Was just watching this on TNT for the 9,000th time or so it seems, at the very end when Ike Clanton takes off the red cowboy sash and he rides off he looks like the horse/rider logo on Winchester boxes.
One of those that if you're channel surfing and it comes up, you stop and watch. Just like "The Professionals" with Lee Marvin, Jack Palance, Woody Strode, Robert Ryan and Burt Lancaster, or "Quigley", not a great movie but a great gun and who can refuse to watch the craggy faced Tom Selleck, or "The Wild Bunch". I'm also hooked on a James Lee Burke novel made into a movie, "Heaven's Prisoners" despite its starring the ultra left wing Alec Baldwin.
<i>"Every time I watch that movie it makes me want to grow a Handlebar Mustache! "</i>
I grew a large handlebar mustache when I was doing cowboy action shooting. It was long enough that I could stretch it to my earlobes. It was also a PITA to maintain, and would often get caught in rifle actions, and particularly in AR15 CAR stocks. I haven't done cowboy action shooting for quite some time, so there was no need to bother with a handlebar. Now it's short and neat.
Also add to the list of movies above...
Monte Walsh - The one with Tom Selleck, not Lee Marvin. One of the few remakes I like better than the original.
Open Range - Robert Duval and Kevin Costner (one of the few movies with Costner I like). Good movie, nicely done.
I thought the remakes of The Virginian and High Noon were lame.
I like just about everything Doc says, but my favorite line of his is late in the movie when Wyatt is down by the creek, "walkin on the water" and his reply to "Hell, I got a lot of friends" is "I don't".