Two Rode Together (1961) was a Western - Film Adaptation Film directed by John Ford and produced by John Ford and Stanley Shpetner.
Two Rode Together (1961): The Community of a John Ford WesternBy 4 Star Film Fan on Jan 4, 2021 From 4 Star Films
With such a robust body of work, it’s no surprise John Ford often gravitated toward certain images to represent the West and Two Rode Together it little different with the director returning to familiar iconography. This time it’s Jimmy Stewart, not Henry Fonda, propped up against a rail... Read full article
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: I didn't get a chance to vote for myself - not even once.
Maj. Frazer: Just how much do you think human lives are worth, McCabe?
Marshal Guthrie McCabe: Whatever the market will bear! No more, no less.
Elena de la Madriaga: These people, they smile at me and show their teeth, but it's the eyes that bite.
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Filmed in 1960, not released until 1961.
This was the last film in which James Stewart wore his familiar cowboy hat. Up to this point, he had worn it in all his westerns since Winchester '73, except Broken Arrow. This was Stewart's first film with John Ford, and Ford didn't want him to wear it as he thought it was the worst looking cowboy hat he had ever seen. As Stewart said in the documentary, "A Wonderful Life", Ford relented, but got back at him in their next western, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, when he didn't let Stewart wear a hat at all.
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