Two Rode Together
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Two Rode Together
In a different, effective western directed by John Ford, Jimmy Stewart plays understated, cynical U.S. marshal Guthrie McCabe. McCabe is conned by Army lieutenant Jim Gary (Richard Widmark) into negotiating with the Comanches for a release of white prisoners taken over a long period of time. The two ride off to carry out this task but then discover that it is not as easy as it looks. Many of the "prisoners" are too changed to want to leave, or too old to try to go back to their former way of life. The duo manage to leave with only two people -- a young, seventeen-year-old brave and… More

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"Ford may have made it for a quick buck—or perhaps as a favor to Columbia chief Harry Cohn—but the impact of the resulting film is far more that of a provocative drama than a tossed-off oater."
‑ Peter Canavese, Groucho Reviews
"Ford fails to make his racism theme work in the same powerful way he did in The Searchers."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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