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    Both very good movies.
    I definitely want 3:10 to Yuma. While I enjoyed the remake a lot, the original was better.
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    They made a number of excellent westerns in the 1950's of which these are two. I hope this leads to more of these 50's westerns getting the Blu-ray treatment. Would love to see Blu-rays of such colorful films as Gunfight at the OK Corral (Burt Lancaster/Kirk Douglas), Last Train From Gun Hill (Douglas again), Warlock (Henry Fonda/Richard Widmark), and those James Stewart films he made with Anthony Mann directing (i.e. Far Country, Bend of the River, Naked Spur) to name a few.

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