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2021.10.21 12:41 DataLender I paid $28 for a sandwiche and coffee from Panera through uber

I couldn't find my car keys this morning, so I decided... Why not. Let me try this food delivery thing. 😂
A cup of coffee!! And a tiny sandwich WTF
The wrapping on the sandwiche was great. I mean next level Shit.
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2021.10.21 12:41 AspireAgain A Western Each Year - The Last Roundup! 1899, 1903, 1906 and 1908-2021

This list includes one Western for every year in which I could find a reasonable amount of information to share.
A production's presence on this list doesn't mean it was the Best of any given year, but simply that it was notable enough to share. I have generally avoided Contemporary Westerns and tried to spotlight Feature movies where I could.
It's been fun and educational, and I've really enjoyed interacting with everyone. Thanks to you all for your interest and participation in this series!

Year Movie
2021 "The Harder They Fall" a Netflix produced movie starring Idris Elba, Jonathan Majors, Regina King, Zazie Beetz and Delroy Lindo in a heavily fictionalized story of actual African-American Western figures. A highly ambitious project with mixed reviews so far.
2020 "News of the World" directed by Paul Greengrass, starring Tom Hanks as a man trying to return a girl kidnapped and raised by Kiowa to her surviving relatives. The two face threats at every turn across a hostile Texas landscape. Generally well received by Critics.
2019 "Never Grow Old" starring Emile Hirsch and John Cusack. An Outlaw rides into a God Fearing town, and his influence slowly corrupts it and everyone in his orbit. Hirsch is the FarmeUndertaker both befriended and threatened by the Outlaw, who eventually takes a stand.
2018 "The Ballad of Buster Scruggs" directed by the Coen Bros. A top cast stars in a seriocomic anthology of Western tales featuring the Coens' offbeat storytelling style. Diverting and sometimes memorable, it presumes the audience knows and loves Westerns to enjoy the twists.
2017 "Godless", a Netflix original miniseries starring Jack O'Connell, Michelle Dockery and Jeff Daniels. A town full of widows tries to survive, threatened by an Outlaw leader that is searching the West for a man that betrayed him. Intriguing storytelling with a strong cast.
2016 "The Magnificent Seven" directed by Antoine Fuqua, starring Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt, Ethan Hawke, Vincent D'Onofrio, Manuel Garcia Rulfo, Byung-Hun Lee and Martin Sensmeier. This remake of the Often Told tale had mixed reviews but broke even at the Box Office.
2015 "The Hateful Eight" directed by Quentin Tarantino. A motley group of lawmen, outlaws and mysterious strangers find themselves stranded together in a Mountain Lodge during a Blizzard. Blood, bullets and dialogue flow freely. Tarantino fans will delight, others may not.
2014 "The Homesman", Directed by and starring Tommy Lee Jones. Hilary Swank leads a remarkable cast in the story of a mismatched pair struggling to return 3 "mad women" back East from the Nebraska territory. Well received by critics, less so by audiences.
2013 Disney's "The Lone Ranger", directed by Gore Verbinski, starring Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer. An overlong, overindulgent, overly inflated, overly budgeted flop that isn't entirely bad. Not a good movie, and not a good Western, but an OK rainy day watch.
2012 "Dawn Rider" starring Christian Slater, Donald Sutherland and Jill Hennessy. A man fleeing from a Bounty Hunter investigates the Outlaws who murdered his father. A Direct to Video B Movie Western hindered by a low budget and overly contemporary performances.
2011 "The Mountie" aka "Lawman" aka "The Way of the West". Starring Andrew Walker and Jessica Paré. A mysterious Canadian Mountie rides into a troubled Russian settlement in the Yukon, and brings Law and Order with him. A low budget movie with a serious mindset.
2010 "True Grit" directed by the Coen Bros., starring Jeff Bridges, Matt Damon, Josh Brolin and Hailee Steinfeld. A young woman hires a grizzled US Marshal to hunt down her father's killer. A surprise Box Office success, nominated for but not winning 10 major Academy Awards.
