Two Rode Together (1961) was a Western - Film Adaptation Film directed by John Ford and produced by John Ford and Stanley Shpetner.
Two Rode TogetherBy Michael on Nov 27, 2013 From Le Mot du Cinephiliaque
Two Rode Together (John Ford, 1961) Marshal McCabe (James Stewart) and First Lt. Jim Gary (Richard Widmark) are hired to bring back siblings and parents that have been kidnapped by the Comanches many years ago. They will meet Chief Quanach Parker (Henry Brandon) and make a trade for a young boy a... Read full article
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Marshal Guthrie McCabe: You know, sometimes it takes a lot more courage to live than it does to die.
First Lt. Jim Gary: You're not gonna start a fire! Why don't you just send up smoke signals?
Marshal Guthrie McCabe: I can't spell.
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This film marked comedic actor Edward Brophy's last role as he died during the production on May 27, 1960 in Pacific Palisades, California.
John Ford later admitted he had only made the film for the money, and felt it was "still crap" even after he had brought in his favorite script writer Frank Nugent to rewrite it.
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