Enjoy these Western classics in this 4 movie collection featuring THE BRAVADOS, BUFFALO BILL, DRUMS ALONG THE MOHAWK and IN OLD ARIZONA.
THE BRAVADOS: Jim Douglas (Gregory Peck) rides into town the night before the hanging of four outlaws. He's been on their trail, believing they raped and killed his wife. But hours before the execution, the four escape, taking a beautiful young woman hostage. Now it's a murderous race to the Mexican border. Taking charge of the posse, Douglas tracks down the criminals one by one-until the stunning, powerful conclusion reveals a terrible secret that leaves Douglas more desperate for salvation than revenge!
BUFFALO BILL: Joel McCrea is William Frederick Cody, Buffalo Bill to generation of Americans, cavalry scout, buffalo hunter, Indian rights activist and Western hero, Maureen O'Hara is the well to do beauty from the East who falls in love with him, and must choose between wild passion and civilized society. Anthony Quinn is the Indian brave who was once like a brother to Cody and who is now his sworn enemy.
DRUMS ALONG THE MOHAWK: Lawless frontier. Indian attacks. Settlers protecting themselves the only way they know how-with guns and courage. In the years before the Revolutionary War, the East was as wild as the West would be one hundred years later. Henry Fonda delivers one of his most memorable performances ever as a young frontier leader protecting his family in the backwoods of New York state. Claudette Colbert co-stars as his spirited wife. With a fine supporting cast that also includes Edna May Oliver and John Carradine, this is one of John Ford's most exciting historical dramas.
IN OLD ARIZONA: Warner Baxter received an Academy Award for his portrayal of the Cisco Kid, the Robin Hood of the West who was based on the character conceived by O. Henry. Originally cast in the role, director Raoul Walsh (White Heat) had to drop out of the project after a car accident involving a jackrabbit left him with his signature eye patch, which he wore for the rest of his life. The Cisco Kid and his rival, Sgt. Mickey Dunne (Edmund Lowe), are both in love with the fetching Tonia Maria (Dorothy Burgess, Lady For A Night), whose beauty is equal only to her trickery. She soon betrays the Kid to the Sergeant, and Cisco turns ruthless in his quest for revenge, plotting to ensnare Tonia in a trap that was meant for him.