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Wednesday, March 8, 2017

My Darling Clementine (Fox, 1946)


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3 comments:

  1. Love this movie, though, oddly, Fonda has always left me cold. The Mowbray sequence is terrific. Even Mature is quite good, in his way. But, wow .... what would the rest of Vincent Price's career have been like had he gotten Doc Holliday? At that point in time, he would've been splendid.

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    1. Indeed. Doc Holliday has to be one of the best movie roles you can get!
      Jeff

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  2. Alan Mowbray reminds me Heller in pink tights focused on a travelling theater troupe, the great George Cukor's only - and to me, original, creative, lively,sexy sub text, far beyond the standards - western. It would be a nice addition to your Anthony Quinn's list, the actor showing his talent in comedy and a great alchemy with Sophia Loren. JM

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