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  • Carl Huber
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    06; That part of the movie brought back a memory. Both my boys went to school with the descendant of A.P. Hill. A Confederate Cavalry Officer. They all played Lacrosse together. During a hard fought game they would bolster each other with cracks like "come on Frank let's win one for the South or Mike I heard you Yankee's could run fast back to your zone". Those were some of the more PC comments.

    You also mentioned stunt men. No onrealizeses that back then stunts were more real than today with special effects. An Indian calleYakimama Cenuck [I hope I got the spelling correct] did the oft copied stunt in Stage Coach.

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    Carl Huber-
    Harry Carey appeared in a number of John Wayne /John Ford films. He even did a Roman Ride in one, no stuntman involved.

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    All Respect crm3006

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    Carl Huber-
    Honorable mention, but no cigar. John Wayne spoke that line to Patrick Wayne, who was portraying a Union cavalry second lieutenant . The Duke then turned to Ward Bond and said "He is a Yankee cavalryman." I believe this to be Patrick Wayne's first film appearance with John Wayne, but he was in many more John Wayne films.

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  • Carl Huber
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    I can only guess. The most memorable scene in a John Ford movie was at the end of the Searchers with John Wayne turning around having fulfilled his task framed by the door way and not walking into the house. Rather back into the Painted Dessert.

    He also paid homage to Harry Carey Sr. by grasping his left elbow with his right hand a famous western star. H. Carey Sr. was born in the Bronx N.Y. and learned to ride in City Island N.y.. Go figure those Dam Yankees can be like roaches.

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    John Ford-1956-Epic western. Petzal would know.

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  • Carl Huber
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    How about "This is the West sir. When the legend becomes fact. Print the legend". The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

    06 I'm going to need a little more.

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    Gary Devine -

    Actually, Ah try to avoid redundancies...

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    One for ya'll. Who said "Turn around, Sonny." In what movie and what context?

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    Gary Devine-
    It has been my sad experience in life to discover that most low-down liars are either damnyankes or demoncrats, with more than a few scalawag republicans thrown in to season the pot.

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  • Gary Devine
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    crm3006, you got it Alan Ladd in Shane an awesome western movie.

    bayouwolf would of loved what Shane called Gunfighter Jack Wilson.
    "I've heard that you're a low-down Yankee liar".

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    Clint Eastwood to Cheif Dan George. "The Outlaw Josey Wales".

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  • MattM37
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    Who said: "Seems like every time I get to likin' somebody, they ain't around long." ?

    (His partner's response was: "Yeah, I notice that when you get to dislikin' somebody, they ain't around long, either."

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    Alan Ladd or Van Heflin, not sure which, in "Shane."

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  • Gary Devine
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    "A gun is a tool, Marian; no better or no worse than any other tool: an axe, a shovel or anything. A gun is as good or as bad as the man using it. Remember that."

    This quote is from my favorite western. What is it. No Peeking!

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