Best Western Movies of 1992
William Munny is a retired, once-ruthless killer turned gentle widower and hog farmer. To help support his two motherless children, he accepts one last bounty-hunter mission to find the men who brutalized a prostitute. Joined by his former partner and a cocky greenhorn, he takes on a corrupt sheriff.
Far and Away
A young man leaves Ireland with his landlord's daughter after some trouble with her father, and they dream of owning land at the big giveaway in Oklahoma ca. 1893. When they get to the new land, they find jobs and begin saving money. The man becomes a local barehands boxer, and rides in glory until he is beaten, then his employers steal all the couple's money and they must fight off starvation in the winter, and try to keep their dream of owning land alive. Meanwhile, the woman's parents find out where she has gone and have come to America to find her and take her back.
Into the West
Accused of a crime they didn't commit, two city kids and a magical horse are about to become the coolest outlaws ever to ride Into The West.
The Last of His Tribe
The story of Ishi, the last survivor of the Yahi Indians of California. Befriended by an Anthropologist (Jon Voight) who is able to speak Ishi's language, he is a gold mine of information about his tribe's way of life. A doctor (David Ogden Stiers) broadens Ishi's horizons and is another friend in a largely unfriendly world.
The foul-mouthed, wheelchair-bound Mr. Rush introduces three adventure tales inspired by the EC Comics of the 1950s: "Showdown," "King of the Road," and "Yellow." This star-studded telefilm was an attempt to launch a second anthology series in the mold of "Tales from the Crypt." When the film failed to generate sufficient interest, the three tales were re-edited and shown as "Crypt" episodes.
Miracle in the Wilderness
While being pursued by the U.S. Cavalry, Indians and the white family they have kidnapped learn about each other.
Lucky Luke 2
Cowhairs want to drive farmers away from their lands. Luke takes matters into his own hands, and even Lotta's beauty and kindness can't hold him back. Signs suggest that there is also a third party in the background who benefits from the strife.
Mad at the Moon
A young woman on the frontier marries a meek farmer who has an annoying habit of going through a rather drastic change every full moon.
Four Eyes and Six-Guns
Ernest Albright opens his eyeglass store in what he thinks is a thriving community, but soon discovers that his store is just a shabby shack in Tombstone, Arizona. The town's Doom Brothers are trouble for everybody including Wyatt Earp, the sheriff. Ernest uses his own special brand of short-sighted shooting to help Wyatt rid the town of its worst citizens and live in peace.
Thriller about a former preacher, now a professional gambler, who heads down New Mexico way to visit an old buddy, only for him to be killed. It is not long before the Preacher is uncovering a hotbed of corruption and murder in the seemingly peaceful town, aptly named Farewell.
The Ballad of Kid Divine: The Cockney Cowboy
The Ballad of Kid Divine: The Cockney Cowboy is a very funny spaghetti western-Peckinpah-Leone pastiche that sees Michael Elphick's charlatan elixir seller, Neil Morrissey and Martin Clunes as the notorious and the not so notorious Irish bounty hunters all in pursuit of Kid Divine (Jesse Birdsall) a baby faced killer with a $25,000 price tag on his head.
Ned Blessing: The True Story Of My Life
A haggard cowboy reflects upon his life while awaiting his death.
Another Dirty Western
Watch as the West gets dirtied-up by Taylor Wane and her friends. This is one western that you won't forget. Introducing Daphne as a dirty western girl. It's about time somebody made a really good Dirty Western. It's a torrid story of passionate eroticism and lust in the wild and woolly Old West. Meanwhile, back at the ranch, the posse closes in on a spectacular orgy that would put all the really bad outlaws to shame.
The Broken Spur
An epic story set in the early western 1860s involving a working cowboy and a young Indian boy. As a child, Sandy Steele witnesses the death of his family at the hands of a brutal raiding Indian Party. Growing to manhood and working as a ranch foreman, Steele encounters the hand of fate when he is thrown together with Little Hawk, an Indian child whose family has just been killed by white men.
Wichita Slim is an ex-outlaw turned U.S. Marshal. His lightning draw is being used on the right side of the law—until the Dry Gulch Bank is robbed. Knocked unconscious during a shoot-out with the robbers, Slim loses his memory and is captured by his old outlaw gang. He rides along for a series of robberies but knows that something isn’t right. The Territorial Governor issues an ultimatum to Gospel Bill: “Bring Slim back—dead or alive.”