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Westward Ho
1. She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949)
2. The Long Riders (1980)
3. The Professionals (1966)
4. Open Range (2003) - 7/10
Kevin Costner's acting aside, I really liked this one. Great settings and scenery following a familiar violence-to-revenge plot with a nice capitalistic twist that ages well for me. The final shootout was quite stellar, too. Worth a watch, for sure.

5. The Ballad of Buster Scruggs (2018) - 7/10
This was mostly just fun. LOVED the first vignette more than any of the rest, but they all held up decently for me. Also kinda cool to see the film that the "First time?" meme came from. Did also like the variety in the segments, as it showed the diversity of the Western genre you don't often get put up front.
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16 - Forty Guns (1957) - 7/10 - The Bonnell brothers are U.S. Marshals and they arrive in Tombstone, Arizona to serve a warrant on a man who is one of forty hired guns working for Jessica Drummond, a powerful female rancher. The rancher's brother is a cruel bully who shoots up the town until stopped by Griff Bonnell. There's romance and gunfights and a nice soundtrack. The central relationship between Griff and Jessica didn't totally work for me, but it's a decent film.

17 - Man of the West (1958) - 8/10 - Link Jones (Gary Cooper) is on his way east to hire a schoolteacher for his small community. He and two others get stranded when their train is attacked by outlaws. Link leads the others to the house where he was raised which happens to be nearby. However, his outlaw uncle and his gang are still living there. Cooper was way too old for the role, but I thought he did a decent job.

18 - Winchester '73 (1950) - 8/10 - Lin McAdam (James Stewart) arrives in Dodge City in search of Dutch Henry Brown. The two take part in a shooting competition for a rare Winchester rifle. After the competition, Dutch leaves town in a hurry with McAdam in pursuit. The story mostly follows the trail of the rifle as it changes hands a number of times. Stewart is good in his role, but the supporting cast shines as well, including Dan Duryea as a slightly crazed outlaw named Waco Jones and Shelley Winters as a woman caught up in the middle of things.
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1 - Sholay (1975) - 8/10
2 - Return of the Seven (1966) - 5.5/10
3 - Heaven's Gate (1980) - 7/10
4 - The Texas Rangers (1936) - 7/10
5 - Shenandoah (1965) - 7.5/10
6 - Lawman (1971) - 8/10 - #Bonus
7 - The Mississippi Gambler (1953) - 8/10
8 - Singing Guns (1950) - 7.5/10
9 - Stagecoach to Fury (1956) - 5/10
10 - In Old Oklahoma (1943) - 7/10
11 - 3:10 to Yuma (1957) - 8.5/10
12 - Johnny Guitar (1954) - 8/10
13 - Sand (1949) - 6.5/10
14 - Silver Queen (1942) - 6/10
15 - The Iron Horse (1924) - 7.5/10
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7. Forty Guns (1957) 7
the setting sun....
1. The Deadly Companions (1961) 6
2. Lawman (1971) 7
3. Deus e o Diabo Terra do Sol (1964) Black God, White Devil 7
4. I Shot Jesses James (1949) 7
5. The Baron of Arizona (1950) 7
6. Antonio das Mortes (1969) 7
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69. The Vanishing Westerner (1950, Philip Ford) - 4/10
--- Fairly likable little western with one of the less remembered heroes of the B-westerns, Monte Hale. He carries himself well and Paul Hurst as his scruffy old sidekick provides enough enjoyment out of a cowboy flick that doesn't try to reinvent the wheel.


70. The Missourians (1950, George Blair) - 4/10
--- Not my favorite of his films, that would be Under Colorado Skies (1947), but The Missourians (1950) was a decent enough send-off for Monte Hale as one of Republic Pictures resident cowboy heroes. He was a singing cowboy that came in after that fad had ran it's course, but he still got 5 good years in Hollywood out of it. He'd sporadically return for a few more appearances, but this was the last of his full-time gig.


71. The Fighting Stallion (1950, Robert Emmett Tansey) - 3/10
--- A real low budget affair which tries to do a sentimental western, with Bill Edwards returning from war only to gradually go blind as he returns to ranch life. One of the problems is that it's directed by Robert Emmett Tansey, who wasn't exactly known for making many good movies during the two decades he was working in Hollywood, so expect a awkward looking production. One which resembles something more out of the early 30s poverty row era and not the polish of 1950. If you can look past the cheap and the corny of The Fighting Stallion (1950), it might have something to offer on a small scale, the heart seems to be in the right place, but keep expectations low.


72. The Arizona Cowboy (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 4/10
--- Rex Allen's movie debut! And he's already a star as The Arizona Cowboy (1950). Clearly hired for his voice, and not so much his acting skills, they do a decent job of covering-up letting the guy sing some real nice songs, and that dialect of his does stand-out, which came in handy when he got that narrator gig at Disney in the 1960s. They packed the rest of the film with the usual B-western tropes, along with solid support from Minerva Urecal & Gordon Jones, resulting in a okay acquaintance, even if Rex often looked uncomfortable delivering his lines.


73. Hills of Oklahoma (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 4/10
--- They didn't pad this one with as much distractions as Rex Allen's first film, basically doing the usual B-western stuff rehashing old Gene Autry films, but Rex Allen looked a lot more professional in front of the camera in this one. Took away some of the charm about him, but at least things wasn't as awkward, making it a okay standard.


74. The Kid from Gower Gulch (1950, Oliver Drake) - 3/10
--- One of very few lead roles fiddler and future wife killer Spade Cooley got during his time in Hollywood. He'd usually play bit parts, mainly as a musician, but had enough of a name that he's get rare chances to be the highlight of random low budget westerns like this. They even give this the color treatment with something called Naturalcolor. And the color and the music was easily the main draws there. The rest was pretty poor.


75. Snow Dog (1950, Frank McDonald) - 4/10
--- Chinook was a monster of a dog! Easily the biggest personality this this Mountie western. Not a movie that has too much to offer, but for one of these cheap wilderness adventures it was alright. Kirby Grant made a career of doing these pictures.


76. Jiggs and Maggie Out West (1950, William Beaudine) - 3/10
--- Joe Yule was Mickey Rooney's father. A showman, but he started in movies years after his son. Not much success, but he did make a career playing Jiggs in live action adaptations of the comic strip Bringing Up Father, doing 5 films in the franchise before passing away, this being the last and released postmortem. Renie Riano plays his wife, and they were quite the characters in what's a lively comedy. But it's not that kind of lively that makes it good. Because it's not very refined comedy, as we see them out of their element traveling to the wild west. And it kind of had to be like that when it's shoot in 8 days by a tiny studio like Monogram. Feels like a improvised mess.


77. The Kangaroo Kid (1950, Lesley Selander) - 4/10
--- Here is something unique created from the international relations that came about post-WWII. A Aussie western! And they even bring B-western specialist Lesley Selander from Hollywood to direct it! Not only that, but it's mostly imports like Jock Mahoney, Douglass Dumbrille and Veda Ann Borg brought Down Under to bring prestige to this one-off experiment. Still stinks of cheap production, looking like a lesser B-western one would be used to from the US. But with all the international accents and Australian influences, it's a pleasant one to witness. Mostly for it being something a little bit different.


78. Riders of the Range (1950, Lesley Selander) - 5/10
--- Post-World War II, the Tim Holt B-westerns were probable the best of it's kind, even if taking a slight dip in quality during 1949. He and his saddle partner Richard Martin start their 1950 campaign in a good way with a film generically called Riders of the Range (1950). While the duo turned on their charm in a big way, it was also helped greatly by Tom Tyler actually giving a strong performance as the slimy bad guy. And out of it came a very satisfying game of good and bad.


79. Dynamite Pass (1950, Lew Landers) - 4/10
--- A little more standard for a Tim Holt western, where Regis Toomey gave it a solid dramatic touch. Sadly the action to back it up was disappointing and therefore, while still good, Dynamite Pass (1950) never truly becomes memorable.

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1. Billy the Kid: Showdown in Lincoln County (2017, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
2. The Last Gunslinger (2017, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
3. Jesse James vs. The Black Train (2018, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
4. The Confederate (2018, Christopher Forbes) - 2/10
5. Sex Terrorists on Wheels (2019, Stefan Ruf) - 1/10
6. Wyatt Earp Shoots First (2019, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
7. A Rebel Born (2019, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
8. Showdown at Shelby's Shack (2019, Scott Hester) - 1/10
9. Calamity, une enfance de Martha Jane Cannary [Calamity, a Childhood of Martha Jane Cannary] (2020, Rémi Chayé) - 5/10
10. Concrete Cowboy (2020, Ricky Staub) - 5/10
11. Magnezja [Magnesium] (2020, Maciej Bochniak) - 4/10
12. A Guide to Gunfighters of the Wild West (2021, Travis Mills) - 2/10
13. Badland Doves (2021, Paul Winters) - 1/10
14. Gunfight at Dry River (2021, Daniel Simpson) - 3/10
15. The Woman Who Robbed the Stagecoach (2021, Travis Mills) - 2/10
16. Last Shoot Out (2021, Michael Feifer) - 1/10
17. Apache Junction (2021, Justin Lee) - 2/10
18. The Pleasant Valley War (2021, Travis Mills) - 1/10
19. Buckskin (2021, Brett Bentman) - 2/10
20. Montford: The Chickasaw Rancher (2021, Nathan Frankowski) - 3/10
21. Death Rider in the House of Vampires (2021, Glenn Danzig) - 1/10
22. Death Alley (2021, Nicholas Barton) - 2/10
23. Skinwalker (2021, Robert Conway) - 1/10
24. Counting Bullets (2021, Travis Mills) - 2/10
25. Righteous Blood (2021, Rene Perez) - 1/10
26. Lost Outlaw (2021, Darrell Mapson) - 2/10
27. Honor Among Thieves (2021, Brett Bentman) - 1/10
28. Catch the Bullet (2021, Michael Feifer) - 2/10
29. Ghosts of the Ozarks (2021, Matt Glass & Jordan Wayne Long) - 3/10
30. The Last Son (2021, Tim Sutton) - 2/10
31. Old Henry (2021, Potsy Ponciroli) - 7/10
32. The Harder They Fall (2021, Jeymes Samuel) - 6/10
33. The Power of the Dog (2021, Jane Campion) - 5/10
34. Desperate Riders (2022, Michael Feifer) - 2/10
35. No Name & Dynamite (2022, Errol Sack) - 2/10
36. Hostile Territory (2022, Brian Presley) - 1/10
37. A Tale of Two Guns (2022, Justin Lee) - 2/10
38. Cody of the Pony Express (1950, Spencer Gordon Bennet) - 3/10
39. Trail of the Rustlers (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 5/10
40. Streets of Ghost Town (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 4/10
41. Lightning Guns (1950, Fred F. Sears) - 5/10
42. Mule Train (1950, John English) - 6/10
43. Hoedown (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 6/10
44. Cow Town (1950, John English) - 6/10
45. Beyond the Purple Hills (1950, John English) - 4/10
46. Indian Territory (1950, John English) - 4/10
47. The Blazing Sun (1950, John English) - 5/10
48. The Daltons' Women (1950, Thomas Carr) - 3/10
49. King of the Bullwhip (1950, Ron Ormond) - 5/10
50. Crooked River (1950, Thomas Carr) - 4/10
51. Colorado Ranger (1950, Thomas Carr) - 4/10
52. Fast on the Draw (1950, Thomas Carr) - 4/10
53. The Texan Meets Calamity Jane (1950, Ande Lamb) - 3/10
54. Bells of Coronado (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
55. Twilight in the Sierras (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
56. Trigger, Jr. (1950, William Witney) - 5/10
57. Sunset in the West (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
58. North of the Great Divide (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
59. Trail of Robin Hood (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
60. Young Daniel Boone (1950, Reginald Le Borg) - 3/10
61. Law of the Panhandle (1950, Lewis D. Collins) - 4/10
62. Outlaw Gold (1950, Wallace Fox) - 4/10
63. I Shot Billy the Kid (1950, William Berke) - 4/10
64. Train to Tombstone (1950, William Berke) - 4/10
65. Gunmen of Abilene (1950, Fred C. Brannon) - 3/10
66. Salt Lake Raiders (1950, Fred C. Brannon) - 4/10
67. Frisco Tornado (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 3/10
68. Rustlers on Horseback (1950, Fred C. Brannon) - 3/10
69. The Vanishing Westerner (1950, Philip Ford) - 4/10
70. The Missourians (1950, George Blair) - 4/10
71. The Fighting Stallion (1950, Robert Emmett Tansey) - 3/10
72. The Arizona Cowboy (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 4/10
73. Hills of Oklahoma (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 4/10
74. The Kid from Gower Gulch (1950, Oliver Drake) - 3/10
75. Snow Dog (1950, Frank McDonald) - 4/10
76. Jiggs and Maggie Out West (1950, William Beaudine) - 3/10
77. The Kangaroo Kid (1950, Lesley Selander) - 4/10
78. Riders of the Range (1950, Lesley Selander) - 5/10
79. Dynamite Pass (1950, Lew Landers) - 4/10
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15. Carson City (André De Toth, 1952)

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16. A Dirty Western (Joseph F. Robertson, 1975)

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17. The Jade Pendant (Po-Chih Leong, 2017)
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1. The Gunfight at Dodge City (Joseph M. Newman, 1959)
2. The Quiet Gun (William F. Claxton, 1957)
3. Cuatro dólares de venganza a.k.a. 4 Dollars for Revenge (Jaime Jesús Balcázar, 1966)
4. Jim il primo a.k.a. The Last Gun (Sergio Bergonzelli, 1964)
5. White Feather (Robert D. Webb, 1955)
6. The Proud Ones (Robert D. Webb, 1956)
7. The Keeping Room (Daniel Barber, 2014)
8. Big Jake (John Wayne, George Sherman, 1971)
9. Ned Kelly (Tony Richardson, 1970)
10. Pioneer Woman (Buzz Kulik, 1973)
11. La ballade des Dalton a.k.a. Lucky Luke: Ballad of the Daltons (René Goscinny, Henri Gruel, 1978)
12. Il ritorno di Zanna Bianca a.k.a. Challenge to White Fang (Lucio Fulci, 1974)
13. Yuma (Ted Post, 1971)
14. The Last Hunt (Richard Brooks, 1956)
15. Carson City (André De Toth, 1952)
16. A Dirty Western (Joseph F. Robertson, 1975)
17. The Jade Pendant (Po-Chih Leong, 2017)
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80. Rider from Tucson (1950, Lesley Selander) - 5/10
--- I don't know if they were coming or going, but this features both Lesley Selander & Veda Ann Borg who around this time also did The Kangaroo Kid (1950) way over in Australia! And Vada really put on a commanding performance in Rider from Tucson (1950). The cowboy hero Tim Holt almost had to take a backseat to her strong woman approach. and that made for a intriguing B-western.