2009 "Doc West" starring Terence Hill and Paul Sorvino. A Doctor turned Gambler gets mixed up with two feuding ranching families. Originally an Italian Miniseries, it was edited into two movies for International audiences. A tolerable, family-oriented production.
2008 "Appaloosa" directed by Ed Harris and starring him, Viggo Mortenson, Renee Zellwegger and Jeremy Irons. A terrorized town hires two Gunmen to protect it and bring a murderer to justice. Plenty of Western action, but with a strong focus on character relationships.
2007 "3:10 to Yuma" starring Russell Crowe and Christian Bale in a remake of the 1957 original. A struggling Rancher is paid to guard an Outlaw and put him on the train to prison. Not a tremendous hit, but I think it's one of the few Modern Classic Westerns. Watch this movie!
2006 "Seraphim Falls" starring Pierce Brosnan and Liam Neeson. A man flees across the West from a relentless Pursuer. A generally straightforward revenge/pursuit movie through in a variety of Western settings with an artistic twist. Apparently didn't get a wide release.
2005 "The Legend of Zorro" starring Antonio Banderas and Catherine Zeta-Jones. Zorro is now married and has a child as California is on the verge of US Statehood in this family friendly Action Comedy Western.
2004 "Deadwood", the acclaimed HBO Series starring Ian McShane, Timothy Olyphant and Molly Parker. A fictionalized, revisionist portrayal of real people and events in and around the town of Deadwood that gained success with critics and audiences.
2003 "Open Range", directed by Kevin Costner, starring Robert Duvall, Kevin Costner and Annette Bening. A small cattle outfit is terrorized by a Cattle Baron, driving its members to fight for revenge and for justice. Old fashioned and a bit ponderous, but well worth watching.
2002 "Spirit - Stallion of the Cimarron" with Matt Damon (voice). A Dreamworks animated feature about a Wild Mustang in the Old West that both Whites and Native Americans try to tame. Made $122 million on a $80 million budget, and spawned TV (2017) and Movie (2021) Sequels.
2001 "Texas Rangers" starring James Van Der Beek, Dylan McDermott and Ashton Kutcher. A very highly fictionalized story of the founding of the Texas Rangers. Made in Summer 1999 for $38 Million, released in Spring 2001 to $736,800 Box Office and a Critical Panning.
2000 "Shanghai Noon" starring Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson. In 1881, an Imperial Chinese Guard and a laid back Western Outlaw team up to save a kidnapped Princess. An enjoyable Action-Buddy-Comedy-Western that lovingly homages other Westerns. A Critical and Box Office success.
1999 "You Know My Name" starring Sam Elliott, Arliss Howard, R. Lee Ermey and James Gammon. Real Life Wild West Lawman Bill Tilghman brings law to the Oklahoma Oil Patch in 1924 while promoting his own Western film. Another superior TNT produced Widescreen TV Movie.
1998 "The Mask of Zorro" starring Antonio Banderas, Anthony Hopkins and Catherine Zeta Jones. 20 years after the original Zorro is captured, he escapes and trains a Successor to bring justice to California and reclaim his stolen daughter. A worldwide hit and critical success.
1997 "Last Stand at Saber River" starring Tom Selleck, Keith and David Carradine, Suzy Amis and Haley Joel Osment, A superior TNT adaptation of Elmore Leonard's novel, shot in widescreen. Extremely good, better than some features. Harry Carey Jr.'s last film.
1996 "Riders of the Purple Sage" starring Ed Harris, Amy Madigan, Henry Thomas and Robin Tunney. A TNT network adaptation of Zane Grey's well-known and influential but today little-read 1912 novel which helped introduce the "mysterious stranger" and "man in black" archetypes.
1995 "The Quick and the Dead" directed by Sam Raimi starring Sharon Stone, Gene Hackman, Russell Crowe and Leo DiCaprio. Gunfighters gather for a life or death quick draw contest featuring hidden pasts and plot twists. A highly stylized critical and box office failure.
