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Product Details

  • Actors: John Wayne, Yakima Canutt, George ", Gabby", Hayes
  • Directors: Three Features
  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: October 21, 2008
  • Run Time: 155 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (88 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001IBCS00
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #556,088 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Special Features


Editorial Reviews

U.S. Marshal John Carruthers (John Wayne) is on the hunt for the Polka Dot Bandit (Yakima Canutt), who has just made off with a four thousand dollar payroll. After teaming up with the local sheriff (George "Gabby" Hayes), the lawmen track the Bandit to a recent supply train robbery. The supplies were headed for Yucca City, and now that the townspeople are facing starvation, they must consider abandoning their homesteads. Out of the blue, town mogul Malgrove (Edward Peil) steps forward and offers to buy property from anyone who wants to sell--and while it seems like a generous offer, Carruthers smells a rat.

Undercover agent John Martin (John Wayne) is assigned to protect the men building a road in Rainbow Valley from a rough and ready gang who claims ownership of the territory and whose main interest lies in the region's gold mines. When Martin discovers that the gang is plotting to blow up the road with dynamite, he devises a way to use it to his advantage and finish the road while putting a stop to the gang for good. Also starring George Hayes and Lucille Browne.

When Randy Bowers (John Wayne) unwittingly waltzes into a saloon full of dead men, it looks as though the massacre will be pinned on him. Exposing the true killers is his only hope of avoiding the hangman's noose, so he sets a trap and winds up coming face to face with a mute hunchback (George "Gabby" Hayes) who isn't all he appears to be... Also starring Yakima Canutt and Alberta Vaughn.

Lead Safe, Kid Safe

Customer Reviews

This was a gift for my husband's birthday, and he loved it.
It would be nice to know a little about this movie , there is no info about it here.
david harrell
This box set makes a great addition to any home DVD library.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

122 of 127 people found the following review helpful By stevieyz19 on March 20, 2006
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
For diehard John Wayne fans, this is a true treat. 20 movies for about .55 apiece. Granted 18 of them are 'B' westerns from Lone Star that are at times cheesy. But 2 are a couple of gems. Angel and the Badman is the first John Wayne movie I ever saw and what made me want to watch more. The other is McLintock, which is so politically incorrect regarding the roles of men and women for this day and age, but still is a hoot to watch. The only caution I have is regarding the quality of the pictures. I've watched a few of the earlier films in the package and in places the picture is bad, blurry, and jumpy. But you have to realize that the films are over 70 years old now. The fact that they are still available at all is fantastic. If you're a casual fan, I would say this is not for you. You'll get tired if you watch these films one after another of the same sets or the oddity of only one woman ever in town, who of course John always gets. If you're a avid fan, you'll treasure them, blurry pictures and all.
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105 of 109 people found the following review helpful By William L. Newman on July 15, 2006
Format: DVD
I found this and jumped on it. As already stated the Lone Star movies are old and they have not been restored. [Package says Digitally remastered] The worst thing is that they have been edited. Most [not all] of the run times are from 2 to 7 minutes short. On a movie that last only 55 to 59 minutes that can change the movie. I bought this for RAINBOW VALLEY. This movie's original runtime was 52 minutes. On this DVD it runs 47 minutes.

If you are trying to collect the full movie pass this by. If you don't care and want to watch some classic Duke it's a good price.

Too bad they spent more on packaging it than they did on production.
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42 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Benjamin J Burgraff VINE VOICE on May 12, 2005
Format: DVD
While a Western 'purist' would certainly prefer seeing a 'dream' boxed set of John Ford/John Wayne's 'Cavalry' trilogy, "Stagecoach", and "The Searchers" released together, the "John Wayne DVD Gift Set" is an excellent collection of some of the Duke's finest westerns from his last two decades.

The classic of the collection is "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance", John Ford's 1962 'deconstruction' of the genre he'd helped to create. A visually simple, yet deeply layered tale of how a western legend was born, the film echoes Ford's "The Last Hurrah", as well as taking a tongue-in-cheek 'jab' at critics of his more idealized earlier westerns. While Jimmy Stewart, at 55, is far too old to play an idealistic young lawyer, his confrontations with desperado Lee Marvin, and pragmatic (yet ultimately doomed romantic) Wayne are terrific. And don't miss Edmund O'Brien's 'takeoff' on actor Thomas Mitchell, in support...Ford's directorial 'style' was never better than in this remarkable film.

"The Sons of Katie Elder" is an important film in Wayne's career, as it marked his 'comeback' after losing a lung to cancer. While much of his dialogue had to be 'looped', and oxygen was kept nearby throughout the filming, Wayne proved that he could still play an action hero believably. Certainly, he looked all of his 58 years, and the idea of Dean Martin being one of his brothers is farfetched, but when Wayne first appeared on the screen, 1965 film audiences stood and cheered...and his dominating presence still makes the film 'work', today.

"El Dorado" is, if you are unfamiliar with the film, simply a reworking of 1959's Hawks/Wayne classic, "Rio Bravo", but it stands very well on it's own merits, beginning with the terrific chemistry between Wayne and co-star Robert Mitchum.
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49 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Annie Van Auken TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 18, 2007
Format: DVD
The JOHN WAYNE 20 MOVIE PACK includes a bonus:
"The American West Of John Ford" was a made for TV documentary about the legendary filmmaker, with alternating host duties carried out by Wayne, Henry Fonda and Jimmy Stewart. Filmed on-site at Monument Valley, it's easy to see the long-established camaraderie among these actors as they reminisced with their former director about his production company and days gone by. Ford was clearly looking frail and on the decline, which undoubtedly prompted this retrospective tribute.

The balance of the box set are films made prior to the Duke's breakthrough picture, 1939's "Stagecoach," his first collaboration with John Ford. These quickly-made three-reelers, once standard Saturday matinee fare, were often shown in pairs along with a serial chapter, a Three Stooges short and a few cartoons. Return with us now to those thrilling days of yesteryear...

The ROY ROGERS 20 MOVIE PACK would go great with this John Wayne collection!

Parenthetical numbers preceding titles are 1 to 10 viewer poll ratings found at a film resource website.

(6.8) The American West Of John Ford (TV-1971-doc.) - John Ford/John Wayne/Henry Fonda/James Stewart/Andy Devine (cameo)
(6.8) Angel And The Badman (1947) - John Wayne/Gail Russell/Harry Carey
(5.5) Blue Steel (1934) - John Wayne/George 'Gabby' Hayes/Yakima Canutt
(5.0) The Dawn Rider (1935) - John Wayne/Marion Burns/Yakima Canutt (in support)
(5.1) The Desert Trail (1935) - John Wayne/Mary Kornman/Paul Fix
(6.0) Hell Town ("Born To The West") (1937) - John Wayne/Marsha Hunt
(4.7) The Lawless Frontier (1934) - John Wayne/George "Gabby" Hayes
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