81. Rio Grande Patrol (1950, Lesley Selander) - 4/10
--- While Rio Grande Patrol (1950) has it's moments, like the scenes from the cabin where henchman Tom Tyler was doing his evil, the story struggled to get elevated between all the blonds and the somewhat weak attempt at weapons smuggling. Tim Holt & Richard Martin do alright in making it enjoyable, but it's missing something to be among one of their better adventures.


82. Rio Grande (1950, John Ford) - 6/10
--- Like with Fort Apache (1948) and She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949) John Ford's Cavalry Trilogy, Rio Grande (1950) is more about the life of men in the cavalry than the battles they fought. While Rio Grande might be the weakest of the trio, it does touch a sentimental note with its focus on a career army man and how it relates to family. The distance between a husband and wife, not to mention child, when one has dedicated one's life to the uniform. It's actually well-acted with John Wayne & Maureen O'Hara pairing for the first time in a very effective way. The action that finally comes in past 80 minutes in feels tacked on, more because it's obligated to have a battle in a film like this than benefiting the focus of the film. But it's a fairly warm film in a cold way.


83. The Furies (1950, Anthony Mann) - 6/10
--- Some of the emotional aspects felt like it was there more for shock value than enhancing the chemistry, or lack there of, between these troubled people. Came across almost alienating, instead of making the drama feel gripping. But if anything, The Furies (1950) was a raw and cold experience. that at least was fascinating, even if I didn't feel Anthony Mann managed to push all the right buttons to make this dark and ambitious vision come life as strong as it deserved. And RIP Walter Huston. Hollywood's first heavyweight dramatic actor of the sound era. Quality send-off for him, as a lot of the livelier aspects of the film was all him!


84. The Eagle and the Hawk (1950, Lewis R. Foster) - 5/10
--- Slow burner, but it does get good toward the end, starting with that spectacular torture-by-horse sequence and eventual climax. Could definitely have needed something to make the earlier portions interesting, for it really struggled to get engaging, but if you like John Payne or Dennis O'Keefe, you'll get by.


85. Annie Get Your Gun (1950, George Sidney & Busby Berkeley) - 6/10
--- As cartoon-y as the life of Annie Oakley gets! Adorable Betty Hutton make sure of that. A ton of fun, but it never lets go of the exaggerated show aspects, so in the end it becomes too much. However, there's no denying that this is a pure smile affair.


86. The Baron of Arizona (1950, Samuel Fuller) - 7/10
--- The Baron of Arizona (1950) feels somewhat hollow, but I couldn't resist loving it regardless. It's Vincent Price being dark and sneaky stealing all the land of Arizona. Even as he hangs by the rope, he's amazing!


87. Branded (1950, Rudolph Maté) - 6/10
--- So much potential as first, but it gradually gets less interesting as Alan Ladd deals with his conscience, and what enfolds wasn't as engaging. Still a nice western in full color and solid action to see you through.


88. Dallas (1950, Stuart Heisler) - 5/10
--- Feels like there's some kind of disconnect between the patented Gary Cooper charm and the western environment they're trying to create, and it doesn't do the story any favors. Sure, they get some mild laughs out of it, I didn't really get into their actual mission and that's why Dallas (1950) grow into anything special for me.


89. The Kid from Texas (1950, Kurt Neumann) - 5/10
--- Audie Murphy first starring western and he plays Billy the Kid! However it's more the romantic escapades of Billy, and not very exciting, making a more dreamy interpretation of the outlaw's life. Must be one of the softest versions of Billy the Kid ever made screen. It's a good time, but it's not the legend we've come to expect when doing a outlaw story.

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1. Billy the Kid: Showdown in Lincoln County (2017, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
2. The Last Gunslinger (2017, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
3. Jesse James vs. The Black Train (2018, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
4. The Confederate (2018, Christopher Forbes) - 2/10
5. Sex Terrorists on Wheels (2019, Stefan Ruf) - 1/10
6. Wyatt Earp Shoots First (2019, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
7. A Rebel Born (2019, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
8. Showdown at Shelby's Shack (2019, Scott Hester) - 1/10
9. Calamity, une enfance de Martha Jane Cannary [Calamity, a Childhood of Martha Jane Cannary] (2020, Rémi Chayé) - 5/10
10. Concrete Cowboy (2020, Ricky Staub) - 5/10
11. Magnezja [Magnesium] (2020, Maciej Bochniak) - 4/10
12. A Guide to Gunfighters of the Wild West (2021, Travis Mills) - 2/10
13. Badland Doves (2021, Paul Winters) - 1/10
14. Gunfight at Dry River (2021, Daniel Simpson) - 3/10
15. The Woman Who Robbed the Stagecoach (2021, Travis Mills) - 2/10
16. Last Shoot Out (2021, Michael Feifer) - 1/10
17. Apache Junction (2021, Justin Lee) - 2/10
18. The Pleasant Valley War (2021, Travis Mills) - 1/10
19. Buckskin (2021, Brett Bentman) - 2/10
20. Montford: The Chickasaw Rancher (2021, Nathan Frankowski) - 3/10
21. Death Rider in the House of Vampires (2021, Glenn Danzig) - 1/10
22. Death Alley (2021, Nicholas Barton) - 2/10
23. Skinwalker (2021, Robert Conway) - 1/10
24. Counting Bullets (2021, Travis Mills) - 2/10
25. Righteous Blood (2021, Rene Perez) - 1/10
26. Lost Outlaw (2021, Darrell Mapson) - 2/10
27. Honor Among Thieves (2021, Brett Bentman) - 1/10
28. Catch the Bullet (2021, Michael Feifer) - 2/10
29. Ghosts of the Ozarks (2021, Matt Glass & Jordan Wayne Long) - 3/10
30. The Last Son (2021, Tim Sutton) - 2/10
31. Old Henry (2021, Potsy Ponciroli) - 7/10
32. The Harder They Fall (2021, Jeymes Samuel) - 6/10
33. The Power of the Dog (2021, Jane Campion) - 5/10
34. Desperate Riders (2022, Michael Feifer) - 2/10
35. No Name & Dynamite (2022, Errol Sack) - 2/10
36. Hostile Territory (2022, Brian Presley) - 1/10
37. A Tale of Two Guns (2022, Justin Lee) - 2/10
38. Cody of the Pony Express (1950, Spencer Gordon Bennet) - 3/10
39. Trail of the Rustlers (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 5/10
40. Streets of Ghost Town (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 4/10
41. Lightning Guns (1950, Fred F. Sears) - 5/10
42. Mule Train (1950, John English) - 6/10
43. Hoedown (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 6/10
44. Cow Town (1950, John English) - 6/10
45. Beyond the Purple Hills (1950, John English) - 4/10
46. Indian Territory (1950, John English) - 4/10
47. The Blazing Sun (1950, John English) - 5/10
48. The Daltons' Women (1950, Thomas Carr) - 3/10
49. King of the Bullwhip (1950, Ron Ormond) - 5/10
50. Crooked River (1950, Thomas Carr) - 4/10
51. Colorado Ranger (1950, Thomas Carr) - 4/10
52. Fast on the Draw (1950, Thomas Carr) - 4/10
53. The Texan Meets Calamity Jane (1950, Ande Lamb) - 3/10
54. Bells of Coronado (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
55. Twilight in the Sierras (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
56. Trigger, Jr. (1950, William Witney) - 5/10
57. Sunset in the West (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
58. North of the Great Divide (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
59. Trail of Robin Hood (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
60. Young Daniel Boone (1950, Reginald Le Borg) - 3/10
61. Law of the Panhandle (1950, Lewis D. Collins) - 4/10
62. Outlaw Gold (1950, Wallace Fox) - 4/10
63. I Shot Billy the Kid (1950, William Berke) - 4/10
64. Train to Tombstone (1950, William Berke) - 4/10
65. Gunmen of Abilene (1950, Fred C. Brannon) - 3/10
66. Salt Lake Raiders (1950, Fred C. Brannon) - 4/10
67. Frisco Tornado (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 3/10
68. Rustlers on Horseback (1950, Fred C. Brannon) - 3/10
69. The Vanishing Westerner (1950, Philip Ford) - 4/10
70. The Missourians (1950, George Blair) - 4/10
71. The Fighting Stallion (1950, Robert Emmett Tansey) - 3/10
72. The Arizona Cowboy (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 4/10
73. Hills of Oklahoma (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 4/10
74. The Kid from Gower Gulch (1950, Oliver Drake) - 3/10
75. Snow Dog (1950, Frank McDonald) - 4/10
76. Jiggs and Maggie Out West (1950, William Beaudine) - 3/10
77. The Kangaroo Kid (1950, Lesley Selander) - 4/10
78. Riders of the Range (1950, Lesley Selander) - 5/10
79. Dynamite Pass (1950, Lew Landers) - 4/10
80. Rider from Tucson (1950, Lesley Selander) - 5/10
81. Rio Grande Patrol (1950, Lesley Selander) - 4/10
82. Rio Grande (1950, John Ford) - 6/10
83. The Furies (1950, Anthony Mann) - 6/10
84. The Eagle and the Hawk (1950, Lewis R. Foster) - 5/10
85. Annie Get Your Gun (1950, George Sidney & Busby Berkeley) - 6/10
86. The Baron of Arizona (1950, Samuel Fuller) - 7/10
87. Branded (1950, Rudolph Maté) - 6/10
88. Dallas (1950, Stuart Heisler) - 5/10
89. The Kid from Texas (1950, Kurt Neumann) - 5/10
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11. Monte Walsh (1970)
An elegiac, leisurely paced Western about two aging cowhands, played by Lee Marvin and Jack Palance, in the fading years of the West. A threadbare plot eventually coalesces, and the second half has some compelling scenes, but much of the movie is composed of random slice-of-life scenes that failed to hold my interest.

12. Dark Command (1940)
Bleeding Kansas and Quantrill’s Raiders (here renamed Cantrell’s Raiders) provide the backdrop for a romance between banker’s daughter Claire Trevor and rancher-turned-marshal John Wayne. I was surprised this movie was set during a historical event so divisive that even decades of gradual postbellum reconciliation between north and south hadn’t erased embittered feelings. I was surprised further when slavery was directly mentioned. And I was astounded when one character launched a harsh diatribe against the south, just the sort of thing the studios spent decades avoiding. Unfortunately, the political history is twisted. Abolitionist hero John Brown, for example, is described as a human trafficker. For all that, Dark Command offers an engrossing, compelling, and enjoyable story.
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10. Bells of Rosarita (1945, Frank McDonald) - 7.5 or 8/10
11. Nighttime in Nevada (1948, William Witney) - 8/10
12. Canadian Pacific (1949, Edwin L. Marin) - 5.5/10
13. Red Mountain (1951, William Dieterle, John Farrow) - 7/10
14. Laramie Mountains (1952, Ray Nazarro) - 5/10
15. The Outcasts of Poker Flat (1952, Joseph M. Newman) - 7/10
16. Showdown at Abilene (1956, Charles F. Haas) - 6.5/10
17. El diablo desaparece / The Devil Disappears (1957, Rolando Aguilar) - 4.5 or 5/10
18. Joe Dakota (1957, Richard Bartlett) - 8 or 8.5/10
19. Trooper Hook (1957, Charles Marquis Warren) - 8.5/10
20. Waco (1966, R.G. Springsteen) - 6/10

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Tomas Milian certainly gives his all here, playing a rather larger-than-life character. As a narrative though, the movie never quite clicks. There are a lot of subplots, some of which simply feel silly (his befriending of a Salvation Army woman, leading his jealous girlfriend to have a catfight). An uneasy alliance also comes across as a Leone retread. In fact, same can be said about the big showdown and even the Ennio Morricone score, and Dollars Trilogy this is not.
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1. She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949)
2. The Long Riders (1980)
3. The Professionals (1966)
4. Open Range (2003)
5. The Ballad of Buster Scruggs (2018)
6. The Misfits (1961) - 7/10
Honestly, I didn't want to like it, but it got me, though perhaps not in the way intended. Monroe was portrayed as very naive and unworldly, espousing stupid ideas like "maybe we should care about each other" or "I don't like being cruel to animals" and stuff like that. The whole toxic masculinity thing that was played up aged decently well for me, too. And I see where the #niceguy elements came in. Interesting to visit this one nowadays. Worked for me up until the very end.

7. Destry Rides Again (1939) - 7/10
This was just a ton of fun. Stewart was doing his "aw shucks" routine, but in a quietly powerful way that worked. Dietrich was also great and a solid counterpoint. Funny at times and never dragged.
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90. Sierra (1950, Alfred E. Green) - 6/10
--- The end was a little on the convenient side, but the anger of Audie Murphy during the rest of it was real. Good to see Universal upgrading it's ambitions regarding westerns. Sierra (1950) is a surprisingly polished film, and while not top-tier, I enjoyed it a lot.


91. Kansas Raiders (1950, Ray Enright) - 6/10
--- Outlaws headed by Audie Murphy as Jesse James reluctantly join a outcast army outfit looting towns during the Civil War. There'a a lot of ruthless killing while forcefully trying to cast the gang of famous as good guys while cold-heartedly shooting people. That aspect doesn't really work, but as a raw murdering machine the Kansas Raiders (1950) does provide its entertainment. They just don't manage to justify it.


