There’s only one way to make a Ford picture, and that’s Ford’s way. When he made The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance,they wanted to make it in color, and the old man said, “It won’t be right if it’s done in color.” –Cinematographer William Clothier
European critics dethroned Orson Welles’ Citizen Kane as the all-time greatest movie, this summer, in favor of Vertigo, a second-tier effort by another cinematic genius, Alfred Hitchcock.
Taking for granted that Old Europe’s nomination of the James Stewart movie is a cheesy provocation rather than a serious proposal, what motion picture better deserves the crown?
Let’s replace one James Stewart movie with a far better one.
I am a lifelong fan of global cinema. I am also an international-award-winning screenwriter. I can play the cineaste. I can stand there with a drink in one hand and a graceful gesture in the other…
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