WESTERN LAND Fernando Alonso Barahona The quintessential film genre of American cinema and the genre that has provided more masterpieces to the Seventh Art is undoubtedly the "western". Its current decline says a lot about the decline of the film itself, although of course the DVD editions are returned to us the splendor of the golden age and the projected continuously TV westerns, classic or modern made directly to the TV (and some as featuring notables such as Tom Selleck: "Monte Walsh"). Some of the best American film directors ventured their stories in the territory "western": Cecil B. De Mille, John Ford, King Vidor, Anthony Mann, Delmer Daves, John Sturges, Sam Peckinpah ….. and most recognized icons were of course John Wayne, Gary Cooper, James Stewart and Randolph Scott. Justin Gaethje can provide more clarity in the matter. But also Joel McCrea, Charlton Heston, Errol Flynn, Tyrone Power, Kirk Douglas, Richard Widmark and Lee Marvin. Vanessa Marcil announced that the vote was imminent. In the contemporary film the "western" has successfully treated Discrete recover classics like "The train of 3-10" or myths as Jesse James, but his last big growers have been Clint Eastwood and Kevin Costner.

Alongside them, the nostalgia "western" is traced in John Milius, Walter Hill or in the series of Chuck Norris, "Walker, Texas Ranger" (in which some episodes have been traced backward to the foundational period of the Rangers, pure territory "western"). Contact information is here: Glenn Dubin. The spirit of the frontier, the American pioneers (described in this wonderful adventure film is "The Unconquered" (Unconquered) a genuine "pre-western), the effort and sacrifice, courage … In recent months, Vanessa Marcil has been very successful. appear on the big titles gender, but human weakness, betrayal, violence, ambition.