92. Fancy Pants (1950, George Marshall) - 6/10
--- A rework of Ruggles of Red Gap, the 1935 version the definitive one, but having Bob Hope pretend to be both a butler and British royalty visiting the west does provide the laughs. Especially when being paired with Lucille Ball. The comedy becomes a little too one-noted, but it's good fun for sure!


93. Winchester '73 (1950, Anthony Mann) - 8/10
--- Didn't feel it had a perfect narrative, but Anthony Mann's Winchester '73 (1950) is a film one can analyze in deep detail and and appreciate for going against the usual standards of story telling. While it seems to take a few side steps, it's really very direct with a raw story of the wild west. The Winchester is in some ways used as a ref herring, there to give the old west a bit a glamour, while actually delivering anything but. Not even James Stewart was playing around. Everyone was ruthless!


94. Broken Arrow (1950, Delmer Daves) - 7/10
--- More than anything Broken Arrow (1950) has its heart in the right place. In a minefield of war, the best way is to find a direct route to a vision of peace without dwelling on everything that will keep people angry and fighting. James Stewart was the perfect sort of man to be the bridge between fighting folks and while it doesn't try to trigger too much animosity, it hints at the dangers of not having a common understanding when someones does try to disrupt the peace. Broken Arrow provides a goodhearted, though Hollywoodized, experience I valued.


95. The Nevadan (1950, Gordon Douglas) - 6/10
--- The Nevadan (1950) is a very western western. Doesn't have anything original on it's own, but everything is carried greatly by the way Randolph Scott handles himself. A very stern and clever man at every turn. He's a damn good presence here.


96. Rock Island Trail (1950, Joseph Kane) - 5/10
--- Packs in enough for a solid rail road western while testing out Forrest Tucker as a leading guy. Tall and handsome, he made his presence felt, though he probable didn't tick all the boxes to charm an audience. He was good here, and while not the most rounded of stories, this was fine.


97. California Passage (1950, Joseph Kane) - 4/10
--- Delivers a fairly intricate plot for a western with Forrest Tucker portraying a layered character, to the point it was hard to like him. And that was part of the problem with California Passage (1950), they struggled to find a aspect to make it likable.


98. The Capture (1950, John Sturges) - 4/10
--- Attempt at a Western Noir with Lew Ayres and it's mostly a miss. Does hit some atmosphere at sporadic portions of the film, but for the most part it just feels like a super cheap and aimless experiment.


99. Singing Guns (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 6/10
--- Singing Guns (1950) is a novelty western, featuring the first of two lead roles singer Vaughn Monroe got in Hollywood. Can't say he was a great screen presence, but he took the task serious and therefore this doesn't feel like a mockery. This earned a Oscar nomination too for the theme song "Mule Train" sung by Monroe. Actually I prefer Gene Autry's version done the same year in the movie actually called Mule Train, but Monroe's song is good too. The plot is a little more elaborated then the usual B-western set-up as the outlaw Monroe comes to a crossroad in life and three people are there to influence his choice going forward. Those are played by Ella Raines, Walter Brennan and Ward Bond, and it keeps you guessing about who can be trusted and who'll backstab who. The scenario worked quite well for me, being entertaining all the way.


100. Dakota Lil (1950, Lesley Selander) - 5/10
--- With a ruthless Rod Cameron, cunning Marie Windsor and a handsome George Montgomery on the job to catch them, Dakota Lil (1950) provides a decent premise for a good western. A little underwhelming considering what they had to work with, but it was more than fine game of cat and mouse.

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1. Billy the Kid: Showdown in Lincoln County (2017, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
2. The Last Gunslinger (2017, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
3. Jesse James vs. The Black Train (2018, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
4. The Confederate (2018, Christopher Forbes) - 2/10
5. Sex Terrorists on Wheels (2019, Stefan Ruf) - 1/10
6. Wyatt Earp Shoots First (2019, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
7. A Rebel Born (2019, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
8. Showdown at Shelby's Shack (2019, Scott Hester) - 1/10
9. Calamity, une enfance de Martha Jane Cannary [Calamity, a Childhood of Martha Jane Cannary] (2020, Rémi Chayé) - 5/10
10. Concrete Cowboy (2020, Ricky Staub) - 5/10
11. Magnezja [Magnesium] (2020, Maciej Bochniak) - 4/10
12. A Guide to Gunfighters of the Wild West (2021, Travis Mills) - 2/10
13. Badland Doves (2021, Paul Winters) - 1/10
14. Gunfight at Dry River (2021, Daniel Simpson) - 3/10
15. The Woman Who Robbed the Stagecoach (2021, Travis Mills) - 2/10
16. Last Shoot Out (2021, Michael Feifer) - 1/10
17. Apache Junction (2021, Justin Lee) - 2/10
18. The Pleasant Valley War (2021, Travis Mills) - 1/10
19. Buckskin (2021, Brett Bentman) - 2/10
20. Montford: The Chickasaw Rancher (2021, Nathan Frankowski) - 3/10
21. Death Rider in the House of Vampires (2021, Glenn Danzig) - 1/10
22. Death Alley (2021, Nicholas Barton) - 2/10
23. Skinwalker (2021, Robert Conway) - 1/10
24. Counting Bullets (2021, Travis Mills) - 2/10
25. Righteous Blood (2021, Rene Perez) - 1/10
26. Lost Outlaw (2021, Darrell Mapson) - 2/10
27. Honor Among Thieves (2021, Brett Bentman) - 1/10
28. Catch the Bullet (2021, Michael Feifer) - 2/10
29. Ghosts of the Ozarks (2021, Matt Glass & Jordan Wayne Long) - 3/10
30. The Last Son (2021, Tim Sutton) - 2/10
31. Old Henry (2021, Potsy Ponciroli) - 7/10
32. The Harder They Fall (2021, Jeymes Samuel) - 6/10
33. The Power of the Dog (2021, Jane Campion) - 5/10
34. Desperate Riders (2022, Michael Feifer) - 2/10
35. No Name & Dynamite (2022, Errol Sack) - 2/10
36. Hostile Territory (2022, Brian Presley) - 1/10
37. A Tale of Two Guns (2022, Justin Lee) - 2/10
38. Cody of the Pony Express (1950, Spencer Gordon Bennet) - 3/10
39. Trail of the Rustlers (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 5/10
40. Streets of Ghost Town (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 4/10
41. Lightning Guns (1950, Fred F. Sears) - 5/10
42. Mule Train (1950, John English) - 6/10
43. Hoedown (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 6/10
44. Cow Town (1950, John English) - 6/10
45. Beyond the Purple Hills (1950, John English) - 4/10
46. Indian Territory (1950, John English) - 4/10
47. The Blazing Sun (1950, John English) - 5/10
48. The Daltons' Women (1950, Thomas Carr) - 3/10
49. King of the Bullwhip (1950, Ron Ormond) - 5/10
50. Crooked River (1950, Thomas Carr) - 4/10
51. Colorado Ranger (1950, Thomas Carr) - 4/10
52. Fast on the Draw (1950, Thomas Carr) - 4/10
53. The Texan Meets Calamity Jane (1950, Ande Lamb) - 3/10
54. Bells of Coronado (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
55. Twilight in the Sierras (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
56. Trigger, Jr. (1950, William Witney) - 5/10
57. Sunset in the West (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
58. North of the Great Divide (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
59. Trail of Robin Hood (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
60. Young Daniel Boone (1950, Reginald Le Borg) - 3/10
61. Law of the Panhandle (1950, Lewis D. Collins) - 4/10
62. Outlaw Gold (1950, Wallace Fox) - 4/10
63. I Shot Billy the Kid (1950, William Berke) - 4/10
64. Train to Tombstone (1950, William Berke) - 4/10
65. Gunmen of Abilene (1950, Fred C. Brannon) - 3/10
66. Salt Lake Raiders (1950, Fred C. Brannon) - 4/10
67. Frisco Tornado (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 3/10
68. Rustlers on Horseback (1950, Fred C. Brannon) - 3/10
69. The Vanishing Westerner (1950, Philip Ford) - 4/10
70. The Missourians (1950, George Blair) - 4/10
71. The Fighting Stallion (1950, Robert Emmett Tansey) - 3/10
72. The Arizona Cowboy (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 4/10
73. Hills of Oklahoma (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 4/10
74. The Kid from Gower Gulch (1950, Oliver Drake) - 3/10
75. Snow Dog (1950, Frank McDonald) - 4/10
76. Jiggs and Maggie Out West (1950, William Beaudine) - 3/10
77. The Kangaroo Kid (1950, Lesley Selander) - 4/10
78. Riders of the Range (1950, Lesley Selander) - 5/10
79. Dynamite Pass (1950, Lew Landers) - 4/10
80. Rider from Tucson (1950, Lesley Selander) - 5/10
81. Rio Grande Patrol (1950, Lesley Selander) - 4/10
82. Rio Grande (1950, John Ford) - 6/10
83. The Furies (1950, Anthony Mann) - 6/10
84. The Eagle and the Hawk (1950, Lewis R. Foster) - 5/10
85. Annie Get Your Gun (1950, George Sidney & Busby Berkeley) - 6/10
86. The Baron of Arizona (1950, Samuel Fuller) - 7/10
87. Branded (1950, Rudolph Maté) - 6/10
88. Dallas (1950, Stuart Heisler) - 5/10
89. The Kid from Texas (1950, Kurt Neumann) - 5/10
90. Sierra (1950, Alfred E. Green) - 6/10
91. Kansas Raiders (1950, Ray Enright) - 6/10
92. Fancy Pants (1950, George Marshall) - 6/10
93. Winchester '73 (1950, Anthony Mann) - 8/10
94. Broken Arrow (1950, Delmer Daves) - 7/10
95. The Nevadan (1950, Gordon Douglas) - 6/10
96. Rock Island Trail (1950, Joseph Kane) - 5/10
97. California Passage (1950, Joseph Kane) - 4/10
98. The Capture (1950, John Sturges) - 4/10
99. Singing Guns (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 6/10
100. Dakota Lil (1950, Lesley Selander) - 5/10
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11. Roughshod (1949) * 88 min.
12. Land Beyond the Law (1937) * 54 min.

Roughshod is a good western, but the romance between Robert Sterling and Gloria Grahame, which I think was supposed to be a selling point of the movie, is kind of weak. Grahame is fine, but Sterling is stuck with going from cold to hot and back again with her for no particular reason, and as a result too little attention is paid to escaped convict John Ireland and his buddies. I'm not big on singing cowboys, but Land Beyond the Law is good, and Dick Foran sings well and not too much.
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1. Yellow Sky (1948) * 99 min.
2. Man of the Forest (1933) * 61 min.
3. Indian Agent (1948) * 65 min.
4. Two Mules for Sister Sara (1970) 114 min.
5. Across the Wide Missouri (1951) * 78 min.
6. Wagon Wheels (1934) * 56 min.
7. Girl Rush (1944) * 65 min.
8. Broken Arrow (1950) * 93 min.
9. Colorado Territory (1949) * 95 min.
10. The Outlaw (1943) * 117 min.
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19 - North West Mounted Police (1940) - 6.5/10 - Dusty Rivers (Gary Cooper) is a Texas Ranger who travels to Canada in search of a man wanted for murder in Texas. He works with the Mounties to search for the man and also helps the Mounties put down a rebellion. He falls for the sister of one of the Mounties and hopes to bring her back to Texas with him. The film isn't bad and has good parts, but overall it is somewhat dull.

20 - The Great Silence (1968) - 7/10 - In a snow covered landscape, a mute gunfighter protects a group of people against bounty hunters. The most vicious of the bounty hunters (Klaus Kinski) has his own methods. This is a decent film and I probably should have liked it more, but it didn't totally resonate with me.

21 - Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid (1973) - 8/10 - James Coburn stars as Pat Garrett with Kris Kristofferson as Billy the Kid in this interpretation of the story. The soundtrack is excellent and the story is pretty good as well, even if Kristofferson is about 15 years older than Billy was when he died.

