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The Dark Valley

Directed by Andreas Prochaska

Greider, a lone traveler, arrives in a small village in the Alps. Initially, no one wants him to stay, especially

Near Dark

Directed by Kathryn Bigelow

Starring the late Bill Paxton (Aliens, One False Move), Kathryn Bigelow's second feature is an original, 80s-style take on the

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Dead Man

Directed by Jim Jarmusch

Few cinematic collaborations have been more perfectly cast than Dead Man, Jarmusch’s legendary, incendiary “psychedelic Western.” The film follows William

Vera Cruz

Directed by Robert Aldrich

A detailed study in contrasts, VERA CRUZ pairs Lancaster’s smarmy, conniving rancher with Gary Cooper’s upstanding, old-guard Southern gentleman in

Gunfight at the O.K. Corral

Directed by John Sturges

Lancaster takes on a legend of the West in his role as lawman Wyatt Earp opposite Kirk Douglas’s gunslinger Doc

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

Directed by John Ford

“This is the West, sir. When the legend becomes fact, print the legend.” That most famous of lines from John

Yellow Sky

Directed by William Wellman

The remote island of The Tempest becomes a desolate ghost town in William Wellman’s skillfully crafted Western. A gang of

My Darling Clementine

Directed by John Ford

One of John Ford’s finest Westerns, and possibly the best known cinematic telling of the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral

Rio Bravo

Directed by Howard Hawks

John Wayne, Dean Martin, and Ricky Nelson team up in this idiosyncratic take on the “singing cowboy” Western from the

Johnny Guitar

Directed by Nicholas Ray

Widely cited as an allegory for the anti-Communist hearings overseen by the House Un-American Activities Committee that led to the

The Lusty Men

Directed by Nicholas Ray

Shot primarily in Pendleton, Oregon, The Lusty Men was produced during the Howard Hughes RKO era, a period of relative

Giant

Directed by George Stevens

Featuring James Dean in the final role of his mercurial career, Giant transcends it’s myth-laden reputation to be a key