1994 "Maverick" directed by Richard Donner, starring Mel Gibson, Jodie Foster and James Garner. This movie version of the beloved 60's TV Show starring Garner was warmly received by critics and audiences, earning over $100 Million in the US alone. A fun, family friendly movie.
1993 "Tombstone" starring Kurt Russell and Val Kilmer leading an incredible cast. Wyatt Earp reluctantly gets pulled into the middle of a Gang War, which turns personal when his family is attacked. A true Modern Classic Western that continues to grow in stature. A Must See.
1992 "Unforgiven" directed by and starring Clint Eastwood, with Morgan Freeman, Gene Hackman and Richard Harris. A former Outlaw reluctantly signs on for a "Revenge for Pay" bounty job, leading to terrible consequences for all. The most recent Western to win Best Picture.
1991 "An American Tail: Fievel Goes West" Described by one of the Producers as "A John Ford Western with Jewish Mice", this animated sequel to "An American Tail" had mixed reviews and lower than expected Box office, but is now a popular streamer. Jimmy Stewart's last film.
1990 "Dances with Wolves" Starring and directed by Kevin Costner. A Civil War officer with PTSD is posted West, where he connects with and joins the local Sioux tribe. A huge box office and critical hit that won "Best Picture", "Best Director" and 5 other Oscars.
1989 "Lonesome Dove" starring Robert Duvall and Tommy Lee Jones. This Landmark Miniseries about the impact of a Texas to Montana cattle drive on those involved was credited with revitalizing public interest in the Western. A Western Classic that spawned numerous sequels.
1988 "Young Guns" featuring a mix of rising "Brat Pack" stars and genre veterans. Billy the Kid and the Regulators fight a corrupt system, backed by tight shots, fast edits and a Western Movie/Rock soundtrack.
1987 "Desperado" the 1st of 5 TV movies starring Alex McArthur on NBC between Apr 1987 and Dec 1989, released theatrically in some countries. Much better than average TV Movies, with strong production and casting.
1986 “Red Headed Stranger” directed by William Witliff (Lonesome Dove's Screenwriter) starring Willie Nelson. A Preacher falls from grace after he murders his wife and lover, then seeks some kind of redemption. A low budget independent film that is strangely compelling.
1985 "Silverado" directed by Lawrence Kasdan starring Kevin Costner, Danny Glover, Kevin Cline and Scott Glenn. A Post-Classic era Must See that tried to meld classic Westerns with modern technique and sensibilities.
1984 "Draw!" starring Kirk Douglas and James Coburn, one of HBO's earliest productions. An aging Gunfighter holes up in a Hotel after being unfairly targeted by a town. An old and drunken rival of his is brought to face him.
1983 "Triumphs of a Man Called Horse" starring Richard Harris and Michael Beck. The son of an English Lord that led a Sioux tribe fights against crooked Whites that are trying to provoke a war.
1982 "The Man from Snowy River" starring Kirk Douglas, Tom Burlinson and Sigrid Thornton. In 1880s Australia a teenage boy takes a job at a Cattle ranch after his father dies, where he learns to become a wrangler and a man.
1981 "Cattle Annie & Little Britches" starring Burt Lancaster in his last Western, Diane Lane, Amanda Plummer and Rod Steiger with Scott Glenn and Buck Taylor. Two Dime Novel reading young ladies connect with the Dalton-Doolin gang with Bill Tilghman hot on their trail.
1980 "The Long Riders" directed by Walter Hill starring the Carradine, Keach, Quaid and Guest brothers as members of the James/Younger gang. A hardbit film that portrays the gang as criminals protected by sympathetic locals and relatives.
1979 “The Frisco Kid” directed by Robert Aldrich starring Gene Wilder and Harrison Ford, with William Smith. A Polish Rabbi travels West aided by a cantankerous but kind Outlaw.
