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John Wayne: Screen Legend Collection [DVD] [1942] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

John Wayne , Katharine Ross , Andrew V. McLaglen , Burt Kennedy    DVD

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92 of 94 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very nice collection 10 July 2007
By Bob G - Published on
For those wondering, I can confirm that Hellfighters, War Wagon, and Rooster Cogburn are all presented in 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen. That makes this collection a nice improvement over the previous non-anamorphic standalone versions of those DVDs. The other features (Reap the Wild Wind and The Spoilers) are in full-frame (1.33:1) format, which I believe was their original theatrical format.

The five films come on three disks:
1. Reap the Wild Wind
2. The Spoilers and The War Wagon (both on side A)
3. Hellfighters (side A) and Rooster Cogburn (side B)

The only extras are trailers (except for Hellfighters) and some John Wayne trivia on the inside of the packaging.
56 of 57 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very good collection HUGE difference in quality to note!! 11 July 2007
By Richardson - Published on
Hello Folks,

This is a collection of films that have been out on DVD...being a fan of the Duke ..I just bought it anyway. I can say I am glad already because although Universal doesn't tout this...the print of ROOSTER COGBURN is a revelation compared to the previous available editions! The previously available DVD of that fine film had noticable grain , color problems, and annoying dirt etc. The transfer/print of Rooster Cogburn on this collection is striking in its improved look ( a tribute to legendary Cinematographer Harry Stradling Jr who photographed this splendid movie). I haven't compared The War Wagon and others yet but I wouldn't be surprised if they also were an improvement. I picked this up for under $20...and 5 John Wayne films for $4 each is a no brainer...
Happy 100th Duke ..long may you ride!!
UPDATE: I just compared the War Wagon with the previously available edition and like Rooster..its a HUGE upgrade in picture quality...this set gets better and better...snap it up!
34 of 35 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Grab this supervalue! 8 Sep 2007
By W. Walker - Published on
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Not a dud film here. Includes a good share of my favorite Wayne films(even if he didn't get top billing in the two from 1942) All are in color except for "The Spoilers", which should have been, to show off Marlene Dietrich's outfits, if for no other reason. No other woman, given the opportunity, came close as the ultimate dancehall queen(I'm sure Wayne would agree). "Reap the Wild Wind" and "Rooster Cogburn", made 33 years apart, are two of my favorite Wayne movies. Wayne seemed way too old and slow to be playing his character in "The War Wagon" This was after his one lung had been removed. But, Kirk Douglas, no spring chicken himself, helped make up for the Duke's relative lethargy. I found it an entertaining film. "Hellfighters" brought home the dangers and challenges of putting out oilwell fires, which became very relevant during the first Gulf War. Sure burned up a lot of fuel in that one! The DVD quality of all was excellent. My only regret is the lack of commentary features, but I can't really quibble for the price.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars John Wayne is awesome 20 Feb 2009
By David G. Hanson - Published on
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There's only one thing you need to know to understand how awesome John Wayne is: there are not one, but TWO different movies where he fights a giant octopus. One of them is in this set--Reap the Wild Wind (the other is Wake of the Red Witch, another great movie, however not included in this set). And one of my all time favorite movie fist-fights is in The Spoilers, between Wayne & Randolph Scott. The War Wagon is also a very underrated action western--Wayne & Kirk Douglas in a fun heist movie with plenty of action and fun dialogue. This is a great collection to have, and a great price!!!!
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Video Quality 19 Jan 2008
By Amazon Fan - Published on
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I'm glad I listened to the other reviews that touted the great transfer quality of these movies. Thank you. They didn't exagerate. So far the best of them is The War Wagon. The picture quality is so good you think your'e looking out your window to a beautiful panoramic view of the West. I suppose this also requires a good quality set to view it on, 36" sony Wega. Can't wait to some day see it on a 60" Hi-Def system. One can only dream. Anyway, this is a great set to own. And at $20 how can you say no?
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