So who loves westerns

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my first blu purchse was unforgiven closely followed by wyatt Earp on blu,so I have to say Ive always loved westerns but you guys have got me waaaay carried awaaay.
310 to yuma was not too bad.wild bunch on blu...which blu me away.
and now I find Im buying
Sam Peckinpah's Legendary Westerns Collection (The Wild Bunch / Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid / Ride the High Country / The Ballad of Cable Hogue)

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly [Blu-ray]

Once Upon a Time in the West

Appaloosa [Blu-ray]
I have had open range for a few years (cant wait for that to come out on blu along with tombstone
Gettysburg / Gods and Generals.
watched Gods a few years back but only watched Gettysburg for the first time last night.
it must have been tragic for all those concerned

so what others do I NEED
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the long riders and the searchers are both pretty good i think. quick and the dead is a bit different.


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Navajo Joe
The Big Gundown
Johnny Yuma
A Pistol For Ringo
Nebraska Jim
Four Of The Apocalypse

Those are all absolute spaghetti western classics that you should make sure you see.


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I grew up on those great Sergio Leone westerns my dad loved them and allowed us to stop up late to watch them on TV but I also used to love some of the (some would say cheesy) westerns of the 50's do check out if you can find any on DVD, classic Audey Murphy just great great stuff.
A small hand full of my favourite films are Western's (Johnny Guitar, Once Upon a Time..., The Searchers) but I have to admit that the Western is among my less favourite genres.


You need 'Glory'.

It gets a release any day now (A but free) on Blu.

Treat yourself, you will love it.


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cheers guys:)


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Oh I should have also put

Death Sentence
The Great Silence
Cemetery Without Crosses
The Mercenary
The Specialist
And God Said to Cain
Apocalypse Joe
And for a roof a skyful O' stars
The Grand Duel
Light the Fuse...Sartana is coming
Have a good Funeral my friend, Sartana will pay
Death Rides a Horse
Long Days of Vengeance
Vengeance is Mine
Cowards Don't Pray
A Pistol for 100 Coffins


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Ullzana's Raid (get the USA copy as the UK version has nearly all the horse stunts cut, badly)

Soldier Blue (Last I checked my German issue was uncut only, may have changed now , you need it uncut)

Chato's Land (again got the R1 versions as it was uncut)
Red Sun
Breakheart Pass
The above three are all Charles Bronson westerns and very good.

Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid (1973)

Bad Company (1972)

None of these are spaghetti westerns , a bit more of the gritty type that came out in the USA around the 70's, some of them are very violent, but they are all good.

Would White Buffalo count as a western?:eek:
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I remember soldier blue had some sort of impact on me as a young teenager
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Little Big Man
Missouri Breaks
The Hired Hand
McCabe & Mrs Miller
High Plains Drifter
Pale Rider
Going South
My Name Is Nobody
A Town Called Hell
Open Range
Magnificent 7
The Hunting Party
A Man Called Horse
Hannie Caulder
Quick & The Dead
Duel At Diabalo
Jeramiah Johnson

Steve N

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I remember soldier blue had some sort of impact on me as a young teenager
Me too.

I realised what they meant by pornography of violence and exploitation.

Just about the sickest film I've ever seen.


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