The final shoot-out is held in a cemetery with three banditos -- Clint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef, and Eli Wallach.
The final battle is a standoff between Charles Bronson and Henry Fonda. A flashback explains Bronson's vendetta.
Kevin Costner and Robert Duvall take on land barons with six-shooters. Then townsfolk join in, for a fifteen-minute gunfight.
Wyatt Earp's famous showdown at the OK Corral isn't over till it's over: as the dust settles, one last cowboy reaches for his gun.
The violence ends with Gene Hackman looking down the barrel of Clint Eastwood's rifle. "I'll see you in hell," he says. Eastwood shoots.
The Duke goes out in a blaze of glory as a one-foot-in-the-grave gunfighter cut down in a barroom.
Two robbers -- bleeding and limping -- leap headlong to death, and the picture freezes, capturing them in their fearlessness.
When the clock strikes twelve, Gary Cooper is a man hell-bent on revenge. The shoot-out is a breathtaking battle against the odds.
Sam Peckinpah revolutionized the Western with a beautiful and brutal shoot-out that uses multiple cameras, varied speeds, and rapid edits.
In Sam Raimi's estrogen-powered Western, Sharon Stone guns down her father's killer (Gene Hackman).