The Magnificent Seven

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MGM Released 1960

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Director:
John Sturges
Released:
1960
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The Magnificent Seven is the 1960 Western adaptation of Akira Kurosawa's acclaimed Japanese martial arts action drama 'Seven Samurai,' featuring a Who's Who cast of legendary Western and action film stars. Eli Wallach (The Good, The Bad and The Ugly) plays Mexican bandit Calvera, who frequents a Mexican peasant village with his gang, raiding it for food and everything they have, so often that the villagers are fed up but too scared to do anything about it. To this end, they venture to an American trading post to try and rustle up some protection with personal items they have scrounged together for sale. Witnessing a tremendous feat of bravado by two obvious men of action, Chris Adams (Yul Brenner) and Vin Tanner (Steve McQueen), the farmers decide that these are their guys and although they take some convincing, they finally agree and set upon gathering the rest of their impromptu posse, which they will unite with to face the marauding Calvera. Also starring Charles Bronson, James Coburn and Robert Vaughan.moreless

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Action & Adventure

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Classics, Military & War