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Essays by

Geoffrey O'Brien

 

The Old Frontier

“The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance” was born old. With its black-and-white photography and its backlot sets, its aging stars incongruously cast as young men, its barnstorming turns by John Carradine and Edmond O’Brien, it seemed like a movie from another time.

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