Category: non dollars trilogy westerns

cadwallen: Steve McQueen & Horst Buchh…

cadwallen:

Steve McQueen

& Horst Buchholz –The Magnificent Seven (1960) **

clint-eastwoods: What I said the other day, yo…

clint-eastwoods:

What I said the other day, you looking like me, that ain’t true. You ain’t ugly like me, it’s just that we both have got scars.
Unforgiven (1992) dir. Clint Eastwood

sexymonstersupercreep: Lee as Deck Sommers, sa…

sexymonstersupercreep:

Lee as Deck Sommers, safe cracker extraordinaire in Rawhide, s07e03.

rawhiiiiide: Pete: They just started trying to…

rawhiiiiide:

Pete: They just started trying to kill each other. 

Mr. Favor: What’s going on between you two?

Rowdy: Look. As long as I have you for company, I’ll walk up to the devil himself. But there’s no room for you in this.

sexymonstersupercreep:

sexymonstersupercreep:

Lee as Dave Chittun in Untamed Frontier (1952). Ebay sellers had Lee placed as the one falling off the horse in some of the above photos, but I don’t know for sure if this is correct (somehow I doubt he’d be made to do stunts like this, but who knows).

taylormademadman:

taylormademadman:

HANG’ EM HIGH 

spaceportfloozy: The Magnificent Seven (1960) …

spaceportfloozy:

The Magnificent Seven (1960)

“The old man was right. Only the farmers won. We lost. We always lose.”

mcicioni-blog: blowmyblues: Yul Brynner & …

mcicioni-blog:

blowmyblues:

Yul Brynner & Steve McQueen – The Magnificent Seven – 1960

This is the single scene I love most in all the films I have ever seen in my life. Don Quixote and D’Artagnan side by side on a hearse, both competent at what they do, both self-contained and ironic, both willing to risk their lives in a gratuitous anti-racist deed. Each vaguely intrigued by the other. Each complementing the other.

chunchomunos:

chunchomunos:

still from Sabata (1969)

sournote2014: The seven Westerns of Eli Wallach.

sournote2014:

The seven Westerns of Eli Wallach.