SKU 6563


Directed by Buster Keaton Written by Buster Keaton Lex Neal Buster Keaton as Friendless Howard Truesdale as Ranch owner Kathleen Myers as Ranch owner's daughter Ray Thompson as Ranch foreman Brown Eyes as The Cow 'Brown Eyes' Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle as Woman in department store (uncredited) Joe Keaton as Man in Barber Shop (uncredited) Gus Leonard as General store owner (uncredited) Babe London as Woman in department store (uncredited) Directed by John Ford Written by Brian Oswald Donn-Byrne Malcolm Stuart Boylan Philip Klein (adaptation) Marion Orth (scenario) Victor McLaglen as Citizen Denis Hogan June Collyer as Connaught "Conn" O'Brien Earle Fox as John D'Arcy Larry Kent as Dermot McDermot Hobart Bosworth as Lord Justice O'Brien John Wayne as Horse Race Spectator/Condemned Man in Flashback (uncredited) Brian Desmond Hurst as Horse Race Spectator and witness to the horse shooting (uncredited)

GO WEST (1925):

A drifter sells the last of his possessions, keeping only a few trinkets and a picture of his mother. The money buys him only some bread and a sausage ... and then is gone. Unable to find a job in the city, he stows away on a train. He thinks it's going to New York, but it's actually heading west. He sleeps in a barrel but the barrel rolls off the train. He manages to get a job at a cattle ranch, despite having no experience. Meanwhile, a neglected cow named Brown Eyes fails to give milk and is sent out to the field along with the other cattle intended for slaughter. As Friendless tries to figure out how to milk a cow, he's told to go and help the other ranch hands bring in the cattle. Unsuccessful in riding a horse, he falls off and sees Brown Eyes. Noticing her limp, Friendless examines her hoof and removes the rock that had been hurting her. Brown Eyes proceeds to follow Friendless around, saving him from a bull attack. Realizing that he's finally found a companion, Friendless strikes up a friendship with the cow, giving her his blanket at night and attempting to protect her from wild dogs. 

DVD-R has English intertitles with no subtitles. Approx. 70 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!

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While stationed in Algiers, Commandant Denis Hogan receives a letter containing bad news and requests leave to return to his home country of Ireland, where he is a wanted man. In Ireland, Baron James O'Brien is told by his doctor that he has no more than a month to live. He decides to marry off his only daughter, Connaught, to a socialite, John D'Arcy, despite her love for childhood friend Dermot McDermot. Hogan returns to Ireland and disguises himself as a holy man. On his way to the O'Brien's house, he is recognised by a gatekeeper, to whom he reveal his intention to kill a man. Hogan meets Dermot McDermot and the three men witness the lights of Glenmalure's chapel being lit, signifying a wedding is taking place. Later that night, after Connaught and D'Arcy have been wed, the Baron dies. On the night of his funeral, Hogan sneaks about the grounds of Hangman's House and is spotted by D'Arcy. 

DVD-R has English intertitles with switchable Spanish and French subtitles. Approx. 70 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!

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