22 - Randy Rides Alone (1934) - 6.5/10 - John Wayne stars as Randy Bower in this fairly straightforward b-movie. Randy arrives at a saloon known as The Halfway House only to find everyone dead inside. While he is looking around, the sheriff arrives and arrests him, despite his protestations of innocence. He later escapes and helps track down the gang responsible. It's entertaining, even if there are a few oddities in the film.
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1 - Sholay (1975) - 8/10
2 - Return of the Seven (1966) - 5.5/10
3 - Heaven's Gate (1980) - 7/10
4 - The Texas Rangers (1936) - 7/10
5 - Shenandoah (1965) - 7.5/10
6 - Lawman (1971) - 8/10 - #Bonus
7 - The Mississippi Gambler (1953) - 8/10
8 - Singing Guns (1950) - 7.5/10
9 - Stagecoach to Fury (1956) - 5/10
10 - In Old Oklahoma (1943) - 7/10
11 - 3:10 to Yuma (1957) - 8.5/10
12 - Johnny Guitar (1954) - 8/10
13 - Sand (1949) - 6.5/10
14 - Silver Queen (1942) - 6/10
15 - The Iron Horse (1924) - 7.5/10
16 - Forty Guns (1957) - 7/10
17 - Man of the West (1958) - 8/10
18 - Winchester '73 (1950) - 8/10
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4. The Homesman (Tommy Lee Jones, 2014) 7/10
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18. Fort Massacre (Joseph M. Newman, 1958)

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19. Wagon Tracks (Lambert Hillyer, 1919)
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1. The Gunfight at Dodge City (Joseph M. Newman, 1959)
2. The Quiet Gun (William F. Claxton, 1957)
3. Cuatro dólares de venganza a.k.a. 4 Dollars for Revenge (Jaime Jesús Balcázar, 1966)
4. Jim il primo a.k.a. The Last Gun (Sergio Bergonzelli, 1964)
5. White Feather (Robert D. Webb, 1955)
6. The Proud Ones (Robert D. Webb, 1956)
7. The Keeping Room (Daniel Barber, 2014)
8. Big Jake (John Wayne, George Sherman, 1971)
9. Ned Kelly (Tony Richardson, 1970)
10. Pioneer Woman (Buzz Kulik, 1973)
11. La ballade des Dalton a.k.a. Lucky Luke: Ballad of the Daltons (René Goscinny, Henri Gruel, 1978)
12. Il ritorno di Zanna Bianca a.k.a. Challenge to White Fang (Lucio Fulci, 1974)
13. Yuma (Ted Post, 1971)
14. The Last Hunt (Richard Brooks, 1956)
15. Carson City (André De Toth, 1952)
16. A Dirty Western (Joseph F. Robertson, 1975)
17. The Jade Pendant (Po-Chih Leong, 2017)
18. Fort Massacre (Joseph M. Newman, 1958)
19. Wagon Tracks (Lambert Hillyer, 1919)
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11. The Peacemaker (Ted Post, 1956) 7.5/10
12. Heaven with a Gun (Lee H. Katzin, 1969) 7.5/10

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1. Llanto por un bandido (Weeping for a Bandit, Carlos Saura, 1964) 8/10
2. Savage Pampas/Pampa salvaje (Hugo Fregonese, 1965) 7.5/10
3. ¿Quién grita venganza? (Dead Men Don't Count!, Rafael Romero Marchent, 1968) 7.5/10
4. Quelé do Pajeú (Fury of the Avenger, Anselmo Duarte, 1970) 9/10
5. Wolf Song (Victor Fleming, 1929) 8/10
6. The Texan (John Cromwell, 1930) 7.5/10
7. Rangle River (Clarence G. Badger, 1936) 8/10
8. Fangs of the Wild (William F. Claxton, 1954) 7/10
9. Six Black Horses (Harry Keller, 1962) 7.5/10
10. True History of the Kelly Gang (Justin Kurzel, 2019) 6.5/10
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101. The Iroquois Trail (1950, Phil Karlson) - 5/10
--- A 1950s variation of the old The Last of the Mohicans story with good looking George Montgomery as Hawkeye. Not the worst adaptation, but there have been far better ones made during the over a hundred year history this story has been regularly put on screen. Ended-up being the final film for Brenda Marshall, and quite frankly she was the most striking one in The Iroquois Trail (1950).


102. Davy Crockett, Indian Scout (1950, Lew Landers) - 4/10
--- A different generation Davy Crockett played by George Montgomery for more scouting and Indian action. The battle was fairly exciting, but not everything about this story was interesting or as exciting. Very much a B-adaptation of a specific era.


103. Short Grass (1950, Lesley Selander) - 5/10
--- Very much a rugged western with Rod Cameron as the center of attention, but also very uneven in both mood and pacing. At least Cameron's character was tough and believable.


104. Stage to Tucson (1950, Ralph Murphy) - 5/10
--- On the slow side, but it's a solid western throughout with two good leads in Rod Cameron & Wayne Morris carrying the show before the climax stage ride peaked the experience.


105. Wagon Master (1950, John Ford) - 9/10
--- John Ford delivers a lovely mix of quirkiness and danger for Wagon Master (1950). Has all the old western tropes, but it's done unlike any other western before it. Got to be one of the more brilliant films Ford did. I enjoyed it immensely, and still i feel like I underrated it!


106. Wyoming Mail (1950, Reginald Le Borg) - 5/10
--- Crime toward the Wyoming Mail (1950) provides a fairly exciting western in full-blown Technicolor. Wasn't falling in love with the characters as much as I'd hoped, and that kind of keeps it at a mid-range experience for me. But it wasn't like they were doing a bad job or anything. Just didn't have any of that 'it' aspect for me personally.


107. Frontier Outpost (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 4/10
--- Simple and uncomplicated B-western with "The Durango Kid" Charles Starrett. It's mostly Smiley Burnette that provides the fun with gags and song. Not the type of movie that's create a lot of memories, but is decent fun while it lasts.


108. Sierra Passage (1950, Frank McDonald) - 4/10
--- Wayne Morris plays a kind man with revenge on his mind, and as the story goes he's supposed to get more lost in demons, except Morris doesn't have that range and the only way we could tell was his friends freaking out over his behavior, when to us he was just being Wayne Morris himself. Fairly fluffed-up western, with several show numbers from Lola Albright, but the final shoot-out was a nice touch and it worth it to sit through.


109. A Ticket to Tomahawk (1950, Richard Sale) - 6/10
--- A whole lot of nonsense, turning the wild west almost into a show, without there actually being a show. But how can I not love a flick with gun gal, especially when that cutie is Anne Baxter!


110. The Gunfighter (1950, Henry King) - 8/10
--- The Gunfighter (1950) is Gregory Peck having to deal with young punks all the time, feeling old and prevented from his true wish of settling down with his family. His legend as the fastest gunman in the west haunts him, one drink at a time. A doomed faith by reputation. It's quite the western.

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1. Billy the Kid: Showdown in Lincoln County (2017, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
2. The Last Gunslinger (2017, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
3. Jesse James vs. The Black Train (2018, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
4. The Confederate (2018, Christopher Forbes) - 2/10
5. Sex Terrorists on Wheels (2019, Stefan Ruf) - 1/10
6. Wyatt Earp Shoots First (2019, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
7. A Rebel Born (2019, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
8. Showdown at Shelby's Shack (2019, Scott Hester) - 1/10
9. Calamity, une enfance de Martha Jane Cannary [Calamity, a Childhood of Martha Jane Cannary] (2020, Rémi Chayé) - 5/10
10. Concrete Cowboy (2020, Ricky Staub) - 5/10
11. Magnezja [Magnesium] (2020, Maciej Bochniak) - 4/10
12. A Guide to Gunfighters of the Wild West (2021, Travis Mills) - 2/10
13. Badland Doves (2021, Paul Winters) - 1/10
14. Gunfight at Dry River (2021, Daniel Simpson) - 3/10
15. The Woman Who Robbed the Stagecoach (2021, Travis Mills) - 2/10
16. Last Shoot Out (2021, Michael Feifer) - 1/10
17. Apache Junction (2021, Justin Lee) - 2/10
18. The Pleasant Valley War (2021, Travis Mills) - 1/10
19. Buckskin (2021, Brett Bentman) - 2/10
20. Montford: The Chickasaw Rancher (2021, Nathan Frankowski) - 3/10
21. Death Rider in the House of Vampires (2021, Glenn Danzig) - 1/10
22. Death Alley (2021, Nicholas Barton) - 2/10
23. Skinwalker (2021, Robert Conway) - 1/10
24. Counting Bullets (2021, Travis Mills) - 2/10
25. Righteous Blood (2021, Rene Perez) - 1/10
26. Lost Outlaw (2021, Darrell Mapson) - 2/10
27. Honor Among Thieves (2021, Brett Bentman) - 1/10
28. Catch the Bullet (2021, Michael Feifer) - 2/10
29. Ghosts of the Ozarks (2021, Matt Glass & Jordan Wayne Long) - 3/10
30. The Last Son (2021, Tim Sutton) - 2/10
31. Old Henry (2021, Potsy Ponciroli) - 7/10
32. The Harder They Fall (2021, Jeymes Samuel) - 6/10
33. The Power of the Dog (2021, Jane Campion) - 5/10
34. Desperate Riders (2022, Michael Feifer) - 2/10
35. No Name & Dynamite (2022, Errol Sack) - 2/10
36. Hostile Territory (2022, Brian Presley) - 1/10
37. A Tale of Two Guns (2022, Justin Lee) - 2/10
38. Cody of the Pony Express (1950, Spencer Gordon Bennet) - 3/10
39. Trail of the Rustlers (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 5/10
40. Streets of Ghost Town (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 4/10
41. Lightning Guns (1950, Fred F. Sears) - 5/10
42. Mule Train (1950, John English) - 6/10
43. Hoedown (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 6/10
44. Cow Town (1950, John English) - 6/10
45. Beyond the Purple Hills (1950, John English) - 4/10
46. Indian Territory (1950, John English) - 4/10
47. The Blazing Sun (1950, John English) - 5/10
48. The Daltons' Women (1950, Thomas Carr) - 3/10
49. King of the Bullwhip (1950, Ron Ormond) - 5/10
50. Crooked River (1950, Thomas Carr) - 4/10
51. Colorado Ranger (1950, Thomas Carr) - 4/10
52. Fast on the Draw (1950, Thomas Carr) - 4/10
53. The Texan Meets Calamity Jane (1950, Ande Lamb) - 3/10
54. Bells of Coronado (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
55. Twilight in the Sierras (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
56. Trigger, Jr. (1950, William Witney) - 5/10
57. Sunset in the West (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
58. North of the Great Divide (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
59. Trail of Robin Hood (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
60. Young Daniel Boone (1950, Reginald Le Borg) - 3/10
61. Law of the Panhandle (1950, Lewis D. Collins) - 4/10
62. Outlaw Gold (1950, Wallace Fox) - 4/10
63. I Shot Billy the Kid (1950, William Berke) - 4/10
64. Train to Tombstone (1950, William Berke) - 4/10
65. Gunmen of Abilene (1950, Fred C. Brannon) - 3/10
66. Salt Lake Raiders (1950, Fred C. Brannon) - 4/10
67. Frisco Tornado (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 3/10
68. Rustlers on Horseback (1950, Fred C. Brannon) - 3/10
69. The Vanishing Westerner (1950, Philip Ford) - 4/10
70. The Missourians (1950, George Blair) - 4/10
71. The Fighting Stallion (1950, Robert Emmett Tansey) - 3/10
72. The Arizona Cowboy (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 4/10
73. Hills of Oklahoma (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 4/10
74. The Kid from Gower Gulch (1950, Oliver Drake) - 3/10
75. Snow Dog (1950, Frank McDonald) - 4/10
76. Jiggs and Maggie Out West (1950, William Beaudine) - 3/10
77. The Kangaroo Kid (1950, Lesley Selander) - 4/10
78. Riders of the Range (1950, Lesley Selander) - 5/10
79. Dynamite Pass (1950, Lew Landers) - 4/10
80. Rider from Tucson (1950, Lesley Selander) - 5/10
81. Rio Grande Patrol (1950, Lesley Selander) - 4/10
82. Rio Grande (1950, John Ford) - 6/10
83. The Furies (1950, Anthony Mann) - 6/10
84. The Eagle and the Hawk (1950, Lewis R. Foster) - 5/10
85. Annie Get Your Gun (1950, George Sidney & Busby Berkeley) - 6/10
86. The Baron of Arizona (1950, Samuel Fuller) - 7/10
87. Branded (1950, Rudolph Maté) - 6/10
88. Dallas (1950, Stuart Heisler) - 5/10
89. The Kid from Texas (1950, Kurt Neumann) - 5/10
90. Sierra (1950, Alfred E. Green) - 6/10
91. Kansas Raiders (1950, Ray Enright) - 6/10
92. Fancy Pants (1950, George Marshall) - 6/10
93. Winchester '73 (1950, Anthony Mann) - 8/10
94. Broken Arrow (1950, Delmer Daves) - 7/10
95. The Nevadan (1950, Gordon Douglas) - 6/10
96. Rock Island Trail (1950, Joseph Kane) - 5/10
97. California Passage (1950, Joseph Kane) - 4/10
98. The Capture (1950, John Sturges) - 4/10
99. Singing Guns (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 6/10
100. Dakota Lil (1950, Lesley Selander) - 5/10
101. The Iroquois Trail (1950, Phil Karlson) - 5/10
102. Davy Crockett, Indian Scout (1950, Lew Landers) - 4/10
103. Short Grass (1950, Lesley Selander) - 5/10
104. Stage to Tucson (1950, Ralph Murphy) - 5/10
105. Wagon Master (1950, John Ford) - 9/10
106. Wyoming Mail (1950, Reginald Le Borg) - 5/10
107. Frontier Outpost (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 4/10
108. Sierra Passage (1950, Frank McDonald) - 4/10
109. A Ticket to Tomahawk (1950, Richard Sale) - 6/10
110. The Gunfighter (1950, Henry King) - 8/10
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7. 3:10 to Yuma (1957) - The start of the film felt like quite a cliche Western indeed. However, by the end of the 3rd act it did feel like this film does something different. The change that Dan goes through from a cattle-man who doesn’t intervene when he sees a robbery vs being the lone man to stand up for what’s right was a nicely charted character arc. Glenn Ford was also a compelling antagonist as Ben Wade, who I wasn’t able to read until the very end. This film reminded me a lot of High Noon, but with more interesting heroes and villains, and a more nuanced conclusion as well.
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2. Compañeros! (1970)
3. Run, Man, Run (1968)
4. Dances With Wolves (1990) REVISION

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This jumped massive in my esteem upon rewatch. I don't know if I was put off by the length, the generic romance or the sometimes intrusive voiceover when I first saw the film around twenty years ago, but I had this down as a good-but-not-great film. Now I'm prepared to say that it's a truly great film; from the personal identity drama, to communication beyond language barriers, to contrast of peaceful Sioux and destructive US soldiers, it all really works.
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sol wrote: May 15th, 2022, 5:22 am
4. Dances With Wolves (1990) REVISION

This jumped massive in my esteem upon rewatch. I don't know if I was put off by the length, the generic romance or the sometimes intrusive voiceover when I first saw the film around twenty years ago, but I had this down as a good-but-not-great film. Now I'm prepared to say that it's a truly great film; from the personal identity drama, to communication beyond language barriers, to contrast of peaceful Sioux and destructive US soldiers, it all really works.
I saw this in the theater when it came out and loved it. I recall that it looked great on the big screen. I think I watched it once or twice on cable in the years that followed, but it has probably been 30 years since I last watched it.
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gunnar wrote: May 15th, 2022, 5:39 am
sol wrote: May 15th, 2022, 5:22 am
4. Dances With Wolves (1990) REVISION

This jumped massive in my esteem upon rewatch. I don't know if I was put off by the length, the generic romance or the sometimes intrusive voiceover when I first saw the film around twenty years ago, but I had this down as a good-but-not-great film. Now I'm prepared to say that it's a truly great film; from the personal identity drama, to communication beyond language barriers, to contrast of peaceful Sioux and destructive US soldiers, it all really works.
I saw this in the theater when it came out and loved it. I recall that it looked great on the big screen. I think I watched it once or twice on cable in the years that followed, but it has probably been 30 years since I last watched it.
I was too young to see it when it came out in cinemas, but I know that my father saw it theatrically and loved it. I suppose when it came to me first seeing it as a VHS rental, I knew how much my dad liked it and that it had won all of these Oscars, and that probably interfered with my judgment. Quite aside from that, I have often heard the film slammed for beating Goodfellas at the Oscars, and I probably prefer the Scorsese film myself, but Dances a fine movie regardless of what it beat. I was similarly very impressed with Costner's Open Range when I caught up with it a few years ago. He really can direct.
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111. Two Flags West (1950, Robert Wise) - 6/10
--- Confederate prisoners gets the choice to put on the uniform again to defend a fort against Indians. But it's really about Jeff Chandler and his affection for Linda Darnell. The rest more or less serves a more macho environment without really going anywhere with it except show that the two sides can work together. It's beautifully shot, and in many ways it's the visuals that makes it feel like a top class movie.


112. Never a Dull Moment (1950, George Marshall) - 4/10
--- Fred MacMurray takes his usual screwball comedy out to the ranch. Not too unlike The Egg and I (1947), except this time he marries Irene Dunne for a less than glamorous life on the farm and there's no Ma & Pa Kettle to liven things up. Let's just say Never a Dull Moment (1950) is false advertisement.


113. Surrender (1950, Allan Dwan) - 7/10
--- Femme fatal western where Vera Ralston is not messing around. No siree. It's one where the games and twists make for a memorable downfall. The film doesn't hold back much with the story. Perhaps a little too direct without the finer touches, but I was surprised at how captivating it turned out to be.


114. Stars In My Crown (1950, Jacques Tourneur) - 6/10
--- Funny how some thing never change. I feel we've just been through a variation of the story Stars in My Crown (1950) brings. It's a real fine drama of a young town and the preacher Joel McCrea who shapes it. Had hoped for more gun play, but it's more a moral exercise about dealing with disease and racism than the wild wild west.


115. The Outriders (1950, Roy Rowland) - 5/10
--- The river sequence was good, but that was all the excitement The Outriders (1950) had. This was a typical wagon train type affair and the approach was almost to natural. The dynamic between the rivals didn't challenge things too much. The scenery was nice, but not as spectacular as other such pictures. And with that some of this felt a little underwhelming without this ever feeling like a bad journey.


116. Saddle Tramp (1950, Hugo Fregonese) - 6/10
--- Watch drifter Joel McCrea get suckered in by the kids, while also finding time to expose the local cattle thieves. It's a wall mannered western, and an enjoyable one at that.


117. Frenchie (1950, Louis King) - 6/10
--- Frenchie (1950), aka Shelley Winters, sure was a spunky saloon girl! Got to love that chick fight! Overall this is a colorful western which relies more on its charm than a intricate plot. One that gentle Joel McCrea fits well into. Could have hoped for more action, but it's got personality.


118. The Savage Horde (1950, Joseph Kane) - 4/10
--- Bill Elliott on the run and it starts-out promising, but quickly looses it way and turns into just another standard B-western with little making it memorable, regardless of it having more ambition than it can get out of the The Savage Horde (1950).


119. Colt .45 (1950, Edwin L. Marin) - 7/10
--- Tells the story of how a big bad gun like the Colt .45 (1950) can change a coward into a cocky lunatic. Zachary Scott really channeled the psycho in him for this one, with Lloyd Bridges clearly having the hots for him in what's got to be one of the most overly homosexual characters I've seen in a western from this period. Sure, he's married to Ruth Roman in the picture, but he shoots her to protect Zachary, so I don't know how all that got past the censures. Probable because how Scott handles his "pal" later on. Anyway, they're being chased by Randolph Scott, who does the rugged bit as you'd expect from him, while Alan Hale in one of his last roles before passing away plays a sneak in all this plotting. I found it a rather mesmerizing western. I know of lot of the twists came a little easy, but for the most part it was a thoroughly enjoyable outlaw film that packed in a lot.


120. The Cariboo Trail (1950, Edwin L. Marin) - 6/10
--- A Randolph Scott flick that combines the gold rush with the cattle business, and where the scheming Victor Jory, in great villainous get-up, want in on all the money. Absolutely a enjoyable western, but I was mostly here for George 'Gabby' Hayes, as this was the legendary sidekick's 190th and final film (and I've seen 160 of 'em)! He would now turn his attention to TV and for the most part his own Gabby Hayes Show, through the 50s and until he retired. Good to see Gabby again. He hadn't done many films the past years, but he was as lovable as ever, and made sure The Cariboo Trail (1950) was a quality sign-off.

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1. Billy the Kid: Showdown in Lincoln County (2017, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
2. The Last Gunslinger (2017, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
3. Jesse James vs. The Black Train (2018, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
4. The Confederate (2018, Christopher Forbes) - 2/10
5. Sex Terrorists on Wheels (2019, Stefan Ruf) - 1/10
6. Wyatt Earp Shoots First (2019, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
7. A Rebel Born (2019, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
8. Showdown at Shelby's Shack (2019, Scott Hester) - 1/10
9. Calamity, une enfance de Martha Jane Cannary [Calamity, a Childhood of Martha Jane Cannary] (2020, Rémi Chayé) - 5/10
10. Concrete Cowboy (2020, Ricky Staub) - 5/10
11. Magnezja [Magnesium] (2020, Maciej Bochniak) - 4/10
12. A Guide to Gunfighters of the Wild West (2021, Travis Mills) - 2/10
13. Badland Doves (2021, Paul Winters) - 1/10
14. Gunfight at Dry River (2021, Daniel Simpson) - 3/10
15. The Woman Who Robbed the Stagecoach (2021, Travis Mills) - 2/10
16. Last Shoot Out (2021, Michael Feifer) - 1/10
17. Apache Junction (2021, Justin Lee) - 2/10
18. The Pleasant Valley War (2021, Travis Mills) - 1/10
19. Buckskin (2021, Brett Bentman) - 2/10
20. Montford: The Chickasaw Rancher (2021, Nathan Frankowski) - 3/10
21. Death Rider in the House of Vampires (2021, Glenn Danzig) - 1/10
22. Death Alley (2021, Nicholas Barton) - 2/10
23. Skinwalker (2021, Robert Conway) - 1/10
24. Counting Bullets (2021, Travis Mills) - 2/10
25. Righteous Blood (2021, Rene Perez) - 1/10
26. Lost Outlaw (2021, Darrell Mapson) - 2/10
27. Honor Among Thieves (2021, Brett Bentman) - 1/10
28. Catch the Bullet (2021, Michael Feifer) - 2/10
29. Ghosts of the Ozarks (2021, Matt Glass & Jordan Wayne Long) - 3/10
30. The Last Son (2021, Tim Sutton) - 2/10
31. Old Henry (2021, Potsy Ponciroli) - 7/10
32. The Harder They Fall (2021, Jeymes Samuel) - 6/10
33. The Power of the Dog (2021, Jane Campion) - 5/10
34. Desperate Riders (2022, Michael Feifer) - 2/10
35. No Name & Dynamite (2022, Errol Sack) - 2/10
36. Hostile Territory (2022, Brian Presley) - 1/10
37. A Tale of Two Guns (2022, Justin Lee) - 2/10
38. Cody of the Pony Express (1950, Spencer Gordon Bennet) - 3/10
39. Trail of the Rustlers (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 5/10
40. Streets of Ghost Town (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 4/10
41. Lightning Guns (1950, Fred F. Sears) - 5/10
42. Mule Train (1950, John English) - 6/10
43. Hoedown (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 6/10
44. Cow Town (1950, John English) - 6/10
45. Beyond the Purple Hills (1950, John English) - 4/10
46. Indian Territory (1950, John English) - 4/10
47. The Blazing Sun (1950, John English) - 5/10
48. The Daltons' Women (1950, Thomas Carr) - 3/10
49. King of the Bullwhip (1950, Ron Ormond) - 5/10
50. Crooked River (1950, Thomas Carr) - 4/10
51. Colorado Ranger (1950, Thomas Carr) - 4/10
52. Fast on the Draw (1950, Thomas Carr) - 4/10
53. The Texan Meets Calamity Jane (1950, Ande Lamb) - 3/10
54. Bells of Coronado (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
55. Twilight in the Sierras (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
56. Trigger, Jr. (1950, William Witney) - 5/10
57. Sunset in the West (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
58. North of the Great Divide (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
59. Trail of Robin Hood (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
60. Young Daniel Boone (1950, Reginald Le Borg) - 3/10
61. Law of the Panhandle (1950, Lewis D. Collins) - 4/10
62. Outlaw Gold (1950, Wallace Fox) - 4/10
63. I Shot Billy the Kid (1950, William Berke) - 4/10
64. Train to Tombstone (1950, William Berke) - 4/10
65. Gunmen of Abilene (1950, Fred C. Brannon) - 3/10
66. Salt Lake Raiders (1950, Fred C. Brannon) - 4/10
67. Frisco Tornado (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 3/10
68. Rustlers on Horseback (1950, Fred C. Brannon) - 3/10
69. The Vanishing Westerner (1950, Philip Ford) - 4/10
70. The Missourians (1950, George Blair) - 4/10
71. The Fighting Stallion (1950, Robert Emmett Tansey) - 3/10
72. The Arizona Cowboy (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 4/10
73. Hills of Oklahoma (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 4/10
74. The Kid from Gower Gulch (1950, Oliver Drake) - 3/10
75. Snow Dog (1950, Frank McDonald) - 4/10
76. Jiggs and Maggie Out West (1950, William Beaudine) - 3/10
77. The Kangaroo Kid (1950, Lesley Selander) - 4/10
78. Riders of the Range (1950, Lesley Selander) - 5/10
79. Dynamite Pass (1950, Lew Landers) - 4/10
80. Rider from Tucson (1950, Lesley Selander) - 5/10
81. Rio Grande Patrol (1950, Lesley Selander) - 4/10
82. Rio Grande (1950, John Ford) - 6/10
83. The Furies (1950, Anthony Mann) - 6/10
84. The Eagle and the Hawk (1950, Lewis R. Foster) - 5/10
85. Annie Get Your Gun (1950, George Sidney & Busby Berkeley) - 6/10
86. The Baron of Arizona (1950, Samuel Fuller) - 7/10
87. Branded (1950, Rudolph Maté) - 6/10
88. Dallas (1950, Stuart Heisler) - 5/10
89. The Kid from Texas (1950, Kurt Neumann) - 5/10
90. Sierra (1950, Alfred E. Green) - 6/10
91. Kansas Raiders (1950, Ray Enright) - 6/10
92. Fancy Pants (1950, George Marshall) - 6/10
93. Winchester '73 (1950, Anthony Mann) - 8/10
94. Broken Arrow (1950, Delmer Daves) - 7/10
95. The Nevadan (1950, Gordon Douglas) - 6/10
96. Rock Island Trail (1950, Joseph Kane) - 5/10
97. California Passage (1950, Joseph Kane) - 4/10
98. The Capture (1950, John Sturges) - 4/10
99. Singing Guns (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 6/10
100. Dakota Lil (1950, Lesley Selander) - 5/10
101. The Iroquois Trail (1950, Phil Karlson) - 5/10
102. Davy Crockett, Indian Scout (1950, Lew Landers) - 4/10
103. Short Grass (1950, Lesley Selander) - 5/10
104. Stage to Tucson (1950, Ralph Murphy) - 5/10
105. Wagon Master (1950, John Ford) - 9/10
106. Wyoming Mail (1950, Reginald Le Borg) - 5/10
107. Frontier Outpost (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 4/10
108. Sierra Passage (1950, Frank McDonald) - 4/10
109. A Ticket to Tomahawk (1950, Richard Sale) - 6/10
110. The Gunfighter (1950, Henry King) - 8/10
111. Two Flags West (1950, Robert Wise) - 6/10
112. Never a Dull Moment (1950, George Marshall) - 4/10
113. Surrender (1950, Allan Dwan) - 7/10
114. Stars In My Crown (1950, Jacques Tourneur) - 6/10
115. The Outriders (1950, Roy Rowland) - 5/10
116. Saddle Tramp (1950, Hugo Fregonese) - 6/10
117. Frenchie (1950, Louis King) - 6/10
118. The Savage Horde (1950, Joseph Kane) - 4/10
119. Colt .45 (1950, Edwin L. Marin) - 7/10
120. The Cariboo Trail (1950, Edwin L. Marin) - 6/10
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1. Apache Drums (1951, Hugo Fregonese) 6,5/10
2. No Name on the Bullet (1959, Jack Arnold) 7/10
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23 - Bend of the River (1952) - 7.5/10 - Jimmy Stewart is a reformed border raider who is leading a group of farmers to their land in Oregon. They have a number of things to deal with, including raids by Shoshone warriors and a merchant who decides to hold back their winter supplies when prices rise due to a gold strike. It's a pretty solid and film, though not as good as Winchester '73.

24 - Duck, You Sucker (1971) - 7/10 - During the Mexican Revolution, a bandit and an Irish explosives expert team up and end up working with revolutionaries after an attempt to rob a national bank. The first half hour or so of this movie (except for the gross eating scene) was great. Then it got much less interesting.

25 - Dead Man (1995) - 7.5/10 - Johnny Depp stars as an accountant named William Blake who travels from Cleveland for a job in the west, only to find that the job has been filled. After getting shot and then killing the man in return, he finds himself on the run and branded an outlaw with a Native American as a sometimes guide. He finds himself changing the more he is on the run. The movie gets a lot more interesting as it goes along, partly as I adjusted to the slightly off-kilter type of film this is. Blake changes throughout the journey and Depp gives a nice performance, though I think Gary Farmer is even better as Nobody.

