Whenever you’re talking John Ford, you’re talking essential! The legendary filmmaker won more Oscars than any other director while earning the respect of both actors and his peers across a 50-plus-year career and more than 140 films. This "essential" five-film collection includes Drums Along the Mohawk (Henry Fonda, Claudette Colbert. 1939/104 min.), The Grapes of Wrath (Henry Fonda, John Carradine. 1940/129 min.), My Darling Clementine (Henry Fonda, Ward Bond. 1946/97 min.), How Green Was My Valley? (Roddy McDowall, Donald Crisp. 1941/125 min.), Frontier Marshall (Randolph Scott, Cesar Romero. 1939/71 min.) which was later remade as My Darling Clementine, and the bonus documentary Becoming John Ford (2007/approx. 85 min.). 6 DVDs. Color-b&w/NR/fullscreen.