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  • Angel in Exile

    Allan Dwan and Philip Ford codirected this 1948 western, also known as Dark Violence (as it was titled in a much shorter reissue version), about an ex-con (John Carroll) who, en route to recovering some hidden loot from a mine shaft, hoodwinks some Mexican villagers into regarding him as a religious figure. more...
  • Bend of the River

    A sensational Anthony Mann western (1952), also known as Where the River Bends, starring James Stewart and Arthur Kennedy as rough-and-tumble men in Oregon in the 1840s. more...
  • The Big Trail (NR)

    A large-scale 1930 Fox western originally shot in a 70-millimeter wide-screen format known as the "Grandeur" process. more...
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  • Blackthorn (R)

    Sam Shepard stars as an aging Butch Cassidy, who has survived the gun battle with the Bolivian military that supposedly killed him and the Sundance Kid in 1908. more...
  • Blazing Saddles (R)

    With this 1974 western spoof, Mel Brooks abandoned the sweetly sentimental tone of his first two movies, The Producers and The Twelve Chairs, for the manic vulgarity that would become his cinematic calling card. more...
  • Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (PG)

    George Roy Hill's 1969 film moves with steady, stupid grace from oozy sentimentality to nihilistic violence; you have to admire the craft and assurance of the thing even as its artificiality hits you in the face. more...
  • Canyon Passage (NR)

    After making his name with Val Lewton's horror unit at RKO, director Jacques Tourneur moved up to more prestigious projects with this 1946 Technicolor western, produced by Walter Wanger for Universal. more...
  • Casa de Mi Padre (R)

    Will Ferrell and his longtime producer Adam McKay (Anchorman, Talladega Nights) go south of the border for this mock spaghetti western, which is spoken in Spanish and subtitled. more...
  • Crossfire (NR)

    An anti-Semitic war veteran (Robert Ryan) goes on a murderous rampage. more...
  • Cut-Throats Nine

    Joaquin Luis Romeo Marchent's 1972 horror western, released in Spain as Condenados de Vivir but also known as Bronson's Revenge. more...