No, thanks, I just finished supper. Each of the brothers is introduced by a low-angle medium shot: first James, and the last Wyatt. From left to right Henry Fonda, Victor Mature, Alan Mowbray, and Tim Holt in My Darling Clementine 1946 , directed by John Ford. I'll see you both later. As if that would have mattered.
My Darling Clementine is a rousing and engrossing western done in the usual grand style of director. You and Buck go clean the saloon. They was rustled this evening. A man can't get a shave without gettin' his head blowed off. My Darling Clementine 1946 This is an online movie guide.
On the side of the trail, a buckboard appears with Old Man Clanton Walter Brennan and his oldest son Ike Grant Withers , part of the notorious Clanton outlaw clan. Advertisement Ford's story reenacts the central morality play of the Western. Sure is rough looking country. Guess you ain't heading for California, huh? Don't let him fool you. I'm giving you a chance to submit to proper authority. Wyatt discovers the owner of a trinket stolen from James' dead body and the stage is set for the Earps' long-awaited revenge. I told you I'm through talking, marshal.
I believe that's the first church bell I've heard in months. New chair gets in next week from Kansas City, Kansas. Shakespeare was not meant for taverns, nor for tavern louts. I figured on sticking around a while. Clanton visits with the bearded, scruffy Wyatt, while Ike sits mute and expressionless in the buckboard next to him.
Certainly he did more than any other to document the passages of American history. Just as you say, Doc. How are things in Deadwood, Mr. This is the fourth time this year this happened. Alice, give me a stack of buckwheat cakes with plenty of molasses. I would like some coffee.
I'm just passin' through tryin' to get me a relaxin' little shave. He's thinking of Clementine, and Fonda shows his happiness with body language. Please go back home, Clem. You've been a brave girl. You drew three cards and I stood pat. Can I help you, ma'am? The hands of the professional gambler pause on his winnings, and then he quickly tries to collect the money before Doc marches over to the poker table.
Well, get yourself some sleep. Clanton: I'll make ya a good offer. Gonna look mighty pretty in them curls of Corey Sue's. Earp, sitting outside the hotel, rises quickly to his feet as she gets out of the stage, and his movements show that he's in awe of this graceful vision. Take your hands off me. They'll be a sorry-looking lot when you get to California.
The film's title was not chosen in honor of any of the central characters or the shoot-out, but after the name of Earp's civilizing, female acquaintance in the town of Tombstone. Well, maybe he is and maybe he ain't. All we want to do is ride him round town. How would you handle me if I took a notion to break the law? But it ain't a bad idea. Wyatt: Who runs the cattle? © 1946 Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation; photograph from a private collection Wyatt Earp played by and his brothers Virgil , Morgan Ward Bond , and James Don Garner are on a cattle drive from to when they encounter Old Man Clanton and his son Ike Grant Withers. I think the Huachuca Pass is your best bet, Wyatt. Henry Fonda, a superb character actor, portrays the life of the legendary Wyatt Earp, an independent, drifter cowboy and ex-marshal who becomes a responsible lawman.
Mac, a glass of champagne for the marshal. Tell him the queen is dead. Wyatt: Made more than that in Mexico. I got a better idea. Easy on that keg, son. To one of his poker playing partners, a professional gambler he calls Mr.
Like a teenager, he sits in a chair on the veranda of his office, tilts back to balance on the back legs and pushes off against a post with one boot and then the other. What do they call this place? Well, you come on right in here, marshal, and serve your warrant. When Doc, hoping to give Clementine the slip, leaves town for Tucson, Chihuahua becomes furious, and gets into a fight with Clementine. Well, seeing as you know I got three of a kind. Both female leads are pretty bad, both as characters as well as how they are acted. I've heard all about you, John, and you're wrong, so wrong. You can make it easier for us to review and, hopefully, publish your contribution by keeping a few points in mind.