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Shane Rides on at 60!

Shane (1953), one of the most influential Western films, was released sixty years ago. Here are some of the Autry’s research resources related to this beloved film. 399 more words

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All Fall Down (1962)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 7 out of 10

4-Word Review: Don’t idolize older brother.

Berry-Berry (Warren Beatty) is the malcontent son of Annabell and Ralph Willart (Angela Lansbury, Karl Malden) who is unable to hold down a steady job, is in constant brushes with the law, and beats up his girlfriends. 595 more words

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Hud (1963) - 9/10

Apparently Paul Newman, here playing one of his most unlikeable characters, was upset that audiences still loved him. Hud became an “anti-hero”, despite being nasty throughout, with no real redeeming qualities. 627 more words

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#69 Shane

Will someone shut that kid up? #sixwordmovies

#69 Shane (1953)

The American Film Institute has two top 100 lists, and I’ve explained that I’m watching my way through the first list that they released in 1997. 978 more words

The AFI 100

hud

I think I had ignored this movie even though Paul Newman is in it. Then, Patricia Neal died and I wanted to see more of her films so here we are. 104 more words

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Texas Movies: Hud

The 1963 movie Hud has a lot going on. It weaves many different archetypal story elements into a tale that feels specifically small town Texas: the conflicts between generations, morality/social responsibility and selfishness, and physical attraction and restraint; a Job-like tale of an honorable man losing everything; and, a coming of age tale about a boy learning to value character over a carefree lifestyle. 1,196 more words

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