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A Tribute to Clint Eastwood

Cowboy Eastwood. Tough Cop Eastwood. Producer Eastwood. Director Eastwood. Even Singing Eastwood. We have them all in our Tribute to the multi-talented Clint Eastwood.

A Tribute to Morgan Freeman

We don't want to give away our age, but we learned the alphabet from him on The Electric Company. Since then we've never seen a movie of his that we didn't enjoy. We don't know if the two things are related but you'll see what we mean about his movies in our Tribute to Morgan Freeman.

A Tribute to Gene Hackman

He's made a ton of movies with a ton of big name actors and he always seems to shine a little brighter that those around him. We'll analyze this phenomenon in our Tribute to Gene Hackman.

A Tribute to The Searchers

John Wayne is the searcher and Natalie Wood is the searchee in this movie that is often called the best Western ever made. We couldn't agree more. Enjoy our Tribute to The Searchers.

A Tribute to High Noon

He had to face the bad guys on his own but we won't desert you in our Tribute to the classic western High Noon.

A Tribute to She Wore a Yellow Ribbon

The third movie in John Ford's Calvary trilogy chronicles John Wayne's final days before retirement and is just as good as the other two: Rio Grande and Fort Apache. We spotlight them all in this Tribute to She Wore a Yellow Ribbon.

A Tribute to Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

Who are those guys? If you ask us they are two of the most charismatic movie outlaws of all time portrayed by two of the most charismatic actors of all time. But we'll let you be the judge in our Tribute to Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.

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