She Wore A Yellow Ribbon (1949)

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    • Re: The dog in yellow ribbon

      Hello William T Brooks
      Just a short note to tell you how much I appreciate the great job you did!
      I am quite impressed with your thread. what!s more fun than knowing a actor
      belonged John Ford's Stock Company.
      Please let me attach the picture from your thread again.

      and brick
      i like dogs too.i appreciate your really nice thread you send.
      i am envious to do a plan you live in the States and to visit
      the Bar 26 ranch for.

      Regards,
      H.sanada
      Files
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      Brick and H. sanada;
      Because you said that you liked the last Post about the Film "Yellow Ribbon" you might like this Story also?
      :wink_smile:
      After the Film was Released later that Year and was Shown at the Old Fox Theater in Phoenix, all those Pretty Young Girls Treated me Like A Movie Star, even if I was only on the Big Screen for about 10 Seconds !!!
      :hyper:
      After they had formed the Stunt Mans Union, the Produsers and Directors could not Get-Away with this any more, you Had to Belong to the Union to do any Stunts !
      :yeaahh:




      Chilibill
      (bud)
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      Bill

      I also rather enjoyed this story and thanks for sharing it with us. On another note I think you should centralise your website with a homepage and links etc to the different topics. There is quite a lot of good information on your site at the moment and with a little bit of organisation it would be a good site to visit.

      :agent:
      Regards
      Robbie
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      William T Brooks

      Great your experiences.
      What's a impressive stunt.
      Young Chilibill shoud surely have been popular among young girls.

      Dogs that co-stared with Duke were famous ,Sam in Hondo, Clancy in
      The North to Alaska, dog(called Dog) in Big Jake.
      and I'll add them mongrel Navajo dog in Yellow Ribbon.
      dogs can be often seen in the Western films.
      but, how about cats?
      I can't remember exept just one cat named general in True Grit.

      Regards,
      H.sanada
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      Hi Hi Sanada

      That cat is also in "Rooster Cogburn," I don't know if its the same cat (in real life) or not as the one in "True Grit,"I would assume it probably is not.

      Regarding dogs there is also one in "The Searchers," which plays quite an important role within the movie as does the dog in "The Green Berets".

      :agent:
      Regards
      Robbie
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      Robbie wrote:

      Hi Hi Sanada

      That cat is also in "Rooster Cogburn," I don't know if its the same cat (in real life) or not as the one in "True Grit,"I would assume it probably is not.

      Regarding dogs there is also one in "The Searchers," which plays quite an important role within the movie as does the dog in "The Green Berets".

      :agent:

      Hi Robbie
      Thanks for your information.
      Yes, The cat in Rooster Cogburn is so nice, he (or she )likes beer!

      And the dog in The Searchers ,when Eathan sat on the porch lonely, the dog sat also with him. it was a very impressive scene.
      oh,i had remembered another dog in films,
      In The Stagecoach, a black cat are running in the street before gunfight.
      black cat is an unlucky symbol in west?

      Regards,
      H.sanada
    • Re: She Wore A Yellow Ribbon (1949)

      Inspired to watch She Wore a Yellow Ribbon today to review what fading is evident in DVD print. It isnt bad and there are signs of negative wear and some scenes are fine colour wise I think the fading issue is more evident in Monument Valley scenes were they do appear more washed out. I think this is more surprising knowing that this was filmed in Technicolor. I know from seeing other prints such as 35mm and even 16mm/8mm that they was definitely stronger colours present with them. I wonder will there be a reissue of this film with a remastered print on DVD


      Mike
    • Re: She Wore A Yellow Ribbon (1949)

      An enjoyable cavalry romp, I may watch this again later on today

      The memorable, stand out scene is when Duke receives his watch from the troop and then retires

      Great movie
      Windage & elevation Ms.Langdon, windage & elevation!
    • Re: She Wore A Yellow Ribbon (1949)

      This is one of my favorite roles - second to Ethan Edwards in "The Searchers" - I cannot for the LIFE of me figure out how people can actually keep a straight face and say that John Wayne had no range as an actor. He was COMPLETELY believable as Captain Nathan Brittles, even though the Duke was 42 playing about 65!

      The mutual respect and affection between he and "Quincannon" was INCREDIBLY good acting, and showed the comfort level that existed between the two actors.


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