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John Wayne Western Collection


Actors: John Wayne, Richard BooneFormat: AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSCLanguage: EnglishSubtitles: English, FrenchDubbed: French

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John Grisham’s The Rainmaker


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John Wayne: John Ford Film Collection (The Searchers 2-Disc Special Edition / Fort Apache / She Wore a Yellow Ribbon / They Were Expendable /3 Godfathers / The Wings of Eagles / Directed by John Ford)


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John Wayne – John Ford Film Collection (7-Pack) (DVD)

JOHN WAYNE-JOHN FORD FILM COLLECTION Collection Includes: THE SEARCHERS TWO-DISC SPECIAL EDITION – Wayne’s favorite role. And, many say, Ford’s best film. “About as good as Hollywood filmmaking gets…a true American masterpiece” (The Movie Guide). THE WINGS OF EAGLES – A compassionate biopic salute: aviation pioneer “Spig” Wead (Wayne) overcomes tragedy to forge a Hollywood career. Maureen O’Hara co-stars. FORT APACHE – They’re duty bound to obey. But Wayne and other cavalrymen are at odds with the orders of ramrod commander Henry Fonda. Shirley Temple co-stars. 3 GODFATHERS – The tale of the Magi – Western style. Fugitive bank robbers won’t abandon the infant entrusted to them, even though caring for him dims their chances of escape. SHE WORE A YELLOW RIBBON – Another Ford masterpiece of mood and heroics. An aging officer (Wayne) who knows the agony of war seeks to make his last mission one of peace. Academy Award (1949): Best Color Cinematography. THEY WERE EXPENDABLE – Wayne and Robert Montgomery are PT-boat skippers in “one of the finest (and most underrated) of all World War II films” (Leonard Maltin’s Movie Guide). Bonus Documentary Disc – First Time on DVD: DIRECTED BY JOHN FORD – Peter Bogdanovich’s groundbreaking tribute to the filmmaker, restored and reedited to include more classic clips and insightful anecdotes from Clint Eastwood, Katharine Hepburn, Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg and more contemporary cinema giants.

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Silver Screen Icons: John Wayne Action (4FE)


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TCM Greatest Classic Films: Legends – John Wayne Action (4FE)

CHISUM (1970) – Wayne stars as John Chisum, a real-life cattle king determined to protect his empire against a land-grabbing developer (Forrest Tucker). Wayne’s no-nonsense persona snugly fits this lively reworking of the events of New Mexico’s 1878 Lincoln County War.
THE TRAIN ROBBERS (1973) – Three Civil War veterans (Wayne, Rod Taylor and Ben Johnson) team up with a train robber’s widow (Ann-Margret) to recover a half-million in gold. But the dead man’s ex-partners want the gold, and they’ll kill to get it in this rollicking caper from writer/director Burt Kennedy.
CAHILL: UNITED STATES MARSHAL (1973) – Lawman J.D. Cahill (Wayne) can stand alone against an army of bad guys. But as a widower father, he’s on insecure footing raising two sons. Particularly when he suspects they’re involved in a bank robbery and two killings in this suspenseful blend of action and heroic sentiment.
McQ (1974) – As Detective Lon McQ, Wayne thunderously enforces the law in a high-velocity thriller that’s like a big-city revenge Western on wheels. Directed by action master John Sturges and written by coproducer Lawrence Roman, McQ is a breathless, gritty showcase for the Duke.

