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PostPosted: Fri May 04, 2012 8:20 pm 
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Quite a few Audie movies are listed here.

http://www.cinemacom.com/westerns.html#the western

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PostPosted: Sat May 05, 2012 8:20 am 
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Cool, thanks Bob! The popularity of Kansas Raiders on lists like this always puzzles me a little bit, and I'm surprised by their preference for Showdown over Bullet for a Badman, but generally it's a good list.


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PostPosted: Sat May 05, 2012 9:49 pm 
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Now what I decipher from this is none of Audie's westerns are part of the 50 fabulous westerns but under 80 more fabulous westerns is Night Passage and The Unforgiven. Then none under 47 more fabulous westerns. My question is: "where is No Name on the Bullet, Destry, Seven Ways from Sundown?" And the two films listed he was the co-star and not the star of the film so those are more about Jimmy Stewart and Burt Lancaster/Audrey Hepburn than Audie..........hmmmm...........

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PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2012 8:14 am 
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audiefan53 wrote:
Now what I decipher from this is none of Audie's westerns are part of the 50 fabulous westerns but under 80 more fabulous westerns is Night Passage and The Unforgiven. Then none under 47 more fabulous westerns. My question is: "where is No Name on the Bullet, Destry, Seven Ways from Sundown?" And the two films listed he was the co-star and not the star of the film so those are more about Jimmy Stewart and Burt Lancaster/Audrey Hepburn than Audie..........hmmmm...........

Sharon


There's a bunch of his films on the "500 (800?) pretty Good Westerns" list. They're prejudiced against his non-Universal westerns, like a lot of people, and for some reason pick the more obscure Showdown over the relatively well-regarded Bullet for a Badman, but they include the at least half of his westerns on there, including Guns of Fort Petticoat, Gunsmoke, Ride a Crooked Trail, Ride Clear of Diablo, and Destry.


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