Dave Garroway's Wide, Wide World VHS "Today Show" host Dave Garroway explores the wild, wild west from Gene Autry's Melody Ranch with guest stars John Wayne, Gary Cooper, Clayton Moore, John Ford and other sagebrush superstars. 75 min. Gary Cooper: American Life, American Legend VHS Who better than Clint Eastwood to host this salute to the taciturn leading man and Hollywood Western hero? Clips from Coop's most memorable screen moments, including "Mr. Deeds Goes to Town," "The Plainsman," his Oscar-winning turn as "Sergeant York," "High Noon" and many more are featured. 47 min. Gary Cooper: The Face Of A Hero VHS Hollywood's "man of few words," lanky Gary Cooper was at home playing cowboys, war heroes and baseball legends. Hear from "Coop's" family and friends, including Jane Greer, Charlton Heston, Patricia Neal and George C. Scott, in this moving tribute that includes clips from such films as "Sergeant York," "Pride of the Yankees" and "For Whom the Bell Tolls." 60 min. Hey Folks, It's Intermission Time!, Vol. 3 VHS It's another collection of intermission specialties that are sure to get you all nostalgic, this time with the accent on "spook show" come-ons from Southern ghoul master Donn Davison and a nifty group of celebrity endorsements with John Wayne, Tyrone Power, Cary Grant, Gary Cooper and others. And let's not forget the yummy pitches for those scrumptious snacks! Laurel & Hardy & Friends, Vol. 7 VHS Stan and Ollie are just part of an all-star cast that includes Wallace Beery, Gary Cooper, Joan Crawford, Buster Keaton, Our Gang and Edward G. Robinson in the Masquers Club benefit short "The Stolen Jools" (1931). Then, Edgar Kennedy slowly burns in "The Big Beef" (1945) and "Brick-a-Brac" (1935); Our Gang answers "The Fourth Alarm" (1926); and Laurel goes solo in "Oranges and Lemons" (1923). 95 min. total. The Vanishing American(1925) VHS One of the great silent epics is a magnificently staged Western with great battle sequences. Richard Dix plays the proud Indian warrior who tries to halt the bloody Cavalry battles and make peace between his people and the white man. Noah Beery, Lois Wilson co-star; from Zane Grey's novel. 109 min. Silent with music score. Old Ironsides(1926) VHS Oliver Wendell Holmes' 1830 poem ``Constitution'' is translated magnificently to the silver screen in this grand silent adventure. Wallace Beery, Boris Karloff and Charles Farrell are three able-bodied merchant marines tussling with pirates in the Mediterranean Sea. 111 min. Silent with organ score by Gaylord Carter. Wings(1927) VHS The complete, uncut WWI action drama that won the first Best Picture Academy Award. Richard Arlen and Buddy Rogers are friends who enlist in the Army Air Corps; Clara Bow is the woman they both love. Contains thrilling aerial combat footage and a young Gary Cooper. 139 min. Silent with special stereo organ score by Gaylord Carter. Nevada(1927) VHS When cattle rustlers begin to cause trouble, Nevada (Gary Cooper) comes to the rescue and falls for the daughter of the rancher having all the trouble. Thelma Todd and William Powell also star. 65 min. Silent with musical score. It(1927) VHS The vivacious screen persona of Clara Bow and an early appearance by Gary Cooper propel this silent melodrama that concerns the gold-digging machinations of a shop clerk who has her sights set on the store's owner; co-directed by Clarence Badger and Josef von Sternberg. 72 min. Silent with music score. Morocco(1930) VHS In her first American feature (and second collaboration with director Josef Von Sternberg), Marlene Dietrich shines as a Parisian cafe singer who falls for legionnaire Gary Cooper and eventually follows him to the desert. Moody, romantic drama also stars Adolphe Menjou. 