7 Women (Seven Women)
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7 Women (Seven Women)
John Ford's final film is set in China in 1935, where a group of American women, led by Agatha Andrews (Margaret Leighton), work as missionaries. One of the women, Florrie (Betty Field), is pregnant and accompanied by her husband, Charles (Eddie Albert), while the others are single and on their own. The mission has become crowded after a cholera epidemic forced several outsiders to flee a nearby British mission and seek shelter with the American group, while a Mongol warrior, Tunga Khan (Mike Mazurki), has assembled troops who are sacking the area. When a female doctor, Dr. D.L. Cartwright… More

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"Those that have seen it consider it one of Ford's finest achievements, but it's still a relatively unknown film."
‑ Jeffrey M. Anderson, Combustible Celluloid
"Thankfully Ford skips his usual sentimentality and cornball humor and drives home a hard-hitting period drama."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
"Boasting top-notch cast, John Ford's very last, underestimated film celebrates the strength of women in dire conditions."
‑ Emanuel Levy, EmanuelLevy.Com
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