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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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7 WOMEN

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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There are actually eight women: Doctor Cartwright, Agatha Andrews, Jane Argent, Emma Clark, Florrie Pether, Miss Binns, Mrs. Russell, and Miss Ling.
The last movie that John Ford directed.
Anne Bancroft replaced Patricia Neal when Neal suffered a stroke during filming.
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