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John Wayne & the cowboys

Deserted by his regular help, a rancher is forced to use eleven young boys to help drive his cattle across four hundred miles of western country, and turns them into men while doing it.

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  • "Deserted by his regular help, a rancher is forced to use eleven young boys to help drive his cattle across four hundred miles of western country, and turns them into men while doing it."@en
  • "A rancher hires 11 schoolboys to drive his cattle to market when the gold rush lures all the men away. Along the trail the boys learn how to do their job and become men."
  • "A rancher hires 11 schoolboys to drive his cattle to market when the gold rush lures all the men away. Along the trail the boys learn how to do their job and become men."@en
  • "A tougher-than-leather rancher who is deserted by his regular help hires eleven greenhorn schoolboys for a cattle drive across 400 treacherous miles. Newly restored and remastered with new special features, including two featurettes."@en
  • "Een fokker neemt elf onervaren jongens aan om zijn vee over een afstand van 400 mijlen te drijven. Er ontstaat een hechte band tussen de jongens, als de fokker wordt vermoord zinnen ze op wraak."
  • "John Wayne plays Wil Anderson, a leathertough rancher who, deserted by his regular help, hires 11 greenhorn schoolboys for a cattle drive across 400 miles."@en
  • "A rancher (Wayne) hires 11 schoolboys to drive his cattle to market when the gold rush lures all the men away. Along the trail the boys learn how to do their job and become men."@en
  • "John Wayne had brawled bareknuckle, gunned down horsebacked hordes, fought jungle wars and captained the skies. But The Cowboys gave him one of the most acclaimed roles of his career: Wil Andersen, a leather-tough rancher who, deserted by his regular help, hires 11 greenhorn schoolboys for a cattle drive across 400 miles of the West's meanest country. When the dust settled, Wayne hadn't just cussed, roped and bullied the boys into men, he'd given one of his best performances. Also, enjoy for the frist time since a few 1972 premiere engagements the Overture, Entr'Acte and Exit Music of John Williams' marvelous score."@en
  • "A tough rancher, deserted by his regular help, hires 11 schoolboys for a 400 mile cattle drive."@en
  • "Wayne, deserted by his regular help, is forced to use 11 young boys to help drive his cattle across 400 miles of Western country, and turns them into men while doing it."@en
  • "An aging rancher is forced to take eleven schoolboys with him on a cattle drive."
  • ""When his cattle drivers abandon him for the gold fields, rancher Wil Andersen is forced to take on a collection of young boys as his drivers in order to get his herd to market in time to avoid financial disaster. The boys learn to do a man's job under Andersen's tutelage, however, neither Andersen nor the boys know that a gang of cattle thieves is stalking them"--Internet movie database summary by Jim Beaver, as viewed on February 12, 2008."@en
  • "A rancher hires 11 schoolboys to drive his cattle to market when the gold rush lures all the men away. Along the trail the boys learn how to do their job and become men."
  • "Vecchio allevatore a corto di aiuti insegna a una decina di ragazzini che il massacro dei nemici è la premessa di un mondo ben ordinato. (Mymovies)."
  • "John Wayne plays a leather-tough rancher who, deserted by his regular help, hires 11 greenhorn schoolboys for a cattle drive across 400 treacherous miles."
  • "Wil Andersen has 1,500 cattle to drive to market but rumors of a gold strike have drained every able-bodied trailhand in the area. So Andersen is forced to hire 11 schoolboys for a 400 mile cattle drive."@en
  • "When a rancher is deserted by his regular cattle drivers for the gold mines, he (Wayne) is forced to take on a collection of young boys as his drivers in order to cross the 400 treacherous miles to get his herd to market in time to avoid financial disaster. The boys learn to do a man's job under his tutelage, however, neither he nor the boys are aware that a gang of cattle thieves is stalking them."
  • "When a rancher is deserted by his regular cattle drivers for the gold mines, he (Wayne) is forced to take on a collection of young boys as his drivers in order to cross the 400 treacherous miles to get his herd to market in time to avoid financial disaster. The boys learn to do a man's job under his tutelage, however, neither he nor the boys are aware that a gang of cattle thieves is stalking them."@en
  • "When a rancher is deserted by his regular cattle drivers for the gold mines, Wil Andersen is forced to take on a collection of young boys as his drivers in order to cross the 400 treacherous miles to get his herd to market in time to avoid financial disaster. The boys learn to do a man's job under Andersen's tutelage, however, neither Andersen nor the boys are aware that a gang of cattle thieves is stalking them."@en
  • "When the gold rush lures all the men away, a rancher hires eleven schoolboys to help drive his cattle over four hundred miles of rough terrain. The boys grow up quickly."

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  • "Drama."
  • "Drama."@en
  • "Film adaptations."@en
  • "Film adaptations."
  • "Western"
  • "Western"@en
  • "Westerns."@en
  • "Film and video adaptations"@en
  • "Features."@en
  • "Action and adventure films."@en
  • "Film adaptations"@en
  • "Drama"@en
  • "Drama"
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  • "Feature films."
  • "DVD-Video discs."@en
  • "Western films."
  • "Western films."@en
  • "Videodiscs."
  • "Video recordings for the hearing impaired."
  • "Video recordings for the hearing impaired."@en
  • "Crime"
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  • "western (fiction)"
  • "Western (Genere)"

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  • "Die Cowboys : [based on the novel by William Dale Jennings] /"
  • "John Wayne & the cowboys"@en
  • "Die Cowboys"
  • "Cowboys (Motion picture : 1972)"@en
  • "The cowboys,"
  • "I cowboys /"
  • "Cowboys (Motion picture)"@en
  • "breaking of boys, and the making of man"
  • "The Cowboys"@en
  • "The Cowboys"
  • "The COWBOYS"
  • "Breaking of boys and the making of men"
  • "Die Cowboys /"
  • "The cowboys."
  • "The cowboys /"@en
  • "Cowboys /"
  • "Les cowboys"
  • "The cowboys"
  • "The cowboys"@en
  • "The cowboys = Les cowboys = I cowboys /"

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