The Magnificent Seven

  • 1960
  • Movie
  • R
  • Western

Very nearly a classic, this Americanization of Akira Kurosawa's THE SEVEN SAMURAI does a good job of mirroring the major themes and attitudes of the original while re-creating that monumental film in an occidental setting. However, Sturges's film fails to present its heroes with the style, grace, and dignity that Kurosawa accords his samurai warriors. Nevertheless...read more

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00:51 — A Mexican village hires gunmen to defend them from a gang of bandits. Terrific American version of "The Seven Samurai"!

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Fri Apr 27 8:00pm
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Western version of Akira Kurosawa's "The Seven Samurai," about a group of American gunfighters who are hired to defend the beleaguered peasants of a Mexican village from the ravages of outlaws led by a nefarious bandit.

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The Magnificent Seven TCM

Western version of Akira Kurosawa's "The Seven Samurai," about a group of American gunfighters who are hired to defend the beleaguered peasants of a Mexican village from the ravages of outlaws led by a nefarious bandit.

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  • Review: Very nearly a classic, this Americanization of Akira Kurosawa's THE SEVEN SAMURAI does a good job of mirroring the major themes and attitudes of the original while re-creating that monumental film in an occidental setting. However, Sturges's film fails to… (more)

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