26 - Destry Rides Again (1939) - 8/10 -The town of Bottleneck is run by a crooked gambler/saloon owner in conjunction with the corrupt mayor. When a local ranch owner is cheated, the sheriff goes to investigate and isn't seen again. The town drunk is named sheriff and he sends for the son of a famous lawman to serve as his deputy. Jimmy Stewart gives a nice performance as the laid back deputy and Marlene Dietrich has a big role as Frenchy, a popular singer at the saloon. The fight between Dietrich and Una Merkel during the film was very good and the movie as a whole is as well.

These films got me to bronze on the BFI's 100 Westerns list so that's progress.
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1 - Sholay (1975) - 8/10
2 - Return of the Seven (1966) - 5.5/10
3 - Heaven's Gate (1980) - 7/10
4 - The Texas Rangers (1936) - 7/10
5 - Shenandoah (1965) - 7.5/10
6 - Lawman (1971) - 8/10 - #Bonus
7 - The Mississippi Gambler (1953) - 8/10
8 - Singing Guns (1950) - 7.5/10
9 - Stagecoach to Fury (1956) - 5/10
10 - In Old Oklahoma (1943) - 7/10
11 - 3:10 to Yuma (1957) - 8.5/10
12 - Johnny Guitar (1954) - 8/10
13 - Sand (1949) - 6.5/10
14 - Silver Queen (1942) - 6/10
15 - The Iron Horse (1924) - 7.5/10
16 - Forty Guns (1957) - 7/10
17 - Man of the West (1958) - 8/10
18 - Winchester '73 (1950) - 8/10
19 - North West Mounted Police (1940) - 6.5/10
20 - The Great Silence (1968) - 7/10
21 - Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid (1973) - 8/10
22 - Randy Rides Alone (1934) - 6.5/10
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21. Ghost Patrol (Sam Newfield, 1936)
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1. The Gunfight at Dodge City (Joseph M. Newman, 1959)
2. The Quiet Gun (William F. Claxton, 1957)
3. Cuatro dólares de venganza a.k.a. 4 Dollars for Revenge (Jaime Jesús Balcázar, 1966)
4. Jim il primo a.k.a. The Last Gun (Sergio Bergonzelli, 1964)
5. White Feather (Robert D. Webb, 1955)
6. The Proud Ones (Robert D. Webb, 1956)
7. The Keeping Room (Daniel Barber, 2014)
8. Big Jake (John Wayne, George Sherman, 1971)
9. Ned Kelly (Tony Richardson, 1970)
10. Pioneer Woman (Buzz Kulik, 1973)
11. La ballade des Dalton a.k.a. Lucky Luke: Ballad of the Daltons (René Goscinny, Henri Gruel, 1978)
12. Il ritorno di Zanna Bianca a.k.a. Challenge to White Fang (Lucio Fulci, 1974)
13. Yuma (Ted Post, 1971)
14. The Last Hunt (Richard Brooks, 1956)
15. Carson City (André De Toth, 1952)
16. A Dirty Western (Joseph F. Robertson, 1975)
17. The Jade Pendant (Po-Chih Leong, 2017)
18. Fort Massacre (Joseph M. Newman, 1958)
19. Wagon Tracks (Lambert Hillyer, 1919)
20. The Guns of Fort Petticoat (George Marshall, 1957)
21. Ghost Patrol (Sam Newfield, 1936)
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8. Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid (1973) - Sam Peckinpah is now 0/3 for me. After a terrible experience with The Wild Bunch and a negative reaction to Straw Dogs comes this film. I just think I don’t gel with Peckinpah’s rhythms in his filmmaking. In this film I never got a feel for the dramatic rise and fall, either on a scene-by-scene basis or over the course of the movie. It was scene after scene of 1. nothing-nothing-nothing, 2. Hail of bullets shootout 3. Bob Dylan song 4. Repeat. I am not a Dylan fan by any means, so the fact that the soundtrack was by FAR my favorite aspect of the film says a lot.
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2. She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949)
3. Little Big Man (1970)
4. Destry Rides Again (1939)
5. Duel in the Sun (1946)
6. The Gunfighter (1950)
7. 3:10 to Yuma (1957)
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6. Per qualche dollaro in più - For a Few Dollars More (Sergio Leone, 1965) 8.5/10
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1. She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949)
2. The Long Riders (1980)
3. The Professionals (1966)
4. Open Range (2003)
5. The Ballad of Buster Scruggs (2018)
6. The Misfits (1961)
7. Destry Rides Again (1939)
8. The Proposition (2005) - 7/10
This is an Australian western where the Captain captures two members of a notoriously brutal gang - and let's one of them go, with the promise that if he doesn't kill the older brother and leader of the gang, the Captain will hang the younger brother. I liked the pace and western landscape in this, with a difficult dilemma facing the central character. Didn't end up how I expected, and I think the film was better for it.
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9. Forty Guns (1957) - Samuel Fuller delivers a Western that is just as much about institutions as individuals in this film. Family, money, politics, power, they all swirl around in story about a family of gunslingers squaring off against the rich landowner, her band of hired guns, and her brutish brother. Some great standoffs in this one.
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1. The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976)
2. She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949)
3. Little Big Man (1970)
4. Destry Rides Again (1939)
5. Duel in the Sun (1946)
6. The Gunfighter (1950)
7. 3:10 to Yuma (1957)
8. Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid (1973)
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13. Kunikaga Remember Red Banks, Kunikaga Remembers the Welcoming Song (2014) * 9 min.
Wawa (2014) * 6 min.
Jáaji Approx. (2016) * 8 min.
Visions of an Island (2016) * 15 min.
I'll Remember You as You Were, Not as What You'll Become (2016) * 13 min.
Dislocation Blues (2017) * 17 min.
Anti-Objects, or Space Without Path or Boundary (2017) * 13 min.
Fainting Spells (2018) * 11 min.
When You're Lost in the Rain (2018) * 5 min.
14. California Mail (1936) * 56 min.
15. Thunder Mountain (1947) * 60 min.

Experimental filmmaker Sky Hopinka combines recordings of people learning and speaking endangered languages, often although not exclusively indigenous languages (preservation of these languages is one of his other interests) and images of related landscapes and cultural and political events. My favorites were I'll Remember You as You Were, Not as What You'll Become, a tribute to late American Indian poet Diane Burns, and Dislocation Blues, a look at the Standing Rock camp and the attempt to halt the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Singing cowboy Dick Foran enters a stagecoach race to resolve a bid on a mail contract in California Mail, an okay western stolen by his killer horse, Smoke.

Tim Holt returns home to a feud with neighbors in Thunder Mountain, but the real threat is the usual bad guys trying to get his land before he becomes aware of a coming irrigation project. Better than average B western with the usual cast doing better than usual, plus several welcome less familiar faces.
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1. Yellow Sky (1948) * 99 min.
2. Man of the Forest (1933) * 61 min.
3. Indian Agent (1948) * 65 min.
4. Two Mules for Sister Sara (1970) 114 min.
5. Across the Wide Missouri (1951) * 78 min.
6. Wagon Wheels (1934) * 56 min.
7. Girl Rush (1944) * 65 min.
8. Broken Arrow (1950) * 93 min.
9. Colorado Territory (1949) * 95 min.
10. The Outlaw (1943) * 117 min.
11. Roughshod (1949) * 88 min.
12. Land Beyond the Law (1937) * 54 min.
*First time viewing
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27 - The Sun Shines Bright (1953) - 6/10 - John Ford directs this film about a judge in Kentucky who has to deal with an attempted lynching of an innocent boy, the shunning of a woman who returns to town to find out her ancestry, and an election between himself and a Yankee. It had parts that were decent, but overall I thought it was definitely a lesser Ford film.

28 - The Tall T (1957) - 7.5/10 - A former ranch foreman loses his horse in a bet so he hitches a ride on a hired coach that is transporting newlyweds. Outlaws hijack the coach and take the passengers prisoner, figuring to get a ransom for the wife who is from a wealthy family. This is a pretty standard, but enjoyable western.

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1 - Sholay (1975) - 8/10
2 - Return of the Seven (1966) - 5.5/10
3 - Heaven's Gate (1980) - 7/10
4 - The Texas Rangers (1936) - 7/10
5 - Shenandoah (1965) - 7.5/10
6 - Lawman (1971) - 8/10 - #Bonus
7 - The Mississippi Gambler (1953) - 8/10
8 - Singing Guns (1950) - 7.5/10
9 - Stagecoach to Fury (1956) - 5/10
10 - In Old Oklahoma (1943) - 7/10
11 - 3:10 to Yuma (1957) - 8.5/10
12 - Johnny Guitar (1954) - 8/10
13 - Sand (1949) - 6.5/10
14 - Silver Queen (1942) - 6/10
15 - The Iron Horse (1924) - 7.5/10
16 - Forty Guns (1957) - 7/10
17 - Man of the West (1958) - 8/10
18 - Winchester '73 (1950) - 8/10
19 - North West Mounted Police (1940) - 6.5/10
20 - The Great Silence (1968) - 7/10
21 - Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid (1973) - 8/10
22 - Randy Rides Alone (1934) - 6.5/10
23 - Bend of the River (1952) - 7.5/10
24 - Duck, You Sucker (1971) - 7/10
25 - Dead Man (1995) - 7.5/10
26 - Destry Rides Again (1939) - 8/10
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(Screenshots from the two Brazilian highlights of this batch - the harsh outback conditions in the country's northeast examined through romantic flight and chase to uphold honour in the starkly symbolic 'Mandacaru Vermelho' and through the banditry of the Cangaço movement and religious influence over society in the pulpy but pulsing 'Nordeste Sangrento')

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21. Arizona (1940, Wesley Ruggles) - 7.5 or 8/10
22. Marshal of Reno (1944, Wallace Grissell) - 6/10
23. Down Dakota Way (1949, William Witney) - 6.5/10
24. Cavalry Scout (1951, Lesley Selander) - 6/10
25. Only the Valiant (1951, Gordon Douglas) - 7/10
26. The Forty-Niners (1954, Thomas Carr) - 7/10
27. Ghost Town (1956, Allen H. Miner) - 7.5/10
28. Outlaw's Son (1957, Lesley Selander) - 5/10
29. Mandacaru Vermelho / Red Mandacaru (1961, Nelson Pereira dos Santos) - 8 or 8.5/10
30. Nordeste Sangrento / Bloody Northeast (1962, Wilson Silva) - 6 or 6.5/10

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That concludes all the 1950 westerns I've found, which also makes it the year I've seen the most westerns from. Now I'll do the pre-1950 westerns that's surfaced online this past year, and so far I've found over 50 westerns I'd not yet seen! Will be filling in a few gags, especially in Tim McCoy's filmography.


121. Ambush (1950, Sam Wood) - 6/10
--- Indian scout Robert Taylor has to help the US Cavalry to find the general's daughter that's been kidnapped by Indians. It's a beautifully shot film and it tries to go deep when it comes to the characterizations, perhaps a little bit at the expense of the excitement, for it takes a while before thing starts generating a buzz, but the foundation is rock solid, cementing it as a quality western from MGM, a genre they'd mostly ignored up to this point.


122. Devil's Doorway (1950, Anthony Mann) - 7/10
--- Anthony Mann and Robert Taylor gives us a good insight how even the Cavalry loyal Indian was getting screwed by the white grifters of it's time, plotting and creating a narrative the Native American had no chance fighting. Sheer hopelessness, and Mann puts on the grim visuals to throw off a strong impression of the robbery.


123. The Sundowners (1950, George Templeton) - 5/10
--- The Sundowners (1950) is a unique low budget movie shot on location taking advantage of the rugged Texas landscape. Because of it the production is a little rough, especially in the sound department, throwing off vibes of a amateur production. Yet, with the actors chosen and their effort, along with its different vibe this brings, it becomes quite fascinating. Didn't hurt that the delivery felt fairly fresh as the plot kept unveiling itself. But it can also be easy to dismiss it as bad throw-away western if one don't have tolerance for what they did here.


124. The Palomino (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 4/10
--- Not exactly feeling like a major picture, but it takes the old cattle rustling scenario and wraps it in a family friendly package. For the most part coming across like a sightseeing adventure. Cozy, while still bringing the danger elements.


125. Barricade (1950, Peter Godfrey) - 5/10
--- Barricade (1950) is a very nice film visually, but the trapped element of the story doesn't work nearly as well as it's supposed to and therefore a lot of the story becomes underwhelming. Not without merit, though, as the acting is good and it does provide some drama. It just isn't as exciting as it aims to be.


126. High Lonesome (1950, Alan Le May) - 5/10
--- Having made his screen debut in a smaller role in The Sundowners (1959), John Barrymore Jr., aka John Drew Barrymore, gets his first lead role in High Lonesome (1950), in what can be almost be classified as a indie western. While not a polished actor so early in his career, he shows fire in what was not an ordinary western by 1950 standards. There are issues that prevent it from becoming a great one, but honestly it was a lot better than expected, and it's got that unique feel for a western from those days.


127. Montana (1950, Ray Enright & Raoul Walsh) - 5/10
--- Errol Flynn as a sheep man in the wild west, which was almost a deadly sin in those days. Somewhat uninspired from the veteran screen hunk, but it's not like Montana (1950) is without charm. It's just a little bit more mellow than usual.


128. Comanche Territory (1950, George Sherman) - 4/10
--- Maureen O'Hara and Technicolor! One could think that'll be a winning formula. And those were the attractive aspects of Comanche Territory (1950), but they squandered it with a weak story and uninteresting Indian characters, even if the film was pro-Native American.


129. The Showdown (1950, Dorrell McGowan & Stuart E. McGowan) - 5/10
--- Serviceable western with "Wild" Bill Elliott where probable Walter Brennan and Marie Windsor were greater reasons why The Showdown (1950) was good. Does feel like a standard mid-high Republic production, so it lacks an element to truly make it engaging. But i don't want to complain too much, as it's a solid attempt.


