Shane (1953)

Not Rated   |    |  Drama, Western


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A weary gunfighter attempts to settle down with a homestead family, but a smoldering settler/rancher conflict forces him to act.


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  • Alan Ladd and Jean Arthur in Shane (1953)

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23 August 2017 | Fella_shibby
9
| A touching western with awesome cinematography.
I first saw this in the early 90s. Revisited it recently on a DVD which i own. When you love a western, it's a film like Shane that you go back to time and time again. Everything has already been said about this great film n there seems to be little left to say but as a fan of western films, lemme contribute by praising how good this film is. The single greatest asset is the wonderful cinematography. The mountains, the lakes, the hills, farms n houses all looked straight outta poetry n painting. Loyal Griggs did an amazing work with the film's cinematography. The story is about a mysterious gunfighter (Alan Ladd) who helps a farming family against cattle barons wanting the farmers land. Jack Palance in a role of pure malevolence with his evil smirk n few dialogues. George Stevens' direction is truly stunning. He made a very touching film. This film has contributed a lot towards the western genre.

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