Cowboys, The - (Original Trailer)
When his crew quits, John Wayne has to train schoolboys for the big cattle drive in The Cowboys (1972).
Cowboys, The (1972) -- (Movie Clip) Everybody Lit Out
John Wayne as 1870s Montana rancher Wil Andersen, hard at work in director Mark Rydells opening, visited by erstwhile cowhands (Matt Clark as Smiley, with Jerry Gatlin and Walter Scott), not up for a cattle drive, then conferring with his wife (Sara Cunningham), in The Cowboys, 1972.
Cowboys, The (1972) -- (Movie Clip) You're A Hard Man
Rancher Andersen (John Wayne) is busy training his schoolboy recruits for a cattle drive when they meet Watts (Bruce Dern, a.k.a. Long Hair) and pals (Dick Farnsworth, Wallace Brooks), whose friendly inquiry turns somewhat ugly, in director Mark Rydells The Cowboys, 1972.
Last Sunset, The (1961) -- (Movie Clip) Cowboys Aren't Very Bright
We know little about the Kirk Douglas character here, except that Rock Hudson's after him, as he introduces himself to Dorothy Malone (Mrs. Breckenridge), daughter Melissa (Carol Lynley) and hired man Wing (Regis Toomey), at a ranch in Mexico, in Robert Aldrich's The Last Sunset, 1961.
Cowboys, The (1972) -- (Movie Clip) I Don't Go To School
1870s Montana, rancher Andersen (John Wayne) is trying out schoolboys for his cattle drive, (Alfred Barker Jr. as Fats, Stephen Hudis as Schwartz) when A Martinez, as Cimarron, shows up, with an impressive ride, and a fracas with Slim (Robert Carradine), in director Mark Rydells The Cowboys, 1972.
Cowboys, The (1972) -- (Movie Clip) Hirin' Schoolboys
Montana rancher Andersen (John Wayne) and pal Anse (Slim Pickens) looking to staff a cattle drive, with most men away chasing a gold rush, so they visit the school, (taught by Allyn Ann McLerie), Robert Carradine and Mike Pyeatt the featured students, in The Cowboys, 1972.
Straight Place And Show (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Rootin' Hootin' Tootin' Cowboys
So far weve only met the high-society horse-owning foils to the headliners but here the stars are introduced at the track, Ritz Brothers Jimmy, Harry and Al running a kiddie show, with a specialty number by Sid Kuller, Ray Golden and Jule Styne, early in Straight Place And Show, 1938.