100 Greatest Westerns

 

 

Like steam locomotives and town squares, Western movies are an indelible part of America’s heritage. Indeed, they are inextricably linked to the American image around the world. From a darkened theater, they transport us to a dusty world of steely eyed men, strong women, loyal sidekicks, fast horses and faster guns. Some of them rose to artistic levels that influenced how movies in all genres are made. Others were churn-em-out horse operas. But what was the top Western movie of all time, the one that would unquestionably still be standing when the gun smoke cleared

100 Greatest Westerns, a special publication from the Weider History Group looks at 100 films that a panel of 10 experts selected as the best of the genre.  Click here to read the entire article….

4 of the films rated in this article as the 100 greatest westerns were filmed at Old Tucson Studios:

5.  Rio Bravo (1959)

9.  Tombstone (1993)

11.  Winchester ’73 (1950)

43.  Hombre (1967)

Click here for a complete listing (provided by Old Tucson Studios) of movies/television productions filmed at Old Tucson Studios….

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