RANKING OF THE BEST WESTERN MOVIES OF ALL TIME
1 – the good, the bad and the ugly (1967 – Italy): directed by Sergio Leone. Carroll composed by Clint Eastwood, Eli Wallach, Lee Van Cleef Aldo Giuffrè, Rada Rassimov, Enzo Petito Claudio Scarchilli, Luigi Pistilli, and John Bartha. To find a hidden treasure three men, without any mutual confidence, make company during the American civil war.
"When a man with a gun meets a man with rifle, one with the pistol is a dead man."
2 – the seven Assassins (1956 – USA): directed by Budd Boetticher. Cast formed by Randolph Scott, Gail Russell, Lee Marvin, Walter Reed, John Larch. A former Sheriff tries seven men killed his wife during a robbery.
3 – the Hellfire Challenge (1946-USA): directed by John Ford. Cast formed by Henry Fonda, Linda Darnell, Victore Mature, Walter Brennan. Wyatt Earp becomes Sheriff to find the killers of his two brothers, aided by the third brother and former Surgeon Doc Holliday and will clash with the Clanton gang.
"You talk too much, Sheriff, instead of your gun that is always shut up"
4 – the searchers (1956 – USA): directed by John Ford. The cast consisted of John Wayne, Jeffrey Hunter, Natalie Wood, Vera Miles, Dorothy Jordan. After the civil war, Ethan comes home and takes part in a joke against a band of Indians. His brother's family was killed except the granddaughter who is kidnapped by Indians. Ethan begins a decade-long search. "I think a man must make an oath at a time. I have done my the Confederate States of America. "
5 – Red Crow won't my scalp! (1972 – USA): directed by Sydney Pollack. Cast formed by Robert Redford, Will Geer, Allyn Ann McLerie, Of Bolton. Jeremiah Johnson retires Rocky Mountains, married the daughter of an Indian and adopts an orphan. Crows kill both and he begins his battle with this tribe.
"The heart of a young woman is the hardest stone that the good God have created on this Earth: you can't make a sign above!"
6 – high noon (1952 – USA): directed by Fred Zinneman. Cast consisting of Gary Cooper, Grace Kelly, Lloyd Bridges, Thomas Mitchell. A sheriff and marries resigns, but still has a pending account with four bandits who decides to tackle.
"What a beautiful life! You risk your skin to apprehend murderers, jurors send them acquitted, those add up and make you the feast. You are honest, remains poor throughout his life, and finish to die murdered like a dog at a street corner. And why? Not at all, for a badge. "
7 – train robbery (1903 – USA): directed by Edwin s. Porter. Cast formed by a. c. Abadie, Gilbert m. "Broncho Billy" Anderson, George Barnes, Justus d. Barnes, Walter Cameron, John Magnus Dougherty Sr, Donald Gallaher. Film based on a true incident reports, the assault at a postal train.
8 – the man who shot Liberty Valance (1961 – USA): directed by John Ford. The cast consisted of John Wayne, James Stewart, Lee Marvin, Vera Miles, Edmond O'Brien. Senator Stoddard at the funeral of Tom tells reporters their friendship and the struggle against the outlaw Liberty Valance.
"Go looking for trouble, Doniphon?" "And you want to maybe help me find some?"
9 – Unforgiven (1992 – USA): directed by Clint Eastwood. Cast formed by Clint Eastwood, Gene Hackman, Morgan Freeman, and Richard Harris. A group of prostitutes promises one thousand dollars to whoever finds one that has scarred their friend. Leave a former Bandit and murderer, a black friend and the young broker, but the Sheriff wants to make his own way. "It's a big thing to kill a man: the levi everything I have, and everything I hoped to have."
10 – Stagecoach (1939 – USA): directed by John Ford. The cast consisted of John Wayne, Claire Trevor, John Carradine, Thomas Mitchell. A stagecoach with seven passengers to go road forks through the territory occupied by Geronimo's Apaches. On the way up Ringo, wanted for a crime not committed, which deal with the brothers dorvà Plummer, true crime officers. "There are times in a man's life where you can't escape."
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