Appearing in more films than any major star, the legacy of John Wayne continues with the popularity of DVD. DVD release: 5-20-03 (2.35:1 anamorphic; 4.0 Surround; 107m:16s). Davy Crockett), Richard Widmark, Laurence Harvey, Richard Boone, Frankie Avalon. John Marlowe), William Holden, Constance Towers, Judson Pratt, Hoot Gibson. The plaintiff had sought to stop Republic from releasing a picture titled “In Old Oklahoma,” based on a story by Thomson Burtis, called “War of the Wildcats.” According to the agreement entered between both parties, Republic agrees that it will withdraw the title after January 1, 1945, in this country, after April 1, 1945, in Canada, and after January 1, 1946, in foreign countries.This filmography chronicles his amazing career, a catalog of theatrically released feature films and serials available on DVD, Blu-ray, Laser Disc, CED (RCA Selecta Vision Video Disc), and VHS. DVD release: 6-5-01 (1.85:1 anamorphic; 5.1 Surround [remixed from mono] and 2.0 mono; 123m:11s); 5-19-09: 2-disc Paramount Centennial Collection special edition (click for cover) from a new transfer (1.78:1 anamorphic; 5.1 Surround [remixed from mono] and 2.0 mono; 123m:13s; Region 1/4). North to Alaska 20th Century-Fox (1960) Fox 2007557 (keep case) John Wayne (Sam Mc Cord), Stewart Granger, Ernie Kovacs, Fabian, Capucine. Republic Pictures Corporation announced, in connection with the Theatre Guild settlement on the “In Old Oklahoma” title, that published reports stating that “Republic also agrees not to use the word 'Oklahoma' in any other film” are not correct.
Unless noted all sound films were photographed full-frame and use standard 35mm film with four perforations running vertically at 24fps. (See notes.) Paramount (1964) Tohokushinsha Film Corp. horizontal/24fps; presented in single-film Cinerama for roadshow engagements]/2.35:1; 138 mins. (cover shown on hover); on Laser Disc, in conjunction with Best Film & Video Corp., by Image Entertainment (2.35:1; 142m:37s with intermission and exit music; 137m:54s without music). DVD release: 2-27-03 (2.35:1 anamorphic; 4.0 Surround; 137m:54s [there is no intermission and exit music]). United Artists (1963) Paramount 88762 (keep case) John Wayne (George Washington Mc Lintock), Maureen O'Hara, Patrick Wayne, Stefanie Powers, Jack Kruschen. Exploitation at its best: Raiders of the Desert, a 1941 Universal picture that used a little footage from Wayne's I Cover the War, has the Duke first-billed alongside Desert Command which was culled from the serial The Three Musketeers.
Following the process is the aspect ratio used for the general release print, not necessarily the negative or DVD ratio. (Japan) TCD1061 (Region 2 NTSC; keep case) John Wayne (Matt Masters), Claudia Cardinale, Rita Hayworth, Lloyd Nolan, Richard Conte. The date is January 27, 1950, a ploy used in the 300-seat Mercury Theatre in Buffalo, New York. Like the other two early Columbia westerns available on DVD, Texas Cyclone and Two-Fisted Law, The Range Feud is derived from a 16mm television print issued by Gail Pictures in the 1950's, with a 1931 copyright statement by Gail Pictures International Corp.
Cast lists are generally based on the order and spelling as they appear five deep in the opening credits. Also available on various public domain labels although four songs in the film are still under copyright. Legend of the Lost has the MPAA seal on the print but with no certificate number.
If John Wayne's name does not appear within that criteria a note follows with billing information (e.g. Films where he was uncredited are denoted in blue text with notes at the bottom of the filmography outlining his involvement—not always as an actor. DVD release: 10-11-05 (2.30:1 anamorphic; 5.1 Surround [remixed from mono] and 2.0 mono; 126m:40s [127m:09s•]). The Lone Star Ranger is commonly listed as being released on January 5, 1930, but opened on December 31, 1929, at the Capitol Theater in Dunkirk, New York.
Also included are his character names excluding in most cases aliases. Copyrighted and world premiere: 221 mins.; general release: 195 mins.; BBFC: 198m:53s. AFI: 135 mins.; copyrighted: 131 mins.; BBFC: 136m:47s and 131m:59s. Donovan's Reef Paramount (1963) Paramount 06220 (keep case) John Wayne (Michael Patrick “Guns” Donovan), Lee Marvin, Elizabeth Allen, Jack Warden, Cesar Romero. The film was copyrighted December 4, 1929, so may have been in release even earlier than December 31.
The principal cast is followed by the director, color process and if applicable the widescreen process. DVD release: 3-6-01 (2-disc special edition; 2.75:1 anamorphic; 5.1 and 2.0 Surround; 198m:51s); 7-6-04 (movie-only edition). The uncut version was released on VHS by Best Film & Video Corp. Pittsburgh was officially released on December 11, 1942, but previously had test runs in six Eastern industrial centers, and Universal had advertised the film for a Thanksgiving release.
The latter is listed with the release date, including whether it is an anamorphic or non-anamorphic print. Typical of their prints, the credits are bastardized and in this case the title appears as Range Fued.
Some ratios with the same number vary slightly in size so rounding has been used. AFI and US/UK theatrical release: 165 mins.; BBFC: 165m:00s; BFI: 167m:06s; copyrighted: 170 mins. vertical/24fps]/2.75:1 [70mm]; 2.35:1 [35mm]; 199 mins. The film was copyrighted and initially advertised as The Range Feud. was a subsidiary of Hygo Television Films, Inc., which purchased, among other deals, 79 westerns from Columbia Pictures in 1955.
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