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Clint came upon a scene where the mother was tending to her dead family, from an indian attack, who are lying there and she's talking to them and dressing them, and iirc Clint helps bury them then leaves them all there and moves on. I'm pretty sure it was a Clint Eastwood western, but am not certain it was Josey Wales.
 
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Not Josey Wales. You may mean "Jeremiah Johnson". When he comes upon the cabin in the hills.

A jaded veteran of the Mexican War (1846–48), Jeremiah Johnson (Robert Redford) seeks solace and refuge in the West. He aims to take up the life of a mountain man, supporting himself in the Rocky Mountains as a trapper. His first winter in the mountain country is a difficult one;

In his travels, he comes across a small cabin whose inhabitants were apparently attacked by Blackfoot warriors, leaving only a woman and her uncommunicative son as survivors. The woman, maddened by grief, forces Johnson to adopt her son.


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Not Josey Wales. You may mean "Jeremiah Johnson". When he comes upon the cabin in the hills.

A jaded veteran of the Mexican War (1846–48), Jeremiah Johnson (Robert Redford) seeks solace and refuge in the West. He aims to take up the life of a mountain man, supporting himself in the Rocky Mountains as a trapper. His first winter in the mountain country is a difficult one;

In his travels, he comes across a small cabin whose inhabitants were apparently attacked by Blackfoot warriors, leaving only a woman and her uncommunicative son as survivors. The woman, maddened by grief, forces Johnson to adopt her son.
That's it - thanks.

I was watching this yt video - Heifetz Master Class, and the lady looks like the crazy woman in those scenes (Allyn Ann McLerie).
 
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Wow.

This looks like a great movie! Neither Netflix or Amazon carry it, but it is available to rent on iTunes for $2.99. Will give me something to watch tonight while I have the finals of American Ninja Warrior on in the background.


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Jeez, Ronin, you've never seen Jeremiah Johnson?!? You better remedy that pretty pronto


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Jeez, Ronin, you've never seen Jeremiah Johnson?!? You better remedy that pretty pronto


I know I know! Just rented it, will watch tonight.


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Jeez, Ronin, you've never seen Jeremiah Johnson?!? You better remedy that pretty pronto
I know I know! Just rented it, will watch tonight.
Let us know how you liked it. One of my favorites when I still watched tv.
 
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It is one of my favorites...




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Holy Cow!!!!! This movie is a classic. I thought everyone had seen this. But then again I grew up looking at Dixie Gun Works catalogs and live a little over an hour north of Friendship, IN. Home of the National Muzzleloaders Rifle Ass. spring and fall national matches.
 
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Didn't bury the stones deep enough. Saw it right off! Or something like that. What a great movie. So many good extras in it too.



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Jeremiah Johnson is a fine movie. Maybe not as good as Josey Wales, but it doesn't miss it by much.

Will Geer is great in it as the old trapper.




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Classic!

Let us know what you thought of it.
 
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The producers wanted to find a good American to play Jeremiah Johnson - but they settled for Robert Redford. Big Grin
 
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