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  • John Wayne "The Quiet Man" DVD (1953)
    Item #: 8WAM049
    John Ford's The Quiet Man celebrates one of Hollywood's most romantic and enduring epics. The first American feature to be filmed in Ireland's picturesque countryside, Ford richly imbued this masterpiece with his love of Ireland and its people. Sean Thornton (John Wayne) in an American boxer who swears off fighting after he accidentally kills an opponent in the ring. Returning to the Irish town of his youth, he purchases the home of his birth and finds happiness when he falls in love with the fiery Mary Kate (Maureen O'Hara). But her insistence that Sean conduct his courtship in a proper Irish manner with matchmaker Barry Fitzgerald along for the ride as "chaperone" is but one obstacle to their future happiness: the other is her brother (Victor McLaglen), who spitefully refuses to give his consent to their marriage, or to honor the tradition of paying a dowry to the husband. Sean could care less about dowries, he would've punched out the bullying McLaglen long ago if he hadn't sworn off fighting. But when Mary Kate accuses him of being a coward and walks out on him, Sean is finally ready to take matters into his own hands, the resulting fistfight erupts into the longest brawl ever filmed, followed by one of the most memorable reconciliations in movie history! The Quiet Man won a total of two Academy Awardsr including Best Director (Ford) and Best Cinematography and received five more nomination including Best Picture, Best Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor (McLaglen).

    Rated: NR
    Runtime: 129 Mins.
    Actors: John Wayne, Maureen O'Hara, Barry Fitzgerald, Ward Bond, Victor McLaglen

    Color

    Color

    When an American prize-fighter kills a man in the ring, he returns to the Irish village where he was born to find peace and there he meets and falls in love with the sister of the village bully.
    • $24.99
  • John Wayne Rooster Cogburn DVD (1975)
    Item #: 8WAM044
    John Wayne returned to the role that won him an Oscar in this sequel to the western classic "True Grit". Rooster Cogburn (Wayne) has once again been stripped of his badge after some questionable behavior with his gun, but he's given the chance to earn it back after an especially appalling crime demands an experienced lawman. A gang of violent and ruthless criminals, led by Hawk (Richard Jordan) and Breed (Anthony Zerbe), have stolen a shipment of explosive nitroglycerine and cut a swath through a village led by a preacher and his flock. The preacher died, along with many others, and his daughter, Eula Goodnight (Katharine Hepburn), is determined that the outlaws will be brought to justice. Cogburn is given the task of tracking down the criminals, but he's less than enthusiastic about the fact Goodnight insists on tagging along. Rooster Cogburn marked the first (and last) time John Wayne and Katharine Hepburn would work together on screen; it was also the final film from noted producer Hal Wallis.

    Studio: UNIVERSAL STUDIOS HOME ENT.
    Rated: PG
    Runtime: 1 Hour 48 Minutes
    Street Date: 5/11/2010
    Features: Color
    • $12.97
  • John Wayne "Chisum" DVD (1970)
    Item #: 8WAM031
    1970

    "Chisum" showcases John Wayne in the twilight of his remarkable 200+-film career. As John Chisum, a real-life cattle king determined to protect his empire against a land-grabbing developer (Forrest Tucker). Wayne's no-nonsense persona snugly fits this lively reworking of the events of New Mexico's 1878 Lincoln County War. Directed in fine sagebrush style by Andrew V. McLaglen and beautifully photographed by William H. Clothier (The Warner Bros. Story), "Chisum" is the kind of sweeping, brawling Western that made Wayne endure as a star.

    Rating: G
    Region: NTSC Encoded
    Runtime: 111 minutes
    • $5.97
  • John Wayne "The Greatest Story Ever Told" DVD (1965)
    Item #: 8WAM056
    "A magnificent film, handled with reverence, artistic appreciation and admirable restraint" (NewYork Daily News), this glorious epic is an inspiring, grand-scale recreation of the life of Jesus of Nazareth, from His humble birth and teachings to His crucifixion and ultimate Resurrection. Lavishly produced at a cost of $20 millionan enormous amount for the timeand honored with five 1965 Academy Award® nominations*, this exceptional motion picture is exquisitely beautiful. Now fully restored to its original theatrical brilliance with intermission and overture, it is truly The Greatest Story Ever Told.
    "A soaring achievement" (Associated Press), this glorious epic is an inspiring, grand scale recreation of the life of Jesus of Nazareth, from His humble birth and teachings to His crucifixion and ultimate Resurrection.

