Rio Lobo: JOHN WAYNE WESTERN | Free Movie | English | Full Cowboy Western Movie



Western Movie, Full Length Cowboy Film, English, 1h 54min., Adventure, Romance, War: Rio Lobo (1970) AKA San Timoteo is a 1970 American Western film starring John Wayne. The film was the last film directed by Howard Hawks, from a script by Leigh Brackett. The film was shot in Technicolor with a running time of 114 minutes. The musical score was composed by Jerry Goldsmith and the movie was filmed at Cuernavaca in the Mexican state of Morelos and at Tucson, Arizona.

It was the third Howard Hawks film varying the idea of a sheriff defending his office against belligerent outlaw elements in the town, after Rio Bravo (1959) and El Dorado (1966), both also starring John Wayne.

PLOT: After the Civil War, Cord McNally searches for the traitor whose treachery caused the defeat of McNally’s unit and the loss of a close friend.

Director: Howard Hawks
Writers: Burton Wohl (screenplay), Leigh Brackett (screenplay)
Stars: John Wayne, Jorge Rivero, Jennifer O’Neill

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44 thoughts on “Rio Lobo: JOHN WAYNE WESTERN | Free Movie | English | Full Cowboy Western Movie

  1. There's only one MAJOR problem with this story. If I'd been in charge I would have thrown the gold out the door before I jumped. They would have gotten NOTHING. But then again the movie would be over in 11 minutes.

  2. I can't believe there's a John Wayne movie I haven't seen! lol My Mother loved everything he did. If there was anything on the tv and he was in it she'd watch it. No matter how many times she'd seen it before. 🙂 Gracias Grjngo for sharing this with us. Funny how there's rarely a plain woman in any of them. It's the one thing I didn't like. The older he got the girls were usually way younger than him. My favorite of his movies is, "Angel and the Bad Man." Oh, and, "The Cowboys." That was a shocker. The script is brilliant. If you haven't seen them you got to do. 🙂 Songs

  3. nothing to say……. only watch and be delated …… I love this movie … I "start" my childhood with Wayne western's, after Him was Eastwood and anthers … and after 45 year still love "them"…… big sentiment come over to me……thks for share……

  4. Any movie that I could had watched on television with the DUKE in the WeSTERn, well I would watch IT!🤠🐃🐂🐎🐴👌

  5. only problem with Hawks' movie is that the cactus seen in many scenes does not grow in Texas-just senora desert–northern mexico and arizona-
    Saguaro —
    I spent a lovely week in Cuarnavaca in 1980 and lived for years in Arizona-

  6. Jack Elam is great in this, one of my favorite "later" John Wayne movies.
    Sherry Lansing went on to become a big studio head with 20th Century Fox and Paramount Pictures.

  7. My g grandfather John Mallard Stuckey fought for the South and was wounded and captured by the North in the battle of Vicksburg!
    My g g grandfather Sgt. Charles Fleetwood, fought for the North and led a 1,000 man all Cherokee regiment in the Civil War!
    My g g g grandfather Nicholas Fain was killed in the Revolutionary War along with 2 of his sons in the Battle of King Mountain!
    God Bless them all!

  8. The women in this movie looked so gorgeous! One wishes their beauty stayed frozen in that very time in their lives …..

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