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Fox Western Classics (Rawhide / The Gunfighter / Garden of Evil) [Import]

Gregory Peck , Helen Westcott , Henry Hathaway , Henry King    NR (Not Rated)   DVD
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The Gunfighter (1950) Notorious gunfighter Jimmy Ringo rides into town to find his true love, who doesn't want to see him. He hasn't come looking for trouble, but trouble finds him around every corner. Arthur Miller: Painter with Light featurette The Western Grows Up featurette Restoration comparison Original theatrical trailer B&W, 1.33, English 2.0, English 1.0, Spanish 1.0, French 1.0, English and Spanish subtitles Rawhide (1951) From acclaimed director Henry Hathaway comes this riveting thriller "expertly put together with gripping action" (Daily Variety). Screen legend Tyrone Power eschews his usual heroic persona to give a riveting performance as a mild-mannered mule herder, who finds himself in a battle of wits with a dangerous posse of outlaws in "one of the most intense melodramas to be seen... in any season." Susan Hayward: Hollywood's Straight Shooter featurette Shoot It in Lone Pine! featurette B&W, 1.33, English 2.0, English 1.0, English, French, and Spanish subtitles Garden of Evil (1954) Gary Cooper, Richard Widmark and Cameron Mitchell portray three somewhat disreputable 19th-century soldiers of fortune, en route to California to prospect for gold. Stopping over in a tiny Mexican village, the three men are hired by Susan Hayward to rescue her husband, who is trapped in a gold mine in hostile Indian territory. The threesome agree to the expedition, their interest piqued by the possibility of picking up some gold themselves. Commentary by film and music historians John Morgan, Nick Redman, Steven Smith, and William Stromberg Isolated score track Travels of a Gunslinger: The Making of Garden of Evil featurette Henry Hathaway: When the Going Gets Tough... featurette Interactive pressbooks Advertising gallery Still gallery Color, 2.55, English 4.0, Spanish 1.0, French 1.0, English and Spanish subtitles


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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Classic westerns Nov. 29 2011
By garymck
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For those who love westerns with stars in their prime, these three features are among the best. All of them dealt with moral issues, ones from which we can learn today.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Three Awesome Westerns In One Great Collection March 15 2008
By Terence Allen - Published on Amazon.com
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Three long overdue for DVD Westerns are together in one collection. Each of these movies are great individually, but together, makes this a must-have Western film. Here are the three films -

Rawhide - Rawhide deserves not only a DVD release, but recognition as one of the greatest Westerns ever. Taut, masterful direction by the great Henry Hathaway, and excellent perfomances by everyone makes this a must have film for anyone who loves the Western genre.

Tyrone Power and Susan Hayward are trapped at a stage way station by a gang of desperate criminals. Surprises and tragedy unfold as Power, Hayward, and Hayward's baby try to survive and outwit the criminals.

There are scenes in this film that are so tense that even today's hardened, jaded moviegoers will appreciate. This was not a film with larger than life heroes or cardboard cutout villains, but real people well portrayed with great lines from a magnificent script.

The Gunfighter - Gregory Peck, with his natural, spare acting style, and his folksy, plain demeanor, was a natural for Westerns, and his greatness in this genre was never more evident in this 1950 film, which was one of the earlier psychological Westerns.

Peck plays Jimmie Ringo, the most notorious gunfighter in the West, is running from the brothers of a man he killed. He shows up in a town where his ex-wife lives with their young son. Ringo holds up in the town saloon as a favor to the town marshal, who an old friend, while he waits for an opportunity to see his wife.

Meanwhile, the town is taken over with the nervous enthusiasm of people wanting to see a celebrity, a shootout, or a dead celebrity. At the same time, a young punk, would-be gunfighter has heard that Ringo is in town, and is itching to make his reputation off of killing Ringo.

Everyone delivers excellent performances, and the movie has a lot to say about voyeurism, celebrity, longing, and regret. This is a fantastic movie, and without question, one of the best Westerns ever made.

Garden of Evil - This great Western was never even released on VHS, much less video, which is a shame since it had great performance from two great Western actors, Gary Cooper and Richard Widmark. Cooper, Widmark, and two other soldiers of fortune, played by Cameron Mitchell and Victor Manuel Mendoza, arrive in Mexico having responded to an add to make lots of money. They are greeted by Susan Hayward, who takes them on a perilous journey to rescue her husband, who has been injured in a mining accident. If the journey and the rescue weren't hard enough, the location of the mine in in Indian territory. Soon, alliances are made, broken, and remade, and emotions, greed, and violence ensues.

This film may be regarded as the least of the three by some, but it has terrific acting by all, and is a wonderful showcase of Cooper beginning the twilight phase of his magnificent career, where he tended to play veteran loners who find that they still have lots to live for, and who usually finds love and renewed courage along the way.

