The Undefeated (1969)

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  • An opening scene and I know this one well. It was also used in Clint Eatwoods: The Outlaw Josey Wales--as well as several battle scenes from Audie Murphy's: The Red Badge of Courage. Also in using the bits from TRBoC--you can actually see Audie Murphy--ashe was the Yankee infantryman who had the whits bandage around his head who was carrying the colors into battle.

    Es Ist Verboten Mit Gefangenen In Einzelhaft Zu Sprechen..

  • Well, hope you like them...I have sold most of the others and am selling prints now, LOL. Need to do some more...just have been in a tight.
    Please send me a pic if you do frame them. Oh, and please post on the sketch page that you received them if you will. Thanks Tommy, KEITH


    Yes I got the sketches and Fonda looks a lot better now, thinking of framing all three in one frame that's if I can find a place for em running out of wall space

    God, she reminds me of me! DUKE

  • This will make it easer without using the zoom. Just click the pic and there is the duel. Here is an extra from Undefeated. Sorry for the double up.
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    Jim,
    Thanks for your post which I have moved from the Big Jake thread.
    I notice there is a still from the Comancheros,
    do you want to post it there?

    Best Wishes
    Keith
    London- England

  • I must be the only one who likes this movie if only for the quirky lines in the movie but when I start to watch all my John Wayne dvd's I never miss it out.


    “We’re burnin’ daylight.”
    John Wayne

  • Yeah, Agar's death scene was cut. I think in one of Tim Lilley's interview books he described the scene as being pretty good, and was sad it was cut.

  • 20th Century Fox held a "Vote Your Choice" poll at Home Theater Forum asking fans which movies from each decade they'd like to see get a Blu-ray release. The two John Wayne titles that were included (both in the 1960s list) came out on top for that decade, which is why The Undefeated will be getting a Blu-ray release. The other title is North to Alaska, which will also be released in December.


    Here's more information about the poll and the results:


    http://www.blu-ray.com/news/?id=10630