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    Red River (United Artists, 1948). One Sheet (27" X 41").
    Cattleman John Wayne, bitter and hard after a life of tragedy and loss, moves his herd from Texas to Missouri with his adopted son, played by Montgomery Clift. Along the way, Wayne breaks down, and Clift, leaving his father behind, continues the drive, with Wayne in hot pursuit, bent on vengeance. One of the darker films in the John Wayne canon, Borden Chase, the writer, claimed that this picture was Mutiny on the Bounty in a Western setting. The film turned into one of director Howard Hawks' best pictures. Professional restoration has addressed fold wear, with a tear in the top horizontal fold and the bottom vertical fold, chipping in the borders, pinholes in the borders and background, and crossfold separations. The poster now displays beautifully. Fine/Very Fine on Linen.


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