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    I haven't seen any westerns and am looking forward to Unforgiven, Tombstone, Silverado and the others you mentioned. I think you guys did a good job of giving off the feeling and impression of the movie without ruining any of the plot.

    When does the anime edition of the movies discussion podcast come out?
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    Ha.

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    @Andrew, definitely check out some lesser known westerns as well. The Proposition is an awesome Aussie western worth checking out, and Bone Tomahawk is a probably the best recent western out there (warning: there is a very graphic scene near the end.)

    Also check out Stagecoach, THE iconic western masterpiece.

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    Just got done with Tombstone. Man, there was not a dull moment that entire movie. That was excellent.

    Also, I never realized how good-looking Val Kilmer was. I can see why Tom Cruise fell in love with him on the set of Top Gun.
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    How do you train a horse not to panic around gunshots? Just shoot nearer and nearer to them until they get used to it?
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    You pick one that's not bothered by it too much, and then use the S/R/A cycle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewLewis View Post
    How do you train a horse not to panic around gunshots? Just shoot nearer and nearer to them until they get used to it?
    Along those lines, I just learned that when the Amish (around here) get Trotters (?) from the racetracks to pull their buggies, they first acclimate them to the traffic by tying them up to a post near the road for some weeks. (Two or more, I donít know).

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    Enjoyed the podcast, even though I havenít seen many of the movies discussed(outside of Tombstone). I didnít hear Open Range mentioned - definitely a favorite of mine.

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