Chisum (1970) - (Original Trailer)
The star is just about the only emphasis in the original trailer for director Andrew V. McLaglens 1970 John Wayne Western, Chisum.
Chisum (1970) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Weary, Saddle Worn
Unusual opening credits, with art by the fairly prominent Western painter Russ Vickers, lyrics by producer and screenwriter Andrew J. Fenady, voice by William Conrad, all setting up the star John Wayne, playing the minor New Mexico historical figure, surveying his domain, in Chisum, 1970.
Chisum (1970) -- (Movie Clip) You Can't Buy Anything With Lead
In 1870s New Mexico, John Wayne the title character, rancher John Chisum, Ben Johnson his sidekick Pepper, confronting rustlers led by Neemo (Lloyd Battista), with support from neighbor Tunstall (Patric Knowles) and a new employee, William Bonney (Geoffrey Deuel), in Chisum, 1970.
Chisum (1970) -- (Movie Clip) Lonely Wind
Pure reflection here, John Wayne as the title character and historical figure John Chisum, on his ranch around the Pecos River valley in the New Mexico territory, reflecting on personal history with his fictional niece (Lynda Day, later George), visiting from back east, in Chisum, 1970, Andrew V. McLaglen directing.
Chisum (1970) -- (Movie Clip) That Sounded Like A Threat
Pretty far into the narrative here, Lincoln, New Mexico financier-villain Murphy (Forrest Tucker) has just installed a new sheriff (Christopher George) for the purpose of arresting Billy The Kid, whos one of the good guys, allied with John Wayne, the title character based on a real person, in Chisum, 1970.