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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly


Length: 179 minutes

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Once Upon a Time in the West (C'era una volta il West)


Length: 165 minutes

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High Noon (1952)


Length: 84 minutes

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For a Few Dollars More (1965)


Length: 131 minutes

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The Ox-Bow Incident (1943)


Length: 75 minutes

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Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid


Length: 110 minutes

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Unforgiven (1992)


Length: 127 minutes

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The Wild Bunch: Special Edition (1969)


Length: 145 minutes

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Classic Western Movies

One cannot (and must not) view or speak of the "Old West" in an apocryphal manner, as one might a work of fiction or such.

Doing so would discredit the great achievement true colonizers of America accomplished.

Indeed, no one can speak of American history and how it was shaped into what is now, the 'greatest civilization' the world has ever known and perhaps will ever see, without giving due credit to the peoples that settled the western lands of the United States of America.

Although recently the film industry has seen a resurgence of western movies the most prolific era was between the 1930's to late 60's; taking place in the old Western Frontier during the last part of the 19th century (from the 1860's to the new century).

However, Western Movies also cover dates outside of the ones mentioned and extend as far back as the Colonial times or as early as the 20th century; such as in the Battle of the Alamo (1936) and the Mexican Revolution (1910).

The definition of Westerns is: one that is produced in or characteristic of a western region and especially the western United States : a novel, story, motion picture, or broadcast dealing with life in the western United States especially during the latter half of the 19th century -M-W Dictionary-

So we come to the most common plots in Western Movies. Here again we find the old struggle between right and wrong, usually illustrated in cowboys vs. indians, settlers vs. indians, settlers and cowboys vs. the wild, outlaws vs. communities, etc.

Our heroes once again take on the leading role and at the end come out victorious.

Oh, how we love our Old Western heroes! But just what is it that we admire the most about these men and their women? Well, their unbelievable gun-fighting abilities have to be at the top of our list! man, those single-motion fast- draws flawlessly executed, bullets dead-on target, mostly taking place at dusk or dawn.

I remember me as a ten year old practicing for hours on end until mom had to literally make me lay down my weapon, send lucky (my horse) to sleep (next to the dust pan and mop), and come in for some meat and potatoes and coffee, ahhhh! the perfect meal for a Clint Eastwood protege.....

But these settlers and cowboys were more than just a fast-draw; they were in the front lines of the struggle between the new world and the old world.

A battle that was won by use of integrity, principle, courage, toughness, rugged individualism, honor, and don't forget the guns! To name a few..

It is here where many moderns make a huuuuuuuge argument over our ancestors settling on these lands, and how it was wrong, and how we took what was not ours, and how film makers of the Western Movies golden age portrayed the american indians as savages, and whatever other garbage argument they come up with basically tells us to feel guilty over the work done by our "heroes".

Man, it makes you wonder if these 'experts' of our day are hottentots themselves; everyone knows that the strong always conquers the weak, especially outside of 'civilization'.

Furthermore, one needs not go any farther than reading Bernal Diaz del Castillo's account of the conquest of Mexico to get an idea of how brutal and even demonic aboriginals of the "New World" were.

Progress has always been the answer to problems created by uncivilized peoples; such progress has always been lead by the Western world.

Also, every parent knows that babies are born "brats" and unless shaped and taught differently any child can grow up to be greedy, hateful, arrogant, disrespectful, and so on....

if this is true of children today in our highly developed and refined societies, just think what it'd be like for peoples who've never had contact with civilization. Truly beastly they must be!!! In all extent of the word.

Western movies therefore, do not even begin to portray how brutal, cold hearted, bloody, etc. these aboriginal peoples 'must' have been when the settlers found them.

The above remarks can only give us a glimpse of what our ancestors must have suffered at the hands of some of these savages.

But of course not all of them were savages and the interaction between the natives and the newcomers give us a clear look at how committed to the American Ideal of freedom and belief in humanity as generally good and with great potentials our fathers were.

Our ideals when properly taught and instructed are a recipe for success anywhere in the world.

A great example of this can be seen in some indians during colonial times joining the cause of the American people and serving side by side with General Washington himself.

Even more proof of this may be found throughout every modern American Indian Reservation in this country.

So as we enjoy our favorite Western movies let us remember the great price they paid for us to live in this great nation!

Let us remember what it means to be free (that includes 'guilt-free'), let us remember what it means to be an American..... Let's take a look at the best best western movies then....

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Top 100 Conservative Movies

Arranged alphabetically

    1. A Canterbury Tale
    2. A Christmas Carol
    3. A Man for All Seasons
    4. A Midnight Clear
    5. A Tale of Two Cities
    6. Air Force One
    7. Animal Farm
    8. Apollo 13
    9. Armageddon
    10. Band of Brothers
    11. Battle of the Bulge
    12. Behind Enemy Lines
    13. Black Hawk Down
    14. The Black Stallion
    15. Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius
    16. Braveheart the Movie
    17. The Bridge on the River Kwai
    18. Bringing Up Baby
    19. Casablanca
    20. Charade
    21. Chariots of Fire
    22. Cheaper by the Dozen
    23. Clear and Present Danger
    24. Cool Hand Luke
    25. The Crucible
    26. DC 9/11: Time of Crisis
    27. Disclosure
    28. Doctor Zhivago
    29. Enemy at the Gates
    30. Enemy of the State
    31. E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial
    32. The Family Man
    33. Far and Away
    34. Finding Nemo
    35. Fort Apache
    36. The Fountainhead
    37. Gallipoli
    38. Gladiator
    39. The Godfather Trilogy
    40. Gods and Generals
    41. Gone With the Wind
    42. The Great Escape
    43. Harry's War
    44. Henry V
    45. High Noon
    46. The Hunt for Red October
    47. In the Face of Evil: Reagan's War in Word and Deed
    48. Independence Day
    49. Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark
    50. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
    51. Into the West
    52. It's a Wonderful Life
    53. Key Largo
    54. King of the Hill
    55. Knute Rockne, All American
    56. Kramer vs. Kramer
    57. The Last of the Mohicans
    58. The Last Supper
    59. Lean on Me
    60. Little Women
    61. Life with Father
    62. The Longest Day
    63. Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring
    64. Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
    65. The Man Who Knew Too Much
    66. The Man from Snowy River
    67. Marie Antoinette
    68. The Matrix
    69. Midway
    70. Minority Report
    71. Miracle
    72. Miracle on 34th Street
    73. Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
    74. Nothing to Lose
    75. Not Without My Daughter
    76. One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich
    77. Pearl Harbor
    78. The Passion
    79. The Patriot
    80. Patriot Games
    81. Patton
    82. Pelican Brief
    83. Phone Booth
    84. Prince of Egypt
    85. The Princess Bride
    86. Rambo: First Blood Part II
    87. Red Corner
    88. Red Dawn
    89. The Right Stuff
    90. The Rookie
    91. Rudy
    92. Saving Private Ryan
    93. The Secret of Roan Inish
    94. Sergeant York
    95. Shenandoah
    96. Shane
    97. Signs
    98. Singin' in the Rain
    99. Star Trek: First Contact
    100. Star Wars
    101. The Sum of All Fears
    102. The Ten Commandments
    103. Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo
    104. Three Kings
    105. The Three Muskateers
    106. Timeline
    107. To Have and Have Not
    108. To Kill a Mockingbird
    109. Tucker: A Man and His Dream
    110. Trainspotting
    111. The Truman Show
    112. Undercover Brother
    113. Wag the Dog
    114. We Were Soldiers
    115. White Fang
    116. The Winslow Boy
    117. Witness
    118. The Yearling