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John Wayne Western Collection (The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, The Sons of Katie Elder, The Shootist)


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John Wayne Western Collection (DVD)

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Something for Joey DVD True Football Story About John Cappelletti Penn State Only Heisman Trophy Winner


Brand new John Cappelletti exclusive item and is only available through us on Amazon or John Cappelletti’s site. This movie is based on the true story about the relationship between Penn State football player John Cappelletti and his younger brother Joey, who has leukemia. John and Joey’s bond is a strong one. Joey hangs out with John in the Penn State locker room, and inspires him to be the top college football player in the country. Their bond knows no boundries and goes beyond making touchdowns and winning awards. MOVIE YEAR: 1977 GENRE: Drama CAST: Geraldine Page, Marc Singer, Gerald S. O’Loughlin, Linda Kelsey and Steve Guttenberg

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Dear John: Military in Movies: Dear John’s Military Advisors


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John Wayne – An American Icon Collection (Seven Sinners/ The Shepherd of the Hills/ Pittsburgh/ The Conqueror/ Jet Pilot)


John Wayne remains, without a doubt, a legend of the silver screen and one of Hollywood’s most talented and versatile leading men of all time. See “The Duke,” with his rugged good looks and undeniable charm, take command of the screen in the amazing collection of five unique films from his long and illustrious film career. This must-own set confirms John Wayne’s status as a true American icon!Seven Sinners (1940)Wayne shines as a handsome naval officer who sacrifices everything for the love of a cabaret singer (Marlene Dietrich) with a mysterious past.The Shepherd of the Hills (1941) As part of a family of Ozark moonshiners, Wayne is a simple man sworn to protect the land he loves and a secret that threatens to tear the community apart.Pittsburgh (1942)Wayne stars with Marlene Dietrich and Randolph Scott in this patriotic rags to riches adventure of two coal miners who risk it all to take on the ruthless steel industry.The Conqueror (1955)In one of his most memorable roles, Wayne conquers ferocious armies and the heart of a princess (Susan Hayward) to become the legendary fighter Genghis Khan.Jet Pilot (1957)As heroic Air Force Colonel Jim Shannon, Wayne takes to the skies to save a beautiful Russian lady pilot (Janet Leigh) accused of being a spy.He was no one’s (including his own) idea of a great actor–one senses that the one Oscar he won, for True Grit in 1970, was as much for his longevity as his talent–but “icon” is an apt description for John “Duke” Wayne, who starred in scores of movies in a career that spanned 50 years. Five of them are collected on John Wayne – An American Icon Collection, a two-disc, no-frills (as in no bonus material) set offered at a very reasonable price. Ranging from 1940 to 1957, these items reveal that although he didn’t have a lot of range (“I play John Wayne in pretty much every film I do,” he once admitted), Wayne was at least willing to tackle other genres besides the Westerns with which he’s so closely identified; here he portrays a coal miner, a moonshiner, and a legendary warrior, along with the more expected military roles. As for the quality of the films, let’s just say that “good” and “entertaining” don’t always go on the same page, and the set at least has plenty of the latter. Seven Sinners (’40) is the best of the lot, with Marlene Dietrich sly and radiant as the delightfully named Bijou Blanche, a South Pacific cabaret singer who tantalizes naval officer Wayne. At the other end of the spectrum is The Conqueror (’55), generally regarded as Wayne’s worst feature ever, but even it is a campy hoot. Sporting a Fu Manchu ‘stache and many silly hats and delivering some preposterously stilted dialogue (“Hi, Mom” becomes “I greet you, my mother!”), Wayne plays Mongol warlord Temujin, soon to become Genghis Khan, who’s obsessed with a beautiful princess (Susan Hayward as a Tartar? Mayonnaise is more like it) who just happens to be the daughter of the man responsible for the death of Temujin’s father. Pittsburgh (’42), again pairing Wayne with the luminous Dietrich, is considerably better, charting the rise, fall, and redemption of miner-turned-captain-of-industry Charles “Pittsburgh” Markham in a story that’s both humorous and dramatic before devolving into flag-waving World War II propaganda. Neither The Shepherd of the Hills (’41), sentimental hokum about a clan of drawling, superstitious Ozark hicks, nor Jet Pilot (’57), with a pre-Psycho Janet Leigh as a Russian spy (!), ranks as what you’d call a classic–indeed, there are no classics to be found anywhere here–but the Duke, always a man’s man, probably wouldn’t mind. “When people say a John Wayne picture got bad reviews,” he said, “I always wonder if they know it’s a redundant sentence, but hell, I don’t care. People like my pictures and that’s all that counts.” –Sam Graham