92 min. Fighting Caravans(1931) VHS Based on a classic Western by Zane Grey, this early starring role for Gary Cooper has Coop as a wagon scout charged with delivering his people to California. Complications include a band of renegade Indians and a romance with a French girl. 80 min. A Farewell To Arms(1932) VHS Gary Cooper, Helen Hayes, Adolphe Menjou star in the classic film version of Hemingway's masterpiece about the bittersweet romance between a soldier and a nurse during World War I. 77 min. A Farewell To Arms [DVD](1932) DVD Gary Cooper, Helen Hayes, Adolphe Menjou star in the classic film version of Hemingway's masterpiece about the bittersweet romance between a soldier and a nurse during World War I. 77 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby mono; interactive menus; scene access; biography; trivia. Today We Live(1933) VHS A World War I romantic drama showcasing Joan Crawford as a British party girl who falls for dashing American flyer Gary Cooper. After Cooper is reported killed in combat, Crawford returns to her former flame, Navy man Robert Young. Cooper later turns up alive to complicate the love triangle and team with Young on a dangerous mission. Franchot Tone also stars; Howard Hawks directs. 113 min. Now And Forever (Color Version)(1934) VHS Con man Gary Cooper is reunited with young daughter Shirley Temple, who lived with relatives after her mother's death, and takes the tike with him on his scams while trying to get to know her better. For the sake of the child, girlfriend Carole Lombard tries to talk Cooper into going straight, but can this crook say goodbye to crime for good? With Charlotte Granville. 82 min. The Lives Of A Bengal Lancer(1935) VHS Majestic in its scope, this superlative adventure details the camaraderie between British soldiers on the Northwest frontier of India. Gary Cooper and Franchot Tone star as veteran soldiers teaching the ropes to a colonel's inexperienced son. Nominated for three Academy Awards. 110 min. Mr. Deeds Goes To Town(1936) VHS Gary Cooper is the "pixilated" small-town resident who refuses to let a $20 million inheritance and a New York mansion alter his down-to-earth faith in people, in Frank Capra's delightful comedy. Jean Arthur co-stars as the cynical reporter who falls for Deeds; with Douglass Dumbrille, Lionel Stander. 115 min. The General Died At Dawn(1936) VHS Soldier of fortune Gary Cooper agrees to smuggle gold across China in order to finance a ``peasants' rebellion'' against warlord Akim Tamiroff in this grand adventure saga from writer Clifford Odets and director Lewis Milestone. With Madeleine Carroll, William Frawley. 97 min. Desire(1936) VHS Jewel thief Marlene Dietrich uses American car designer Gary Cooper to carry the pearls she lifted in Paris past Spanish customs agents. Romance ensues between the two strangers, leading to Marlene going straight and a life happily ever after in Detroit. This sparkling tale was produced by Ernst Lubitsch and co-stars John Halliday, William Frawley and Ernest Cossart. 96 min. The Plainsman(1937) VHS Epic C.B. DeMille production (what other kind was there?) of the opening of the West stars Gary Cooper as Wild Bill Hickok and Jean Arthur as Calamity Jane. The rip-roarin' pair fall in love while trying to put down an Indian uprising and ruthless gunrunners. With James Ellison, Charles Bickford, Gabby Hayes; look for Anthony Quinn as an Indian. 113 min. Souls At Sea(1937) VHS Compelling seafaring drama showcasing Gary Cooper as first mate on an 1800s slave ship who takes command of the vessel and frees its captives after the captain is killed during a rebellion. Following his exoneration on mutiny charges, Cooper and shipmate George Raft are recruited for a clandestine mission, and romance and adventure ensue. With Frances Dee, Henry Wilcoxon. 93 min. Bluebeard's Eighth Wife(1938) VHS Lively Ernst Lubitsch comedy with Gary Cooper as a pampered millionaire who's gone through seven marriages and is eager to make poor French shopgirl Claudette Colbert his next bride. Coaxed by her father, Colbert accepts Cooper's proposal, then sets out to change his ways. With David Niven, Edward Everett Horton; scripted by Billy Wilder and Charles Brackett. 86 min. The Westerner(1940) VHS Classic tale of range wars in the late 1800s, with Gary Cooper as the wanderer who finds himself in the middle. Walter Brennan won his third Oscar as Judge Roy Bean, "The Law West of the Pecos"; Dana Andrews, Chill Wills and Fred Stone co-star. William Wyler directs. 