"Lost" John Wayne Films

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    • Re: "lost" John Wayne Films

      arthurarnell wrote:

      Hi Bob

      Maker of Men is available from the John Wayne Film Society on DVD price £10.99.
      Hope this helps.

      Regards

      Arthur


      Howdy Arthur,
      Thanks! I'm headed there now to take a look.

      Best Always,
      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

      Colorado Bob wrote:

      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


      When I used to teach adult computer classes for a vo-tech school, my oldest student at that time was an 85 year old retired federal judge that I knew. I had classes of 30 adults and taught each portion of Office in 9 hours classes spread over 3 days. And if you've ever personally known a federal judge, they can get stubborn and stuck in their ways, so I'm not worried.

      I just bought "Salute" from the film society. It was a great copy.
    • Re: "lost" John Wayne Films

      DakotaSurfer wrote:

      When I used to teach adult computer classes for a vo-tech school, my oldest student at that time was an 85 year old retired federal judge that I knew. I had classes of 30 adults and taught each portion of Office in 9 hours classes spread over 3 days. And if you've ever personally known a federal judge, they can get stubborn and stuck in their ways, so I'm not worried.

      I just bought "Salute" from the film society. It was a great copy.


      How much is it to join the John Wayne Film Society? In US Dollars?
      "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

      The first year is £14.99 GBP which included postage for all the stuff they send you, in US money it cost me $30.77 but it depends on the exchange rate for that day.

      Then yearly renewal is £7.00 or about $14.50 plus postage. To me it's worth it to get some of the movies we are missing but our DVD players won't play the movies, I have the software to convert it to Region Free.
    • Re: "lost" John Wayne Films

      Hi Bob

      it cost £7.00 so I should imagine about $14 American for this aside from having access to some good bargains you also get two newsletters per year. I think when Roland joined some years ago he was also able to get the back copies for not a lot.

      If you can't buy all of them let me know which ones you are short and I'll try to get you photocopies.

      I think it's worth it.

      Regards

      Arthur
      Walk Tall - Talk Low
    • Re: "Lost" John Wayne Films

      Hello reguarding loss films of john wayne i can recall back 5 or 6 years some one on ebay did have a copy of adventures end i been looking for a copy my self for alone time to any infor reguarding john wayne in oregion trail i like to see this one my self never did some of the one on your list i have seen around for sure not all a few let me know email me at elvis4346@aol.com
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      I found some independent suppliers who are selling public domain films on eBay. I’m quickly closing the gap on the first 28 films and discovered a few that Are not in my John Wayne film books. Brown of Harvard; Bardelys the Magnificent; The Shamrock Handicap; Annie Laurie; Drop Kick; The Draw Back; Mother Machree; Four Sons; Hangman’s House; Noah’s Ark; The Black Watch etc. and many more impossible to find in the commercial market. To me, a Library of Congress, as is copy, rather than a commercially enhanced copy is “mejor que nada”!!

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