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John Wayne: The Fox Westerns Collection (The Big Trail / North to Alaska / The Comancheros / The Undefeated)


Disc 1: THE BIG TRAIL WS Disc 2: THE BIG TRAIL P&S Disc 3: THE COMANCHEROS Disc 4: NORTH TO ALASKA Disc 5: THE UNDEFEATEDThe Big Trail: One of very few widescreen productions filmed at the dawn of the talkies, The Big Trail (1930) was dismissed by reviewers of the day, little seen, and soon shelved and forgotten–for more than half a century, as it turned out. For movie buffs, it became a sort of Holy Grail. After all, the esteemed Raoul Walsh had directed, the early 70mm angle was tantalizing, and wasn’t this the movie that was intended to make a star of Duke Morrison, a 22-year-old former prop man whom Walsh had rechristened John Wayne for the occasion? For curiosity value alone, surely it rated a look. Restored in the late 1980s and warmly embraced by film festival audiences, The Big Trail proved to be more than just a historical footnote. What were those 1930 reviewers thinking?! Wayne is fresh, exuberant, matinee-idol handsome, and irresistibly charming (only a little purple prose trips him up, and no one should have been asked to speak such early-talkie flapdoodle anyway). The scenario winds through epic settings from the banks of the Mississippi by way of the Grand Canyon to the snows of Oregon and the mountain vistas of Washington, marking both a wagon train’s journey and the settling of a personal score between trail guide Wayne and Tyrone Power Sr. as a veritable ogre of a villain. The Big Trail is now an authentic classic, and a swell movie. Probably always was.

The Comancheros: Nobody made a fuss about The Comancheros when it came out in 1961, yet it has proved to be among the most enduringly entertaining of John Wayne’s later Westerns. The Duke, just beginning to crease and thicken toward Rooster Cogburn proportions, plays a veteran Texas Ranger named Jake Cutter. When we first see him (in a tongue-in-cheek delayed entrance), he’s catching up with a New Orleans dandy (Stuart Whitman) who killed a judge’s son in a duel just after that gentlemanly practice was banned. Monsieur Paul Regret–or “Mon-sooor,” as Jake insists on calling him–is not a bad fellow, let alone a badman, and it only follows that, after the requisite number of misunderstandings, he and Jake will join forces to subdue rampaging Indians and the evil white men behind their uprising. The Comancheros was the last credit for Michael Curtiz, who, ravaged by cancer, ceded much of the direction to Wayne (uncredited) and action specialist Cliff Lyons. With support from Wayne stalwarts James Edward Grant (coscreenplay) and William Clothier (camera), the first of many rousing Elmer Bernstein scores for a Wayne picture, and a big, flavorful cast including Lee Marvin (the once and future Liberty Valance), Nehemiah Persoff, Bruce Cabot, and Guinn “Big Boy” Williams (in his last movie), they made a broad, cheerfully bloodthirsty adventure movie for red-meat-eating audiences of all ages. Even the liberal-pinko Time magazine had to second the salute from leading lady Ina Balin at film’s end: “Take care of yourself, Big Jake … we’ve sort of gotten used to you.”

North to Alaska: Even people habitually hostile to John Wayne movies tend to cast an indulgent eye on the rumbustious 1960 comedy-Western North to Alaska–partly because the Alaska gold rush setting seems more exotic than, say, Texas or Arizona, and because there are no Indians to discriminate against and no macho gunplay to fret about. As for John Wayne as all-purpose icon of male chauvinism, Big Sam McCord (the Duke) spends much of the movie in a state of growing discombobulation because he has fallen in love with, and is thoroughly flummoxed by, “Angel” (Capucine), the woman he’s brought back from Seattle to marry his heartsick partner George (Stewart Granger). Henry Hathaway directs in a broader vein than usual, but he hits paydirt. Even Fabian, the latest pop music idol to be dragooned into supporting the elder roughnecks, is fun, and Ernie Kovacs is droll casting as chief “villain.”

