Western

The Guns of Fort Petticoat (1957) George Marshall, Audie Murphy, Kathryn Grant, Hope Emerson, Action, War, Western

The Guns of Fort Petticoat (1957)
Murphy deserts the Union Army to warn former Texas neighbors of impending Indian attacks triggered by Army massacre. He overcomes initial distrust and convinces the homesteaders (all women whose men are away fighting in the Confederate Army) to take refuge in an abandoned mission. He trains them to fight and shoot in anticipation of the attack. The only other man at the mission runs away o save his scalp and ends up leading the Indians back to the mission. Surrounded and outnumbered, the defenders prepare for the final assault…
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Skin Game (1971) Paul Bogart, Gordon Douglas, James Garner, Louis Gossett Jr., Susan Clark, Comedy, Romance, Western

Skin Game (1971)
Quincy Drew and his black friend Jason O’Rourke have pulled off every dodge known for conning a well-heeled sucker, but it wasn’t until they hit on the old skin game that they started to clean up. The game is simple. Jason, though born a free man in New Jersey, poses as Quincy’s slave as the pair ride through Missouri and Kansas in 1857. Quincy picks a likely mark in each town, sells Jason to him for top money and rides out of town. Then Quincy and Jason get back together on the road to another town, because if Jason can’t just run off after dark, Quincy finds a way to spring him loose.
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Passion (1954) Allan Dwan, Cornel Wilde, Yvonne De Carlo, Raymond Burr, Adventure, Western

Passion (1954)
In old Spanish California, dashing cattleman Juan Obregon returns to the rancho of his friend Gaspar Melo, to find he’s fathered a son on Rosa, one of Gaspar’s identical twin daughters. Overjoyed, he plans to formalize his “unofficial” marriage. But trouble brews; Melo’s land is of unclear title and the new Don Domingo hopes to grab it for his own profit. Violence results. Without even knowing who survived, Juan (accompanied by Rosa’s tomboy sister Tonya) rides for revenge, through spectacular pastoral and wilderness scenery.
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Bite the Bullet (1975) Richard Brooks, Gene Hackman, Candice Bergen, James Coburn, Action, Adventure, Western

Bite the Bullet (1975)
At the beginning of the 20th century, a newspaper organizes an endurance horse race : 700 miles to run in a few days. 9 adventurers are competing, among them a woman, Miss Jones, a Mexican, an Englishman, a young cow-boy, an old one and two friends, Sam Clayton and Luke Matthews. All those individualists will learn to respect each other.
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Scalawag (1973) Kirk Douglas, Zoran Calic, Mark Lester, Neville Brand, Adventure, Western

Scalawag (1973)
A crew of land locked pirates, led by the aptly named Peg, go in search of burried treasure hidden by the treacherous Mudhook and his twin brother. They meet up with good natured landowner, Don Aragon, who goes along for the ride with his sister and a young boy, Jamie. Along the way, Peg and Jamie form a father son relationship that is put to the test due to Peg’s naturally dishonest ways.
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A Man Alone (1955) Ray Milland, Mary Murphy, Ward Bond, Western

A Man Alone (1955)
A gunfighter, stranded in the desert, comes across the aftermath of a stage robbery, in which all the passengers were killed. He takes one of the horses to ride to town to report the massacre, but finds himself accused of it. He also finds himself accused of the murder of the local banker, and winds up hiding in the basement of a house where the local sheriff, who is very sick, lives with his daughter.
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Strange Lady in Town (1955) Mervyn LeRoy, Greer Garson, Dana Andrews, Cameron Mitchell, Western

Strange Lady in Town 1955
It doesn’t take Boston physician Julia Garth long to experience the genuine West after she arrives in dusty Santa Fe to set up practice. Her first patient is brought in by a youth folks call Billy the Kid. How Julia wins acceptance in what most people then considered man’s work shapes the in-color sagebrush tale Strange Lady in Town. Auburn-haired Greer Garson adds to her career resume of confident, strong women (Pride and Prejudice, Mrs. Miniver, Madame Curie), bringing to the screen this “Strange Lady” who introduces Santa Fe to new antiseptic procedures and new medical tools like the stethoscope, offers healing compassion and know-how for rich and poor alike, and along the way gains the respect and romantic affections of the town’s established doc (Dana Andrews). Director Mervyn LeRoy (Madame Curie) balances light hearted moments with brawling drama as he guides Garson for the fourth time.
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Green Grass of Wyoming (1948) Louis King, Peggy Cummins, Charles Coburn, Robert Arthur, Drama, Family, Western

Green Grass of Wyoming (1948)
“Thunderhead,” a roving, big white stallion, causes problems for the Wyoming ranchers when he leads their blue-blooded racing mares off to join his wild horse herd in the mountains. Escaping gunfire, he runs off one night with a young rancher;s mare, a possible winner of the Governor’s Stake trotting race. The mare is recaptured and entered in the race against the horse owned by the father of the young rancher’s sweetheart, and this puts a damper on their romance.
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Le Far West / Far West (1973) Jacques Brel, Gabriel Jabbour, Danièle Evenou, Comedy, Western

Le Far-West (1973)
Jacques and his friend Gabriel to their forties still have a childhood dream: the Wild West. They want to reach their own Wild West. On their way, the two make a group. Cranky friends arrive in a coal mine, have fun playing cowboys and Indians, free to live their own way fantasy … until they realize that gold is real. The childhood dream becomes a nightmare adult.
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