"Ride the High Country" is one of my favorite westerns and it has several interesting weapons in it. Warren Oates carries a Remington Model 8, which jams on him in the final showdown. Oates discards it in disgust. LQ Jones has a Winchester 1895 carbine. John Anderson's long arm is a lever action rifle with a half magazine (not a "button" magazine). I assume it is a Winchester, but I might be wrong. I am too lazy at the moment to dig out the dvd to watch carefully.
There was an excellent movie with Gregory Peck "The Stalking Moon" They tried in that one but took a 94 Winchester and painted the receiver a brass color and removed the fore stock. Seen a lot of modern brass framed Henry Bigboy's in TV shows. Hell on Wheels was showing cavalry carrying them. Cavalry never carried lever actions. Also the main man was carrying a "Griswald" which was a cheap brass framed 1860 44. The Griswald's and Gunnison's were knock off of the 1851 36. Most often now when they try to show a mixture of genuine weapons they get mixed up in time frames.