Not Rated | | Drama, History
A poor Midwest family is forced off their land. They travel to California, suffering the misfortunes of the homeless in the Great Depression.
According to Henry Fonda, John Ford preferred only one take and little or no rehearsal to catch the most spontaneous moment. For the key climactic final scene between Tom and Ma, Ford didn't even watch the rehearsal. When the time came to shoot, Ford led Fonda and ... ...
What's the matter, Grandpa?
Grandpa Joad: What's the matter? There's nothin' the matter. I just - I just ain't goin', that's all.
Pa Joad: What you mean you ain't goin'? We got to go. We got no place to stay.
Grandpa Joad: I ain't talkin' about you. I'm - I'm talkin' about me! I give'r...
The same shot, from slightly different angles, of the Joads' truck crossing the desert at night is used twice, showing a single large cactus in the foreground and three sets of lights in a row on a mountain in the distance.
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