Three Godfathers (1948) was a Western - Drama Film directed by John Ford and produced by John Ford and Merian C. Cooper.
THREE GODFATHERS (1936)By Terry on Jan 14, 2019 From Stardust and Shadows
I don’t mention Westerns very much since honestly I don’t see many with exception of? STAGECOACH (1939), THE SEARCHERS (1956),? THE WILD BUNCH (1969), both versions of? CIMARRON (1931) plus (1960)? and the Clint Eastwood Modern classic THE UNFORGIVEN (1992) plus a host of others. I do wa... Read full article
MGM Blogathon: Three Godfathers (1936)By Caftan Woman on Jun 27, 2014 From Caftan Woman
I'm thrilled to be taking part in the MGM Blogathon sponsored by Diana and Connie of Silver Scenes and running from June 26th - 29th. MGM is justly renowned for its epics such as Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ and The Big Parade, its meticulously crafted costume dramas like Camille and Marie Antoine... Read full article
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Perley 'Buck' Sweet: I'll be seeing you boys... prob'ly.
[as Buck and the deputies are chasing the three outlaws, Buck shoots the outlaws' water bag. He then stops chasing them]
Deputy: Gosh, Marshal, you missed 'em.
Perley 'Buck' Sweet: They ain't payin' me to kill folks. Them Texas boys are gonna be mighty thirsty before they get to water.
Posse Member #1: A lot of boys stick up stagecoaches and banks and one thing and another. But a man who would dynamite a water hole in this kind of country is downright criminal.
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This is a remake of the silent film The Three Godfathers, which starred Ford's long-time friend Harry Carey. When Carey died in 1947, Ford decided to remake the story in Technicolor and dedicate the film to his memory. Carey's son, Harry Carey Jr., plays one of the three, "The Abilene Kid".
When John Wayne is "greasing" the baby boy, Robert William Pedro, it is evident that the baby boy is actually a baby girl.
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