With gunfights, train robberies, hold-ups, runaway stagecoaches, shoot-outs, saloon brawls and chases on horseback, you're set for quite a ride. Located in the dusty expanse of America's untamed frontier, these action-packed films have been a major defining genre of the American film industry since the 1930s.
Classic Westerns Film Listing
Budd Boetticher, 1959
A top class 'Ranown Western' from the partnership of Budd Boetticher and Randolph Scott. A wan...
Budd Boetticher, 1960
The One-Man War Against The Comancheros! In his penultimate film (Sam Peckinpah got him out of...
Harry Watt, 1946
A drama of outback life in Australia at the end of WWII, when Australian farmers are migrating ac...
Sergio Corbucci, 1966
'My inspiration on Django Unchained pretty much began and ended with Sergio Corbucci.' (Quentin T...
Howard Hawks, 1952
A true Howard Hawks classic, The Big Sky sees Dewey Martin and Kirk Douglas play the two tough mo...
Sergio Leone, 1969
Sergio Leone's epic spaghetti Western, Once Upon a Time in the West stars Henry F...
Roy Ward Baker, 1961
Bogarde plays man-in-black gunslinger Anacleto, John Mills plays the determined p...
Sergio Corbucci, 1968
A stylish, bleak spaghetti western that replaces the expected sunbleached desert locations of the...
Sidney Lanfield, 1948
With its razor sharp script, this western is really a tough film noir that happens to be set in t...
Stanley Donen, 1954
Great Western-themed musical in which seven brothers set out to find themselves b...
Damiano Damiani, 1966
Aka El Chucho, Quien Sabe? Less a western and more an allegory on South American ...
Nathan Juran, 1954
In the failing gold town of Crown City, Sam Brannon (Walter Brennan) works hard to maintain peace...