This is the first feature-length documentary on legendary director Raoul Walsh. In this ‘memoir,’ Walsh ‘recounts’ his career from the silent film era to the tumultuous 1960s. The documentary makes stunning use of rare, personal and production photos and footage, revealing Walsh’s extraordinary, adventurous life on and off the set. From his apprenticeship with D.W. Griffith to his discovery of John Wayne and Rock Hudson, from the innovative ‘The Thief of Bagdad’ (1924) to the widescreen ‘The Big Trail’ (1930), from his classic work with Cagney, Bogart and Flynn to his mastery of every genre (musicals, comedies, Westerns, gangster, war), Walsh made Hollywood history. His life is nothing less than the story of Hollywood itself. Here’s a full-bodied account of one of Hollywood’s greatest legends.