Two Rode Together

  • 1961
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Western

John Ford attempts to make an adult western with this film, which seems to fall between the cracks; it's too grown-up for the children's audience and much too simplistic to be deemed a psychological film. There are attempts at comedy that barely induce a smile, and the picture winds up yawnable, one of Ford's very few bores. Gorgeous scenery and a fine...read more

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John McIntire does well in the thankless role of Major Frazier, negotiating with John Ford's two mythic characters, marshal McCabe (James Stewart) and (more…)
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Looking to trade for white hostages, McCabe (James Stewart) and Gary (Richard Widmark) meet Comanche chief Quanah Parker (Henry Travers) and even badd (more…)

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  • Rating: NR
  • Review: John Ford attempts to make an adult western with this film, which seems to fall between the cracks; it's too grown-up for the children's audience and much too simplistic to be deemed a psychological film. There are attempts at comedy that barely induce a s… (more)

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