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The Cowboys

By Tom Keogh

Notorious as the first John Wayne film that does the unthinkable--subject Wayne's character to a nasty fate after only a short time--the 1972 Cowboys isn't much more interesting beyond that. The story finds Wayne playing a rancher who takes 11 boys on a cattle drive. They run into a nut case (Bruce Dern) who deprives the kids of their leader, and the rest of the film is a tale of revenge. Mark Rydell (Cinderella Liberty) directs an unexciting production, although performances by some of the younger actors such as A. Martinez and Robert Carradine are memorable. The DVD release has a widescreen presentation, trailers for 13 of Wayne's films, a featurette, optional French soundtrack, and optional French subtitles.

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Director: Mark Rydell

Stars: John Wayne, Bruce Dern, Roscoe Lee Browne, Colleen Dewhurst, Slim Pickens

Released: January 13, 1972

Availability: DVD VHS CD


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