The Good, The Bad and The Ugly:
From acclaimed director Sergio Leone, The Good, The Bad and The Ugly is the third and last western in Clint Eastwood's spaghetti trilogy. A team of brutal bandits battle to unearth a fortune buried beneath an unmarked grave. Joining Clint, clearly "The Good", is the irredeemably "Bad" Eli Wallach and the resolutely "Ugly" Lee Van Cleef. Arguably the quintessential Italian Western, this 1966 film boasts a fine Ennio Morricone score featuring a main theme that reached No. 1 in the world's pop charts.
The Gunfighter -
Gregory Peck is Jimmy Ringo, notorious killer and the deadliest shot in Old West. Though his appetite for bloodletting is over, Ringo is forced to stay on the run from young gunners determined to shoot the great man down. After killing an upstart in self-defence, he escapes from the boy's vengeful brothers to the nearby town of Cayenne. There, he hopes to convince his estranged wife (Helen Westcott) to resume their life together, but his arrival causes a sensation. With more young bucks gunning for him, Ringo's fate lies in hands of the sheriff (Millard Mitchell), his old bandit partner. With its resounding authenticity and great performances, The Gunfighter is a terrific... hard-hitting, suspenseful western drama.
The Alamo -
John Wayne produces, directs and stars in this larger than life chronicle of the most remarkable events in American history. At the Alamo - a crumbling abode mission - 185 exceptional men together in a sacred pact: they would stand firm against an army of 7,000 and willingly give their lives for freedom.
Filmed entirely in Texas, only few miles from the site of the actual battle, The Alamo is a visually stunning and historically accurate celebration of courage and honour. Co-starring Richard Widmark, Laurence Harvey and Chill Wills, and garnering seven Oscar nominations (1960: Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor, Best Cinematography, Best Sound (winner), Best Editing, Best Score and Best Song) it is a truly memorable movie spectacle.