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Author: Borden Chase Narrator: John Wayne Publisher: Copyright Group Audio Length: Release Date: February 2014 Format: Audio Theater Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download ISBN: 9781783940639

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In this Hollywood Stage presentation, John Wayne reprises his role as Tom Dunston in his journey west.

Tom Dunson builds a cattle empire with his adopted son Matthew Garth. Together they begin a massive cattle drive north from Texas to the Missouri railhead. But on the way, new information and Dunson’s tyrannical ways cause Matthew to take the herd away from him and head to a new railhead in Kansas. Dunson, swearing vengeance, pursues Matthew.

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About the Author

Borden Chase (1900–1971) was an author and a film and television writer. Prior to his career as a writer, he was employed as chauffeur for notorious prohibition-era gangster Frankie Yale. In addition to classic motion pictures, such as Red River, Winchester ‘73, Bend of the River, and the superlative Vera Cruz, Chase also penned the television pilots for the western series Laredo and Daniel Boone.

About the Narrator

John Wayne (1907–1979) was an Academy Award–winning American actor and one of the most popular film actors of the twentieth century. He rose beyond the typical recognition for a famous actor to that of an enduring icon who symbolized and communicated American values and ideals. He received his first leading film role in The Big Trail in 1930 and won his first Academy Award in 1969 for his role in True Grit. One of the most popular film actors of the twentieth century, he appeared in over 170 motion pictures and became one of America’s biggest box-office stars. He is the only actor to appear in every annual Harris poll of most popular film actors, and the only actor to do so after his death.