1978 "Goin' South" directed by and starring Jack Nicholson, and starring Mary Steenburgen, Christopher Lloyd, and John Belushi in a strong cast. A horse thief has the option to marry or hang. Beautifully shot and a charming Western Comedy, but a box office and critical dud.
1977 "The White Buffalo" starring Charles Bronson ,Will Sampson and Jack Warden with a string of cameo stars. Wild Bill Hickock and Crazy Horse team up to kill a predatory White Buffalo. Not as bad as it sounds, but not good.
1976 “The Shootist” directed by Don Siegel starring John Wayne in his final film, Lauren Bacall, Jimmy Stewart and Ron Howard. In 1901 an aging Gunfighter diagnosed with Cancer tries to live his last days in dignity. Well reviewed by most critics and a modest Box Office success.
1975 "Breakheart Pass" staring Charles Bronson, Richard Crenna and Ben Johnson. Passengers die or disappear as a special train speeds emergency reinforcements and supplies to a beleaguered fort in this mystery Western.
1974 “Blazing Saddles” directed by Mel Brooks starring Gene Wilder and Cleavon Little. Every Hollywood Western trope and beyond is fair game in this brash and absurd parody. With Harvey Korman as Hedy Lamar.
1973 “High Plains Drifter” a Box Office hit directed by and starring Clint Eastwood. A fable about the aftermath of a “High Noon” story in which the Outlaws kill the Sheriff. A Mysterious Drifter then comes into town and takes revenge.
1972 "Jeremiah Johnson" directed by Syndey Pollack, starring Robert Redford and Will Geer. A largely true "Mountain Man" story in which Johnson and the Crow tribe pursue a years-long quest for revenge against each other.
1971 "Big Jake" starring John Wayne and Richard Boone with Patrick Wayne, Christopher Mitchum, Bruce Cabot and Maureen O'hara. The influence of "The Wild Bunch" on this film is clear.
1970 "Monte Walsh" starring Lee Marvin, Jack Palance, Jeanne Moreau and Mitchell Ryan, scored by John Barry. Aging cowboys struggle to find a place for themselves as the Frontier closes. Great performances by Marvin and Palance.
1969 "The Wild Bunch" directed by Sam Peckinpah, starring William Holden, Robert Ryan, Ernest Borgnine, Ben Johnson and Warren Oates. Its graphic violence and nudity, and portrayals of crudeness and corruption repelled some and attracted others.
1968 "Hang 'Em High" starring Clint Eastwood in his first American made Western. Generally critically praised, and the biggest United Artists opening in its history.
1967 "A Fistful of Dollars" makes its US premiere in the USA January, "For a Few Dollars More" in May and "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" in December. Released in prior years in Europe and already influential there, the trio shift American Westerns and make Clint Eastwood a star.
1966 "The Professionals" Directed by Richard Brooks, starring Burt Lancaster, Lee Marvin, Robert Ryan, Woody Strode, Jack Palance and Claudia Cardinale. A top 10 box office hit that was very well reviewed and Oscar nominated.
1965 "The Sons of Katie Elder" directed by Henry Hathaway with John Wayne and Dean Martin leading a remarkable cast. A really enjoyable Western whose only ambition is to entertain.
1964 "Cheyenne Autumn" John Ford's last Western and one of his last films, portraying a band of Cheyenne leaving the reservation to return to their homeland, and their mistreatment. Proclaimed by Ford as an elegy for Native Americans
1963 "McClintock!" Directed by Andrew McLaglen starring John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara. A broadly comic Western developed by Wayne, who involved many with family or personal ties. Its box office success helped rescue Wayne from the financial ruin of "The Alamo".
1962 "How the West Was Won" More than an Epic, a Cinerama Spectacle with 3 Directors and a Galaxy of A List Stars telling the story of the settling of the West through the travails of an extended family. Now restored and in HD.
1961 "Posse from Hell" starring Audie Murphy and John Saxon. One of many mid-budget but well crafted Westerns starring Murphy in the 50s and 60s .
