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Author: John Ford; Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation.; Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Inc.
Publisher: [Beverly Hills, Calif.] : [20th Century Fox Home Entertainment], [©2007]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
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[Four sons]: A Bavarian widow's three sons fight for Germany in World War I while a fourth goes to America; [Three bad men]: Three outlaws become protectors of a young girl after her mother is killed; [Hangman's house]: An exiled Irish patriot returns to Ireland to avenge his dead sister; [Iron horse]: A contractor and a land owner are at odds over the path of the newly authorized Union Pacific Railroad; [Just
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Genre/Form: Feature films
Named Person: John Ford; John Ford
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: John Ford; Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation.; Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Inc.
OCLC Number: 184953524
Notes: Title from cover of boxed set.
"The Ford at Fox collection"--Packaging of Becoming John Ford.
Credits: All films directed by John Ford.
Description: 21 videodiscs : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in., in box 34 x 34 x 9 cm + 1 book + 2 brochures
Details: DVD.
Contents: John Ford's films: v. 1. Just pals --
v. 2. The iron horse --
v. 3. The iron horse (special features) --
v. 4. Hangman's house --
3 bad men --
v. 5. Four sons --
v. 6. Born reckless --
Pilgrimage --
v. 7. When Willie comes marching home --
Up the river --
v. 8. Four men and a prayer --
Seas beneath --
v. 9. Judge priest --
Doctor Bull --
v. 10. The world moves on --
v. 11. Steamboat 'round the bend --
v. 12. The prisoner of Shark Island --
v. 13. Wee Willie Winkie --
v. 14. Young Mr. Lincoln --
v. 15. Drums along the Mohawk --
v. 16. The grapes of wrath --
v. 17. Tobacco Road --
v. 18. How green was my valley --
v. 19. My darling Clementine --
v. 20. What price glory. Accompanying material: v. 21. Becoming John Ford / produced by Nick Redman and Jamie Willett, written by Julie Kirgo (1 videodisc (93 min.) : sd., col., b & w ; 4 3/4 in) --
Ford at Fox / with an introductory essay by Joseph McBride (168 p. : chiefly ill. ; 32 cm.) --
William Fox presents The iron horse, a John Ford production : [reproduction of the theatrical souvenir brochure] ([20] p. : ill. (some col.) ; 31 cm.) --
William Fox presents Four sons, by I.A.R. Wylie, John Ford production, souvenir program : [reproduction] ([16] p. : ill. (some col.) ; 31 cm.).
Other Titles: Ford at Fox collection

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[Four sons]: A Bavarian widow's three sons fight for Germany in World War I while a fourth goes to America; [Three bad men]: Three outlaws become protectors of a young girl after her mother is killed; [Hangman's house]: An exiled Irish patriot returns to Ireland to avenge his dead sister; [Iron horse]: A contractor and a land owner are at odds over the path of the newly authorized Union Pacific Railroad; [Just pals]: A small-town tramp and a homeless boy become friends; [Four men and a prayer]: The story of what happens when one man gets in the way of an international arms syndicate and how his sons clear his name; [The Seas beneath]: A maritime action story, set in the last days of WWI; [Born reckless]: Follows a young gangster who gets busted during a robbery and is given a choice between jail and joining the army to fight in World War I. Choosing the military, he distinguishes himself as a hero overseas, only to return home and revert back to his criminal ways; [Up the river]: Two escaped prisoners try to help another prisoner whose past is in danger of being exposed; [Pilgrimage]: A mother who disapproves of her son's fiancée signs him up for the army not realizing the fiancée is pregnant. The mother, after her son is killed, tries to reconcile with the fiancée and the grandson; [Drums along the mohawk]: Homesteading farmers in upstate New York try to protect their home during the Revolutionary War; [Grapes of wrath]: Dust Bowl refugees search for work in Depression-era California; [My darling Clementine]: The Earp brothers fight the Clantons at the O.K. Corral; [How green was my valley]: A mining family in turn-of-the-century Wales struggles for unity and fair pay; [Doctor Bull]: a small-town physician ministers to the citizens of a small Kentucky town, often substituting advice and witticisms for pills and sutures. Bull triumphs over his adversaries when he stems a typhoid epidemic, proving that the disease was spread by pollution from the construction camp owned by the town's resident scrooge; [Judge Priest]: Rogers plays a small-town judge whose unconventional but sound policies endear him to his constituents; [Steamboat around the bend]: When riverboat captain doctor John Pearly learns that his nephew Duke has killed a man in self-defense, he urges Duke to turn himself in. But Duke's only chance for freedom is the testimony of a half-crazed witness, New Moses, who has disappeared upriver; [The world moves on]: Covers over one hundred years in the lives of two Louisiana familes, the Girards and the Warburtons; [Prisoner of shark island]: Dr. Samuel A. Mudd is tried and convicted for treating the injured John Wilkes Booth following Abraham Lincoln's assassination.

[Young Mr. Lincoln]: A fictionalized account of Abraham Lincoln's early years as a lawyer in Springfield, IL.; [Wee Willie Winkie]: An American girl arrives in India to live with her Colonel grandfather and teaches the adults that there are other ways than war to solve problems; [When Willie comes marching home]: Willie is frustrated because he joined the army to serve overseas, but winds up training other soldiers in his home town; [What price glory]: Two Marines become rivals for the love of a woman in World War I France.

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