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7 Women (1966) was a Drama Film directed by John Ford and produced by John Ford and Bernard Smith.

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By Dan Day, Jr. on Jun 14, 2020 From The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog

I have long maintained that the greatest film director of them all was John Ford. I've seen nearly every one of his films that are available--but it wasn't until this weekend that I was able to watch his final theatrical feature, 7 WOMEN, released by MGM in 1966. The decade of the 1960s was a ti... Read full article

7 Women (1966): John Ford’s Final Film

By 4 Star Film Fan on Apr 25, 2020 From 4 Star Films

7 Women is an oddity that nevertheless deserves a more prominent reputation. Here we have the inauspicious final film of John Ford, becoming the capstone to a career spanning decades and plenty of classics. However, there’s no John Wayne in this picture nor western panoramas. Nevertheless, it ... Read full article

7 Women (1966)

By Beatrice on Mar 14, 2019 From Flickers in Time

7 Women Directed by John Ford Written by Janet Green and John McCormick from a short story by Norah Lofts 1966/USA Bernard Smith Productions/JohnFordProductions/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer First viewing/YouTube rental Ironic that John Ford’s swan song is Far Eastern rather than Old Western – and... Read full article

7 Women

By Amanda Garrett on May 17, 2017 From Old Hollywood Films

Today, I'm writing about director John Ford's final film 7 Women (1966). The historical drama stars from left: Anne Bancroft (seated); Sue Lyon; Mildred Dunnock; Margaret Leighton; Hans William Lee; unidentified; Eddie Albert, and Betty Field. This article is part of Underseen and Underrated: The C... Read full article

7 Women

By Michael on Jul 12, 2014 From Le Mot du Cinephiliaque

Note: this review is a contribution to the John Ford Blogathon hosted by the great folks over at Krell Laboratories and Bemused and Nonplussed. 7 Women (John Ford, 1966) Of the bunch of John Ford films that I've seen, a total of sixteen, I tend to prefer the tone of his non-Westerns because it take... Read full article

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Dr. D.R. Cartwright: [to Tunga Khan, Bandit Leader] So long, ya bastard!

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Anne Bancroft replaced Patricia Neal when Neal suffered a stroke during filming.
Katharine Hepburn turned down a role in the movie.
There are actually eight women: Doctor Cartwright, Agatha Andrews, Jane Argent, Emma Clark, Florrie Pether, Miss Binns, Mrs. Russell, and Miss Ling.
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