    Starring: Max von Sydow, Michael Anderson Jr., Carroll Baker, Ina Balin, Pat Boone, Victor Buono, Richard Conte, Joanna Dunham, Jose Ferrer, Van Heflin, Charlton Heston, Martin Landau, Angela Lansbury, Janet Margolin, David McCallum, Roddy McDowall, Dorothy McGuire, Sal Mineo, Nehemiah Persoff, Donald Pleasence, Sidney Poitier, Claude Rains, Gary Raymond, Telly Savalas, Paul Stewart, John Wayne, Shelley Winters, Ed Wynn, Robert Blake
    Studio: MGM/UA HOME VIDEO (FOX)
    Rated: G
    Runtime: 199 mins.
    DVD Release Date: 2009
    Color, WideScreen
    • $12.97
  • John Wayne  "North to Alaska" DVD (1960)
    Item #: 8WAM050
    John Wayne and Stewart Granger strike it rich in this sprawling, brawling comedy-adventure set in the rowdy heydey of the Alaskan gold rush. When prospectors Sam McCord (Wayne) and George Pratt (Granger) finally hit the mother lode, George asks Sam to go to Seattle and fetch his sweetheart, Jennie, but she's already married someone else. Heartbroken for his buddy's sake, Sam visits a saloon, meets dancer (Capucine) and invites her back to Nome as Jennie's replacement - the plan goes perfectly until Sam falls in love with her too!

    Studio: 20TH CENTURY FOX
    Rated: NR
    Runtime: 122 mins.
    DVD Street Date: 2004
    Color, WideScreen
    Bonus Features:
    *Feature - Widescreen *Theatrical Trailer *Movie Tone News: ""North To Alaska"" Premiere Besieged By B'Way Throngs *Fox Flix: "The Comancheros" & The Undefeated
    Audio: English
    Dolby Surround 4.0
    Mono Language: Spanish & French
    Dubbed: English, Spanish, & French
    Subtitled: Spanish
    • $12.97
  • John Wayne "True Grit" DVD (1969)
    Item #: 8WAM039
    1969

    Written by Marguerite Roberts and directed by Henry Hathaway. The first adaptation of Charles Portis' 1968 novel True Grit. John Wayne stars as U.S. Marshal Rooster Cogburn and won his only Academy Award for his performance in this film. Wayne reprised his role as Cogburn in the 1975 sequel Rooster Cogburn.

    After Frank Ross (John Pickard) is murdered in January 1878 by his hired hand, Tom Chaney (Jeff Corey), in Fort Smith, Arkansas, Ross' 14-year-old daughter Mattie (Kim Darby) travels to Fort Smith and hires the aging U.S. Marshal Reuben "Rooster" J. Cogburn (John Wayne). Mattie has heard that, despite his vices and missing eye, Cogburn has "true grit". She gives Rooster a down payment to track down Chaney, who has taken up with "Lucky" Ned Pepper (Robert Duvall), a gang leader whom Rooster once shot in a gunfight. The pair must head into Indian Territory (Oklahoma). Mattie buys a horse for this, after collecting money from a horse trader. They are joined by a young Texas Ranger, La Boeuf (Glen Campbell), who hopes to collect a $1,500 reward for capturing Chaney, much more than Mattie is offering Cogburn.

    Wayne won a Golden Globe and the Academy Award for Best Actor. Upon accepting his Oscar, Wayne said, "Wow! If I'd known that, I'd have put that patch on 35 years earlier." The title song, by composer Elmer Bernstein and lyricist Don Black, and sung by Glen Campbell who co-starred in the movie, received nominations for both the Academy Award for Best Song and the Golden Globe.[Description from Freebase]

    Rating: G
    Runtime: 128
    Region: NTSC Encoded
    DVD Release Date: 2007
    • $12.97
  • John Wayne "How the West Was Won" (Ultimate Collector's Edition) DVD (1962)
    Item #: 8WAM052
    "How the West Was Won" is a 1962 American epic-western film. The picture was one of the last "old-fashioned" epic films made by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer to enjoy great success. Set between 1839 and 1889, it follows four generations of a family (starting as the Prescotts) as they move ever westward, from western New York state to the Pacific Ocean. Henry Fonda, Gregory Peck, Debbie Reynolds, James Stewart and John Wayne are among the big names in this big saga following a family's move West through generations - marked by the spectacles of a heart-pounding raging river ride, a thunderous buffalo stampede and a bracing runaway train shootout. Via technological advances, this panoramic winner of three Academy Awards can now be seen with a resplendent, restored clarity eliminating its original "three- panel join lines" and in roof-raising Dolby 5.1 audio. Westward ho!

