Based on the Louis L'Amour story "The Gift of Cochise," this sparkling western has John Wayne as a half-Indian Cavalry scout who, with his feral dog companion, finds a young woman and her son living on a isolated ranch in unfriendly Apache country. A poetic and exciting script, outstanding performances, and breathtaking scenery make this an indisputable classic.
A passionate journey into the darkest secrets of love, betrayal, and the unbreakable bonds of blood, LEGENDS OF THE FALL is a powerful story about three brothers struggling to stay together and the woman who comes between them.
Marshal Earp keeps the law, first in Kansas and later in Arizona, using his over-sized pistols and a variety of sidekicks. Most of the saga is based loosely on fact, with historical bad guys and good guys, ending up with the famous shootout at the O.K. corral.
Leading a regiment of Kentucky riflemen during the War of 1812, John Wayne is the frontiersman who battles to save his love, a French general's daughter, and his homeland from speculators, after the Battle of New Orleans. A colorized version of this film was released on home video in 1990.
Director Kevin Costner's story of a white Army officer who befriends a band of Sioux Indians and adopts their culture in the post-Civil War American west. Winner of seven Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Director.
The action-packed series about a dedicated rancher trying to raise his son in a turbulent, untamed West. Their adventures are filled with rousing, two-fisted action set against sweeping beautiful and authentic locations. A classic hit-series, "The Rifleman" is rich with high production standards, moral values and a superb list of guest stars.
Trail guide Kirk Douglas agrees to shepherd a wagon train through Sioux territory. Douglas tries to convince the Sioux to leave his charges alone, but such hot-heads as drunken white trader Walter Matthau and embittered Indian brave Harry Landers escalate the tensions. Douglas is forced to go "mano y mano" with Landers; Douglas wins, but refuses to kill Landers, having lost his taste for killing. But when Matthau and his partner Lon Chaney Jr. contrive to rob the Indians of their gold, Sioux chief Eduard Franz prepares to wipe out the settlers. Only when Douglas risks life and limb to bring Matthau and Chaney Jr. to justice does Franz relent.
The struggle to determine which country would control California (the US, Mexico, or Russia) is chronicled in this not-so-subtly disguised Cold War western. Wilde plays the leader of a group of Spanish Californians who would prefer that the US claim the rights to the territory.
When stalwart Spanish soldier Don José meets the beautiful Carmen, he becomes instantly obsessed with the mysterious gypsy woman. After she cheats on him with his Lieutenant, José kills the officer during a brawl, flees the city and becomes a bandit.
Set in 1890 s Montana, a conflict between the widowed Maggie Carter and cattle baron Cyrus McCall escalates into a range war when McCall threatens her survival as a rancher by putting up a barbed-wire fence. The battle escalates when their children get involved and a mysterious stranger from Maggie's past comes back into her life.