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James Caan as Alan Bourdillion Traherne -- "Tra-Who?" -- aka "Mississippi" in El Dorado 1966. "A horse will not step on a man." LOL.

played as Alan Bourdillion Traherne -- "Tra-Who?" -- aka "Mississippi" in El Dorado "A horse will not step on a man." A famous movie with John Wayne.

Michael Landon; Little Joe Cartwright                                              Classic TV Western Bonanza (And his beautiful horse!!)

Little Joe Cartwright Classic TV Western Bonanza (And his beautiful horse, Cochise!

Alan Ladd in Shane

For me one of the best western movies ever made. Great directing by George Stevens. But also great acting by Alan Ladd, Van Heflin, Jean Author & Jack Palance.

James Stewart as former bushwacker, now trail scout McLyntock in Bend of the River (1952). Courtesy Photofest.

James Stewart in Bend of the River (dir. by Anthony Mann), He looks much the same in most of his westerns; he insisted on wearing the same hat. This is one of his better westerns.

James Coburn's performances in Our Man Flint, In Like Flint, and The President's Analyst are enough to keep him in my favorites list forever.  Here are a few more of his films I've liked him in: The Loved One, The Great Escape, The Americanization of Emily, The Magnificent Seven, Hudson Hawk, and Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid.

James Coburn Picture I'm not sure what it is but he made my pulse speed up when he was on the screen. I liked him best when he was portraying suave and sensual characters.

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