    Studio: WARNER HOME VIDEO
    Rated: G
    Runtime: 162 Mins
    DVD Release Date: 11/2/2010
    Format: AC-3, Collector's Edition, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Original recording remastered, Restored, Special Edition, Widescreen
    Language: English
    Subtitles: English, French, Spanish, Japanese, Thai
    Region: NTSC
    Aspect Ratio: 2.55:1
    Number of discs: 3
    • $19.97
  • John Wayne "The War Wagon" DVD (1967)
    Item #: 8WAM037
    1967

    John Wayne teams with Kirk Douglas in this horse opera about an impenetrable stagecoach chock-full of gold bullion. The Duke plays a disenfranchised rancher planning to swipe the gold from a ruthless cattle baron who bilked him out of his land. And with help from gunfighter Douglas, dynamite expert Robert Walker Jr., Indian Howard Keel and codger Keenan Wynn, Wayne may pull it off.

    Studio: UNIVERSAL STUDIOS HOME ENT.
    Rated: NR
    Runtime: 1 Hour 41 Minutes
    DVD Release Date: 2005
    Color
    PRODUCTION AND TECHNICAL NOTES:
    Aspect Ratio: Cinemascope (2.35:1)
    Presentation: Wide Screen
    Features: Production notes; Cast and filmmakers' bios; Film highlights; Theatrical trailer
    Language: English, French, Spanish
    SubTitles: Spanish
    • $12.97
  • John Wayne "The Comancheros" DVD (1961)
    Item #: 8WAM059
    John Wayne is Capt. Jake Cutter, a Texas Ranger determined to crush a powerful outlaw gang that's selling guns to the Indians. Cutter is also trying to bring in gambler Paul Regret (Stuart Whitman), who's wanted for murder. Both missions get entangled when Cutter crosses paths with Regret unexpectedly, and the men form an unlikely friendship while Regret decides which side of the law he's really on. Co-starring Ina Balin, Nehemiah Persoff and Lee Marvin, "The Comancheros" is a rousing western, and the last film of director Michael Curtiz.

    Bonus Features:
    *Feature - Widescreen *Theatrical trailer *Spanish trailer *Movie Tone News: Claude King and Tillman Franks receive award for ""Comancheros"" *Fox Flix: North to Alaska & The Undefeated Studio: 20TH CENTURY FOX
    Rated: NR
    Runtime: 107 minutes Street Date: 5/11/2004 Features:Wide Screen
    Audio: English: Dolby Surround 4.0 / Spanish & French: Mono Language: Dubbed: English, Spanish, & French / Subtitled: Spanish Theatrical Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
    • $12.97
  • John Wayne "Rio Bravo" DVD (1959)
    Item #: 8WAM029
    When it comes down to naming the best Western of all time, the list usually narrows to three completely different pictures: John Ford's The Searchers, Howard Hawks's Red River, and Hawks's Rio Bravo. About the only thing they all have in common is that they all star John Wayne. But while The Searchers is an epic quest for revenge and Red River is a sweeping cattle-drive drama ("Take 'em to Missouri! Yeeee-hah!"), Rio Bravo is on a much more modest scale. Basically, it comes down to Sheriff John T. Chance (Wayne), his sobering-up alcoholic friend Dude (Dean Martin), the hotshot new kid Colorado (Ricky Nelson), and deputy-sidekick Stumpy (Walter Brennan), sittin' around in the town jail, drinkin' black cofee, shootin' the breeze, and occasionally, singin' a song. Hawks--who, like his pal Ernest Hemingway, lived by the code of "grace under pressure"--said he made Rio Bravo as a rebuke to High Noon, in which sheriff Gary Cooper begged for townspeople to help him. So, Hawks made Wayne's Sheriff Chance a consummate professional--he may be getting old and fat, but he knows how to do his job, and he doesn't want amateurs getting mixed up in his business; they could get hurt.

