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  1. 1930s Western film stubs

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  1. 6 Guns

    6 Guns (2010)


    6 Guns is a 2010 western film by The Asylum. It was directed by Shane Van Dyke, who also directed previous Asylum films such as Transmorphers: Fall of Man and Titanic II.

  2. 800 Bullets

    800 Bullets (2002)


    800 Bullets (Spanish: 800 Balas) is a 2002 Spanish film directed by Álex de la Iglesia. The film is about the Westerns made in Almería, Spain and the Spaghetti Western in general. The characters are old stuntmen.

  3. A Bullet for the General

    A Bullet for the General (1966)


    A Bullet for the General (It. Quién sabe?), is a 1966 Italian film which stars Gian Maria Volonté, Klaus Kinski, Lou Castel and Martine Beswick. Originally entitled El Chuncho, quién sabe?, it is the story of El Chuncho, the bandit, and Bill Tate (or El Nino) who is a counter-revolutionary in Mexico. Chuncho soon learns that social revolution is more important than mere money. This is one of the more famous Zapata Westerns, a subgenre of the spaghetti western which deals with the radicalizing of bad men and bandits into revolutionaries when they are confronted with injustice. Others in this subgenre include Companeros, The Mercenary and perhaps most famously A Fistful of Dynamite (also known as Duck, You Sucker). When the film was dubbed into English for the American release, all traces of political content (such as any references to "rebels" or the "revolution") were removed from the dialogue.

  4. A Long Ride from Hell

    A Long Ride from Hell (1968)


    A Long Ride from Hell, in the original Italian known as Vivo per la tua morte (literally "I Live For Your Death!"), is a 1967 film directed by Camillo Bazzoni. It was based on the novel Judas Gun by Gordon D. Shirreffs. The film was bodybuilder Steve Reeves' final film prior to his retirement. Reeves financed the film himself upon seeing the successful box office returns of the Clint Eastwood spaghetti westerns at the time, but the film did poorly and Reeves retired from filmmaking that year. Reeves portrays cowboy Mike Sturges, who, along with his younger brother, Roy, are sentenced to Yuma Penitentiary on a trumped-up train robbery charge. Both endure cruel treatment before Mike escapes to exact revenge on their enemies.

  5. A Man Called Sledge

    A Man Called Sledge (1970)


    A Man Called Sledge is a 1970 spaghetti western starring James Garner in an extremely offbeat role as a grimly evil thief, and featuring Dennis Weaver, Claude Akins, and Wayde Preston. The film was written by Vic Morrow and Frank Kowalski, and directed by Vic Morrow.

  6. A Son of His Father

    A Son of His Father (1925)


    A Son of His Father is a 1925 silent film Western directed by Victor Fleming. This is a lost film.

  7. A Thunder of Drums

    A Thunder of Drums (1961)


    A Thunder of Drums is a 1961 Western directed by Joseph M. Newman, starring Richard Boone, George Hamilton and Luana Patten.

  8. Across the Line

    Across the Line (2000)


    Across the Line is a 2000 American drama film directed by Martin Spottl and starring Brad Johnson and Sigal Erez. Johnson plays a small-town Texas sheriff who falls for an illegal immigrant (Erez) who witnessed a murder on the Mexican border. While not an overtly political film, Across the Line portrays illegal immigrants in a generally positive light and dramatizes their motivations and problems from a sympathetic point of view. In La Opinion Jean Rodriguez Flores wrote, "The film Across the Line isn't just about the difficulties of crossing illegally into the United States, but it also reflects the tragedy of hundreds of people who are forced to leave their families for the "promised land." Some critics praised the film for its emotional intensity, authenticity, and integrity, but others questioned it for turning the plight of illegal immigrants into mainstream entertainment. Independently financed and produced, Across the Line was distributed by Lionsgate Entertainment.

  9. Adima Changala

    Adima Changala (1981)


    Adima Changala is a 1981 Malayalam film directed by A. B. Raj and starring Prem Nazir in the lead role. It is a remake of the 1969 Italian zapata spaghetti western film The Five Man Army. The train sequence in the movie is an excellently shot scene, especially for the '80s.Adima Changala is one of the few westerns in Malayalam cinema. P. N. Menon's Mappusakshi (1971) and Bharathan's Thazhvaram (1990) are significant Malayalam films in this genre.

