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John Ford

Director, Actor

Films to Rent on VHS

Informer, TheInformer, The (1935) Recommended
Dir. John Ford
Feat. Victor McLaglen
Stunning character study unfolds when an IRA leader is sold out by his dim–witted friend for reward money. Full–blooded acting by all was…
Whole Town's Talking, TheWhole Town's Talking, The (1935)
Dir. John Ford
Feat. Edward G. Robinson, Jean Arthur, Arthur Hohl
Edward G. Robinson stars in a duel role as a meek office clerk who bares a resemblance to Public Enemy Number One. Entertaining mix of farce and…
Wee Willie WinkieWee Willie Winkie (1937)
Dir. John Ford
Feat. Shirley Temple, Victor McLaglen
Charming adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's adventure story, with young Shirley negotiating between the British army and Afghani rebels.
Hurricane, TheHurricane, The (1938)
Dir. John Ford
Feat. Dorothy Lamour, Jon Hall
A doomed South Seas romance between islander natives, provides the melodramatic prelude to an awesome special f/x typhoon. Vintage Hollywood…
Long Voyage Home, TheLong Voyage Home, The (1940)
Dir. John Ford
Feat. John Wayne, Thomas Mitchell, Ian Hunter
John Wayne is a Swedish sailor aboard a doom–ridden tramp steamer circa. WWII, in this portmanteau of four stories by Eugene O'Neill. An…
Fort ApacheFort Apache (1948)
Dir. John Ford
Feat. Henry Fonda, John Wayne, Shirley Temple
The first film of Ford's cavalry trilogy tells of a maverick martinet (Henry Fonda) at odds with his peers and the Injuns. Followed by SHE WORE A…
Three GodfathersThree Godfathers (1948)
Dir. John Ford
Feat. John Wayne
Sentimental, exquisitely–shot Western parable of the Three Wise Men with John Wayne leading the outlaws who adopt a newborn baby.
She Wore a Yellow RibbonShe Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949)
Dir. John Ford
Feat. John Wayne, Joanne Dru, John Agar
Cavalry officer John Wayne is about to retire on the eve of impending war with Indians. Followed by RIO GRANDE.
Wagon Master, The (1950)
Dir. John Ford
Feat. Ben Johnson
Pioneering saga starring Ben Johnson. A personal favourite of its director.
What Price Glory? (1952)
Dir. John Ford
Feat. James Cagney, Dan Dailey, Corinne Calvet
Soldiers James Cagney and Dan Dailey take time out from the trenches of WWI for some zesty romantic rivalry over local attraction Corrinne Calvet.

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