My Favorite Westerns

A Celebration of Western Movies … Pardner!

Howdy Folks … I finally got hold of a great Tech person at WordPress (who identified himself as Charlie C. Thanks Charlie!). Charlie reinstalled my old WordPress Theme called Bueno – then made some adjustments that enlarge the images. Things are still not perfect because Bueno is an outdated Theme, I don’t believe it’s even offered by …

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“The Western is a man`s world and I love it.” – Glenn Ford

Rick, if you thot Les Petroleuses / 1971 was “interesting”, then you might wanna look at this … Bandidas / 2006 It’s almost a copy the Les Petroleuses, but replaces Bardot and Cardinale with Salma Hayek and Penelope Cruz. ______________________________________________ When in doubt … make lottsa posters. Not sure about the plot (if there is one), but the …

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Claudia at the Top These aren’t the only posters that were made for Once Upon a Time in the West. This batch seems to promote Claudia … and as you see she gets Top Bill on most of them. _______________________________ That other Western Claudia did? (Rick was asking) Les Petroleuses / 1971 Starring Brigitte Bardot …

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” … Without love, without a cause, we are… *nothing*! We stay because we believe. We leave because we are disillusioned. We come back because we are lost. We die because we are committed …” – Jack Palance as Jesus Raza Jack Palance Westerns  Shane 1953 / Arrowhead 1953 / The Lonely Man 1957 / The Professionals 1966 …

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Marvin Western Filmography 6 The Comancheros (1961). Marvin Western Filmography 6 The Comancheros (1961) 9MAY Lee Marvin / John Wayne  Lee makes it to the Top of the Mountain – A Western with John Wayne The Comancheros banner The Comancheros – posters … But he’s still 5th on the Bill The Comancheros Trailer A Western actor’s …

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Lee Marvin / John Wayne  Lee makes it to the Top of the Mountain – A Western with John Wayne … But he’s still 5th on the Bill The Comancheros Trailer

Lee Marvin and Jeff Chandler  Marvin … 5th on the Bill

Lee Marvin and Randolph Scott DVD Talk – Partial Review / Review by Stuart Galbraith IV | posted August 24, 2005 http://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/17309/stranger-wore-a-gun-the/ The Stranger Wore a Gun is a muddled mess made palatable by Scott’s likeable hero, a strong supporting cast, and the novelty of 3-D at its most nakedly exploitive.

Lee Marvin and Randolph Scott  Lee moves up to 3rd on the Bill … Warning: Huge Spoiler below …  …  Lee gets killed … 

Lee Marvin and Van Heflin  Lee moves up to 4th on the Bill … a change of plans … One Line Reviews: Iain Stott http://1linereview.blogspot.ca/2009/03/raid-1954.html The Raid (1954) Recommended USA Feature Film Director: Hugo Fregonese Writers: Sydney Boehm, Francis Cockrell, Herbert Ravenal Sass Cinematographer: Lucien Ballard Composer: Roy Webb Cast: Van Heflin, Anne Bancroft, Richard Boone, …

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Pretty lousy posters … Marvin molesting … what? again? MFW: about the only thing I liked about Gun Fury was that is was filmed around Sedona, Arizona – one of my favorite places on the planet.  

Trailer: Lee is 5th on the Bill

Monte-Walsh Theme – Mama Cass / John Barry “Nobody gets to be a cowboy forever.” – Jack Palance Monte Walsh … a real maverick MFW: Monte Walsh seemed to get decent promotion – lots of excellent posters –  and boasts a stellar cast … yet somehow seemed to slip under the fence. But I believe …

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Lee Marvin … Wandering Star  Bad Guys of Western Film … cont’d … “I’ve had the simple pleasure of being present when the sun was shining and the rain was falling. I’ve had mine, and nobody can take it away from me.”

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