The movie doesn’t have much action as it’s “B” movie from Republic studio in which it’s one of Wayne’s few dramas. It’s not a favorite movie of mine though I own the Olive BD. I haven’t watched it since I bought that BD several years ago. It’s a short movie too, somewhere around 80 minutes or so. It takes place during the depression with dust bowl farmers trying to relocate to better farmland.
You're tempting me there, Robert. 7th Cavalry has been on my iTunes wishlist forever and hasn't seen a price break. As a Sony title there's perhaps ever-so-slightly a chance of a future 4K upgrade, but who am I kidding? As for Fire Down Below and Affair in Trinidad, they are in the Mill Creek Rita Hayworth collection that is coming out on Blu-ray in a few weeks, so I'll be getting that instead.There are several titles on sale at Vudu for $5.00. I bought the following titles that migrated over to iTunes:
Affair in Trinidad (1952)
The Burglar (1957)
Fire Down Below (1957)
7th Cavalry (1956)
I've never watched "Scrooge" so this Christmas season will be my first time. I heard good things about it, but I'm not a big musical fan so hopefully this one catches my fancy.I just bought ON THE DOUBLE and going to watch it now. I'll report back.
I also...cough...bought SCROOGE. It's a favorite of mine and for $5, I can watch it anywhere.