130. Rocky Mountain (1950, William Keighley) - 7/10
--- Errol Flynn's final western is one I really liked. Not so much for the action, but with his gentlemanly ways, this becomes a fairly mellow western with enough danger constantly lurking to feel satisfying. One where the mood and setting blends well with the characters and purpose. Simply a well-rounded picture that looks dazzling in it's black and white state.


131. Copper Canyon (1950, John Farrow) - 6/10
--- Can't say Ray Milland is my favorite gunman, but he did a lot better than I expected from him. More than anything this is a Technicolor showcase and pairing him with Hedy Lamarr was a complimentary effect in helping Copper Canyon (1950) become a enjoyable affair. John Farrow really put on a nice polish for this one.


132. Return of the Frontiersman (1950, Richard L. Bare) - 6/10
--- I ended-up liking this one fairly well, even if it started corny with a couple of songs and the chemistry with the leading lady not being the best. Gordon MacRae young charms won me over and old Jack Holt still brought the ruggedness for a nice straight-forward hunt. Nicely shot and the simplicity of the story was a plus in this one.


133. The Return of Jesse James (1950, Arthur Hilton) - 5/10
--- Mostly carried by Ann Dvorak in my opinion. The Jesse James look-a-like plot didn't generate too many thrills for me, but overall it was a okay western, even if they could have made the main gimmick more interesting.

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1. Billy the Kid: Showdown in Lincoln County (2017, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
2. The Last Gunslinger (2017, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
3. Jesse James vs. The Black Train (2018, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
4. The Confederate (2018, Christopher Forbes) - 2/10
5. Sex Terrorists on Wheels (2019, Stefan Ruf) - 1/10
6. Wyatt Earp Shoots First (2019, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
7. A Rebel Born (2019, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
8. Showdown at Shelby's Shack (2019, Scott Hester) - 1/10
9. Calamity, une enfance de Martha Jane Cannary [Calamity, a Childhood of Martha Jane Cannary] (2020, Rémi Chayé) - 5/10
10. Concrete Cowboy (2020, Ricky Staub) - 5/10
11. Magnezja [Magnesium] (2020, Maciej Bochniak) - 4/10
12. A Guide to Gunfighters of the Wild West (2021, Travis Mills) - 2/10
13. Badland Doves (2021, Paul Winters) - 1/10
14. Gunfight at Dry River (2021, Daniel Simpson) - 3/10
15. The Woman Who Robbed the Stagecoach (2021, Travis Mills) - 2/10
16. Last Shoot Out (2021, Michael Feifer) - 1/10
17. Apache Junction (2021, Justin Lee) - 2/10
18. The Pleasant Valley War (2021, Travis Mills) - 1/10
19. Buckskin (2021, Brett Bentman) - 2/10
20. Montford: The Chickasaw Rancher (2021, Nathan Frankowski) - 3/10
21. Death Rider in the House of Vampires (2021, Glenn Danzig) - 1/10
22. Death Alley (2021, Nicholas Barton) - 2/10
23. Skinwalker (2021, Robert Conway) - 1/10
24. Counting Bullets (2021, Travis Mills) - 2/10
25. Righteous Blood (2021, Rene Perez) - 1/10
26. Lost Outlaw (2021, Darrell Mapson) - 2/10
27. Honor Among Thieves (2021, Brett Bentman) - 1/10
28. Catch the Bullet (2021, Michael Feifer) - 2/10
29. Ghosts of the Ozarks (2021, Matt Glass & Jordan Wayne Long) - 3/10
30. The Last Son (2021, Tim Sutton) - 2/10
31. Old Henry (2021, Potsy Ponciroli) - 7/10
32. The Harder They Fall (2021, Jeymes Samuel) - 6/10
33. The Power of the Dog (2021, Jane Campion) - 5/10
34. Desperate Riders (2022, Michael Feifer) - 2/10
35. No Name & Dynamite (2022, Errol Sack) - 2/10
36. Hostile Territory (2022, Brian Presley) - 1/10
37. A Tale of Two Guns (2022, Justin Lee) - 2/10
38. Cody of the Pony Express (1950, Spencer Gordon Bennet) - 3/10
39. Trail of the Rustlers (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 5/10
40. Streets of Ghost Town (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 4/10
41. Lightning Guns (1950, Fred F. Sears) - 5/10
42. Mule Train (1950, John English) - 6/10
43. Hoedown (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 6/10
44. Cow Town (1950, John English) - 6/10
45. Beyond the Purple Hills (1950, John English) - 4/10
46. Indian Territory (1950, John English) - 4/10
47. The Blazing Sun (1950, John English) - 5/10
48. The Daltons' Women (1950, Thomas Carr) - 3/10
49. King of the Bullwhip (1950, Ron Ormond) - 5/10
50. Crooked River (1950, Thomas Carr) - 4/10
51. Colorado Ranger (1950, Thomas Carr) - 4/10
52. Fast on the Draw (1950, Thomas Carr) - 4/10
53. The Texan Meets Calamity Jane (1950, Ande Lamb) - 3/10
54. Bells of Coronado (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
55. Twilight in the Sierras (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
56. Trigger, Jr. (1950, William Witney) - 5/10
57. Sunset in the West (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
58. North of the Great Divide (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
59. Trail of Robin Hood (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
60. Young Daniel Boone (1950, Reginald Le Borg) - 3/10
61. Law of the Panhandle (1950, Lewis D. Collins) - 4/10
62. Outlaw Gold (1950, Wallace Fox) - 4/10
63. I Shot Billy the Kid (1950, William Berke) - 4/10
64. Train to Tombstone (1950, William Berke) - 4/10
65. Gunmen of Abilene (1950, Fred C. Brannon) - 3/10
66. Salt Lake Raiders (1950, Fred C. Brannon) - 4/10
67. Frisco Tornado (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 3/10
68. Rustlers on Horseback (1950, Fred C. Brannon) - 3/10
69. The Vanishing Westerner (1950, Philip Ford) - 4/10
70. The Missourians (1950, George Blair) - 4/10
71. The Fighting Stallion (1950, Robert Emmett Tansey) - 3/10
72. The Arizona Cowboy (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 4/10
73. Hills of Oklahoma (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 4/10
74. The Kid from Gower Gulch (1950, Oliver Drake) - 3/10
75. Snow Dog (1950, Frank McDonald) - 4/10
76. Jiggs and Maggie Out West (1950, William Beaudine) - 3/10
77. The Kangaroo Kid (1950, Lesley Selander) - 4/10
78. Riders of the Range (1950, Lesley Selander) - 5/10
79. Dynamite Pass (1950, Lew Landers) - 4/10
80. Rider from Tucson (1950, Lesley Selander) - 5/10
81. Rio Grande Patrol (1950, Lesley Selander) - 4/10
82. Rio Grande (1950, John Ford) - 6/10
83. The Furies (1950, Anthony Mann) - 6/10
84. The Eagle and the Hawk (1950, Lewis R. Foster) - 5/10
85. Annie Get Your Gun (1950, George Sidney & Busby Berkeley) - 6/10
86. The Baron of Arizona (1950, Samuel Fuller) - 7/10
87. Branded (1950, Rudolph Maté) - 6/10
88. Dallas (1950, Stuart Heisler) - 5/10
89. The Kid from Texas (1950, Kurt Neumann) - 5/10
90. Sierra (1950, Alfred E. Green) - 6/10
91. Kansas Raiders (1950, Ray Enright) - 6/10
92. Fancy Pants (1950, George Marshall) - 6/10
93. Winchester '73 (1950, Anthony Mann) - 8/10
94. Broken Arrow (1950, Delmer Daves) - 7/10
95. The Nevadan (1950, Gordon Douglas) - 6/10
96. Rock Island Trail (1950, Joseph Kane) - 5/10
97. California Passage (1950, Joseph Kane) - 4/10
98. The Capture (1950, John Sturges) - 4/10
99. Singing Guns (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 6/10
100. Dakota Lil (1950, Lesley Selander) - 5/10
101. The Iroquois Trail (1950, Phil Karlson) - 5/10
102. Davy Crockett, Indian Scout (1950, Lew Landers) - 4/10
103. Short Grass (1950, Lesley Selander) - 5/10
104. Stage to Tucson (1950, Ralph Murphy) - 5/10
105. Wagon Master (1950, John Ford) - 9/10
106. Wyoming Mail (1950, Reginald Le Borg) - 5/10
107. Frontier Outpost (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 4/10
108. Sierra Passage (1950, Frank McDonald) - 4/10
109. A Ticket to Tomahawk (1950, Richard Sale) - 6/10
110. The Gunfighter (1950, Henry King) - 8/10
111. Two Flags West (1950, Robert Wise) - 6/10
112. Never a Dull Moment (1950, George Marshall) - 4/10
113. Surrender (1950, Allan Dwan) - 7/10
114. Stars In My Crown (1950, Jacques Tourneur) - 6/10
115. The Outriders (1950, Roy Rowland) - 5/10
116. Saddle Tramp (1950, Hugo Fregonese) - 6/10
117. Frenchie (1950, Louis King) - 6/10
118. The Savage Horde (1950, Joseph Kane) - 4/10
119. Colt .45 (1950, Edwin L. Marin) - 7/10
120. The Cariboo Trail (1950, Edwin L. Marin) - 6/10
121. Ambush (1950, Sam Wood) - 6/10
122. Devil's Doorway (1950, Anthony Mann) - 7/10
123. The Sundowners (1950, George Templeton) - 5/10
124. The Palomino (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 4/10
125. Barricade (1950, Peter Godfrey) - 5/10
126. High Lonesome (1950, Alan Le May) - 5/10
127. Montana (1950, Ray Enright & Raoul Walsh) - 5/10
128. Comanche Territory (1950, George Sherman) - 4/10
129. The Showdown (1950, Dorrell McGowan & Stuart E. McGowan) - 5/10
130. Rocky Mountain (1950, William Keighley) - 7/10
131. Copper Canyon (1950, John Farrow) - 6/10
132. Return of the Frontiersman (1950, Richard L. Bare) - 6/10
133. The Return of Jesse James (1950, Arthur Hilton) - 5/10
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22. West of Hell (Michael Steves, 2018)

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23. The Spikes Gang (Richard Fleischer, 1974)
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1. The Gunfight at Dodge City (Joseph M. Newman, 1959)
2. The Quiet Gun (William F. Claxton, 1957)
3. Cuatro dólares de venganza a.k.a. 4 Dollars for Revenge (Jaime Jesús Balcázar, 1966)
4. Jim il primo a.k.a. The Last Gun (Sergio Bergonzelli, 1964)
5. White Feather (Robert D. Webb, 1955)
6. The Proud Ones (Robert D. Webb, 1956)
7. The Keeping Room (Daniel Barber, 2014)
8. Big Jake (John Wayne, George Sherman, 1971)
9. Ned Kelly (Tony Richardson, 1970)
10. Pioneer Woman (Buzz Kulik, 1973)
11. La ballade des Dalton a.k.a. Lucky Luke: Ballad of the Daltons (René Goscinny, Henri Gruel, 1978)
12. Il ritorno di Zanna Bianca a.k.a. Challenge to White Fang (Lucio Fulci, 1974)
13. Yuma (Ted Post, 1971)
14. The Last Hunt (Richard Brooks, 1956)
15. Carson City (André De Toth, 1952)
16. A Dirty Western (Joseph F. Robertson, 1975)
17. The Jade Pendant (Po-Chih Leong, 2017)
18. Fort Massacre (Joseph M. Newman, 1958)
19. Wagon Tracks (Lambert Hillyer, 1919)
20. The Guns of Fort Petticoat (George Marshall, 1957)
21. Ghost Patrol (Sam Newfield, 1936)
22. West of Hell (Michael Steves, 2018)
23. The Spikes Gang (Richard Fleischer, 1974)
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16. Escape from Fort Bravo (1953) * 99 min.
Beautifully filmed with beautiful scenery in Death Valley, but the story of Confederate prisoners trying to escape from an isolated desert fort in the Arizona Territory while surrounded by Mescalero Apaches didn't really make sense to me. Very nice supporting performance by William Demarest as a Confederate sergeant with a questionable accent (maybe New Orleans-why not?).
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1. Yellow Sky (1948) * 99 min.
2. Man of the Forest (1933) * 61 min.
3. Indian Agent (1948) * 65 min.
4. Two Mules for Sister Sara (1970) 114 min.
5. Across the Wide Missouri (1951) * 78 min.
6. Wagon Wheels (1934) * 56 min.
7. Girl Rush (1944) * 65 min.
8. Broken Arrow (1950) * 93 min.
9. Colorado Territory (1949) * 95 min.
10. The Outlaw (1943) * 117 min.
11. Roughshod (1949) * 88 min.
12. Land Beyond the Law (1937) * 54 min.
13. Kunikaga Remember Red Banks, Kunikaga Remembers the Welcoming Song (2014) * 9 min.
Wawa (2014) * 6 min.
Jáaji Approx. (2016) * 8 min.
Visions of an Island (2016) * 15 min.
I'll Remember You as You Were, Not as What You'll Become (2016) * 13 min.
Dislocation Blues (2017) * 17 min.
Anti-Objects, or Space Without Path or Boundary (2017) * 13 min.
Fainting Spells (2018) * 11 min.
When You're Lost in the Rain (2018) * 5 min.
14. California Mail (1936) * 56 min.
15. Thunder Mountain (1947) * 60 min.
*First time viewing
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13. Lust for Gold (S. Sylvan Simon & George Marshall, 1949) 8/10
14. Tension at Table Rock (Charles Marquis Warren, 1956) 7.5/10

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1. Llanto por un bandido (Weeping for a Bandit, Carlos Saura, 1964) 8/10
2. Savage Pampas/Pampa salvaje (Hugo Fregonese, 1965) 7.5/10
3. ¿Quién grita venganza? (Dead Men Don't Count!, Rafael Romero Marchent, 1968) 7.5/10
4. Quelé do Pajeú (Fury of the Avenger, Anselmo Duarte, 1970) 9/10
5. Wolf Song (Victor Fleming, 1929) 8/10
6. The Texan (John Cromwell, 1930) 7.5/10
7. Rangle River (Clarence G. Badger, 1936) 8/10
8. Fangs of the Wild (William F. Claxton, 1954) 7/10
9. Six Black Horses (Harry Keller, 1962) 7.5/10
10. True History of the Kelly Gang (Justin Kurzel, 2019) 6.5/10
11. The Peacemaker (Ted Post, 1956) 7.5/10
12. Heaven with a Gun (Lee H. Katzin, 1969) 7.5/10
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134. The Indians Are Coming (1930, Henry MacRae) - 4/10
--- The Indians Are Coming (1930) is a early sound serial with over 3 1/2 hrs of western action starring Tim McCoy. And while it's got a lot of quirks, there are ambitious shots and ideas put into this production. That doesn't mean everything is good, but they try to hook you with a good first episode, even if the quality of the rest varies greatly.


