Big Jake (Full Western Movie, John Wayne, HD, English, Cowboy Film) *free full western movies*

  • Published on: Tuesday, June 12, 2018
  • Full Western Movie, Full Length Cowboy Film, English: Big Jake (1971), Runtime 1h 50min, Western, 1 October 1971 (West Germany).

    In 1909, when John Fain's gang kidnaps Jacob McCandles' grandson and holds him for ransom, Big Jake sets out to rescue the boy.

    When Jake's grandson is kidnapped by scurrilous baddie Richard Boone, he sets out to deliver the $1 million ransom. On the off-chance that there'll be gunplay, Jake brings along his sons. In one of her most passive screen roles, Maureen O'Hara plays Jake's estranged wife.

    Directors: George Sherman, John Wayne
    Actors: John Wayne, Richard Boone, Maureen O'Hara, Patrick Wayne, Christopher Mitchum
    Writers: Harry Julian Fink, Rita M. Fink

    PLOT: McCandles Ranch is run over by a gang of cutthroats led by the evil John Fain. They kidnap little Jacob McCandles and hold him for one million dollars ransom. There is only one man brave enough, tough enough, and smart enough to bring him back alive, and that man is Big Jake.

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  • Leonel Jesus Rodrigues

    Leonel Jesus Rodrigues

     1 days ago

    Este filme adorei obrigado.



     2 days ago

    Good John Wayne movie....thankz

  • Dale Saunders

    Dale Saunders

     4 days ago

    and the academe award goes to DOG..

  • No No

    No No

     1 weeks ago +2

    Of course you have to cut them off at the pass

  • Jim Bo

    Jim Bo

     2 weeks ago +2

    Damn I’ve never seen a John Wayne movie like this before holly cow it’s good. I love old movies like westerns and mob movies it’s fun

  • Ace Handler

    Ace Handler

     2 weeks ago +1

    Seeing cars and a motorcycle in a John Wayne western is just bizarre.

  • Truth Seeker

    Truth Seeker

     3 weeks ago +5

    Always feel bad for that old Indian. They should of had him tomahawk that fat beast dude.

  • Elizabeth Margot Otarola Gonzalez

    Elizabeth Margot Otarola Gonzalez

     4 weeks ago +2

    John Wayne a pesar de los años esta como quiere y que decir de su hijo Patrick Wayne muy hermoso y talentoso, digno hijo del Duque, que buena película muy entretenía me reí mucho , la moto la revolvió arto , buen aporte, el perrito se las mando, la señora pituca muy tiesa para mi gusto.

  • Richard Bool

    Richard Bool

     1 months ago +8

    I thought you were DEAD "that'll be the day"And Maureen O'Hara still Gorgeous.

  • James MacKenzie

    James MacKenzie

     1 months ago +3

    Enjoyed the movie. Thanks.

  • Fred Roehl

    Fred Roehl

     1 months ago +3

    You know I'm truly saddened by the way people respond to these types of movies anymore because they claim its violence for the sake of violence, I disagree I feel it's a totally justified in its carnage by my figuring they should be skinned alive and thrown on an ant hill but that's just my opinion, you don't touch kids😕

  • Charlie Theanteater

    Charlie Theanteater

     1 months ago +6

    The number one rule about the free movie club is YOU DO NOT TALK ABOUT THE FREE MOVIE CLUB

    Number two rule of the free movie club is that YOU DO NOT TALK ABOUT THE FREE MOVIE CLUB.

    Number three rule of the three movie club, if this is your first movie, you have to watch it

  • Ian Winterbottom

    Ian Winterbottom

     1 months ago +1

    How is it they never do Rio Bravo, one of his best films imo?

  • Tom Sanders

    Tom Sanders

     1 months ago +11


  • Scott Lindrum

    Scott Lindrum

     1 months ago +8

    It's funny that all the hired help got killed off. When I was growing up John Wayne was my hero. These films are fun to watch.

  • Steven Vaughn

    Steven Vaughn

     1 months ago +23

    man i wish they still made movies like this today thanks for the memories

  • Snuffy Ballparks

    Snuffy Ballparks

     1 months ago +3

    With very few exceptions... if you've watched one John Wayne movie you've seen them all.

  • Ron Branum

    Ron Branum

     1 months ago +9

    A bit of trivia for new fans... The boy was Dukes youngest son and James was his eldest. And Dog was played by Lassie...

  • Ron Branum

    Ron Branum

     1 months ago +19

    You follow him I'll hunt ye down and kill... Every mother's son of ya... What a man...

  • Aperson Nomore

    Aperson Nomore

     1 months ago

    Compared to other videos I find this one too dark. Work on it and make it brighter, please.