    Starring: Starring: John Wayne, Dean Martin, Ricky Nelson, Angie Dickinson, Walter Brennan, Chuck Roberson, Claude Akins, Dean Smith, Estelita Rodriguez, Eugene Iglesias, Harry Carey Jr., Ward Bond
    Rating: PG
    Running Time: 144 minutes
    Region: NTSC Encoded
    DVD Release Date: 2010
    Color
    • $12.97
  • John Wayne "The Searchers" DVD (1956)
    Item #: 8WAM030
    1956

    Directed by John Ford, based on the 1954 novel by Alan Le May, and set during the Texas–Indian Wars. John Wayne stars as a middle-aged Civil War veteran who spends years looking for his abducted niece (Natalie Wood), along with Jeffrey Hunter as his adoptive nephew, who accompanies him.

    • $12.97
  • John Wayne "Hondo" Special Collector's Edition DVD (1953)
    Item #: 8WAM054
    Apache war drums sound an ominous warning for an isolated female rancher and her young son in this exciting and memorable John Wayne classic.
    Wayne plays Hondo Lane, a cavalry rider who becomes the designated protector of the strong-willed Angie Lowe (Geraldine Page) as well as a father figure to her boy, Johnny (Lee Aaker). Angie, determinedly awaiting the return of her brutish husband (Leo Gordon), refuses to leave their homestead despite the growing danger from nearby warring Native American tribes. And she finds herself growing more and more enthralled with this stranger, Hondo - a man hardened by experience but still capable of sympathy, kindness and love.
    Ward Bond, Michael Pate, James Arness and Rodolfo Acosta co-star; Page received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress in this, one of her first film roles.

    Rating: NR
    Runtime: 83 mins.
    Region:NTSC
    DVD Release Date: 2005
    Color
    BONUS FEATURES:
    - Commentary by Leonard Maltin, Frank Thompson (Western Historian) and Lee Aaker
    - Special Introduction by Leonard Maltin
    - The Making of Hondo
    - Profile: James Edward Grant
    - The Apache
    - The John Wayne Stock Company: Ward Bond
    - From the Batjac Vaults
    - Original Theatrical Trailer
    • $7.49
  • John Wayne "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon" DVD (1949)
    Item #: 8WAM042
    A masterpiece of mood and heroics, this second film in director John Ford's renowned cavalry trilogy (Fort Apache and Rio Grande are the others) features one of John Wayne's most moving performances as a cavalry officer in his final week of service on the frontier. Under makeup aging him some 20 years, he inhabits the role of a wily veteran who knows the sting of war and vows to make his last mission one of peace. The ritual of outpost life, the sweep of battle, the advance of the patrol beneath ominous skies: She Wore a Yellow Ribbon, an Academy Award winner for its color cinematography, paints a memorable portrait of the honor, duty and courage in the finest tradition of the cavalry. And of Ford filmmaking.

    Studio: WARNER HOME VIDEO
    Rated: NA
    Runtime: 103 Mins.
    DVD Release Date: 2007
    Color
    • $12.97
  • John Wayne "Reap the Wild Wind" DVD (1942)
    Item #: 8WAM048
    Cecil B. DeMille's Technicolor historical spectacle "Reap the Wild Wind" was to have starred Gary Cooper, but Cooper's prior commitment to Goldwyn's Pride of the Yankees compelled DeMille to recast the leading role with John Wayne. The film, set in the mid-19th century, centers around Key West, Florida, where piracy reigns unchecked. Wayne plays the captain of a salvage business, working on behalf of Raymond Massey to rescue valuables from the merchant ships wrecked by pirates. During one expedition, Wayne is rescued from drowning by Paulette Goddard, the hoydenish manager of a rival salvage firm. Goddard arranges for Wayne to go to work for her boss, Ray Milland, and a romantic rivalry ensues. Later on, Goddard's cousin Susan Hayward is lost at sea when her ship is attacked by pirates. Wayne is accused of engineering the wreck, thanks to the duplicity of Massey, the real brains of the pirate operation. Wayne and Milland both don deep-sea diving gear and swim to the bottom in search of evidence. When Milland is attacked by an octopus, Wayne saves his rival's life at the expense of his own. Massey is exposed, and Milland wins Goddard. Essentially a standard maritime meller, Reap the Wild Wind takes on the veneer of importance thanks to DeMille's epic treatment of the material. Though competition is fierce, Ray Milland steals the show with a truly offbeat characterization (he even gets to indulge in a little ventriloquism!) Hal Erickson

