Duke's Movies- Blu-Ray/DVD Releases

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  • Just posted by Kino Lorber Studio Classics:


    Coming Soon on Blu-ray!
    Legend of the Lost (1957) Starring John Wayne, Sophia Loren, Rossano Brazzi & Kurt Kasznar - Shot by Jack Cardiff (The Vikings) - Screenplay by Ben Hecht (The Indian Fighter), Robert Presnell, Jr. (Man in the Attic) - Directed by Henry Hathaway (23 Paces to Baker Street)



    No artwork or disc details yet.

  • From Blu-ray.com: Rio Grande Signature Edition Blu-ray



    Rio Grande Signature Edition Blu-ray





    Independent distributors Olive Films have officially announced and
    detailed their upcoming Signature Edition of John Ford's classic western
    Rio Grande
    (1950), starring John Wayne, Maureen O'Hara, Ben Johnson, Claude
    Jarman, Jr., and Harry Carey Jr. The release will be available for
    purchase on November 17.



    Description: Rio Grande, the third and final installment in John Ford's
    loosely-conceived Cavalry Trilogy(preceded by Fort Apache and She Wore A
    Yellow Ribbon) stars John Wayne as Lt. Col. John Kirby Yorke (the role
    he inhabited in Fort Apache) alongside Maureen O'Hara (in the first of
    five films she'd co-star in alongside Wayne) as his estranged wife,
    Kathleen, a woman set on keeping their son, Jefferson (Claude Jarman
    Jr., The Yearling), now under Yorke's command, out of harm's way.



    Filmed throughout Moab, Utah and the majestic Professor Valley --
    photographed in exquisite gradations of black and white by Stagecoach
    cinematographer Bert Glennon -- Rio Grande offers nuanced observations
    on love, family, and honor, while firmly adhering to the western genre,
    showing Ford at his most measured and mature as a storyteller.Written
    by James Kevin McGuinness (Men of Boys Town) based on the Saturday
    Evening Post story by James Warner Bellah, Rio Grande features J. Carrol
    Naish and a supporting cast of familiar faces, many of them from the
    Ford stock company of actorsincluding Harry Carey, Jr., Ben Johnson,
    Victor McLaglen, Chill Wills, and Grant Withers.



    Special Features and Technical Specs:

    • NEW HIGH-DEFINITION DIGITAL RESTORATION OF THE FILM
    • Audio commentary by Nancy Schoenberger
    • "Telling Real Histories" – Raoul Trujillo on representations of Indigenous Americans in film
    • "Songs of the Rio Grande" – Marc Wanamaker on the Sons of the Pioneers
    • "Strength and Courage" – Patrick Wayne on his father
    • "Bigger Than Life" – with Claude Jarman, Jr.
    • Visual essay by Tag Gallagher
    • "The Making of Rio Grande" – with Leonard Maltin
    • Theatrical trailer
    • Illustrated booklet with an essay by Paul Andrew Hutton
    • Optional English SDH subtitles for the main feature
  • Ready for John Wayne and friends in 4K?


    Coming to 4K UHD 7/18 from Warner Brothers
    Rio Bravo (1959) 4K UHD
    https://amzn.to/4249JZ0

    This classic western directed by Howard Hawks features an all-star cast, including the legendary John Wayne. There's a showdown at Rio Bravo when courageous Sheriff John T. Chance (Wayne) throws the brother of evil cattle baron Nathan Burdette in jail for murder (the Burdette brothers played by John Russell and Claude Akins). When Burdette's men lay seige to his jailhouse, Chance holds on until the arrival of a U.S. Marshal with the help of his drunken deputy, Dude (Dean Martin), cranky old man Stumpy (Walter Brennan), a young gunfighter (Ricky Nelson) and the beautiful long-legged Feathers (Angie Dickinson).


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