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4 James Stewart Westerns
Bend of the River ; The Far Country ; Night Passage ; The Rare Breed
Bend of the river: When a town boss confiscates homesteader's supplies after gold is discovered nearby, a tough cowboy risks his life to try and get it to them.--www.imdb.com (Aug. 28, 2012). The far country: A self-minded adventurer who locks horns with a crooked lawman while driving cattle to Dawson. It is one of the few Westerns, along with North to Alaska, to be set (not filmed) in Alaska. Night passage: The workers on the railroad haven't been paid in months --- that's because Whitey and his gang, including fast-shooting, dangerous, but likeable Utica Kid, keep holding up the train for its payroll. Grant McLaine, a former railroad employee who was fired in disgrace, is recruited to take the payroll through under cover. A young boy and a shoebox figure into the plot when Whitey's gang tries to hold up the train and Grant and the Kid meet again to settle an old score.--www.imdb.com (Aug. 28, 2012). The rare breed: A lawman is hired to hunt down the ruthless thief who stole $10,000 in a train robbery. But he's conflicted when he discovers there's just one catch-the thief is his fearsome brother.