The Undefeated: John Wayne, that pillar of machismo, was well aware that costar Rock Hudson was gay, yet he prized him as a boon companion, a fellow professional, and one hell of a bridge player. Each plays a Civil War commander who, after the ceasefire, leads a community of home folks into Mexico to make a fresh start. Hudson is a Southern gentleman; Wayne commanded the Yankee cavalry at Shiloh, where Hudson’s brother died. Nevertheless, Rock, with his extended family, and Duke, with his troop of cowboys and 3,000 horses to sell to Emperor Maximilian, soon join forces to outgun banditos and beam paternally over the budding romance between their respective daughter and son (an adopted Indian played by footballer Roman Gabriel with Crystal Gayle hair). Lingering North-South animosities are celebrated in an obligatory communal fistfight in the Andrew V. McLaglen manner, and the showdown with both Maximilian’s lancers and the rebel Juaristas is disconcertingly perfunctory. –Richard T. Jameson

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4 Film Favorites: John Wayne (The Searchers, The Shootist, El Dorado, The Sons of Katie Elder)


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4 Film Favorites: John Wayne (DVD)

The Searchers, The Shootist, El Dorado and The Sons of Katie Elder

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John Wayne – The Tribute Collection


John Wayne remains one of the most beloved icons in the history of American film. With more than 142 lead performances, his prolific career established him as the symbol of an American West that epitomized the virtues of courage, toughness, humor and loyalty.

This amazing collection contains 25 features starring the ever-popular western icon, John Wayne. This 4 DVD collection include the early films that capture the raw talent and charisma that were destined to make The Duke an American hero for the ages whose appeal endures to this day.

  • EXCLUSIVE DOCUMENTARY Brand New featurette produced exclusively for this DVD collection!
  • The single largest DVD collection of John Wayne feature films currently available!
  • A Harris Poll, released January 2011, placed Wayne third among America’s favorite film stars, the only deceased star on the list and the only one who has appeared on the poll every year since it first began in 1994.


Movies In this set include:

  • Paradise Canyon
  • Hell Town
  • Riders of Destiny
  • West of the Divide
  • McLintock!
  • Trail Beyond, The
  • Neath the Arizona Skies
  • Desert Trail, The
  • Sagebrush Trail
  • Desert Command
  • Angel and the Badman
  • American West of John Ford, The
  • Randy Rides Alone
  • Lawless Frontier, The
  • Texas Terror
  • Winds of the Wasteland
  • His Private Secretary
  • Star Packer, The
  • Rainbow Valley
  • Lucky Texan, The
  • The Dawn Rider
  • Blue Steel
  • Hurricane Express, The
  • Shadow of the Eagle (12 episodes)
  • Man from Utah, The

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John Wayne: Screen Legend Collection (Reap the Wild Wind / Rooster Cogburn / The Hellfighters / The War Wagon / The Spoilers)


John Wayne is one of the most popular and recognizable leading men ever to hit the silver screen. Five memorable films capture his unforgettable career in the John Wayne: Screen Legend Collection. Co-starring an impressive roster of talent including Katharine Hepburn, Kirk Douglas, Marlene Dietrich and Randolph Scott, these films highlight an American icon who will always be remembered as a true screen legend.Reap the Wild WindCecil B. DeMille directs John Wayne and Ray Milland as two sailors battling pirates and competing for the affections of a southern belle (Paulette Goddard) in 1840s Key West.The SpoilersJohn Wayne joins Marlene Dietrich and Randolph Scott in an all-star adventure classic about gold and greed in an Alaskan boomtown during the 1890s.The War WagonA rancher (John Wayne) recruits a brash gunslinger (Kirk Douglas) along with a raucous crew of misfits and readies them to pull off one of the most impossible heists of all time. HellfightersA Texan demolition specialist (John Wayne) battles a perilous oil-well fire and hopes to reunite with his daughter and the wife who left him 20 years ago.Rooster CogburnThe saga of True Grit continues as John Wayne reprises his role as a Deputy Marshall who helps a missionary (Katharine Hepburn) bring justice to the Wild West.

