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My Darling Clementine (1946) was a Drama - Western Film directed by John Ford and produced by Samuel G. Engel.

The film was based on the biography Wyatt Earp: Frontier Marshal written by Stuart N. Lake 1931.

My Darling Clementine was inducted into the National Film Registry in 1991.

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My Darling Clementine (1946)

By Beatrice on Jan 12, 2015 From Flickers in Time

My Darling Clementine Directed by John Ford Written by Samuel G. Engel and Winston Miller from a story by Sam Hellman based on a book by Stuart N. Lake 1945/USA Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation Repeat viewing/Netflix rental #204 of 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die If you are not look... Read full article


Criterion: My Darling Clementine

By Aaron West on Oct 19, 2014 From Criterion Blues

Oct 19 Posted by aaronwest MY DARLING CLEMENTINE, JOHN FORD, 1946 The best genre films are those that touch on deeper themes, and John Ford was an expert at using the Western as a way of examining his present. My Darling Clementine is considered by many to be among the best of his films, and I?ve s... Read full article


Criterion: My Darling Clementine

By Aaron West on Oct 19, 2014 From Criterion Blues

Oct 19 Posted by aaronwest MY DARLING CLEMENTINE, JOHN FORD, 1946 The best genre films are those that touch on deeper themes, and John Ford was an expert at using the Western as a way of examining his present. My Darling Clementine is considered by many to be among the best of his films, and I?ve s... Read full article


MY DARLING CLEMENTINE From Criterion

By Dan Day Jr. on Oct 19, 2014 From The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog

Criterion's latest Blu-ray release is John Ford's 1946 Western MY DARLING CLEMENTINE, an idealized version of frontier legend Wyatt Earp's involvement in the shootout at the O.K. Corral. MY DARLING CLEMENTINE can best be summed up by looking at the famous still of Henry Fonda as Wyatt Earp, balanc... Read full article


Criterion: My Darling Clementine

By Aaron West on Oct 19, 2014 From Criterion Blues

Oct 19 Posted by aaronwest MY DARLING CLEMENTINE, JOHN FORD, 1946 The best genre films are those that touch on deeper themes, and John Ford was an expert at using the Western as a way of examining his present. My Darling Clementine is considered by many to be among the best of his films, and I?ve s... Read full article


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Quotes from

Old Man Clanton: When ya pull a gun, kill a man.


[At his brother's grave]
Wyatt Earp: 1864, 1882. 18 years. You didn't get much of a chance did you James? I wrote to Pa and Cory Sue. They're gonna be all busted up over it. Cory Sue's young, but Pa. I guess he'll never get over it. I'll be comin' out to see you regular James. So will Morg and Virg. I'm gonna be around here for a while. Can't tell. Maybe when we leave this country young kids like you will be able to grow up and live safe.


Old Man Clanton: Wide-awake, wide-open town, Tombstone. You can get anything you want there.


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Facts about

John Ireland, who plays Billy Clanton in My Darling Clementine, played Johnny Ringo in Gunfight At The OK Corral.
Henry Fonda's first production after returning from U.S. Navy service in World War II.
Tombstone, Arizona, is not located in Monument Valley. John Ford "placed" it there because Monument Valley is where he liked to film his Westerns.
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My Darling Clementine

Released 1946
Inducted 1991
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