Two new films end big-screen dry spel...

Two new films end big-screen dry spell The western rides again ...

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Bandit Russell Crowe and posse volunteer Christian Bale wage a war of wills on the trail in ''3:10 to Yuma.'' Outlaw Brad Pitt is done in by starry-eyed admirer Casey Affleck in ''The Assassination of Jesse ...

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Larry Smith

New Tripoli, PA

#1 Sep 15, 2007
David Germain lists James Stewart's film "Shenandoah" as representing westerns in the 30s to 60s. The picture is about a Virginia farmer who wants to keep his sons from fighting in the Civil War. I wonder if it can accurately be described as a western.

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