This on-the-trails version of Frank Lloyd's Mutiny on the Bounty pairs John Wayne with a motley crew of outlaws bent on justice.
John Wayne's gruff rancher and his adoptive son (Montgomery Clift) butt heads on a cattle drive up the Chisholm Trail.
John Wayne and Robert Mitchum team up for this remake of Rio Bravo, with Mitchum playing the drunk deputy to Wayne's gunslinger.
Hawks's final movie stars John Wayne as a determined Union colonel who vows revenge on the Confederates who hijack his train.
This 1952 trek flick stars Kirk Douglas and Dewey Martin as a pair of frontiersmen battling for survival in hostile Indian territory.
Jane Russell's decolletage is the true star of this steamy 1943 Western about a love triangle involving Doc Holliday and Billy the Kid.
A genre-bending oddity, this 1935 period pic stars Miriam Hopkins in a tale that's a romance, crime caper, and Western all in one.
Hawks both wrote and pitched in as director on this Oscar-nominated 1934 flick, which starred Wallace Beery as Pancho Villa.