"Lost" John Wayne Films

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    • "Lost" John Wayne Films

      Howdy All,
      I am still lacking a few John Wayne films to finish up my collection. Does anyone know where I can find to following? Any help would be greatly appreaciated. Just a few more to find.
      Thanks,
      Colorado Bob

      =My Wish List=
      Adventure's End
      Annie Laurie
      Bardeley's The Magnificient
      Born Reckless
      Brown of Harvard
      Cheer Up and Smile
      The Deceiver
      The Drop Kick
      The Forward Pass
      Girls Demand Excitement
      Hollywood Handicap
      Maker of Men
      Meet the Stars - Cowboy Jubilee
      Meet the Stars - Past and Present
      Oregon Trail
      Running Hollywood
      Speakeasy
      That's My Boy
      Three Girls Lost
      The Voice of Hollywood #13
      Words and Music

      -plus-
      The following "Screen Snapshots" shorts: "The Great Al Jolson" (1955), "Hollywood Awards" (1951), "Hollywood Cowboy Stars" (1955), "Hollywood Rodeo" (1949), "Reno's Silver Spur Awards" (1951).

      -plus-
      Any of the old Ham Hamilton comedy shorts which may have featured a very young Duke Morrison as an extra.

      As I said, any help or ideas that might point me in the right direction to find these "Lost" treasures would be very much appreciated. Once I finally round out my video collection, I can start collecting other John Wayne things! Justr what I need...More Stuff!

      Thanks again, all,
      Best regards,
      Colorado Bob
      "I won't be wronged, I won't be insulted, and I won't be laid a hand on. I don't do these things to other people and I require the same from them" It may be time worn, but it's the best life-creed I know.
    • Re: "lost" John Wayne Films

      C.Bob: I didn't really check your list against mine but I currently have these movies on DVD.

      Brown of Harvard
      The Drop Kick
      Hangman's House
      Salute
      Noah's Ark
      The Big Trail
      Range Fued
      Arizona (Men Are Like That)
      Maker of Men
      Two-Fisted Law
      Texas Cyclone
      Shadow of the Eagle
      Ride Him Cowboy
      The Hurricane Express
      Haunted Gold
      The Big Stampede
      The Three Musketeers
      The Telegraph Trail
      Somewhere In Senora
      Sagebrush Trail
      Riders of Destiny
      The Man from Monterey
      The Life of Jimmy Dolan
      His Private Secretary
      College Coach
      Baby Face
      West of the Divide
      The Trail Beyond
      The Star Packer
      Randy Rides Alone
      The Man from Utah
      The Lucky Texan
      The Lawless Frontier
      Blue Steel
      'Neath the Arizona Skies
      Westward Ho!
      Texas Terror
      Rainbow Valley
      Paradise Canyon
      The New Frontier
      Lawless Range
      The Desert Trail
      The Dawn Rider
      Winds of the Wasteland
      The Sea Spoilers
      The Lonely Trail
      The Lawless Nineties
      King of the Pecos
      Conflict
      Idol of the Crowds
      I Cover the War
      Born to the West (Hell Town)
      Santa Fe Stampede
      Red River Range
      Pals of the Saddle
      Overland Stage Raiders
      Wyoming Outlaw
      Three Texas Steers
      Stagecoach
      The Night Riders
      Allegheny Uprising
      Three Faces West
      Seven Sinners
      The Long Voyage Home
      The Dark Command
      A Man Betrayed/Wheel of Fortune
      The Shepherd Of The Hills
      Lady from Louisana
      Lady For A Night
      The Spoilers
      Reunion in France
      Reap the Wild Wind*
      Pittsburgh
      In Old California
      The Flying Tigers
      A Lady Takes a Chance
      In Old Oklahoma (War of the Wildcats)
      Tall in the Saddle
      The Fighting Seabees*
      They Were Expendable
      Flame of the Barbary Coast
      Dakota
      Back to Bataan
      Without Reservation
      Desert Command
      Tycoon
      Angel and the Badman
      Wake of the Red Witch*
      Red River
      Fort Apache
      3 Godfathers
      She Wore a Yellow Ribbon
      Sands of Iwo Jima*
      The Fighting Kentuckian
      Rio Grande
      Operation Pacific
      Flying Leathernecks
      The Quiet Man
      Big Jim McLain
      Trouble Along the Way
      Island in the Sky
      Hondo
      The High and the Mighty
      The Sea Chase
      Blood Alley
      The Searchers
      The Conqueror
      The Wings of Eagles
      Legend of the Lost
      Jet Pilot
      The Barbarian and the Geisha
      Rio Bravo
      The Horse Soldiers
      North to Alaska
      The Alamo*
      The Comancheros
      The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
      The Longest Day
      How the West Was Won
      Hatari!
      McLintock
      Donovan's Reef
      Circus World
      The Sons of Katie Elder
      In Harm's Way
      The Greatest Story Ever Told
      Cast a Giant Shadow
      The War Wagon
      El Dorado
      Hellfighters
      The Green Berets
      The Undefeated
      True Grit
      Rio Lobo
      Chisum
      Big Jake
      The Cowboys*
      The Train Robbers
      Cahill, U.S. Marshall
      McQ
      Rooster Cogburn
      Brannigan
      The Shootist*

