The greatest western ever made

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    "The Outlaw Josy Wales" has to be one of my favs.

    And anything with Steve McQueen. Good or bad.
     
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    High Noon and The Treasure of the Sierra Madre.
     
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    "Shane" would be my choice. It works on so many levels. I also liked "High Noon". And "Cat Ballou" but only because of drunken Lee Marvin and his drunken horse ;)
     
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    unforgiven
    war wagon
    magnificent 7
    shootist
    pale rider
    good bad and the ugly
    tombstone
    true grit
     
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    Am I the only person that's never seen any of the movies listed in this entire thread?
     
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    I love Tombstone, though I will admit I haven't seen all of the classic Westerns.
     
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    I loved "The Cowboys" with John Wayne.......and it was the first time I saw a movie where he dies........broke my heart. I just knew that when the kids came back they would find that he had survived; I walked out in total shock.

    But, my all time favorite was "Dances with Wolves" with Kevin Costner.
     

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