List of Western movies/films with performances by Audie Murphy, listed alphabetically with movie trailers when available. These Audie Murphy Western roles include starring, supporting and cameo appearances. You can sort these Audie Murphy Western movies for additional information as well, such as who directed the films and when they were released. Over the years Audie Murphy has become known for playing characters in Western movies, so this list is the perfect resource for finding some you haven't already seen.
List is made up of a variety of movies, including The Unforgiven and Night Passage.
This list answers the questions, "What Western movies has Audie Murphy been in?" and "What are the best Audie Murphy Western roles?"You can't vote on this list, but if you want to re-order it you can re-rank the list to put your favorites at the top. (22 items)
40 Guns to Apache Pass is a 1967 Western film directed by William Witney and starring Audie Murphy. The picture was Murphy's last leading role and the final film of Robert E. Kent Productions. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Audie Murphy, Kenneth MacDonald, Michael Burns, Kenneth Tobey, Michael Blodgett, + more
Directed by: William Witneysee more on 40 Guns to Apache Pass
Bullet for a Badman is a 1964 western film based on the story by Marvin H. Albert, written by Mary Willingham and Willard W. Willingham, and directed by R. G. Springsteen. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Audie Murphy, Alan Hale, Jr., Darren McGavin, Ruta Lee, + more
Directed by: Robert G. Springsteensee more on Bullet for a Badman
Destry is a 1954 western starring Mari Blanchard, Audie Murphy, and Thomas Mitchell. The third film version of Max Brand's Destry Rides Again, this 1954 version is closer to the 1939 Marlene Dietrich and James Stewart film version than it is to the Brand original. Indeed, Halliwell's Film Guide calls it an "almost scene-for-scene remake." George Marshall directed both versions. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Audie Murphy, Alan Hale, Jr., Edgar Buchanan, Mary Wickes, + more
Directed by: George Marshallsee more on Destry