  10. Advance to the Rear

    Advance to the Rear (1964)


    Advance to the Rear is a light-hearted 1964 American western comedy film set in the American Civil War. It stars Glenn Ford, Stella Stevens and Melvyn Douglas and is directed by George Marshall. The film is based on the 1957 novel Company of Cowards by Jack Schaefer, with the film having that title in pre-production and when released in the United Kingdom. However, the novel had none of the comedic elements of the film which retained only the basic idea of a unit formed out of men who had been court-martialed for cowardice and sent out west as well as some character names.

  11. Against a Crooked Sky

    Against a Crooked Sky (1975)


    Against a Crooked Sky is a 1975 American Western film directed by Earl Bellamy and starring Richard Boone, Stewart Petersen, and Henry Wilcoxon.

  12. Al di là della legge

    Al di là della legge (1968)


    Beyond the Law (Italian: Al di là della legge), aka, The Good Die First, is a 1968 Spaghetti Western feature film directed by Giorgio Stegani and starring Lee Van Cleef as Cudlip, Antonio Sabàto Sr. as Ben Novack and Gordon Mitchell as Burton. It was first released in Italy in 1967 as Al Di La Della Legge and was produced by Roxy-Film. It was first distributed in the United States in 1971.

  13. Alien Thunder

    Alien Thunder (1974)


    Alien Thunder (also known as Dan Candy's Law) is a 1974 Canadian western film directed by Claude Fournier and starring Donald Sutherland.

  14. All'ombra di una colt

    All'ombra di una colt (1965)


    All'ombra di una colt (In the Shadow of a Colt) is a 1965 Italian spaghetti western film directed and written by Giovanni Grimaldi.

  15. Along the Great Divide

    Along the Great Divide (1951)


    Along the Great Divide is a 1951 American western film directed by Raoul Walsh. The movie stars Kirk Douglas, Virginia Mayo, John Agar, and Walter Brennan.

  16. Alvarez Kelly

    Alvarez Kelly (1966)


    Alvarez Kelly is a 1966 war film set in the American Civil War starring William Holden and Richard Widmark. The film was based on the historic Beefsteak Raid of September 1864 led by Confederate Major General Wade Hampton III.

  17. Ambush

    Ambush (1950)


    Ambush is a 1950 western film directed by Sam Wood and starring Robert Taylor, John Hodiak and Arlene Dahl. This was the last film directed by Sam Wood. Based on the serial story Ambush by Luke Short in The Saturday Evening Post (25 Dec 1948–12 Feb 1949).

  18. Ambush at Cimarron Pass

    Ambush at Cimarron Pass (1958)


    Ambush at Cimarron Pass is a 1958 Western film directed by Jodie Copelan, starring Scott Brady and Clint Eastwood (third billed, later first billed upon reissue). The film also features Margia Dean, Irving Bacon, Frank Gerstle, Baynes Barron, and William Vaughn. It was released on DVD and Blu-ray on September 24, 2013. It is the first time it has been released on any home video format, and is the only feature film ever directed by Copelan, who was primarily a film editor.

  19. An Eye for an Eye

    An Eye for an Eye (1966)


    An Eye for an Eye (aka Talion) is a 1966 Western film directed by Michael D. Moore.

  20. Apache

    Apache (1954)


    Apache is a 1954 Western film starring Burt Lancaster.

  21. Apache Blood

    Apache Blood (1975)


    Apache Blood is a 1975 American film directed by Vern Piehl.

  22. Arizona Bound

    Arizona Bound (1941)


    Arizona Bound is a 1941 American film directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet and starring Buck Jones, Tim McCoy and Raymond Hatton.

  23. Arizona Days

    Arizona Days (1928)


    Arizona Days is a 1928 American silent western film directed by J.P. McGowan, who also portrayed the protagonist.

  24. Backlash

    Backlash (1956)


    Backlash is a 1956 Technicolor film starring Richard Widmark, released by Universal-International Pictures.

  25. Bad Girls

    Bad Girls (1994)


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