John Ford Film Collection
Speeches by Great Entertainment Celebrities is a compilation of contributors to the entertainment industry. From filmmakers, producers, and stars to music icons, book writers, and comedians, this collection features words, talks, addresses, reflections, tips, and speeches about their lives and accomplishments. Alfred Hitchcock - Speaks of film making (22:58)James Cameron - Talks about making Avatar and Titanic (16:37)Francis Ford Coppola & Martin Sheen - Reflect on the making of Apocalypse Now (57:51)Martin Scorsese - Making movies and the preservation of film (31:05)Steven Spielberg - Speaks at the Academy of Achievement (12:18)Bill Haley - Talks about the early days of rock 'n' roll (3:48)Elvis Presley - Vancouver, BC, press conference from 1957 (22:35)The Beatles - BBC interview (8:31)Brian Epstein - Talks about managing the Beatles and the music business (14:32)Jimmy Buffett - 2015 University of Miami commencement address (18:33)Ernest Hemingway - Receiving the Nobel Prize (2:08)Ray Bradbury - Writing tips (51:45)Tom Clancy - Speaks on America, government, the private sector, and writing (39:45)John Grisham - 2010 University of North Carolina Chapel Hill commencement (18:30)Katharine Hepburn - Reads a letter she wrote to Spencer Tracy (6:40)Marilyn Monroe - Press conference and "Happy Birthday" to JFK (2:00)Clint Eastwood - "Empty Chair" address at 2012 Republican National Convention (11:12)Robert Redford - 2013 Westminster College Commencement Address (16:57)Barbara Walters - Yale Class of 2012 commencement (24:37)Jennifer Lopez - Address to the Woman's Conference 2008 (10:48)Bob Newhart - Speaks at the Press Club (48:53)Don Rickles - 1985 Address at Ronald Reagan's inauguration party (5:28)
Reader's Digest proudly presents history in the making. From the pivotal battles that changed the course of WWII to the heroic soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of democracy, WWII in the Pacific is a gripping chronicle of the Pacific campaign. This stunning collection is a treasure trove of U.S. military combat footage, including rare color footage of the Battle of Midway and Iwo Jima, original theatrical newsreels, and rousing propaganda films produced by Oscar-winning director John Ford to rally the spirits of America on the homefront.
The golden age of radio had incredible western shows that kept Americans glued to their radio sets. Families gathered around their living room radios to hear western heroes catch the bad-guys and save ladies in distress. This collection includes John Wayne and Claire Trevor starring in a radio adaptation of the John Ford film Stagecoach, James Stewart as slow-talking maverick Britt Ponset on The Six Shooter, William Conrad as U.
Long-lost films by John Ford, Mabel Normand, and Alfred Hitchcock are brought back to life in this collection. "Treasures New Zealand" draws from the extraordinary cache of nitrate prints safeguarded in New Zealand for nearly a century and preserved through a groundbreaking international partnership led by the National Film Preservation Foundation. None of the films have been seen before on video; in fact, none were even thought to exist just four years ago.
For the first time on Blu-ray, watch 10 of America s most important historical films in high definition from the U.S. National Archives collection of World War II (color and black and white) films in WWII in HD. See the short and, the newly released, long version of legendary filmmaker John Ford s Oscar-winning film, December 7th, on the attack on Pearl Harbor and watch intense footage from the Nuremberg Trials in Nuremberg with almost no editorial comment at all.
In Print the Legend: Politics, Culture, and Civic Virtue in the Films of John Ford, a collection of writers explore Ford's view of politics, popular culture, and civic virtue in some of his best films: Drums Along the Mohawk, The Searchers, The Man Who Sh
"The Searchers": Wayne's favorite role. And, many say, Ford's best film. "About as good as Hollywood filmmaking gets.a true American masterpiece" (The Movie Guide). "The Wings Of Eagles": A compassionate biopic salute: aviation pioneer "Spig" Wead (Wayne) overcomes tragedy to forge a Hollywood career. Maureen O'Hara co-stars. "Fort Apache": They're duty bound to obey.
When William Fox brought German Expressionist F.W. Murnau to Fox, a period of artistic freedom and experimentation began. Murnau's techniques were studied by Fox's roster of directors, including John Ford, Raoul Walsh and most notably, Frank Borzage. This collection celebrates the legacy of remarkable movies made for Fox by the two most important directors of their time.