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John Wayne: The Epic Collection (with Amazon Exclusive “Duke” Belt Buckle) (2014)


Warner Bros. & Paramount come together for this Epic DVD Collection

The Collection Includes:
• 40 John Wayne films (on 38 discs)
• 20-page lay flat book including a chronological presentation of John Wayne films and filled with wonderful photographs
• 17 artifacts of special John Wayne memorabilia with script pages/covers, correspondence, and behind the scenes
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Contents:
1932 – Big Stampede / Ride Him, Cowboy / Haunted Gold 1933 – The Telegraph Trail / Somewhere in Sonora / The Man From Monterey 1939 – Allegheny Uprising 1942 – Reunion in France 1944 – Tall in the Saddle 1945 – Back to Bataan 1945 – They Were Expendable 1946 – Without Reservations 1947 – Tycoon 1948 – Fort Apache 1948 – 3 Godfathers 1949 – She Wore a Yellow Ribbon 1951 – Operation Pacific 1951 – Flying Leathernecks 1952 – Big Jim McLain 1953 – Trouble Along the Way 1955 – The Sea Chase 1955 – Blood Alley 1956 – The Searchers 1957 – The Wings of Eagles 1959 – Rio Bravo 1962 – Hatari! 1962 – How the West Was Won: PART 1 1962 – How the West Was Won: PART 2 1962 – The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance 1963 – Donovan’s Reef 1965 – In Harm’s Way 1965 – The Sons of Katie Elder 1966 – El Dorado 1968 – The Green Berets 1969 – True Grit 1970 – Chisum 1972 – The Cowboys 1973 – The Train Robbers 1973 – Cahill: United States Marshal 1974 – McQ 1976 – The Shootist – Bonus disc

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JOHN CARTER MONDO VERSION 13.5×19.5 INCH PROMO MOVIE POSTER


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Charlie Rose with Nick Nolte; John Leguizamo (August 1, 2003)


Actor Nick Nolte discusses his performance in the film Northfork. Then, John Leguizamo, whose HBO film is called Undefeated, talks about his directorial debut and his previous, Emmy award-winning work.

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4 Film Favorites: John Wayne Collection (Back to Bataan / Flying Leathernecks / Operation Pacific / They Were Expendable)


They Were Expendable
Supplies are dwindling. Troops are hopelessly outnumbered. But even in defeat there is victory. The defenders of the Philippines ? including PT-boat skippers John Brickley (Robert Montgomery) and Rusty Ryan (John Wayne) will give the U.S. war effort time to regroup after the devastation of Pearl Harbor. Director John Ford’s World War II tale knows its battle-scarred topic firsthand. Montgomery was himself a Pacific PT-boat commander and a valorous Bronze Star recipient. Ford filmed the Academy Award?-winning* documentary Battle of Midway. And Wayne creates a portrait of patriotic resolve as only he can. They Were Expendable salutes all who expended themselves during some of the war’s bleakest hours. Director John Ford’s World War II tale knows its battle-scarred topic firsthand. Montgomery was himself a Pacific PT-boat commander and a valorous Bronze Star recipient. Ford filmed the Academy Award -winning* documentary Battle of Midway. And Wayne creates a portrait of patriotic resolve as only he can. They Were Expendable salutes all who expended themselves during some of the war’s bleakest hours.