1960 “The Magnificent Seven” directed by John Sturges. 7 cheaply hired gunmen defend a poor village from bandits. Opening to mixed reviews and slow box office, it soon caught on and became an iconic Western.
1959 "Rio Bravo” directed by Howard Hawks starring John Wayne, Dean Martin, Ricky Nelson, Angie Dickinson and Walter Brennan. A big box office hit but considered mere popular entertainment at the time, it has grown in stature since.
1958 "The Lone Ranger and the Lost City of Gold" starring Clayton Moore and Jay Silverheels. The last successful Live Action version of The Ranger, and the only in which Moore's version shoots to kill.
1957 "The Tall T" the 2nd of the "Ranown" cycle of six Westerns directed by Budd Boetticher, starring Randolph Scott, all produced with generally lower budgets but very high quality.
1956 "The Searchers" Directed by John Ford, starring John Wayne as a man driven first to save, but then to kill, a young girl captured by Indians. While not nominated for a single Academy Award, most critics now consider it the Greatest Western and one of the Greatest Films.
1955 "The Last Frontier" directed by Anthony Mann, starring Victor Mature, Robert Preston, Anne Bancroft with James Whitmore. Lots of psychological drama in a parable of civilization.
1954 "Vera Cruz" directed by Robert Aldrich, starring Gary Cooper and Burt Lancaster with Borgnine and Bronson. One of the first big budget Westerns featuring its stars as mercenary and morally ambiguous antiheroes.
1953 “Shane” directed by George Stevens, starring Alan Ladd, Van Heflin, Jean Arthur in her last film, Ben Johnson and a menacing Jack Palance. A huge hit, critical favorite, lasting classic and truly influential film.
1952 “High Noon” starring Gary Cooper as a retiring Sheriff who finds he cannot rely on his Townspeople to help him stop a vengeful outlaw. Released in a highly political environment with story overtones of the Red Scare, yet a timeless story about a man facing his duty alone.
1951 "Westward the Women" directed by William Wellman from a Frank Capra Story, starring Robert Taylor. A Wagonmaster leads 140 women West to meet and marry men in California. Not nearly as corny as you might think.
1950 "Winchester '73" the 1st of 5 Westerns directed by Anthony Mann starring James Stewart, with a standout cast. An obsessed man seeks revenge as a prized rifle passes from hand to hand.
1949 "She Wore A Yellow Ribbon" The 2nd and most nostalgic of John Ford's "Cavalry Trilogy" and the only in Color. John Wayne admirably plays an older man verging on retirement during a time of unrest.
1948 "Red River" directed by Howard Hawks. One of the Greatest and most Iconic Westerns. At age 41, John Wayne showed he was not just a "movie star", but an effective actor. His first time playing a "Older Man of Authority".
1947 “Pursued”, called the first Psychoanalytical Western. Packed with legendary talent. Director Raoul Walsh, Cinematographer James Wong-Howe, Composer Max Steiner. Starring Robert Mitchum, Teresa Wright, Dame Judith Anderson, Dean Jagger, Alan Hale Sr. and Harry Carey Jr.
1946 "My Darling Clementine", directed by John Ford, starring Henry Fonda. Not the first movie about the OK Corral, but the most archetypical, with the theme of civilization taming the West.
1945 "Hare Trigger" Great Horny Toads! It's Yosemite Sam's first cartoon! The rootin'est, tootin'est, shootin'est, bobtail wildcat in the west! The meanest, roughest, toughest hombre that's ever crossed the Rio Grande! The fastest gun North, South, East, and WEST of the Pecos!
1944 "Buffalo Bill" starring Joel McCrea and Maureen O'Hara. B.B. fights Indians and then fights for their rights. Originally written as an accurate biopic, it wound up heavily fictionalized.
1943 "The Outlaw" Howard Hughes' intentionally notorious production about Billy the Kid, featuring Jane Russell. Its titillating sexual content violated Production Codes and stirred controversy.
