Introducing John Wayne's classic early Westerns. Re-mastered using the original negatives held in the vaults of the Republic Studios, these films have been reproduced to the highest possible quality. Born Marion Michael Morrison in 1907 John Wayne would become one of the greatest and most enduring screen legends in the history of cinema. It was in these early Westerns that he developed his famous screen image, and when director John Ford spotted this emerging talent and cast him as the Ringo Kid in 'Stagecoach', The Duke's future was sealed. When Randy is jailed for murders that he did not commit, Sally Rogers breaks him out of jail, knowing that he is innocent. On the run from the Sheriff, Randy stumbles across the real murderer's hideout. In order to clear his name Randy must find a way of leading the Sheriff to the law-breaking gang.