The lives of a group of strangers intersect in the West during a dangerous stagecoach trip through hostile Apache territory.
A farmer and his son along with a singer must traverse the titular river and learn to trust each other in order to survive.
On the eve of retirement, Captain Nathan Brittles takes goes out on a patrol one last time. Tasked with evacuating a group of women, he finds this job made much more difficult.
A union soldier is assigned a distant Western outpost and befriends and is accepted by a group of Lakota.
A cavalry officer stationed along the Rio Grande must contend with his estranged wife and son as well as murderous Apaches crossing the Rio Grande to use Mexico as a safe haven.
A ranch enforcer begins to question his defense of the “Code of the West” while unraveling the mystery behind a series of cattle rustlings in the area.
A group of men are hired to recover stolen gold led by the widow of one of the robbers so that she can return the gold and start over.
A young boy on the run after killing his abusive father witnesses Sheriff Pat Garrett shoot Billy the Kid.
Directed by Henry Hathaway, John Ford, and George Marshall November 1, 1962 (United Kingdom) / February 20, 1963 (United States) The epic story of the settling of the West as told through the eyes of a single family of settlers. This is an amazing Western spectacle film from a time when Hollywood knew how to make an epic film with a sprawling cast. JustContinue reading “How the West Was Won”
Wyatt Earp’s plans to retire fall apart when he encounters outlaws in his new town.