135. Beau Bandit (1930, Lambert Hillyer) - 3/10
--- As it's a early talkie western, it really is a talking western, with Rod La Rocque bursting out one cringy line after the other. Becomes humorous because of it, but it's not good. At least not from a writing perspective. One can cut it some slack with the rest, but anything that tries to add comedy as far as dialogue goes was terrible. And that goes double for James Donlan act as comic relief!


136. Headin' North (1930, John P. McCarthy) - 3/10
--- A fairly routine cheap western starring Bob Steele. Funny that they go into show business when in hiding, but other than that it doesn't do anything special. As a trivia it does feature Barbara Luddy in a rare leading role. She's best know for her voice acting for Disney, like voicing Kanga in Winnie the Pooh films. Co-incidentally Headin' North (1930) was her first screen speaking gig.


137. Twisted Trails (1916, Tom Mix) - 4/10
--- Early long-form western with and from Tom Mix. I never quite understood why Mix became such a big star during the early years of cinema. From the films I've seen of him little stands-out about him on screen. This was before close-up and that kind of details became normal, especially in westerns, and unlike William S. Hart who had a lot of screen personality, Mix had none. There are some personality here from the supporting cast, which is why this was better then your average outing from the cowboy hero, but none of it is from Tom Mix himself. Where he comes in, it's mainly the action scenes. He could bring the energy for those, and does so here too.


138. Code of Honor (1930, J.P. McGowan) - 3/10
--- Mahlon Hamilton is not an actor that's known today, but he was a leading man in dramatic silents. By the time sound came in he was relegated to uncredited bit parts. And even if his worked in sound films for 20 years, the western Code of Honor (1930) was his only lead role during the sound era and it was quickly downhill from there. He wasn't bad in this role, but as a stage actor he was probable too traditional in his acting style to pull off being a cowboy hero. And with J.P. McGowan handing the directing, that sort of guaranteed that it wasn't going to be anything spectacular. It's a very traditional western with a hero that wasn't totally believable in that kind of environment.


139. South of the Rio Grande (1932, Lambert Hillyer) - 4/10
--- Might not be anything unique about South of the Rio Grande (1932) except Buck Jones playing a Mexican character, but it is a solid little western with Mona Maris being a scheming femme fatal. This one is more on the drama than the action, but it's all pretty straight forward for a alright hour of Mexican soap opera.


140. Cornered (1932, B. Reeves Eason) - 4/10
--- Tim McCoy westerns always had a cheap look to them, but they were often helped by strong bad guy characters, and that's certainly the trick in Cornered (1932) with Noah Beery playing a crazy heavy! The scenes with between them were pretty good, and the final shootout was shot in a unique way for a B-western at the time, panning-out for a long distant view of their clash. So this one definitely had its moments.


141. End of the Trail (1932, D. Ross Lederman) - 4/10
--- A lot of the dialogue scenes were bad. Lafe McKee was really hamming it up, but I will never stop loving the old man. The romance stuff was also cringe worthy. But this one packs in a lot of action, and tries to deliver a roller coaster of emotions, as Indian friendly army man Tim McCoy without prevail tries to keep peace between the races. They tried at least to be ambitious with this cheap western, but it was also a roller coaster ride as far as quality goes.

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1. Billy the Kid: Showdown in Lincoln County (2017, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
2. The Last Gunslinger (2017, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
3. Jesse James vs. The Black Train (2018, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
4. The Confederate (2018, Christopher Forbes) - 2/10
5. Sex Terrorists on Wheels (2019, Stefan Ruf) - 1/10
6. Wyatt Earp Shoots First (2019, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
7. A Rebel Born (2019, Christopher Forbes) - 1/10
8. Showdown at Shelby's Shack (2019, Scott Hester) - 1/10
9. Calamity, une enfance de Martha Jane Cannary [Calamity, a Childhood of Martha Jane Cannary] (2020, Rémi Chayé) - 5/10
10. Concrete Cowboy (2020, Ricky Staub) - 5/10
11. Magnezja [Magnesium] (2020, Maciej Bochniak) - 4/10
12. A Guide to Gunfighters of the Wild West (2021, Travis Mills) - 2/10
13. Badland Doves (2021, Paul Winters) - 1/10
14. Gunfight at Dry River (2021, Daniel Simpson) - 3/10
15. The Woman Who Robbed the Stagecoach (2021, Travis Mills) - 2/10
16. Last Shoot Out (2021, Michael Feifer) - 1/10
17. Apache Junction (2021, Justin Lee) - 2/10
18. The Pleasant Valley War (2021, Travis Mills) - 1/10
19. Buckskin (2021, Brett Bentman) - 2/10
20. Montford: The Chickasaw Rancher (2021, Nathan Frankowski) - 3/10
21. Death Rider in the House of Vampires (2021, Glenn Danzig) - 1/10
22. Death Alley (2021, Nicholas Barton) - 2/10
23. Skinwalker (2021, Robert Conway) - 1/10
24. Counting Bullets (2021, Travis Mills) - 2/10
25. Righteous Blood (2021, Rene Perez) - 1/10
26. Lost Outlaw (2021, Darrell Mapson) - 2/10
27. Honor Among Thieves (2021, Brett Bentman) - 1/10
28. Catch the Bullet (2021, Michael Feifer) - 2/10
29. Ghosts of the Ozarks (2021, Matt Glass & Jordan Wayne Long) - 3/10
30. The Last Son (2021, Tim Sutton) - 2/10
31. Old Henry (2021, Potsy Ponciroli) - 7/10
32. The Harder They Fall (2021, Jeymes Samuel) - 6/10
33. The Power of the Dog (2021, Jane Campion) - 5/10
34. Desperate Riders (2022, Michael Feifer) - 2/10
35. No Name & Dynamite (2022, Errol Sack) - 2/10
36. Hostile Territory (2022, Brian Presley) - 1/10
37. A Tale of Two Guns (2022, Justin Lee) - 2/10
38. Cody of the Pony Express (1950, Spencer Gordon Bennet) - 3/10
39. Trail of the Rustlers (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 5/10
40. Streets of Ghost Town (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 4/10
41. Lightning Guns (1950, Fred F. Sears) - 5/10
42. Mule Train (1950, John English) - 6/10
43. Hoedown (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 6/10
44. Cow Town (1950, John English) - 6/10
45. Beyond the Purple Hills (1950, John English) - 4/10
46. Indian Territory (1950, John English) - 4/10
47. The Blazing Sun (1950, John English) - 5/10
48. The Daltons' Women (1950, Thomas Carr) - 3/10
49. King of the Bullwhip (1950, Ron Ormond) - 5/10
50. Crooked River (1950, Thomas Carr) - 4/10
51. Colorado Ranger (1950, Thomas Carr) - 4/10
52. Fast on the Draw (1950, Thomas Carr) - 4/10
53. The Texan Meets Calamity Jane (1950, Ande Lamb) - 3/10
54. Bells of Coronado (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
55. Twilight in the Sierras (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
56. Trigger, Jr. (1950, William Witney) - 5/10
57. Sunset in the West (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
58. North of the Great Divide (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
59. Trail of Robin Hood (1950, William Witney) - 4/10
60. Young Daniel Boone (1950, Reginald Le Borg) - 3/10
61. Law of the Panhandle (1950, Lewis D. Collins) - 4/10
62. Outlaw Gold (1950, Wallace Fox) - 4/10
63. I Shot Billy the Kid (1950, William Berke) - 4/10
64. Train to Tombstone (1950, William Berke) - 4/10
65. Gunmen of Abilene (1950, Fred C. Brannon) - 3/10
66. Salt Lake Raiders (1950, Fred C. Brannon) - 4/10
67. Frisco Tornado (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 3/10
68. Rustlers on Horseback (1950, Fred C. Brannon) - 3/10
69. The Vanishing Westerner (1950, Philip Ford) - 4/10
70. The Missourians (1950, George Blair) - 4/10
71. The Fighting Stallion (1950, Robert Emmett Tansey) - 3/10
72. The Arizona Cowboy (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 4/10
73. Hills of Oklahoma (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 4/10
74. The Kid from Gower Gulch (1950, Oliver Drake) - 3/10
75. Snow Dog (1950, Frank McDonald) - 4/10
76. Jiggs and Maggie Out West (1950, William Beaudine) - 3/10
77. The Kangaroo Kid (1950, Lesley Selander) - 4/10
78. Riders of the Range (1950, Lesley Selander) - 5/10
79. Dynamite Pass (1950, Lew Landers) - 4/10
80. Rider from Tucson (1950, Lesley Selander) - 5/10
81. Rio Grande Patrol (1950, Lesley Selander) - 4/10
82. Rio Grande (1950, John Ford) - 6/10
83. The Furies (1950, Anthony Mann) - 6/10
84. The Eagle and the Hawk (1950, Lewis R. Foster) - 5/10
85. Annie Get Your Gun (1950, George Sidney & Busby Berkeley) - 6/10
86. The Baron of Arizona (1950, Samuel Fuller) - 7/10
87. Branded (1950, Rudolph Maté) - 6/10
88. Dallas (1950, Stuart Heisler) - 5/10
89. The Kid from Texas (1950, Kurt Neumann) - 5/10
90. Sierra (1950, Alfred E. Green) - 6/10
91. Kansas Raiders (1950, Ray Enright) - 6/10
92. Fancy Pants (1950, George Marshall) - 6/10
93. Winchester '73 (1950, Anthony Mann) - 8/10
94. Broken Arrow (1950, Delmer Daves) - 7/10
95. The Nevadan (1950, Gordon Douglas) - 6/10
96. Rock Island Trail (1950, Joseph Kane) - 5/10
97. California Passage (1950, Joseph Kane) - 4/10
98. The Capture (1950, John Sturges) - 4/10
99. Singing Guns (1950, R.G. Springsteen) - 6/10
100. Dakota Lil (1950, Lesley Selander) - 5/10
101. The Iroquois Trail (1950, Phil Karlson) - 5/10
102. Davy Crockett, Indian Scout (1950, Lew Landers) - 4/10
103. Short Grass (1950, Lesley Selander) - 5/10
104. Stage to Tucson (1950, Ralph Murphy) - 5/10
105. Wagon Master (1950, John Ford) - 9/10
106. Wyoming Mail (1950, Reginald Le Borg) - 5/10
107. Frontier Outpost (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 4/10
108. Sierra Passage (1950, Frank McDonald) - 4/10
109. A Ticket to Tomahawk (1950, Richard Sale) - 6/10
110. The Gunfighter (1950, Henry King) - 8/10
111. Two Flags West (1950, Robert Wise) - 6/10
112. Never a Dull Moment (1950, George Marshall) - 4/10
113. Surrender (1950, Allan Dwan) - 7/10
114. Stars In My Crown (1950, Jacques Tourneur) - 6/10
115. The Outriders (1950, Roy Rowland) - 5/10
116. Saddle Tramp (1950, Hugo Fregonese) - 6/10
117. Frenchie (1950, Louis King) - 6/10
118. The Savage Horde (1950, Joseph Kane) - 4/10
119. Colt .45 (1950, Edwin L. Marin) - 7/10
120. The Cariboo Trail (1950, Edwin L. Marin) - 6/10
121. Ambush (1950, Sam Wood) - 6/10
122. Devil's Doorway (1950, Anthony Mann) - 7/10
123. The Sundowners (1950, George Templeton) - 5/10
124. The Palomino (1950, Ray Nazarro) - 4/10
125. Barricade (1950, Peter Godfrey) - 5/10
126. High Lonesome (1950, Alan Le May) - 5/10
127. Montana (1950, Ray Enright & Raoul Walsh) - 5/10
128. Comanche Territory (1950, George Sherman) - 4/10
129. The Showdown (1950, Dorrell McGowan & Stuart E. McGowan) - 5/10
130. Rocky Mountain (1950, William Keighley) - 7/10
131. Copper Canyon (1950, John Farrow) - 6/10
132. Return of the Frontiersman (1950, Richard L. Bare) - 6/10
133. The Return of Jesse James (1950, Arthur Hilton) - 5/10
134. The Indians Are Coming (1930, Henry MacRae) - 4/10
135. Beau Bandit (1930, Lambert Hillyer) - 3/10
136. Headin' North (1930, John P. McCarthy) - 3/10
137. Twisted Trails (1916, Tom Mix) - 4/10
138. Code of Honor (1930, J.P. McGowan) - 3/10
139. South of the Rio Grande (1932, Lambert Hillyer) - 4/10
140. Cornered (1932, B. Reeves Eason) - 4/10
141. End of the Trail (1932, D. Ross Lederman) - 4/10
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8. Cimarron (1931) 5
the setting sun....
1. The Deadly Companions (1961) 6
2. Lawman (1971) 7
3. Deus e o Diabo Terra do Sol (1964) Black God, White Devil 7
4. I Shot Jesses James (1949) 7
5. The Baron of Arizona (1950) 7
6. Antonio das Mortes (1969) 7
7. Forty Guns (1957) 7
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