood-1976
      Major Dundee by Sam Peckinpah-1965
      High Plains Drifter by Clint Eastwood-1973
      The Unforgiven by Clint Eastwood-1992
      Hour of the Gun by John Sturges-1967
      Vera Cruz by Robert Aldrich-1954
      The Bravados by Henry King-1958
      Last Train from Gun Hill by John Sturges-1959
      Chato's Land by Michael Winner-1972
      Hombre by Martin Ritt-1967
      Two Mules for Sister Sarah by Don Siegel-1970
      The Missouri Breaks by Arthur Penn-1976
      One-Eyed Jacks by Marlon Brando-1961
      Pale Rider by Clint Eastwood-1985
      The Man from Laramie by Anthonny Man-1955
      The Hired Hand by Peter Fonda-1971
      Bandolero! by Andrew V. McLaglen-1968
      The Shooting by Monte Hellman-1966
      Lawman by Michael Winner-1971
      5 Card Stud by Henry Hathaway-1968
      Fistfull of Dollars by Sergio Leone-1964
      For a Few Dollars More by Sergio Leone-1965
      The Good, the Bad and the Ugly by Sergio Leone-1966
      Once Upon a Time in the West by Sergio Leone-1969
      The Great Silence by Sergio Corbucci-1968
      The Strangers Gundown by Sergio Garrone-1969
      Cemetery Without Crosses by Robert Hossein-1969
      Garringo by Rafael Romero Marchent-1969
      A Man Called Django! by Edoardo Mulargia-1971
      Gentleman Killer by Giorgio Stegani-1967
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    • Re: What Are Your Favourite Non-Duke Westerns?

      Jay J. Foraker wrote:

      "The Professionals," "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly," "Once upon a Time in the West" and "The Outlaw Josie Wales," among others.


      That's a pretty good western.Enjoyable with a tough cast.It was the one from only two movies Claudia Cardinale joined for the us.
      Break the law and he's the last man you want to see. And the last you ever will.
    • Re: What Are Your Favourite Non-Duke Westerns?

      There are a LOT of westerns that I like- love the mention of Calamity Jane earlier- but one of my absolutely favorite movies (and a non-Duke Western) is Escape From Fort Bravo. GREAT MOVIE
    • I'm 78 years old and for most of my life, have watched and thoroughly enjoyed Western films. Last night I watched a Western starring Clark Gable which, to my great surprise, was a pretty darned good movie. In addition to Gable, the main players were Jane Russell, Robert Ryan and Cameron Mitchell. Now most of us older movie fans know Clark Gable wasn't known for Western movies but I really liked this one. The title was "The Tall Men" (released in 1955 and in color). Clark is a trail boss leading a cattle drive from Texas to Montana and along the way, he and his drovers must overcome Kansas Jayhawkers and Sioux Indians. I highly recommend this film for those of you who like Westerns.
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    • After the Duke it's pretty Clint Eastwood for a spell mixed in with a few others. Here's my top five:

      1) Outlaw Josey Wales - Eastwood
      2) Pale Rider - Eastwood
      3) Tombstone - Kurt Russell
      4) The Good, Bad, and Ugly - Eastwood
      5) Magnificent Seven - Yul Brynner
    • The Good, Bad and Ugly - Clint Eastwood
      Magnificent Seven - Yul Brynner
      Young Guns - Had Patrick Wayne appearance
      Tombstone

      I'm sure there's more but that's all I can remember right now. ;)
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