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Classic Western Movies
Entertainment Magazine On Line (EMOL.org) has been a legitimate resource of legal and free public domain movies for over nine years.
Since these free cowboy movies are now in the public domain, their copyright has expired. That means the movies can be downloaded, traded, edited or save on any electronic device. Choose a movie title, then select a playing speed. The movies may take a few moments before they start to play. Read more about how to watch free movies on your PC and mobile.
How to watch and download Western Movies from the Internet
Watch Western Movies: The best free source to watch western movies on your PC or mobile device without paying fees is at archive.org. Search for their list of western movies.
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Download Western Movies: There are several web sources that provide some public domain films to download. The most popular is archive.org where you can search for movies by title. Find out more how to download free movies.
Mobile: Movies that are downloaded from the Internet can also be transferred to a mobile device like an iPod, iPhone or Android. Most movies on the web are streaming movies and do not require downloading. Watching on a mobile device may incur cellular charges. Learn methods to watch movies on mobile devices without cell charges.
History of Western Movies
The Western frontier of the U.S., in most films, usually takes place west of the Mississippi and often in Arizona.
Some of these free western videos are a collection of popular movies filmed near Old Tucson, Arizona- a movie studio west of Tucson, Arizona.
The first western film was the 1903 movie "The Great Train Robbery," a silent film directed by Edwin S. Porter and starring Broncho Billy Anderson. The film's popularity opened the door for Anderson to become the screen's first cowboy star, making several hundred Western movie shorts.
So popular was the genre that he soon had competition in the form of William S. Hart. The golden age of the western film is epitomized by the work of two directors: John Ford (who often used John Wayne for lead roles) and Howard Hawks. (some content from wikipedia: Western Movies)
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Arizona's Gold Rush
The Santa Catalina mountains, north of Tucson, Arizona has been experiencing a gold rush for hundreds of years. Explore the historical records that account for some of the gold extracted during Arizona's Gold Rush. Watch videos and read about the history of the gold rush of Arizona.
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