1942 "The Spoilers" John Wayne and Randolph Scott fight for Marlene Dietrich's affections in this famous "Northern". Unusually, Scott plays a villain. Famed for an elaborate six minute long closing brawl.
1941 "Western Union" directed by Fritz Lang, starring Robert Young and Randolph Scott. The builders of the Transcontinental Telegraph must overcome Indians and Outlaws to connect the nation. Beautifully shot in Technicolor.
1940 "Santa Fe Trail" directed by Michael Curtiz. Pre-Civil War era Cavalry Film Starring Errol Flynn, Olivia de Haviland and Ronald Reagan. Jeb Stuart and George Custer battle John Brown in "Bloody Kansas" and beyond.
1939 “Stagecoach” one of the most influential Films ever made. John Ford returns to the Western and films in Monument Valley for the first time. John Wayne’s breakthrough role. Just one of many great Westerns in one of the greatest years for Cinema.
1938 "THE LONE RANGER" (Serial) The Ranger's first onscreen appearance, 5 years after the launch of the radio series. The ranger wore a full face mask, and his real identity was unknown to the audience until the last episode.
1937 "Harlem on the Prairie" The first of a series of African-American Western Musicals, produced for the then 800+ black theaters in the US. An all black cast ably performs in a low budget but straightforward Western.
1936 "The Plainsman" Starring Gary Cooper as Wild Bill Hickock and Jean Arthur as Calamity Jane with Anthony Quinn in one of his first roles. A big, impressive and successful production.
1935 "Hop-Along Cassidy" The first of 66 "Hoppy" movies starring William Boyd released between '35 and '48 followed by a hugely popular TV show from '49 - '52 and then in perpetual rerun.
1934 "The Last Roundup" Fittingly, the last in a series of 8 Western movies shot in 2 years based on Zane Grey novels, all directed by Henry Hathaway and 7 starring Randolph Scott. Hathaway would later direct "True Grit".
1933 “Riders of Destiny” starring John Wayne as “Singin' Sandy Saunders”, the Western genre’s second singing cowboy and an influence on all to follow. Featuring Yakima Canutt and Gabby Hayes.
1932 “McKenna of the Mounted” starring Buck Jones, an early star. A good example of the once popular “Northern” Westerns, which often took place in Canada and were set in the Yukon Gold Rush era.
1931 ”Cimarron” The first of only 3 Westerns to win Best Picture. Telling the story of the settling of Oklahoma. Progressive for its time, but it hasn't aged well. Remade in 1960 with Glenn Ford.
1930 "The Big Trail" 23 year old John Wayne's first starring role. Shot in standard ratio 35mm, 70mm widescreen and 5 languages, this huge production failed at the Box Office as the Depression took hold.
1929 "The Virginian" Directed by Victor Fleming. Gary Cooper's breakthough part, setting his "yup/nope" image. Randolph Scott had a minor role and was Cooper's accent coach.
1928 "In Old Arizona" The first all sound feature Western and first talkie to be filmed outdoors. Nominated for "Best Picture".
1927 "The Denver Dude" starring Hoot Gibson. One of 224 films Gibson made, he was the 2nd most popular Western actor of his time, following only Tom Mix.
1926 "Three Bad Men" directed by John Ford, starring George O'Brien. Three horse thieves protect a young woman against an even worse band of outlaws. O'Brien would later play supporting roles in Ford's "Fort Apache", "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon" and "Cheyenne Autumn".
1925 "Tumbleweeds" William S. Hart's last film, re-released in 1939 with sound effects, score and an introduction by Hart. First grand scale filming of a Land Rush.
1924 “The Iron Horse” John Ford’s first major film as a Director. A Silent 150 minute melodrama, Epic in scale, about the building of the Transcontinental Railroad.
1923 "The Covered Wagon" Widely recognized as the first Epic western, it was critically acclaimed and the year's biggest box office hit. It showed the Western could tell serious stories and increased its overall popularity.
