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on 22 April 2013
'John Wayne' for me, the ultimate cowboy, his swagger and screen
presence made him a favourite for many.
this '1963' movie loosely based on 'Shakespear's' 'The taming of
'John Wayne' again teaming up with 'Maureen O'hara' in this he's
a wealthy rancher and property owner, even the town bares his name
he plays hard and drinks hard, doing things his way......however
his estranged wife 'Kate' turns up in town wanting a divorce and
to try an persuade daughter 'Becky' to live with her, 'Becky who is
on her way back home to live with her father.
things ain't gonna be the same, the war of words is about to erupt.
'John Wayne' is no stranger to comedy, though I do prefer his role
in films such as 'The Cowboys' 'The Shootist ' and 'True Grit' among
this a light-hearted romp of 'slapstick' 'bickering' and fists flying
hardly a classic, it does however have it's comic moments.
the picture quality is superior to the 'DVD' version....it is region 'A'