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Red River

(Catch my previous Western film review here: Hud)

Howard Hawks is known today as a great American film director of the classical Hollywood period. He is known particularly well for his direction of film noirs and Westerns, despite the fact that he only directed one picture that can really be called a film noir ( 1,104 more words


Red River

Joanne Dru uses a pistol to break up the fight between John Wayne and Montgomery Clift in Red River (1948).

John Wayne

Red River

Montgomery Clift made his film debut as John Wayne’s adopted son Matthew Garth in Red River (1948), but because of lengthy post production, The Search was his first film released.

Red River

Red River

Montgomery Clift is John Wayne’s adopted son Matthew Garth, and Walter Brennan is Nadine Groot, his long suffering companion, and cook on the cattle drive, in Red River (1948).

Walter Brennan

I Confess (1953) - reviewed by George

Alfred Hitchcock’s 39th film has a rather unique look: it’s set in Quebec, and an even more unique hook: a murderer tells a priest of his crime in the confessional, so the priest can never ever reveal what he heard – even when he himself becomes the principle suspect, and is eventually put on trial for his life. 163 more words


The Last Film of Marilyn Monroe and Clark Gable

American playwright Arthur Miller once wrote a screenplay for his wife, Marilyn Monroe, called The Misfits (1961). It’s a somber, take-no-prisoners story, set in the bleak landscape surrounding Reno, Nevada. 761 more words