The John Wayne Collection: Volume 4 (3 Discs)

Release Date: 21 August 2006 | Certificate: Parental Guidance
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Two classic John Wayne movies, a documentary and a rare TV appearance all in one box set! Including McLintock, Angel & the Badman and the documentary the American West of John Ford. This documentary features John Wayne and James Stewart amongst other great western actors as the career of John Ford is examined. Ford was one of the most durable and creative directors of the American cinema, with some 50 years of high quality work to his credit, all of it stamped with his unmistakeable signature. To complete this package - the fourth in a series from Delta - is John Wayne's appearance in the TV sit com, The Lucy Show, alongside Lucille Ball.

Angel And The Badman:
Gunslinger Quirt Evans is injured and found by Penelope Wirth and her father Thomas, a Quaker family with values and a way of living in contrast to Quirt Evans'. Quirt and Penelope are drawn to each other, although Quirt has no intention of embracing the Quaker lifestyle. He does, however, intervene to conivince a rancher to restore their water supply, even if the family would not have approved of his methods...

Evans' rival Laredo Stevens is unimpressed with the new, peaceful Quirt Evans, whilst local Marshall Wistful McClintock stokes up trouble between the two men, certain he'll get one or the other (the survivor) brought to justice in the end...

Widely regarded as one of the most romantic of all John Wayne's films, this marked his first production credit.

(Dir. James Edward Grant, 1947)

George McLintock has to try and convince his wife that he has been faithful after a two year seperation, with their fights the talk of the town. Matters are not helped by the extremely attractive cook Mrs Louise Warren he has hired at the ranch house...

The film achieved a certain notoriety for the 'spanking' scene, widely regarded as a cinematic first.

(Dir. Andrew V. McLaglen, 1963)

Bonus Feature - John Waynes Appearance In TV Sitcom, The Lucy Show
Release Date: 21 August 2006
Certificate: PG - Parental Guidance

Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Sound: Stereo
Running Time: 287 minutes
Main Language: English

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Catalogue No: 86211