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Henry Fonda as Wyatt Earp in John Ford's "My Darling Clementine" (1946) My Darling Clementine 1946, Aspirational Aesthetic, My Darling Clementine, Jeremiah Johnson, Anson Mount, Darling Clementine, Vincent D’onofrio, Wyatt Earp, French New Wave

As an actor — and an acting teacher — Anson Mount knows the value of research. To play Cullen Bohannon in Hell on Wheels, Anson Mount has done more than his share of homework, watching westerns both famous and obscure. Some were longtime favorites he eagerly revisited; others, classics he sampled for the very first time. Here are some of his observations. “Of all the genres, the western is perhaps the most masculine. Even more so than the straight-up war movie, which at its best is nothing…

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Louis Burklow
Richard Avedon. John Ford, film director, Bel Air, California. April 11, 1972 | MoMA Richard Avedon Portraits, Richard Avedon Photos, Richard Avedon Photography, Migrant Mother, Jim Marshall, Philippe Halsman, Nastassja Kinski, America Images, August Sander

Richard Avedon. John Ford, film director, Bel Air, California. April 11, 1972. Gelatin silver print. 16 1/8 × 15 11/16" (40.9 × 39.8 cm). Horace W. Goldsmith Fund through Robert B. Menschel. 495.2009. © 2024 The Richard Avedon Foundation. Photography

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Lazar Lekovic
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Shooting days run long. Actors can be divas. Making movies can be Hell. It's hard to fault directors for adopting an unstylish way of life. But they don't all amble around in sweats all day. Here, we salute the motion picture architects who toiled behind the lens with flair, from the debonair icons of cinema's golden age to the contemporary masterminds

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Monica
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John Wayne has been in the news lately for some things he said decades ago. I don't have anything to say about that. But I did grow up with a father who liked Westerns, and so I had a steady diet of John Wayne movies. To be honest, the John Wayne character on display in those movies reminded me of my dad. Wayne was a tough guy with a soft side, a rugged individualist. He represented a model of American manhood. There are still some Wayne movies I watch and like. When Wayne died of cancer, I…

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Roberto Soares
During World War II, Commander John Ford, USNR, served in the United States Navy and as head of the photographic unit for the Office of Strategic Services, made documentaries for the Navy Department. He won two more Academy Awards during this time, one for the semi-documentary The Battle of Midway (1942), and a second for the propaganda film December 7th (1943). Commander Ford was a veteran of the Battle of Midway, where he was wounded in the arm by shrapnel while filming the Japanese attack ... Office Of Strategic Services, Famous Veterans, The Quiet Man, Cape Elizabeth, Fritz Lang, Rear Admiral, Movie Directors, John Ford, The Searchers

During World War II, Commander John Ford, USNR, served in the United States Navy and as head of the photographic unit for the Office of Strategic Services, made documentaries for the Navy Department. He won two more Academy Awards during this time, one for the semi-documentary The Battle of Midway (1942), and a second for the propaganda film December 7th (1943). Commander Ford was a veteran of the Battle of Midway, where he was wounded in the arm by shrapnel while filming the Japanese attack…

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