100 min. Meet John Doe(1941) VHS Only filmmaker Frank Capra could carry off this tale of a naive "average American" (Gary Cooper) who is used by an unscrupulous politician (Edward Arnold) through a nationwide "goodwill drive." Barbara Stanwyck is the reporter who falls in love with Cooper and must save him when the campaign is exposed. Walter Brennan, Gene Lockhart also star. 123 min. Sergeant York(1941) VHS In his Academy Award-winning role, Gary Cooper portrays the quiet, pacifistic Tennessee farmer who went on to become a hero on the battlefields of World War I. Stirring tale of true heroism also stars Walter Brennan, Ward Bond, Joan Leslie; Howard Hawks directs. 134 min. Ball Of Fire(1941) VHS "Snow White" meets the Jazz Age when a showgirl is hired by seven bookish professors working on an encyclopedia entry on slang, only to find romance and a jealous gangster ex-beau waiting in the wings. Madcap farce from director Howard Hawks and co-scripter Billy Wilder stars Barbara Stanwyck, Gary Cooper, Dana Andrews, S.Z. Sakall. 111 min. Studio Snapshots(1941) VHS During the early '30s, Paramount's "Hollywood on Parade" shorts treated audiences to lively songs and comical skits with many of the screen's biggest names. This compilation features such stars as Fredric March, Ginger Rogers (performing in male drag), Burns and Allen, Gary Cooper, Buster Keaton (driving his famous "land yacht"), Kate Smith, and even Helen Kane as Betty Boop meeting Bela Lugosi's Dracula. Also includes the musical shorts "Sing, Sing, Sing!" (1933), with Bing Crosby, and "Poppin' the Cork" (1933), starring Milton Berle. 101 min. Meet John Doe [DVD](1941) DVD Only filmmaker Frank Capra could carry off this tale of a naive "average American" (Gary Cooper) who is used by an unscrupulous politician (Edward Arnold) through a nationwide "goodwill drive." Barbara Stanwyck is the reporter who falls in love with Cooper and must save him when the campaign is exposed. Walter Brennan, Gene Lockhart also star. 123 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English mono; scene access. The Pride Of The Yankees [DVD](1942) DVD Gary Cooper stars as baseball's legendary "Iron Horse," Lou Gehrig, in one of the finest sports movies ever made. Follow Lou's life, from his boyhood on the streets of New York to his all-star career with the Bronx Bombers and his tearful farewell speech at Yankee Stadium, cut down by a mysterious, fatal disease. With Teresa Wright, Walter Brennan, and Babe Ruth as himself. 127 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono, French, Spanish; Subtitles: English, French, Spanish; theatrical trailer. For Whom The Bell Tolls(1943) VHS Lavish treatment of Ernest Hemingway's classic novel stars Gary Cooper as an American teacher who journeys to Spain to join the Loyalist forces in their civil war against the Fascists and falls in love with fellow freedom fighter Ingrid Bergman. With Akim Tamiroff, Joseph Calleia and Best Supporting Actress Oscar-winner Katina Paxinou. This restored video version includes footage unseen since the film's premiere, along with a montage of rare production stills featured during the intermission music. 166 min. For Whom The Bell Tolls [DVD](1943) DVD Lavish treatment of Ernest Hemingway's classic novel stars Gary Cooper as an American teacher who journeys to Spain to join the Loyalist forces in their civil war against the Fascists and falls in love with fellow freedom fighter Ingrid Bergman. With Akim Tamiroff, Joseph Calleia and Best Supporting Actress Oscar-winner Katina Paxinou. 166 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English mono; Subtitles: English, Spanish, French; production notes; biographies; web links; theatrical trailer; scene access. The Story Of Dr. Wassell(1944) VHS Cecil B. DeMille directed this rousing slice of real-life WWII heroism, with Gary Cooper starring as the dedicated Navy doctor who risked his life to transport a group of wounded soldiers by train across the Japanese-held island of Java. Laraine Day, Dennis O'Keefe, Doodles Weaver also star. 137 min. Casanova Brown(1944) VHS Rollicking, warm-hearted farce featuring Gary Cooper as a college English professor whose planned second marriage is halted upon the news that his first wife has given birth to a baby girl. Upset over her plans to put the child up for adoption, Coop takes the baby back to his home to raise on his own. Teresa Wright, Anita Louise, Frank Morgan and Mary Treen also star. 94 min. Along Came Jones(1945) VHS Upon entering a Western town, mild-mannered cowpoke Gary Cooper is mistaken for an ornery outlaw and quickly wins the respect of the townsfolk--until the real black hat arrives on the scene, looking to get rid of the impostor. Dan Duryea, Loretta Young and William Demarest also star in this funny sagebrusher. 