John Wayne: An Innocent Man (In Color)

DVD Release: September 9, 2008
John Wayne: An Innocent Man (In Color)


John Wayne is back with a vengeance! Wrongly imprisoned for murder, John Brant (Wayne) makes a daring escape and infiltrates a ruthless gang of outlaws to find the real killer. But he raises the suspicions of the bandit Ed Walsh (John Wayne’s legendary stunt double Yakima Cannutt). Can he find the real killer and win the love of the beautiful Sally Blake (Nancy Schubert)? “An Innocent Man” has been beautifully restored and is now in color for the very first time!

Dove Review

“An Innocent Man” is a thrilling and enjoyable film! Featuring that most famous of all western actors, John Wayne, the story is Old West all the way. Wayne plays John Brant, an innocent man on the run from the law for murder. Determined to find the real murderer, he comes across a man currently part of a gang. He befriends him, not knowing at the time he is the murderer. After warning a pretty lady storekeeper of the gang’s impending robbery, the beautiful Sally Blake (Nancy Shubert) falls for Brant and is determined to help him.

There are plenty of shoot-’em-up action sequences here, as well as horse chases and a few fist fights too. And the ending involving the bad guy winds up being a bit of a surprise. We are pleased to award this action-packed western our Dove Seal for ages twelve and above. Give this movie a watch and see how the Duke in his early years took care of business!

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: Kissing by a couple.
Language: None
Violence: A few fist fights and a man is seen with some blood on him; shootouts and a few people are killed; horse is shot; wagon goes over a cliff.
Drugs: A few scenes of men smoking cigarettes; man asks a barkeep for a drink although he is not seen drinking.
Nudity: Woman's breasts are briefly seen in a painting.
Other: A few robbery attempts; tension between characters; a character lies.


Company: Legend Films
Writer: ariousV
Producer: Legend Films
Genre: Classic
Runtime: 54 min.
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter