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Discussion in 'General Conversation' started by Chief, May 31, 2006.
my vote goes to lonesome dove. talk about an all star cast
Good the Bad and the Ugly
that one was good..also liked THE SACKETTS with Tom Selleck
Does Blazing Saddles Count.
There's so many good ones to choose from..
Outlaw Josey Wales will always have a home in my movie collection
I personally don't think any westerns can top the "Man with no name" series! I also like The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly, but A Fist Full of Dollars takes the western cake!
Once Upon a Time in the West, with Charles Bronson and Henry Fonda. It is a kinda obscure film but a great movie.
J.W. is that the one you preformed in, I can't keep up with the movies you have starred in.LOL:confused2:
Na, I wasn't big into being in those Italian Westerns, LOL!!!
i can't believe no one has mentioned Evil Roy Slade:big_smile:
lonesome dove will always be my pick but i also like open range, pale rider the alamo and every western that had the duke in it yes i am talking about john wayen.
My Name is Nobody was pretty good...Terence Hill and Henry Fonda:smile2:
"The Quick and the Dead", "Tombstone", "Maverick" Those are all pretty good, I don't think that I am quite old enough to appreciat all the old John Wayne movies and others from that era.
Shane, was my all time favorite.
The Mountain Men w/Brian Keith and Charleton Heston.....Jeramiah Johnson w/Robert Redford.....Dances With Wolves.... Young Guns 1&2, and any one with Clint Eastwood in it.
Just kidding True Grit
you better get out of here with that broke back mountan cowboy you are not:0a17:
I like the Magnificent Seven. I ran the projector and showed the movies for the Ready Room at nights for the pilots and RIO's aboard an aircraft carrier. I know I had to see that movie at least 7 times within a week...and still enjoyed it.
All time favorite is "The Shootist" starring John Wayne as John Bernard Books co-starring Lauren Bacall as the "widow" Bond Rogers and Ron Howard as Gillam Rogers. My favorite line is by J.B Books "I am a dying man afraid of the dark!"
I have to agree with Il Hunter as far as western comedies go (heck just plaiin old comedies) Mel Brooks' "Blazing Saddles" is a classic.
"Pardon me while I whip this out" ROFL ROFL "Nobody move or the ------ gets it!" ROFLMFAO ROFLMFAO "Man, these people are dumb!"
I can't watch this one without hurting myself from laughing.