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Classic Western Collection: The Outlaws (1956)
Starring: Robert Wagner, Barbara Stanwyck, Jeffrey Hunter, Katy Jurado, Virginia Mayo, Jean Peters, Spencer Tracy, Walter Brennan, E.G. Marshall, Robert Ryan, Bo Hopkins, Geoffrey Lewis, Dean Jagger
Director: Samuel Fuller, Robert D. Webb, Edward Dmytryk, Dick Richards
Category: Drama, Westerns
Studio: 20th Century Fox
English, Spanish
361 mins



The Culpepper Cattle Co. (1972)
Western veterans Luke Askew (Cool Hand Luke, Easy Rider) and Bo Hopkins (The Wild Bunch, Cat Ballou) star in this smashingly realistic Western from producer Paul Helmick (Rio Lobo) and associate producer Jerry Bruckheimer (Black Hawk Down)!

Ben (Gary Grimes), an innocent, idealistic teen, wants more than anything else to be a cowboy. But when he lands a job as a cook's helper, he's soon surrounded by the rigors and realities of trail life. It's a dusty, brutal existence in which men drink and fight to escape the tedium, and survival depends on how quickly (and willingly) one can pull a trigger. Boasting tour-de-force performances, spectacular photography and meticulous care to historical detail, this cult favorite is an extraordinary tale and a classic of the genre!

The Proud Ones (1956)
Robert Ryan (The Wild Bunch), Virginia Mayo (The Man Next Door) and Jeffrey Hunter (Custer of the West) make a dynamic trio in this "exceptionally well-presented" (Variety) tale of greed, betrayal and good old-fashioned justice on the frontier.

When a flood of lawless gunmen invades his once peaceful town, Marshal Cass Silver (Ryan) knows it's up to him to force them out. But the only chance he might have is to gain the help of a gunslinger named Thad (Hunter), who wrongly believes the marshal is responsible for his father's death. To save the town, Silver will have to earn the aid, and trust, of a man sworn to send him to his grave!

Broken Lance (1954)
Spencer Tracy is towering in this "hard-hitting" (The Hollywood Reporter) western with an all-star cast that includes Robert Wagner, Jean Peters, Richard Widmark, Hugh O'Brian, E.G. Marshall and Katy Jurado. The only compassion cattle baron Matt Devereaux (Tracy) shows is for his Native American wife, Princess (Jurado), and their son Joe. So after Joe agrees to take a three-year jail term for a crime his father commits, and his father then dies, Joe's three half brothers take over the land - with a vengeance. Winning a 1954 Academy Award