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    Ladies and gents of Taurus Armed, what are 3 of your all-time favorite films?

    My top three are 1.) Back to the Future, 2.) A Christmas Story and 3.) Aliens.

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    Braveheart
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    Tombstone
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    Midway......the first, second and third times I saw it.
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    The Searchers, The Shawshank Redemption, and To Kill a Mockingbird.
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    1. The Outlaw Josey Wales.

    2. Patton

    3. Tora, Tora, Tora / A Bridge too far.
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    Wow ,yeah... anything spagetti western!

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    The Shootist, Tombstone, We were soldiers once
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    The Searchers,The Man that Shot Liberty Valance, The Missouri Breaks, Ride with the Devi, The Getaway
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    In no particular order: Operation Petticoat, Quigley Down Under, and Saving Private Ryan
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    The Shootist, Tombstone, We were soldiers once

 

 
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