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The Sun Shines Bright

John Ford’s The Sun Shines Bright and the Search for a Moral Order

Set in the Jim Crow South, Ford’s depiction of race relations and its attendant moral ambiguities are discussed by Richmond Adams.

John Ford Made … Monsters? The Grotesque Tradition in Ford’s Work

“The grotesque æsthetic is a window into many of the unresolved contradictions in Ford’s work especially, the uneasy juxtaposition of the tragic and the comic

John Ford’s Funeral Oration: The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962 USA 123 mins) Prod Co: John Ford Productions/Paramount Prod: Willis Goldbeck, John Ford [uncredited] Dir: John Ford Scr:

A Legend that Dare Not Imprint its Name: The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962 USA 123 mins) Prod Co: John Ford Productions/Paramount Prod: Willis Goldbeck, John Ford [uncredited] Dir: John Ford Scr:

American Triptych: Vidor, Hawks and Ford

Three legendary classical directors are put under the spotlight, and the results of Gallagher’s analysis are always illuminating and surprising

Passage: John Ford’s Young Mr. Lincoln

Noted Ford scholar Tag Gallagher casts his gaze over this well worn 1939 classic and discovers further treasures in Ford’s poetic vision

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