All three films are excellent, and should have merited individual releases, making this release combining all three is even more special.
48 of 53 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars "FOX WESTERN CLASSICS"- 3 DVD BOX SET March 2 2008
By L. Dequesada - Published on Amazon.com
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At long last "The Garden of Evil"(Color 1954) even if it is included in a trilogy with two other great western movies "Rawhide" and "The Gunfighter", in a collection called "Fox Western Classics". These are great western films, but to me the crown jewel is "Garden of Evil". An extraordinary western with a star studded cast that includes, Gary Cooper, Susan Hayward, Richard Widmark, Cameron Mitchell, Victor Manuel Mendoza and Rita Moreno. This one alone "is worth the ticket". You will not be sorry in purchasing the unique box set. If you like westerns, do not miss this one. I highly recommend it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars GARDEN OF EVIL highlights Forgotten Classic Westerns April 1 2008
By gobirds2 - Published on Amazon.com
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1954's GARDEN OF EVIL is a Western rich with characterization that seems stereotypical on the surface, but on analysis, runs much deeper. Susan Hayward (an enigmatic heroine) hires a group of stranded travelers in a Mexican waterfront town to follow her to a remote mine where her husband is trapped. The adventurous group is comprised of Gary Cooper (the upright, moralistic hero), Richard Widmark (a cynical witticism spouting gambler), Victor Manuel Mendoza (the good-natured Mexican guide) and Cameron Mitchell (the back-shooting kid gunslinger). They must traverse perilous and dangerous Indian territory to get to the mine, but their motives are unclear. Is it the trapped man, the lure of gold or the subdued sexual attraction that Hayward exudes that drives them? The narrative is a study of personalities in conflict, their motivations, loyalties, cowardice and heroism. Richard Widmark's character comes off as the most interesting. He lingers in the viewer's mind long after the film is over and the question is raised - which is the more honorable: the moralistic hero or the dubiously elegant yet noble rogue? Henry Hathaway is a director known for atmosphere, character and authentic locations. He combines mood and action. This film has all those elements. It is beautifully photographed, yet the picturesque landscapes are juxtaposed with disturbingly photographed death scenes, menacing ever-lurking Indians (always photographed from a distance) and even mysterious looking set designs. The church bell tower sprouting up from the dried lava is all that remains of the town outside the mine and is symbolically ominous in appearance. Frank Fenton's screenplay is filled with vague dialog and only adds to the total feeling of uneasiness that permeates this film. Bernard Herrmann's score accentuates the moodiness of this haunting adventure tale, itself also vague and non-specific. It is very untypical of the Hollywood Western. He achieved a recurrent sense of ominous fate throughout this entire film without the score ever entering into the psychological realm. This is by no means a minor score by Herrmann and I rank this as one of his great scores. GARDEN OF EVIL under Henry Hathaway's direction intelligently yet emotionally integrates the psychological aspects of his characters and even the threatening locale into the action elements found in the standard Western genre to create an unnerving and very thought provoking experience.

1950's THE GUNFIGHTER directed by Henry King is a great character study of the larger than life notion of the hired gunman. Gregory Peck's performance breaks down the mythology of the Western gunman and makes him a real a man who had hopes and aspirations and saw those dreams slip through his fingers and blow away like tumbleweed. The script by William Bowers, William Sellers, André De Toth and Nunnally Johnson develop a familiar theme that is so central to many Westerns since. The focus is on the one way of life that has been outlived by time, the collapse of open space and the indistinct progress of civilization. And if that way of life has been characterized by human failures and transgressions, is redemption through a return to a conventional life possible? Alfred Newman's score is very thought provoking and subtle and is a important enhancement to this central theme. THE GUNFIGHTER also has a strong cast that strengthens the narrative with the likes of Karl Malden, Skip Homeier, Richard Jaeckel, Kenneth Tobey, Ellen Corby, Helen Westcott and Alan Hale Jr.

1951's RAWHIDE also directed by Henry Hathaway is a solid entry in the Western genre strong on character motivations and building suspense as outlaws hold citizens captive in a stagecoach station. It has a superlative cast including Tyrone Power, Susan Hayward, Dean Jagger, Jack Elam, Edgar Buchanan, Hugh Marlowe, Kenneth Tobey and George Tobias. Thomas Little and Stuart A. Reiss designed the primary sets with art designs by Lyle Wheeler and George W. Davis and great camera work by cinematographer Milton Krasner all essential to the central story. Composers Sol Kaplan and Lionel Newman turned in an interesting score.
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Susan Hayward steals the whole show! June 4 2008
By G. Van Der Grinten - Published on Amazon.com
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3 good westerns in one package...and yet after having watched the 3 movies, it's the performances of the great late Susan Hayward that mesmorizes me the most...

In "Rawhide"(1951) as much as in "Garden of Evil" (1954) she is fascinating in her timing,agressivity yet always extremely feminine and sexy...

What a star she was...Studios (especially 20 century fox) should threat her superb legacy much better by releasing one or two Susan Hayward DVD boxsets featuring the big hits she was in from the second half of the fourties up to the late sixties....She remained a front rank super star for 20 years..not a small feat for a female star of her generation!

In "Garden of evil" she is spectacular in technicolor! Watch her...
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars We Can Make It, Honey Dec 29 2007
By Gunner - Published on Amazon.com
The Gunfighter DVD

Gregory Peck stars as the proverbial gunfighter who is forced into a kill-or-be-killed life.

Jimmy Ringo has legendary speed with a gun, hence every young cowpoke who thinks he's fast wants to kill him to get his reputation. Peck plays a superb role in this western classic.

Highly recommended for fans of Gregory Peck and western movies.

Gunner December, 2007
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