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Vintage Hollywood - Classic Westerns 2 pk.

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Vintage Hollywood - Classic Westerns 2 pk.
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Run Time: 8 hours and 14 minutes
UPC: 033937081293
ISBN: 9781594646690

Saddle up for hours of pure family enjoyment with frontier adventures in McLintock!, One-Eyed Jacks, Santa Fe Trail, and Howard Hughes' The Outlaw, which was not released for two years (1943) due to censorship issues.

Vintage Hollywood: Classic Westerns

 

DVD 1:

 

McLintock!

George Washington McLintock is a cattle rancher who’s estranged from his wife, Katherine. After he hires comely Louise Warren as his cook, an unexpected turn of events ensues. McLintock!, loosely based on Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew, stars John Wayne and Maureen O’Hara.

Trivia: Promotional events for McLintock! were postponed for a week after President John F. Kennedy’s assassination. Released in 1963, Color, 127 minutes.

 

The Outlaw

When wounded gunfighter Quirt Evans (John Wayne) wanders onto their property, Quaker Thomas Worth and his family tend to the ailing man. Daughter Penny Worth (Jane Russell) becomes smitten by the fighter and endeavors to teach Evans about the family’s nonviolent beliefs.

Trivia: The Outlaw was finished in 1941, but not realased until 1943 because of censorship problems. Released in 1943, Black & White, 116 minutes.

 

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Santa Fe Trail

Under the shadow of looming Civil War, Jeb Stuart battles abolitionist John Brown and befriends George Custer (Ronald Reagan) – all while romancing Kit Carson Holliday.

Trivia: Coincidence? The movie premiered in Santa FE, New Mexico. Released in 1940, Black & White, 110 minutes.

 

One-Eyed Jacks

Thieves Dad Longworth (Karl Malden) and Rio (Marlon Brando) rob a bank; Dad makes off with the gold and Rio is captured. Rio goes to prison, escapes, and plots revenge against the fearful Dad, now a California sheriff.

Trivia: Stanley Kubrick was originally supposed to direct the film, but Marlon Brando replaced him. Brando’s inexperience was evident. Released in 1961, Color, 141 minutes.

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