The Alamo (1960)
|Producer(s)||James Edward Grant (associate), John Wayne, Michael Wayne (associate uncredited)|
|Top Genres||Action, Adventure, Biographical, Drama, Epic, Historical|
The Alamo Overview:
The Alamo (1960) was a Action - Adventure Film directed by John Wayne and produced by John Wayne, Michael Wayne and James Edward Grant.
Academy Awards 1960 --- Ceremony Number 33 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Supporting Actor||Chill Wills||Nominated|
|Best Cinematography||William H. Clothier||Nominated|
|Best Film Editing||Stuart Gilmore||Nominated|
|Best Music - Scoring||Dimitri Tiomkin||Nominated|
|Best Music - Song||Music by Dimitri Tiomkin; Lyrics by Paul Francis Webster||Nominated|
|Best Picture||John Wayne, Producer||Nominated|
THE ALAMO (2004)By Dan Day, Jr. on Sep 28, 2019 From The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog
My birthday was earlier this week, and as a present my great friend Josh Kennedy sent me a DVD of the 2004 version of THE ALAMO. Josh has been trying to get me to see this movie for years. Josh is a native Texan, which means that the legend of the Alamo has made a huge impression on him. Josh can l... Read full article
The Alamo (1960)By Beatrice on Feb 1, 2017 From Flickers in Time
The Alamo Directed by John Wayne Written by James Edward Grant 1960/USA Batjack Productions/The Alamo Company First viewing/Amazon Instant John Wayne’s lone directorial effort is over-long but not half bad. A vastly outnumbered group of “Texicans” create a fortress from a missio... Read full article
SINNER comes to the Alamo Drafthouse!By Marisa on Feb 6, 2013 From The Timothy Carey Experience
Hey gang, I apologize for slacking on posts lately. I’ve been feeling a bit under the weather the past few days. However, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to tell you about the upcoming 35mm screening of The World’s Greatest Sinner at the famous Alamo Drafthouse in Austin, Texas!... Read full article
The AlamoBy Alyson on Apr 21, 2011 From The Best Picture Project
In John Wayne?s directorial debut, The Alamo showcases the historic pivotal battle in 1836 against Santa Anna?s troops in the war for Texas independence fromMexico. ?As General Sam Houston (Richard Boone) is in need of as much time as possible to muster enough troops to defeat the Mexican army, he o... Read full article
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Jim Bowie: Travis says! I wouldn't take Travis' word that night's dark and day's light!
Smitty: So many times every day you stop and give thanks, but mostly I don't catch on what you're thanking the Lord for. I mean, there's nothing special.
Parson: I give thanks for the time and for the place.
Smitty: The time and the place, Parson?
Parson: The time to live and the place to die. That's all any man gets. No more, no less.
Col. Davy Crockett: Step down off your high horse, Mister. Ya don't get lard less'n you boil a hog!
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During the battle sequence, one of the cannons rolled over the foot of Laurence Harvey, breaking it at the instep. He continued with the scene, eventually treating the injury himself.
Banned in Mexico.
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