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Sam Elliott Double Feature: I Will Fight No More Forever / Gone to Texas

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I WILL FIGHT NO MORE FOREVER
Sam Elliott and James Whitmore star in this Emmy®-nominated adaptation of a classic battle between whites and Indians, friends and foes.
In a time when many tribes had already been forced off their land, Chief Joseph and the Nez Perce of the Wallowa Valley held their ground...until General Oliver O. Howard came with disheartening news from Washington—Joseph and his people must also move to the reservation. When they refused the terms, Howard had no choice but to take forcible action. As the battle raged on, freezing conditions, death and starvation finally led to Joseph's sad words of surrender, "I will fight no more forever."

GONE TO TEXAS
Sam Elliott is Texas Revolutionary Sam Houston in this sweeping epic of warring nations, patriotic pride, and the adventure and danger of the untamed West. After resigning as Tennessee Governor amid scandal and disgrace, Houston lived among the Cherokee before learning that war was inevitable for Texas to become an independent state. An American hero of the West, Sam Houston led the fight for Texas' independence—this is the story of a courageous man and, in the name of freedom, the battle he waged for a million acres of land.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Sam Elliott, Donald Moffat, James Whitmore, Claudia Christian
  • Directors: Richard T. Heffron, Peter Levin
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: July 3, 2012
  • Run Time: 243 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0080QOLGA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #53,790 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Bryce V. Babcock on July 8, 2013
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I bought this because I like Sam Elliott. His portrayal in "I Will Fight No More Forever" is fine and the movie is good, though a notch or two below excellent. His portrayal of Sam Houston is wasted by one of the worst films I've ever watched. "Gone To Texas" is episodic, disconnected, disjointed, and discordant. The story of Sam Houston's life deserves something much better.
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This double DVD movie disk was disappointing.
"I will Fight no More Forever"
A fair account of the Nez Perce chief Joseph and his flight into Canada. Acting was fair, Elliot had minor roll. Made right fro VSH apparently. But something expected in an old film.

"Gone to Texas"
The reason I didn't give it 3 stars.
Acting was so-so, but the recorded straight from DVD was horrible. Grainy, in many places ghosts or blurry. (this was an old made for TV miniseries if I remember right)
The story about Sam Houston's life poorly done...give this one a pass
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These westerns have not stood the test of time well particularly the "Gone to Texas" offering. The part Sam Elliot played in the " I Will Fight No More Forever" is quite small and a little misleading i felt but it was still the more contemporary film with respect to its viewpoint
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I Will Fight No More Forever is terribly underrated, while Gone To Texas is perhaps a bit overrated. Sam's part in ...Forever isn't large, while his in ...Texas is not terribly active. Good films for a cheap price, good but not excellent quality. I bought the set for I Will Fight No More Forever (worth the price by itself), & consider Gone To Texas a throw-in.
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This is a good DVD you get a double whammy with Sam Elliot for us that are fans. He is very young in the "I will Fight No More Forever" . They are very entertaining and based on True Story in our American History.
The only drawback if it were........is that the movies of today are definately a better picture quality. They are both in color...just not what it is today. I loved both movies and I love Sam Elliot but the others acting did a fine job too.
I would say a 4 1/2 stars and the only negative would be the quality because of the age they were made.
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Two Sam Elliott westerns for the price of one.Both westerns were of equal entertainment value.Both in color but the transfers are a 3.5 out of 5.Sam is not the lead on 'Fight No More' but was still enjoyable.Acting and stories were good...support your favorite artists.
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I bought this double DVD for "I Will Fight no more Forever". I never saw it before and have not read up on the history of this. So I cannot say how accurate it is. It was made in 1975, and has Sam Elliott just before his hot period in a supporting role to a General, played by James Whitmore. It tells the story of the last Sioux tribe to surrender, the Nez-Perce. All or almost all of the Indians are played by actual Indians of various tribes. They are relentlessly pursued and forced into battle so many times, until Chief Joseph finally surrenders in a sensible way, for his tribe and for the times. How he fought and kept outwitting the soldiers was incredible. According to the movie, he went on to speak on Indian affairs in Washington.

I bought my copy at a store. The audio had to be turned up quite high, which made a humming sound all thru the movie. But I got so engrossed in the movie, the more I watched the less I noticed it. (Did not watch "Gone to Texas".)
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A good film about Sam Houston and his efforts to build an Army in Texas that could resist the efforts and troops of Santa Anna. He could not even consider re-inforcing the Alamo because his troops were totally unprepared. Whe he was ready he dealt a destructive blow to the Mexican Forces and guaranteed Texas independence,
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