Sunday Seconds with the Duke

The Cowboys (1972)

Episode #18

Warner Bros. released The Cowboys on January 13, 1972. Mark Rydell directed the film starring John Wayne, Roscoe Lee Browne, and Bruce Dern.

‘The Cowboys’ Movie Summary

When gold’s discovered in the nearby mountains, Wil Andersen finds himself with a herd of cattle ready for market, and no one to help him get them there. In desperation, he turns to a group of young schoolboys to drive the cattle there before the winter sets in. While those who join Anderson begin the journey as children, if they succeed, they will return home as Cowboys. However, there’s a gang of cattle thieves stalking them who will stop at nothing to make a quick buck.

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Warner Bros. Pictures released The Cowboys on January 13, 1972. Mark Rydell directed the film starring John Wayne, Roscoe Lee Browne, and Bruce Dern.

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