      And plan to have these on DVD in the next couple weeks.
      Born Reckless
      The Black Watch
      The Great K&A Train Robbery
    • Re: "lost" John Wayne Films

      Thanks.... I've worked long and hard to get this many on DVD. From getting friend of mine that works in an archive to transfer some of the older un-released movies direct from movie film to DVD and my latest is Salute that I received from the John Wayne Film Society and converted it from Region 2 (PAL) to Region Free. It's a pretty good movie with John Wayne and Ward Bond playing senior midshipmen at the Naval Academy. The plot is set around the yearly Army-Navy football game.
    • Re: "lost" John Wayne Films

      Dakota, you and Colorado Bob both have great collections. One of these years, ill have to get around to making my own John Wayne list of what I have. Currently I THINK it is around 60 movies--not sure.
      Es Ist Verboten Mit Gefangenen In Einzelhaft Zu Sprechen..
    • Re: "lost" John Wayne Films

      Howdy Dakota,
      Impressive collection! Of your list, I think I am missing Brown of Harvard and Drop Kick. The list of "pre-Stagecoach" films that I have are listed here. From Stagecoach on, I don't think I am missing any theatrical films. One of these days I am going to have to figure out how to do a spreadsheet to keep track of these things, but unfortunately, spreadsheets tend to confuse me.
      Best,
      Colorado Bob


      Arizona
      Baby Face
      Big Stampede, The
      Big Trail, The
      Black Watch
      Blue Steel
      California Straight Ahead
      Central Airport
      College Coach
      Conflict
      Dawn Rider, The
      Desert Trail
      Four Sons
      Frontier Horizon
      Great K&A Train Robbery
      Hangman’s House
      Haunted Gold
      Hell Town
      His Private Secretary
      Hurricane Express
      I Cover The War
      Idol of the Crowds
      King of the Pecos
      Lady and Gent
      Lawless Frontier, The
      Lawless Nineties
      Lawless Range, The
      Life of Jimmy Dolan, The
      Lonely Trail, The
      Lucky Texan
      Man From Monterey
      Man From Utah, The
      Men Without Women
      Mother Machree
      ‘Neath Arizona Skies
      New Frontier, The
      Night Riders
      Noah’s Ark
      Overland Stage Raiders
      Pals of the Saddle
      Paradise Canyon
      Rainbow Valley
      Randy Rides Alone
      Range Feud
      Red River Range
      Ride Him Cowboy
      Riders of Destiny
      Rough Romance
      Salute
      Sante Fe Stampede
      Sea Spoilers
      Shadow of the Eagle
      Somewhere in Sonora
      Star Packer, The
      Telegraph Trail, The
      Texas Cyclone
      Texas Terror
      Three Musketeers
      Three Texas Steers
      Trail Beyond, The
      Two Fisted Law
      West of the Divide
      Westward Ho!
      Winds of the Wasteland
      Wyoming Outlaw
      "I won't be wronged, I won't be insulted, and I won't be laid a hand on. I don't do these things to other people and I require the same from them" It may be time worn, but it's the best life-creed I know.
    • Re: "lost" John Wayne Films

      Thanks Dakota,
      It's gonna take me awhile to figure this thing out. Plus, I'm gonna have to add some since I also have TV shows, documentaries, PSA's commercials, etc... I wonder if it would be easier to have several spreadsheets, one for each type of video. Oh well, something to play with. Thanks again.
      Best,
      Bob
      "I won't be wronged, I won't be insulted, and I won't be laid a hand on. I don't do these things to other people and I require the same from them" It may be time worn, but it's the best life-creed I know.
    • Re: "lost" John Wayne Films

      Well, I like the way you have it laid out, so I'm gonna give it a try. But be forewarned, I am now adopting you as my "spreadsheet tutor", so I may have some questions for you!
      Bob
      "I won't be wronged, I won't be insulted, and I won't be laid a hand on. I don't do these things to other people and I require the same from them" It may be time worn, but it's the best life-creed I know.

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