The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)

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A senator, who became famous for killing a notorious outlaw, returns for the funeral of an old friend and tells the truth about his deed.

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12 September 2004 | unclepete
The tallest cast in the West?
I've never really explored the western genre, and plucked this one from the IMDb top 250.

It's a cracking film that I really enjoyed, and one which I now understand why people debate so much.

What struck me though, was how tall the leads are! I'm used to seeing Stewart towering over everybody, but putting him with an astonishingly good Marvin (6' 3") and of course the towering Duke (6' 4 1/2") must make this the tallest cast ever until the Green Mile came along!

I've seen more than one person say that Stewart was twenty years too old for this role. I don't agree, and thought he was fairly convincing in this. There's also nothing to say how old his character was on arriving in Shinbone.

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