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Although scarcely seen in its original 3-D, and entirely out of sight for a decade and a half after its producer-star died, Hondo has maintained a high rep among John Wayne fans--and it wasn't even directed by Howard Hawks or John Ford. (Actually, Ford did shoot some second-unit stuff while visiting Wayne on location.) Half-breed Hondo, companioned only by an antisocial dog, tends to be more sympathetic toward the Apaches than toward the white society he occasionally scouts for. He falls into uneasy friendship with a New Mexico farmwoman (Geraldine Page) whose husband deserts her for long stretches, and whose son (Lee Aaker) is blood brother to the local Apache chieftain. A good, spare frontier tale--Louis L'Amour via James Edward (Angel and the Badman) Grant--in which danger and solace come in unexpected ways. John Farrow, who did direct, brings it in at a lean 84 minutes. Page was Oscar®-nominated for this first film role. --Richard T. Jameson --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Great Movie needed a good Copy Quick Delivery and arrived in good ConditionPublished 9 months ago by rick hazelton
Classic John Wayne movie. Good quality picture and sound on the CD. I need to get more John Wayne CDs!Published 19 months ago by Robby
How can you go wrong with the Duke. I am a huge fan and want the movies on DVD prices were right and the selection was great the more the better is the way I look at it.Published 22 months ago by Allen Patterson
That is all that need be said. Any movie with John Wayne is worth owning. When you find a great movie for a great price , what else is there to say. Read morePublished on June 20 2013 by mike srbu
This is a rip roaring Western in the classic tradition and one of john Wayne best films. From the bar room brawls to the Indian chase scene to the wagon fight this movie has it all... Read morePublished on Feb. 6 2009 by D. R. White