1922 "Sky High" A then contemporary Western that elevated Tom Mix from a popular actor to an International Star. Horseback chases mix with aircraft chases in this action thriller.
1921 "Desperate Trails" The last of 25 Westerns made together by Harry Carey Sr and John Ford. Carey wouldn't appear in another Ford film for 16 years.
1920 "The Mark of Zorro", starring Douglas Fairbanks Sr. Combining the Western and Swashbuckling genres to enormous success and influence.
1919 "Lightning Bryce", one of the earliest surviving Western Serials. 15 Episodes totaling 320 minutes! A Western but the plot includes elements of horror, psychic/magical powers, suspense, mystery and even a kidnapping to an Opium Den.
1918 “Out West”. One of the earliest Western Comedy Satires, making fun of genre conventions. Sort of the “Blazing Saddles” of its day, starring Fatty Arbuckle with Buster Keaton.
1917 “The Tornado”. A Western that is generally recognized as John Ford’s first film as a Director, although he thought of “The Soul Herder” as his first, dismissing this film as “a bunch of stunts.”
1916 "The Return of Draw Egan". Starring early Western star William S. Hart. Egan is an outlaw who unknowing townspeople turn into their lawman. Egan eventually becomes a true protector of the town.
1915 "The Passing of the Oklahoma Outlaws". Amazingly, produced and directed by a former 1880s era Dodge City Marshal, Bill Tilghman. Created in response to several movies which glamorized outlaws and depicted lawmen as fools.
1914 "The Virginian". The first movie adaptation of Owen Wister's seminal novel. Directed by Cecil B. DeMille. The same story would be retold in 3 more movies, 1 TV movie and 1 Direct to Video movie, and inspire a TV series..
1913 "The Sheriff's Baby", starring Harry Carey. Three outlaws care for a lost baby, with 2 losing their lives in the process. So similar to "The Three Godfathers" that it may have been an "unofficial adaptation" of the Three Godfathers novella published in 1913.
1912 "The Life of Buffalo Bill" Events from Buffalo Bill Cody's life are shown as dreamed flashbacks, bookended by shots of the real Cody napping and awakening. Many scenes are acts from his Wild West show,.
1911 "Across the Plains". Starring one of the earliest Western Stars, Broncho Billy Anderson. A cowboy rescues a young woman fleeing a wagon train attacked by Indians. Codirected by Anderson and Thomas H. Ince, often called the "Father of the Western".
1910 "In Old California". A DW Griffith Western, interesting for being set in the days of Spanish California, and for being the very first movie shot in Hollywood.
1909 "The Redman's View" Perhaps the earliest Western to tell a story from the Native American perspective. Directed by the influential early Director, D W Griffith.
1908 "The Bank Robbery", directed by and starring Marshal Bill Tilghman with Heck Thomas, Quanah Parker, Frank Canton and Al Jennings as themselves, reenacting a bank robbery. Several shots were used in the opening of 1993's "Tombstone."
1906 "The Story of the Kelly Gang". Notable as the first "Bushranger" (Australian Western) and at over 60 minutes, the longest film in general release at that time.
1903 "The Great Train Robbery" Once thought to be the earliest surviving Western film, "The Great Train Robbery" was popular and influential, melding many then new film techniques in a single movie.
1899 "Kidnapped by Indians". The first known fictional Western film, shot in Blackburn England, of all places. Previous films exist showing performers Buffalo Bill's Wild West performers doing their acts, but this is the first to tell a story.
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Cara eu n aguento mais, toda hora é meme sobre "ain esse furry n sei oq " "Ain aquele ant furry n sei oq" MERMÃO NINGUÉM LIGA SE TU É FURRY OU ANT FURRY
(menos aquela fan art da mina bombada do braço e da perna decepada que eu esqueci o nome de quem fez, aquela ficou top)
(aliás esse lendadragon é o pior de todos pq ele ainda defende o outro lado dos furrys que apoiam a ZOOFILIA)
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