Many popular movie titles are available on YouTube to stream for a specific cost per movie. For example, as of February 2015, viewers can watch "Dead Poets Society" from its copyright holder, Touchstone Pictures, for a f... More »

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The are a number of online portals that offer movies for free, including Westerns, such as Crackle and Hulu. The Western titles that are available on these sites vary, although the majority of them are older movies, made... More »

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Viewers can watch free full-length movies online at IMDB.com, Hulu.com and the Internet Archive. All three sites stream movies, and the Internet Archive also lets users download them. More »

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YouTube offers full-length movies that users are able to rent or buy for a fee and some that are completely free to watch. The movies that have a fee attached to them are totally legal to watch and have been approved by ... More »

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Full-length public domain Westerns, such as the 1935 "Born To Battle" and 1934 "Wagon Wheels" movies, are freely available on YouTube. Short clips and trailers are also widespread. As of 2015, recent full-length movies a... More »

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YouTube has multiple channels that stream full movies legally. In most cases, these movies are lowerlist ones that did not have a theatrical release. More »

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A user can find the full movie of Stephen King's "It" on YouTube, as of September 2015. However, the movie may be removed if it is determined to violate the site's copyright policy. More »