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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Day of the Outlaw

    Arguably Andre de Toth's greatest film, this 1959 western combines a hostage situation with a bleak, snowbound terrain to produce a gripping vision of hopeless entrapment. more...
  • Duck, You Sucker! (PG)

    Sergio Leone's elliptical style and good performances from Rod Steiger and James Coburn combine to produce a vastly entertaining film (1971), also known as A Fistful of Dynamite, about the aftermath of the Mexican revolution. more...
  • El Dorado

    This late masterpiece (1966) by Howard Hawks is a virtual remake of Rio Bravo, just as Rio Bravo was a virtual remake of To Have and Have Not—only Hawks could make three great, and very different, films from one screenplay. more...
  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (R)

    Sergio Leone's comic, cynical, inexplicably moving epic spaghetti western (1966), in which all human motivation has been reduced to greed—it's just a matter of degree between the Good (Clint Eastwood), the Bad (Lee Van Cleef), and the Ugly (Eli Wallach). more...
  • Gunman's Walk

    Phil Karlson (The Phenix City Story, Kansas City Confidential) directed this thematically complex Western, about a racist, belligerent cowboy (Tab Hunter) and his tumultuous relationship with his enabling father (Van Heflin). more...
  • Johnny Guitar

    Nicholas Ray's great sur-western (1954), in which, as Francois Truffaut put it, the cowboys circle and die like ballerinas. more...
  • Let the Bullets Fly (NR)

    This period action comedy by Jiang Wen (Devils on the Doorstep) is great fun in the Shakespearean tradition, stuffed with lively characters, dramatic stand-offs, and stolen-identity subplots. more...