90 min. Saratoga Trunk(1945) VHS Stellar "meller" from the Edna Ferber novel, starring Ingrid Bergman as the Creole beauty out to destroy the family of her adulterous father in turn-of-the-century New Orleans. She woos Texas gambler and millionaire Gary Cooper, but when he travels east on business involving a railroad, she gets involved with one of his wealthy associates. Flora Robson, John Warburton co-star. 135 min. Along Came Jones [DVD](1945) DVD Upon entering a Western town, mild-mannered cowpoke Gary Cooper is mistaken for an ornery outlaw and quickly wins the respect of the townsfolk--until the real black hat arrives on the scene, looking to get rid of the impostor. Dan Duryea, Loretta Young and William Demarest also star in this funny sagebrusher. 90 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby mono; Subtitles: Spanish, French; theatrical trailer. Cloak And Dagger(1946) VHS Taut espionage thriller from Fritz Lang stars Gary Cooper as an American professor who is dropped behind enemy lines to procure valuable Nazi military secrets and becomes involved with mysterious Lilli Palmer. 106 min. The Fountainhead(1949) VHS Ayn Rand's classic novel is vibrantly brought to life with a screenplay by the author. Brilliant, uncompromising architect (Gary Cooper) must fight to maintain his personal integrity when critics attempt to coerce him to change his ideas for the ``betterment of Society.'' Patricia Neal and Raymond Massey also star. 114 min. It's A Great Feeling(1949) VHS The stars are out in this musical comedy set on the Warner Bros. lot in Hollywood. Dennis Morgan and Jack Carson (as "themselves") play actors whose clashing egos result in funny feuding and hilarious double-crossing, and Doris Day is the waitress whom each man promises to make a star. Cameos include Gary Cooper, Joan Crawford, Edward G. Robinson. Score by Jules Styne and Sammy Cahn includes "Give Me a Song With a Beautiful Melody," "At the Cafe Rendezvous," and the title tune. 85 min. Task Force(1949) VHS An exciting, fictional account of the evolution of the use of aircraft carriers during World War II as seen through the eyes of determined Navy officer Gary Cooper, who convinces the government of the vessel's viability and is given command of his own ship after the attack on Pearl Harbor. Jane Wyatt and Walter Brennan also star. 116 min. Dallas(1950) VHS Former Confederate officer Gary Cooper poses as a U.S. marshal sent to the rough-and-tumble Texas town and proceeds to bring the outlaw brothers running the place to justice and settle an old grudge. Two-fisted Western actioner also stars Ruth Roman, Raymond Massey, Steve Cochran. 94 min. Distant Drums(1951) VHS Raoul Walsh was at the helm for this blazing adventure about swamp fighter Gary Cooper storming the Florida Everglades to suppress an attack of insurgent Seminole Indians and rescue a young girl held captive. 101 min. Springfield Rifle(1952) VHS First-rate Western adventure involving a renegade Union officer (Gary Cooper) posing as a Confederate rustler in order to discover who is supplying thieves with top-secret information about shipments of Union horses to the East. Phyllis Thaxter, Paul Kelly and Lon Chaney, Jr. co-star. 93 min. High Noon(1952) VHS Four Academy Awards, including Gary Cooper's second Best Actor Oscar, went to director Fred Zinnemann's landmark Western drama. Cooper shines as retiring frontier marshal Will Kane, who must stand alone when a vengeance-seeking outlaw comes to town. Grace Kelly co-stars as Kane's new Quaker wife; with Lloyd Bridges, Katy Jurado, Ian MacDonald, Thomas Mitchell. 