16 people have so far voted. As you say, one voter right now has a lot of sway over the list; for example, Comanche Station (at position no. 39) could get to no. 20 with one #1 vote.
Apart from Johnny Guitar, what notable Westerns has he done? I had a quick look at imdb and none are immediately familiar.
My love for The True Story of Jesse James (cut around with as it is) blinded me to the fact that only Johnny Guitar is actually highly regarded.
3:10 to Yuma (remake)
Shanghai Noon (watched a few minutes while it was on TV)
Terror in a Texas Town (not sure)
3:10 to Yuma remake is a good, aggressive Western, but by no means a masterpiece of the best Western of the '00s. It's still worth a watch though. Shanghai Noon is a pretty funny Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson Western comedy, but it isn't the best in that sub-genre and neither is it Jackie Chan's finest hour (although it is his Best American film). Terror in a Texas Town is a low-budget B-movie that I haven't seen in years but sticks in my mind for its unusualness, in particular its climax. Certainly a recommend, as is Fritz Lang's Rancho Notorious, which I voted for, an excellent revenge-driven film.
I am still disappointed that Stagecoach did not chart higher.
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