Two big-screen adaptations of classic western tales from famed American author Louis L'Amour, both available on one disc.
Hondo And The Apaches (1967, 90 mins.): U.S. Army agent Hondo Lane is sent to make peace with an Apache chief whose daughter has been killed by the cavalry. But the peace is short-lived as the tribe soon starts attacking settlers.
The Man Called Noon (1973, 94 mins.): Richard Crenna stars as the man called "Noon" because he has amnesia and can't remember his real name. As he wanders the West searching for his identity, he learns that he is seeking revenge for the deaths of his family.
A double feature of films based on the novels of Louis L'Amour, one of the most preeminent writers in the western genre. Includes HONDO AND THE APACHES (1993) and THE MAN CALLED NOON (1994). See individual titles for details.
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