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John Wayne / directed by Robert North Bradbury (film 1) ; Phil Whitman (film 2) ; Carl Pierson (film 3) -- Ford I. Beebe (film 4).

Bradbury, Robert N. (Robert North), (director.). Wayne, John, 1907-1979 (cast.). Whitman, Phil, (director.). Beebe, Ford, (director.). Pierson, Carl, (director.).

Available copies

  • 2 of 2 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

Current holds

0 current holds with 2 total copies.

Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Shoals PL - Shoals DVD JOH (Text) 70512000000779 DVDs, Adult Available -

Record details

  • Physical Description: 1 videodisc (5 hr. 48 min.) ; sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Edition: Full screen format (aspect ratio 4 x 3)
  • Publisher: LaCrosse, Wis. : Platinum Disc Corporation, [date of publication not identified]

Content descriptions

Formatted Contents Note: Rainbow Valley (1935, approx 49 min.) -- His private secretary (1933, approx. 60 min.) -- Paradise Canyon (1935, approx. 53 min.) -- Shadow of the eagle, complete 12-chapter serial (1932, approx. 3 hrs., 6 min)
Participant or Performer Note: CAST : John Wayne [4 films] ; Reginald Barlow, Evelyn Knapp [film 2] ; Earle Hodgkins, Marion Burns [film 3].
Summary, etc.: [Rainbow Valley] A covert government, is sent to protect the men building a road in Rainbow Valley, from the gang who claims the territory and whose main interest lies in the area's gold mine -- [His private secretary] Dick Wallace, a womanizer and son of a driven businessman, tries to track down a debtor but is quickly distracted by the man's pretty granddaughter Marion. His crude behavior puts her off, but now he has the love bug and must prove his sincerity --- [Paradise Canyon] John Wyatt, a covert government agent, is on the hunt for a band of counterfeiters believed to be involved with a traveling medicine show run by Doc Carter. Wyatt suspects Doc as being the ringleader until he and his daughter Linda are kidnapped --- [Shadow of the Eagle] A mystery pilot, known only as the Eagle, is making treacherous threats by writing them in the sky. The creative criminal's intimidation tactics are aimed at a company, for which he wants his own type of justice. Rumors say that a traveling fair owner is the Eagle's true identity, but when the man turns up missing, they begin to doubt his guilt. Pilot Craig McCoy vows to unmask the unknown sky-writer before anything else can run afoul.
Language Note: English soundtrack ; closed-captioned.
Genre: Western films.
Action and adventure films.

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