There are films and shows coming and going at the end of this month on Hulu, including John Wayne’s True Grit from 1969. This is a time of year when streaming services change things up, and Hulu is making a lot of changes.
Not only is True Grit coming to the streaming platform, but there are also a bunch of other classic films coming as well. The 1965 Western film, Apache Uprising will join the John Wayne film in that category. Rory Calhoun starred along with other classic Hollywood stars.
Those aren’t the only Western films coming to the platform in November. Buffalo Bill and The Indians, a 1976 film starring Paul Newman will go up as well at the beginning of next month. Old Westerns and John Wayne films aren’t the only additions. Viewers will also see a number of 1970s, 80s, and 90s movie classics.
Just a quick list of those films includes Enter the Ninja, Eye for An Eye, Fargo, I Escaped From Devil’s Island, Once Upon a Time in the West, The Outsider, Revenge of the Ninja, and the Rush Hour series featuring Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker. Seriously, there are so many new additions.
Viewers are going to be able to sit back and enjoy some classic movies. John Wayne, Bruce Lee, Paul Newman, there are a number of stars that will be available to grace your screen. Hulu seems to be starting those older movies in this new list of additions. There’s nothing wrong with watching a movie you have seen over 20 times just one more time.
John Wayne ‘True Grit’ Ranch Up for Sale
Fans of The Duke can be some of the most obsessed and loyal fans out there. They keep up with everything John Wayne no matter what. Perhaps a few fans will get together and buy the ranch that True Grit was filmed at? The property recently went up on the market, and it is not cheap.
The 1969 film is a classic by Wayne. When folks talk about Western movies it is a prime example. It featured the actor in his prime. With the ranch that acted as the set going up for sale, it gives fans a good look at one of the most iconic places in Wayne’s legendary career.
Located in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado, this 374-acre property was the backdrop for many scenes in the film. Still, the old buildings and structures stand as they did in 1969. It has the original barn, outbuilding, and ranch house John Wayne would have walked and filmed in. They look just like they did all those years ago. It would be a pretty sweet place to live if you could afford it. It’ll cost the eventual buyer(s) $11 million to call the place home for themselves.