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She Wore a Yellow Ribbon

BBC Four

Duration: 1 hour, 45 minutes

on BBC Four

Available for years

Western drama with John Wayne as a US cavalry officer on his last duty before retiring, escorting two women civilians to a stagecoach. The second in John Ford's cavalry trilogy. Show more

Contributors

Captain Brittles:
John Wayne
Olivia:
Joanne Dru
Lt Cohill:
John Agar
Lt Pennell:
Harry Carey Jr
Sgt Quincannon:
Victor McLaglen
Mrs Allshard:
Mildred Natwick
Dr O'Laughlin:
Arthur Shields
Major Allshard:
George O'Brien
Pony-That-Walks:
Chief John Big Tree
Director:
John Ford

Formats

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How the West Was Lost

BBC Four

Comedian Rich Hall travels around the US to find out what killed off a quintessentially American film genre, the Western. He charts America's obsession with its own creation myth. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Rich Hall
Director:
Chris Cottam

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Wagonmaster

BBC Four

Duration: 1 hour, 22 minutes

on BBC Four

Available for years

Western. A group of Mormons head west in search of the promised land, encountering fugitive gunfighters and Native Americans on the way. With Ben Johnson and Ward Bond. Show more

Contributors

Wiggs:
Ward Bond
Denver:
Joanne Dru
Uncle Shiloh:
Charles Kemper
Dr Locksley Hall:
Alan Mowbray
Sister Ledyard:
Jane Darwell
Adam Perkins:
Russell Simpson
Prudence Perkins:
Kathleen O'Malley
Director:
John Ford
Producer:
John Ford

Formats

Regional Variations (2)

Visions of the Future

BBC Four

Visions of the Future

Episode 1: The Intelligence Revolution

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Four

Theoretical physicist Michio Kaku shows how AI will become ubiquitous this century and how robots with human-level intelligence may become a reality. Show more

BBC Four

About BBC Four

BBC Four reflects arts, music and culture with an ambitious range of intellectually and culturally enriching programmes, taking an expert and in-depth approach to its subjects.

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