If you want to see examples of how Westerns should be made then pick up this collection that entails three of the best. Some of the films are underappreciated and should be seen by true fans of Westerns. There is a variety even though they are all Westerns in that one is a classic, one is the first Western filmed in Cinemascope and one is a Western-Noir.
Rawhide directed by Henry Hathaway:
A mail stagecoach is on a run from California to St. Louis and the two staff are warned of four dangerous outlaws in the area. The driver (played by William Haade) decides to stay in the town they