    Studio: UNIVERSAL STUDIOS HOME ENT.
    Rated: NR
    Runtime: 2 Hours 4 Minutes
    DVD Release Date: 2003
    Color
    PRODUCTION AND TECHNICAL NOTES:
    Aspect Ratio: Pre-1954 Standard (1.33.1)
    Presentation: Pan & Scan
    Sound: Dolby Digital
    • $14.97
  • John Wayne "Fort Apache" DVD (1948)
    Item #: 8WAM057
    The soldiers at Fort Apache may disagree with the tactics of their glory-seeking new commander. But to a man, they're duty-bound to obey - even when it means almost certain disaster. John Wayne, Henry Fonda and many familiar supporting players from master director John Ford's "stock company" saddle up for the first film in the director's famed cavalry trilogy (She Wore a Yellow Ribbon and Rio Grande are the others). Roughhouse camaraderie, sentimental vignettes of frontier life, massive action sequences staged in Monument Valley - all are part of Fort Apache. So is Ford's exploration of the West's darker side. Themes of justice, heroism and honor that Ford would revisit in later Westerns are given rein in this moving, thought-provoking film that, even as it salutes a legend, gives reasons to question it.

    Studio: WARNER HOME VIDEO
    Rated: NR
    Runtime: 128 Mins.
    Features: B&W
    • $12.97
  • John Wayne "3 Godfathers" DVD (1948)
    Item #: 8WAM061
    1948

    Fugitive bank robbers Robert (John Wayne), William (Harry Carey Jr.) and Pedro (Pedro Armendariz) stand at a desert grave. Caring for the newborn infant of the woman they just buried will ruin any chance of escape. But they won't go back on their promise to her. They won't abandon little Robert William Pedro. Director John Ford's Western retelling of the Biblical Three Wise Men tale remains a scenic and thematic masterpiece. Ford adds color to his feature-film palette, capturing stunning vistas via cinematographer Winton Hoch, who would win two of his three Academy Awards * for Ford films. Again, populist-minded Ford asserts that even men of dissolute character can follow that inner star of Bethlehem to their own redemption.

    Studio: WARNER HOME VIDEO
    Rated: NA
    Runtime: 106 Mins.
    Region: NTSC Encoded
    DVD Release Date: 2007
    Color
    • $12.97
  • John Wayne 2-DVD Tin
    Item #: 8WAM232
    Two-Sided Disc 1: 2 Features (Blue Steel / Rainbow Valley) - Single-Sided Disc 2: 1 Feature (Randy Rides Alone)
    • $19.99
  • John Wayne "Blue Steel" and "Angel & the Badman" (DVD Set)
    Item #: 8WAM036
    A pair of classic Hollywood Westerns starring John Wayne.

    "Blue Steel" (1934) stars Wayne as a marshall who has to save a town from being terrorized by land speculators who know that the town lies on top of valuable gold deposits.

    "Angel and the Badman"(1947) has Wayne as a hard-bitten outlaw who falls in love with a Quaker girl and decides to change his ways.

    Studio: ECHO BRIDGE HOME ENTERTAINMENT
    Rated: NA
    Runtime: 2 Hours, 36 Mins.
    Street Date: 1/1/1980
    Color
    • $5.97
  • John Wayne Hellfighters DVD
    Item #: 8WAM055
    John Wayne Hellfighters DVD
    • $14.97
  • John Wayne "Magnificent Seven/The Alamo" Double Feature DVD
    Item #: 8WAM229
    1960

    A sprawling, unabashedly patriotic spectacle, John Wayne's The Alamo provides the definitive motion-picture representation of the 13-day siege that enabled Texas to secure its independence from Mexico. This 1960 epic, a deeply personal project that obsessed Wayne for years and sapped his personal fortune, plays fast-and-loose with historical reality; nonetheless, it admirably conveys the indomitable spirit of the martyred "Texicans" whose heroic defense of an old mission in San Antonio bought precious time for the burgeoning rebel army that ultimately defeated Mexican general Santa Anna. Wayne, who produced and directed the picture (reportedly with some assistance from his old friend and mentor, John Ford), plays Davy Crockett to Richard Widmark's Jim Bowie and Laurence Harvey's William Travis. The battle scenes are lavishly mounted and impeccably staged, but there's more to The Alamo than gunsmoke and cannon fire: James Edward Grant's script is peppered with stirring odes to democracy, and Dimitri Tiomkin complements Wayne's images with one of his most evocative musical scores. (Hal Erickson)

    Studio: MGM/UA HOME VIDEO (FOX) Rated: NR
    Runtime: 2 Hours 42 Minutes
    Region: NTSC Encoded
    DVD Release Date: 2005
    Color
    • $19.99