Operation Pacific
World War II rages across the Pacific and Lt. Cmdr. Duke E. Gifford is in the thick of it. He evacuates children from enemy-held islands. Oversees the development of torpedoes at Pearl Harbor. And prowls the depths in the submarine Thunderfish for a chance to aim his improved “tin fish” – torpedoes – at the enemy. John Wayne plays Gifford in Operation Pacific. “I’m no theory man. I’m a line officer,” Gifford barks. He backs it up with lots of bite in several feverish sea battles. He’s also a man of heart with a loving wife at home (fellow Academy AwardO winner* Patricia Neal). Vice Adm. Charles Lockwood, World War II commander of all U.S. Pacific submarines, was technical advisor for this adventure packing real you-are-there thrills!

Flying Leathernecks
It’s World War II. Major Dan Kirby (John Wayne) is hard on his marines. His subordinate Captain Carl Griffin thinks the Major is overdoing it. But Kirby proves that there is a method to his madness after all.

Back to Bataan
After the fall of the Philippines to the Japanese in World War II, Col. Joseph Madden (John Wayne) of the U.S. Army stays on to organize guerrilla fighters against the conquerors.

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John Wayne-Ultimate Collector’s Edition


The greatest figure of the American Western and the most popular leading man in Hollywood history. This John Wayne Collection includes over 25 classic Westerns and 36 serial film episodes, this gift set offers an incredible array of John Wayne’s greatest acting triumphs. The films capture the trademark smile, cock of the hat and six-shooter skills that fans love, while the serials provide a glimpse of the multifaceted John Wayne, making this a unique collection for all John Wayne fans.

Films include: Blue Steel, Star Packer, The Trail Beyond, Texas Terror, Lawless Range, Hell Town, Angel and the Badman, Paradise Canyon, West of the Divide, Sagebrush Trail, Winds of the Wasteland, Randy Rides Alone, ‘Neath Arizona Skies, Mclintock, The American West of John Ford, John Wayne Retrospective, Man From Utah, Riders of Destiny, Born to the West, Rainbow Valley, Dawn Rider, Lucky Texan, Lawless Frontier, Desert Trail, Frontier Horizon, That’s Action, His Private Secretary

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John Carter


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John Wayne Film Collection


A Hollywood legend like no other, Academy Awardr Winner John Wayne* remains a true American icon. On horseback in the wild west or in battle on the front lines, “Duke” stands tall as the silver screen’s greatest hero. Gathered together here for the first time are ten of his most outstanding films, including: the 1960 OSCARr Best Picture Nominee The Alamo and The Barbarian and the Geisha, available on DVD for the very first time.

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John Wayne Western Collection


1. Blue Steel
Wayne saves the ranchers of Yucca City.
2. Winds of the Wasteland
Wayne buys a dilapidated stagecoach line.
3. The Dawn Rider
Wayne seeks vengeance for the gang who killed his father!
4. Randy Rides Alone
Wayne enters a saloon full of corpses.
5. The Lawless Frontier
Wayne seeks an outlaw wanted “dead or alive.”
6. Paradise Canyon
Wayne is a sharpshooter in a medicine show.
7. Sagebrush Trail
Wayne is wrongfully convicted of murder!
8. The Star Packer
Wayne turns the tables on the bad guys.
9. The Trail Beyond
Wayne searches for a long-lost miner.
10.The Man from Utah
Wayne investigates the deaths of several rodeo riders.
11. Mclintock! (Widescreen Edition)
Wayne battles with his headstrong wife, his daughter, and a slew of scheming land grabbers.
12. Angel and the BadmanM
Wayne must to choose between avenging his father’s murder or the love of a beautiful lady.
13. Rainbow Valley
Wayne becomes a convict to take down the gang of outlaws.
14. Riders of Destiny
Wayne investigates who is forcing the local ranchers off their lands.
15. The Lucky Texan
Wayne discovers a rich gold strike.
16. Hell Town
Wayne outsmarts a gang of cattle rustlers.
17. `Neath the Arizona Skies
Wayne is framed as a bank robber.
18. West of the Divide
Wayne is out to revenge the murder of his parents.
19. The Desert Trail
Wayne is wrongly accused of armed robbery.
20. Texas Terror
Wayne believes he accidentally killed his best friend.

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