John Wayne: Angel & Badman/Blue Steel

John Wayne: Angel & Badman/Blue Steel

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Director: James Edward Grant, Robert North Bradbury

Cast: James Edward Grant, Robert North Bradbury, Joan Barton, John Wayne

     
 
From the Platinum Disc Corporation comes this collection of two Western classics starring the inimitable John Wayne. Angel and the Badman is a story of revenge that also finds The Duke as a gruff outlaw who softens up and falls for Gail Russell, while Blue Steel finds Wayne as an undercover marshal bent on rescuing a young woman played by Eleanor Hunt.

Overview

From the Platinum Disc Corporation comes this collection of two Western classics starring the inimitable John Wayne. Angel and the Badman is a story of revenge that also finds The Duke as a gruff outlaw who softens up and falls for Gail Russell, while Blue Steel finds Wayne as an undercover marshal bent on rescuing a young woman played by Eleanor Hunt.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/02/2002
UPC:
0096009017699
Rating:
PG
Source:
Echo Bridge
Sound:
[Dolby Digital]
Time:
2:39:00
Sales rank:
50,752

Special Features

[None specified]

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Side #1 -- Angel and the Badman
3. Quirt's Demand [9:51]
4. Recovery [11:49]
5. Loredo's Deal [6:49]
6. Staying On [12:29]
7. The Law Comes [18:02]
8. Celebrating [8:13]
9. Back to Penny [10:27]
10. Loredo's Shot [9:30]
11. For Penny [3:59]
12. Facing Loredo [4:24]
Side #2 -- Blue Steel
3. Visitors [3:58]
4. Thief [3:02]
5. Outlaws [5:19]
6. Into Town [7:15]
7. Mellgrove [6:50]
8. Going for Supplies [4:33]
9. Suspicious [3:53]
10. Freeing Ms. Mason [5:37]
11. After Supplies [3:35]
12. All's Well [2:42]

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John Wayne: Angel & Badman/Blue Steel 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A classic western, one of John Wayne's best ever, it will have viewer appeal for generations to come. It's about trust, faith, redemption, and the life-changing power of being a ''friend''. Filmed after some of his World War Two roles, John plays a maturing gunslinger who had a troubled youth. It's a great character, with unusual depth for this era of film. The contrast with Gail Russel seems insurmountable, but her love, her family, and its spiritual overtones, win ''Quirt'' over in the end. Lots of great bit parts. Keeps you on the edge of your seat until the end.