She Wore A Yellow Ribbon details
|Starring:||Victor McLaglen, Harry Carey Jr., Mildred Natwick, John Wayne, John Agar, George O'Brien, Joanne Dru, Ben Johnson|
|Genre:||Action/Adventure - Superheroes|
|Studio:||UNIVERSAL PICTURES UK|
|Collections:||100 Wild Westerns, Multi-coloured Movie Collection|
She Wore A Yellow Ribbon
|Run time:||1 hour 39 minutes|
|Rental release:||30 Apr 2001|
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jolly johnnyBy david campbell from scotland , 20 Apr 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]just brilliant.the second of the cavalry and the best. enjoy!
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Soldiers and IndiansBy Cato (705 reviews) from Lydbury North , 18 Jun 2012John Wayne as the retiring commander (real age 42) of his band of soldiers against those Injun wretches who have the temerity to want to keep their land. Wayne acts the old man pretty well, with a fetching white forelock to prove he's really 20 years older and a walk that looks like every one of his bones is creaking. This though was a patriotic film that made the Americans feel good after their part in WW2, and John Ford was your man for the patriotic statement. Some great cinematography showing the vast splendour of the western country.
She Wore A Yellow Ribbon - 1949By ian3 (538 reviews) from Salisbury , 12 Jun 2011She Wore A Yellow Ribbon - 1949
This is one of the Duke best movies, cinematography, script, setting and acting are all spectacular, one to all to your list to watch!!!!
Poetic sentiment or sentimentality?By Zamy (552 reviews) from London , 31 Jan 2011There is no doubt that John Ford was one of the best of the popular directors who ever worked in Hollywood. Returning to this film after many years I was surprised how disjointed it was, with lots of good individual scenes that never completely gel. We are also treated to rather too much broad Irish humour from Victor McLaglan that must have appealed to John Fords Irish side but adds little to the film. On the plus side, John Wayne gives a fine performance and we get to enjoy lots of beautifully framed Technicolor images. A number of Fords films tip into sentimentality but this one stays on the right side of sentiment.
She Wore A Yellow RibbonBy a customer from Melton Mowbray , 15 Apr 2010This first-class cavalry western contains some of John Wayne's finest screen moments i might even say that is is one if not the best film john wayne is in
Top 10By Rick1959 (3 reviews) from Oldham , 03 Feb 2010This has to be one of my top ten films. Always been a big John Wayne fan since childhood, and this one has everything. John Wayne playing beyond his years and proving his acting ability.