Shenandoah (1965) was a Drama - War Film directed by Andrew V. McLaglen and produced by Robert Arthur.
Shenandoah (1965)By Beatrice on Oct 7, 2018 From Flickers in Time
Shenandoah Directed by Andrew V. McLaglen Written by James Lee Barrett 1965/USA Universal Pictures First viewing/Netflix rental OK Civil War/Western tale. Charlie Anderson (James Stewart) is the patriarch of a Northern Virginia farming family. The family does not keep slaves and therefore has opted ... Read full article
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Charlie Anderson: It was my wife's last request, Pastor Bjoerling. Meaning no disrespect, of course.
Train Engineer: You can't do that! You can't burn my train!
Charlie Anderson: Maybe not, but you gotta give me credit for tryin'!
Train Engineer: But why? Why?
Charlie Anderson: It's not the kind of train I favor.
Charlie Anderson: Do you like her?
Lt. Sam: Well, I just said I...
Charlie Anderson: No, no. You just said you loved her. There's some difference between lovin' and likin'. When I married Jennie's mother, I-I didn't love her - I liked her... I liked her a lot. I liked Martha for at least three years after we were married and then one day it just dawned on me I loved her. I still do... still do. You see, Sam, when you love a woman without likin' her, the night can be long and cold, and contempt comes up with the sun.
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The movie was turned into the stage musical under the same title in 1975 starring John Cullum.
Katherine Ross' film debut.
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