How the West Was Won - (Original Trailer)
Three directors and an all-star cast tell How The West Was Won (1962) starring James Stewart, Gregory Peck, Debbie Reynolds, John Wayne, and Henry Fonda.
How The West Was Won (1962) -- (Movie Clip) You Can Live With That?
Settler Zeb (George Peppard) is enraged because he thinks railroad foreman King (Richard Widmark) has finally provoked the Indians to attack, but it turns out they sent the buffalo, big action sequence from director George Marshalls The Railroad segment of the Cinerama epic How The West Was Won, 1962.
How The West Was Won (1962) -- (Movie Clip) This Land Has A Name Today
After the long overture and with advanced aerial three-camera Cinerama technology, the opening narration by Spencer Tracy, James Stewart's "Linus Rawlings" the first character introduced, from the original How The West Was Won, 1962.
How The West Was Won (1962) -- (Movie Clip) In The Spirit Of Your Forefathers
Trapper Rawlings (James Stewart) is planning revenge on merchant bandit Hawkins (Walter Brennan) and crew, even as hes fleecing bible beating Prescott (Karl Malden) and his clan (Agnes Moorehead, Debbie Reynolds, Carroll Baker et al), mayhem ensuing, in director Henry Hathaways segment of How The West Was Won, 1962.
How The West Was Won (1962) -- (Movie Clip) I Hired This Man!
From director Henry Hathaway's segment The Rivers, new partners Lilith (Debbie Reynolds) and Agatha (Thelma Ritter), first with trail guide Morgan (Robert Preston), then with persistent pursuer Van Valen (Gregory Peck), early in How The West Was Won, 1963.
How The West Was Won (1962) -- (Movie Clip) You Can't Fight Front And Rear
Confused Union solder Zeb (George Peppard) and a Confederate acquaintance (Russ Tamblyn) are discussing deserting together when they overhear a talk between generals Sherman (John Wayne) and Grant (Harry Morgan), during the Battle Of Shiloh, in John Fords brief segment of How The West Was Won, 1962.