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1. The Hunter (1980)
2. Tom Horn (1980)
3. An Enemy of the People (1978)
4. Dixie Dynamite (1976)
5. The Towering Inferno (1974)
6. Papillon (1973)
7. The Getaway (1972)
8. Junior Bonner (1972)
9. On Any Sunday (1971)
10. Le Mans (1971)
11. The Reivers (1969)
12. Bullitt (1968)
13. The Thomas Crown Affair (1968)
14. The Sand Pebbles (1966)
15. Nevada Smith (1966)
16. The Cincinnati Kid (1965)
17. Baby The Rain Must Fall(1965)
18. Love With The Proper Stranger (1963)
19. Soldier In The Rain (1963)
20. The Great Escape (1963)
21. The War Lover (1962)
22. Hell Is For Heroes (1962)
23. The Honeymoon Machine (1961)
24. The Magnificent Seven (1960)
25. Never So Few (1959)
26. The Great St.Louis Bank Robbery (1959)
27. The Blob (1958)
28. Never Love A Stranger (1958)
29. Somebody Up There Likes Me (1956)
30. Girl On The Run (1953)

1. Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1959&60)
2. Wanted: Dead or Alive (1958-61)
3. Trackdown (1958)
4. Tales of Wells Fargo (1958)
5. Climax! (1958)
6. The 20th Century-Fox Hour (1957)
7. West Point (1957)
8. Studio One (1957) TV
9. The United States Steel Hour (1956)
10. Goodyear Television Playhouse (1955)
Nevada Smith
The best homevideo option for this film is DVD.
It is 16/9 enhanced and is presented in the films Original Aspect Ratio of 2.35:1
The Story

After the brutal murder of his mother and father, an innocent farm boy, Max Sands (played by McQueen), sets out on an epic trail of revenge that spans several years of his life. Slowly, he becomes more and more like the men he is hunting...

Tormented Soul.
McQueen was somewhat miscast in this film as a person of mixed Anglo-Indian descent. He was also obviously older than the boyish character he was portraying. What worked OK in The Blob in terms of obvious age inconsistencies does not work quite so well in this film.

As the story progresses the viewer can begin to ignore these inconsistencies, as we become wrapped up in a genuinely engaging story.

Brian Keith makes a worthwhile appearance in the role of Jonas Cord, Max's well meaning mentor.

Brian Keith (as Jonas Cord) teaches Max about the facts of life.
We journey with Max through his trail of revenge, as he slowly becomes his new persona and alias... 'Nevada Smith'.