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originally posted by: CharlesT
a reply to: MisterSpock
Each to his own opinion but I think True Grit #2 is the exception to your rule.
originally posted by: bally001
a reply to: CharlesT
'Quigley Down Under'. A good laugh from an Aussies point of view. I actually visited one of the sets much later and saw the fake caves paintings.
I couldn't call the 'Man from Snowy River' a western. While there was some well known Aussie actors and extras in that film, I understand the aussie director and Kirk Douglas had some rivalry going over Kirk's attempts to assist with the directing.
I liked Eastwood's character in "The Outlaw Jose Wales." "The spaghetti westerns" with Clint and Lee Van Cleef were entertaining and as a young bloke I enjoyed the first 2 "Trinity" Movies for a special laugh.