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|John Wayne Collection 4 Film Favorites |
They Were Expendable / Operation Pacific / Flying Leathernecks / Back to Bataan
Actor: John Wayne
Genres: Action & Adventure, Westerns, Drama
They Were Expendable Operation Pacific Flying Leathernecks Back to Bataan
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Elizabeth W. (sunnydaye) from MT PLEASANT, SC
Reviewed on 2/25/2010...
John Wayne is always a favorite in our house and these were upto par, so if you are a John Wayne fan, these would be a great addition to your collection. He puts a human face on war tragedy and then adds old fashioned love stories and good clean humor. There is nothing like the old movies!
T. MISURACA | San Antonio | 02/09/2008
(1 out of 5 stars)
"The movie is great!!!!! The four in one DVD stunk. The quality was poor. Everytime the movie would change to a new scene the movie would freeze. It was a pain to watch. From now on I'd rather have the single DVD."
Truly pleased by John Wayne fan.
S. Folsom | Hermiston, OR USA | 07/12/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I purchased this title: John Wayne War: 4 Film Favorites for my favorite John Wayne fan. He tells me the films are clear and bright and he could not detect any "editing" out of favorite scenes. The films are full length, the sound is crisp and clear. I will be purchasing other films for him as gifts."
I Was Born Fifty Years Too Late !
Michael Cavenaugh | Bakersfield, CA USA | 03/02/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"They Were Expendable may arguably be the best John Wayne WW II movie he ever made. After watching Flying Leathernecks I statrted wondering if I could find an old Hellcat that I could go fly, (It turns out those Grummans are very exspensive and suck lot's of fuel). Realizing that I could never afford to go fly on of those magnificent machines I was forced to come to grips with reality and do what any red blooded american fighting male would do, I watched it again with equal enthusiasim! Operation Pacific is most people favorite, In just thought it was okay. Back to Bataan is good in that it chronicals the effort to and for America by Fillipino citizens."