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"They were seven - And they fought like seven hundred!"
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A Mexican village is attacked where bandits steal food and supplies from the villagers. The bandits are led by a man named Calvera who vowed to return for more items in the future. The remaining villagers go to the American border to seek protection. There they meet a man named Chris who listens to their situation. He proposes a solution in which the village will benefit by hiring more gunmen to defend the village. Initially he agrees to find them men, but decides to actually provide protection himself. After making this decision he decides to recruit six other gunmen to help him and the villagers. The men he recruits include an inexperienced gunman named Chico, Harry Luck, Vin, Bernardo O'Reilly, Britt and Lee. Once these men are recruited they set out to defend the village and eliminate Calvera and his fellow bandits. When the seven gunmen arrive at the village they begin training the villagers. While at the village they begin to bond with them. The seven gunmen form friendly ties with some women and children. Eventually Calvera and his bandits arrive at the village and a gun battle ensues. The seven gunmen fight to the finish. The three surviving gunmen leave the village and leave in peace.

The Magnificent Seven is an Western movie that was released in 1960 and has a run time of 2 hr 8 min. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.7 and a MetaScore of 74.

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| 1960 | 2 hr 8 min | 7.7/10 | 74/100
Yul Brynner, Eli Wallach, Steve McQueen, Horst Buchholz
John Sturges
Produced By
John Sturges