Alamo, The - (Original Trailer)
Davey Crockett (John Wayne) and Jim Bowie (Richard Widmark) join the fight for Texas' independence from Mexico in The Alamo (1960), a Western epic directed by John Wayne.
Alamo, The (1960) -- (Movie Clip) The Life Of Texas
Most of the performance of Richard Boone as a rugged Sam Houston, arriving in San Antonio ahead of the giant Mexican army, finding Bowie (Richard Widmark, not yet introduced) unavailable, puts Travis (Laurence Harvey) in charge, co-star John Wayne directing, in The Alamo, 1960.
Alamo, The (1960) -- Opening, Prologue
Opening title sequence, following the overture, from director John Wayne's ambitious The Alamo, 1960, starring himself as Davy Crockett, Richard Widmark as Jim Bowie, and Laurence Harvey as Col. Travis.
Alamo, The (1960) -- (Movie Clip) To Hunt And Get Drunk
John Wayne directing and playing Davy Crockett, just arrived in San Antonio, 1836, interrupted in his initial conversation with Col. Travis (Laurence Harvey) for a friendly fight with one of his Tennessee militiamen, then speechifying, early in The Alamo, 1960.
Alamo, The (1960) -- (Movie Clip) You Must Be Jim Bowie!
Maybe emulating his mentor John Fords comedy mode, writer-director John Wayne contrives for his character, Tennesseean Davy Crocket, to meet Texan Jim Bowie (Richard Widmark) and his renowned knife, through an after-hours brawl, in The Alamo, 1960.
Alamo, The (1960) -- (Movie Clip) Cognizant Of The Will Of God
Jim Bowie (Richard Widmark), recovered from a binge, leads his men to the church that will become their fortress, Col. Travis (Laurence Harvey) raising the Alamo Flag. co-star and producer John Wayne directing the ceremony, before they tangle, in The Alamo, 1960.
Alamo, The (1960) -- (Movie Clip) Not In Front Of The Men
San Antonio, 1836, the first conference of the three commanders, Laurence Harvey as Travis, greeting Richard Widmark as Bowie and director-producer John Wayne as Davy Crockett, disagreeing about how to manage information, in The Alamo, 1960.