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20 Wild Westerns Marshals & Gunmen
20 Wild Westerns Marshals Gunmen


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Creator: Dennis Hopper, James Caan, Lee Van Cleef John Wayne
Studio: Tgg Direct
Format: DVD - Black and White,Color
Screens: Black and White,Color
Number of Discs: 2
SwapaDVD Credits: 2
Total Copies: 7
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)

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Member Movie Reviews

DAVID T. (Dave66) from DUNKIRK, IN
Reviewed on 8/9/2011...
Here's what you get, along with some ratings (1-10 scale)
(6.1) Beyond the Law, 1968, Lee Van Cleef
(3.9) The Proud and the Damned, 1972, Chuck Connors
(5.7) Rainbow Valley, 1935, John Wayne
(4.2) Kentucky Rifle, 1956, Chill Wills
(5.2) The Young Land, 1959, Dennis Hopper
(5.7) Randy Rides Alone, 1934, John Wayne
(6.6) The Proud Rebel, 1958, Alan Ladd
(6.4) King of the Cowboys, 1943, Roy Rogers
(6.4) Red Blood, Yellow Gold, 1967, Edd Byrnes
(6.0) There's a Noose Waiting for You Trinity, 1972, Klaus Kinski
(5.3) The Star Packer, 1934, John Wayne
(3.6) Little Moon and Judd McGraw, 1975, James Caan
(6.6) Pioneer Woman, 1973, William Shatner
(7.1) Revenge of a Gunfighter, 1968, Jack Palance
(5.9) Lights of Old Santa Fe, 1944, Roy Rogers
(4.7) She Came to the Valley, 1979, Scott Glenn
(7.1) Raiders of Old California, 1957, Lee Van Cleef
(5.4) Sagebrush Trail, 1933, John Wayne
(4.3) Trinity and Sartana are Coming, 1972, Harry Baird
(5.5) Long Live Your Death, 1971, Franco Nero