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John Ford's portraits of loss and redemption

Document author(s):
Dave Kehr
Document source:
New York Times
Publication date:
2013 Feb 20
Document language:
English
Document type:
article
Number of pages:
2
Source pagination:
AR16; AR18
Document name subject:
Orson Welles, Philip Dunne, John Ford, John Wayne, and Maureen O'Hara
Document contains:
production co
Related films:
Film country(ies):
Ireland and United States
Film language(s):
English
Film production company:
Argosy, C.V. Whitney, Mercury Productions, Paramount Pictures, RKO Pictures, Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation, and Walter Wanger Productions
Film genre(s):
Drama, Feature, Journalism, Melodrama, and Western
Film subject(s):
  • Apache Indians -- Government relations -- Drama
  • Boxers (Sports) -- United States -- Drama
  • Business and politics -- United States -- Drama
  • Cattle breeders -- Drama
  • Cavalry -- West (U.S.) -- History -- Drama
  • Coaching -- Drama
  • Coal mines and mining -- Drama
  • Comanche Indians -- Drama
  • Depressions -- 1929 -- United States -- Drama
  • Driving of horse-drawn vehicles -- Drama
  • Earp, Wyatt, 1848-1929 -- Drama
  • Family life -- Ireland -- Drama
  • Family life -- Moral and ethical aspects -- Drama
  • Family life -- Wales -- Drama
  • Fathers and sons -- Drama
  • Frontier and pioneer life -- West (U.S.) -- Drama
  • Kidnapping -- United States -- Drama
  • Lawyers -- United States -- Drama
  • Man-woman relationships -- Ireland -- Drama
  • Man-woman relationships -- United States -- Drama
  • Migrant agricultural laborers -- California -- Drama
  • Migrant agricultural laborers -- California -- Social conditions -- Drama.
  • Mothers and sons -- Drama
  • Newspaper publishing -- United States -- Drama
  • Outlaws -- Southwest, New -- Drama
  • Publishers and publishing -- United States -- Drama
  • Rich people -- United States -- Drama
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