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  1. Being the new kid on the block, albeit a 49 year old kid, I wanted to post this list of what I consider my top favorite western movies so others can gauge my interests with theirs.... 10/10 Broken Lance (1954) Firecreek (1968) Last Train from Gun Hill (1959) The Tin Star (1957) Gunman's Walk (1958) Jesse James (1939) Warlock (1959) Winchester '73 (1950) The Ox-Bow Incident (1943) The Naked Spur (1953) Yellow Sky (1948) The Westerner (1940) Fort Apache (1948) The Proud Rebel (1958) The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976) Open Range (2003) Destry Rides Again (1939) Hang 'Em High (196
  2. Hello all! I'm hoping that someone here can help me. I told my dad that I would help him find the name of a western film or TV episode that he saw when he was a little kid (born in 1966). There is one scene he recalls from it which he describes as a scene between a young person and an adult. They're standing on a porch watching a man ride away on a horse into the sunset. The older one tells the younger one something along the lines of "Don't watch him ride out of sight or else you'll never see him again." He seems to think this was the last scene of the movie/episode. He saw this on TV b
  3. Since my DirectedByJohnFord.com website was hacked a few months ago, I feel a gaping hole for posting about my favorite director. I figured it was about time to open up a thread of my own about his films. Feel free to post willy-nilly about him (politely, of course, please). It's a "Rambling" type of thread so minimal fuss and rules.
  4. Hello everyone. I have mentioned several times that I am a Glenn Ford fan and that I want to see every movie he ever made. I have a high percentage of movies seen from his big screen career-past 85%. I thought it was time to start a favourite forum thread on Glenn Ford. Here are some of my favourite Glenn Ford movies in no particular order except the first film: Gilda, which is the first film I saw with him and in my opinion is the sexiest movie I've ever seen. Here are *some* of my favourites: GILDA 3:10 TO YUMA THE GAZEBO THE TEAHOUSE OF THE AUGUST MOON TORPEDO
  5. For years i would watch Disney's documentaries on wild life and hear this narrator,who had a south western accent .I was not aware until recently it was the voice of the king of b westerns .I seen some of his film on t.v. ,but ,was not aware that he was the voice Disney used.
  6. Once Upon A Time In The West is a Western about Westerns. Its been said that there are about 30 Westerns quoted in Once Upon A Time In The West.(and some other Hollywood films also) here is a partial list we worked on from SLWB. Ace in the Hole (1952). The belt-and-suspenders remark comes from here. Desperate (1947) swinging light revealing characters faces . The Comancheros (1961). The names McBain and Sweetwater come from this film, as does the image of a man drinking two-handed and slowly revealing that he is handcuffed. Firecreek (1967). A ruthless Henry Fonda a
  7. Time to declare the Classic Western dead, and to designate all Westerns past the Classic Era as Neo Westerns. We just have to debate a cut off or phase out point. I'm thinking also it will be pegged/linked to say, the end of TV's Gunsmoke or a similar TV Western with roots in the Classic Western era. I'm not denigrating Neo Westerns, I just saying they are different enough to split the genre much like we do for Film Noir & Neo Noir. Discuss.
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