85 min. High Noon (Collector's Edition) [DVD](1952) DVD This 50th anniversary edition features the standard version of the film; two restored Dolby mono audio tracks; audio commentary; featurette; interactive menus; interviews; "making of" documentary; photo gallery; scene access; theatrical trailers. Return To Paradise(1953) VHS Shot on location in Western Samoa, this exotic drama features Gary Cooper as an amiable adventurer who comes across a dictatorial missionary on a Polynesian island and soon falls in love with a native woman. Following an uprising, Cooper leaves the island, only to return years later during World War II and discover he has a grown daughter living there. With Roberta Haynes and Barry Jones. 100 min. Friendly Persuasion(1956) VHS A Quaker family's faith and love is put to the test during the Civil War when the eldest son feels he must join the army in order to prove his manhood. William Wyler sensitive adaptation of the Jessamyn West novel stars Gary Cooper, Dorothy McGuire, Marjorie Main and Anthony Perkins. Restored video edition also includes outtakes, screen tests and the original theatrical trailer. 140 min. Love In The Afternoon(1957) VHS Gary Cooper's an American playboy on holiday in Paris whose string of romantic conquests is in jeopardy when he falls for "worldly" younger woman Audrey Hepburn. Billy Wilder's delightful comedy also stars Maurice Chevalier as Hepburn's private eye father. Includes original theatrical trailer. 133 min. Love In The Afternoon [DVD](1957) DVD Gary Cooper's an American playboy on holiday in Paris whose string of romantic conquests is in jeopardy when he falls for "worldly" younger woman Audrey Hepburn. Billy Wilder's delightful comedy also stars Maurice Chevalier as Hepburn's private eye father. 133 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English, French; Subtitles: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese; theatrical trailer. Man Of The West(1958) VHS Compelling Western drama from director Anthony Mann stars Gary Cooper as a former outlaw forced by circumstances to reunite with his old gang, led by his sadistic uncle (Lee J. Cobb), in order to protect those around him. Brutal and stark tale also stars Julie London, John Dehner, Jack Lord. 100 min. They Came To Cordura(1959) VHS Tough frontier drama that looks at the nature of heroism stars Gary Cooper as a soldier accused of cowardice in 1916, charged with finding five Medal of Honor candidates and bringing them to a military outpost. With Rita Hayworth, Van Heflin, Tab Hunter. 123 min. The Wreck Of The Mary Deare(1959) VHS Charlton Heston and Gary Cooper star in this thrilling story about a ship salvager who helps the lone remaining crew member of a mysterious grounded boat when he is investigated for his part in destroying the vessel. During the inquisition, the truth about the Mary Deare is revealed. Michael Redgrave and Alexander Knox also star. 110 min. Alias Jesse James(1959) VHS When Eastern insurance salesman Bob Hope inadvertently sells a policy to the infamous outlaw, he heads out West to protect his client, not knowing that James has a plan to get Hope mistaken for him and shot. Hilarious frontier romp also stars Rhonda Fleming and Wendell Corey, with a posse of cameos that includes Gene Autry, Gary Cooper, Roy Rogers and TV gunslingers James Arness, James Garner, Hugh O'Brian, Fess Parker and Jay Silverheels. The Real West(1961) VHS One of the first programs ever produced to present the West as it really was, this documentary uses archival footage and historical accounts to depict the struggles, heroes and hardships of America in the 1800s. Gary Cooper narrates. 60 min. The Love Goddesses [DVD](1965) DVD Marilyn Monroe, Mae West, Jean Harlow, Rita Hayworth, Claudette Colbert. What do they all have in common? An amazing sex appeal, a special style, a magnetic charm. This documentary uncovers the reasons why these women were "it." 87 min. 79 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby mono. Walt: The Man Behind The Myth(2001) VHS Celebrate the centenary of the man whose name became synonymous with family entertainment--Walt Disney--with this biographical documentary narrated by Dick Van Dyke. Follow Disney's lifelong love of cartooning, and see how a mouse named Mickey led to the building of a film empire, through rare home movies, reminiscences by family and colleagues, and interviews with Ray Bradbury, Dean Jones, Chuck Jones, Leonard Maltin and many others. 86 min.