Stagecoach (1939) was a Western - Black-and-white Film directed by John Ford and produced by John Ford.
The film was based on the short story The Stage to Lordsburg written by Ernest Haycox published in Collier's in Apr 1937.
Stagecoach was inducted into the National Film Registry in 1995.
Academy Awards 1939 --- Ceremony Number 12 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Supporting Actor||Thomas Mitchell||Won|
|Best Art Direction||Alexander Toluboff||Nominated|
|Best Cinematography||Bert Glennon||Nominated|
|Best Director||John Ford||Nominated|
|Best Film Editing||Otho Lovering, Dorothy Spencer||Nominated|
|Best Music - Scoring||Richard Hageman, Frank Harling, John Leipold, Leo Shuken||Won|
|Best Picture||Walter Wanger (production company)||Nominated|
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Marshal Curly Wilcox: This stage is going to Lordsburg. If you think it ain't safe to ride along with us, I figure we can get there without you soldier boys.
Ringo Kid: Look, Miss Dallas. You got no folks... neither have I. And, well, maybe I'm takin' a lot for granted, but... I watched you with that baby - that other woman's baby. You looked... well, well I still got a ranch across the border. There's a nice place - a real nice place... trees... grass... water. There's a cabin half built. A man could live there... and a woman. Will you go?
Dallas: But you don't know me - you don't know who I am.
Ringo Kid: I know all I wanna know. Will you go?
Dallas: Oh, don't talk like that!
[Mrs. Mallory, a passenger, has just given birth]
Buck: Hey, Curly, do you think I oughta charge Mrs. Mallory's baby half fare?
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Orson Welles privately watched this film about 40 times while he was making Citizen Kane.
The premise of Ernest Haycox's story comes from Guy de Maupassant's famous story 'Boule de Suif', which takes place in Normandy during the 1870 Franco-Prussian War.
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