26 Film Clips
Closing Sequence, The Searchers
Ethan and Martin return with Debbie and everyone is finally reunited.
They Aren't White, The Searchers
Ethan and Martin arrive at a military fort looking for Debbie, but encounter other rescued caucasian women.
Brad Learns of Lucy's Fate, The Searchers
Brad tells Ethan and Martin he has found Lucy and the Comanches, but Ethan tells him what really happened to her.
Calvary Massacre of the Comanches, The Searchers
Ethan and Martin arrive at a Comanches' camp only to find it burned down and the people killed.
Ethan Scalps Scar, The Searchers
Ethan arrives at the Comanches' camp and scalps Scar in his tent.
Ethan Pursues Debbie, The Searchers
Ethan chases Debbie after she runs away.
No You Don't, Ethan, The Searchers
Debbie finds Ethan and Martin and tells them to go away.
Laurie Reads Martin's Letter, The Searchers
Laurie reads Martin's letter to her family and they find out what him and Ethan are up to.
Ethan and Scar Meet, The Searchers
Ethan and Martin arrive at Scar's camp and find Debbie there.
Ethan Discovers Lucy's Body, The Searchers
Ethan recovers after discovering Lucy's dead body.
Comanches at the Edwards' Homestead, The Searchers
The Edwards family attempts to secure themselves before the arrival of the Comanches.
Ethan and Martha's Goodbye, The Searchers
Ethan says goodbye to Martha and leaves on a mission with the rangers.
Opening Sequence, The Searchers
Ethan returns home to his family in Texas after an 8-year absence.
Witnesses of the Massacre, The Searchers
Ethan (John Wayne) and Marty (Jeffrey Hunter) return to their house only to find it burnt to the ground.
Ethan's Will, The Searchers
Ethan (John Wayne) is shot by one of the Comanches and anticipating his own death, he writes a will.
Marty's Brief Marriage, The Searchers
Marty (Jeffrey Hunter) and Ethan (John Wayne) try to find out Scar's (Henry Brandon) location from Marty's new wife (Beulah Archuletta).
Yours Truly, The Searchers
Laurie (Vera Miles) shows her frustration at Marty's (Jeffrey Hunter) unwillingness to return to her. Meanwhile, Charlie McCorry (Ken Curtis) presents himself as a possible romantic partner.
A New Mission, The Seas Beneath
Commander Kingsley (George O'Brien) reveals to the crew that they are a decoy Q-ship whose objective is to be targeted by enemy submarines and shows the ship's gun to Costello (Walter C. Kelly).
Another Letter, Four Sons
Mother Bernle (Margaret Mann) receives a letter about Andreas' death.
Two Days Before the Armistice, Four Sons
Joseph (James Hall) finds his brother Andreas (George Meeker) during his final moments.
The Black Letter, Four Sons
Mother Bernle (Margaret Mann) receives a letter concerning her sons fighting in Russia.
The Postman, Four Sons
A normal day in a small Bavarian village as seen by a postman (Albert Gran).
The Fugitive Opening Title Sequence, The Fugitive
A list of opening credits superimposed upon the protagonist, followed by an audio description of the locales used.
Captain Wessels Moves His Troop and the Cheyenne Tribe, Cheyenne Autumn
Captain Wessels (Karl Maden) is notified that government officials will not be arriving to provide relief to the Cheyenne tribe after a year of waiting for Federal aid. Deborah Wright (Caroll Baker), a school teacher, implores the captain to remind the government of their promise. The tribe proceeds to leave.
Opening Scene, Cheyenne Autumn
The opening sequence of the film, narrated by James Stewart, depicts life on the Cheyenne reservation in 1964.
The Cheyenne Tribe is divided, Cheyenne Autumn
With the coming of winter, the Cheyennes split into two groups: half continue their journey with Red Shirt (Sal Mineo); the other half with Little Wolf (Ricardo Molteban) surrender to the brutal Captain Wessels (Karl Malden) at Fort Robinson.