Movie Review: Red River with John Wayne, Montgomery Clift, Walter Brennan directed by Howard Hawkscategories: Movie, Western, Cattle Drive, Texas, John Wayne
Actors: John Wayne, Montgomery Clift, Joanne Dru
Director: Arthur Rosson
Studio: MGM (Video & DVD)
Jules Furthman is an Uncredited Co-ScripterWriter Jules Furthman deserves a lot of credit for "Red River" being arguably the best film ever directed by an American. Groot throws Dunson a gun, just as in Furthman's later "Rio Bravo" Jim "Colorado" Ryan throws Chance a rifle. The Furthman touch is in both films. Furthman also wrote the similar Anna May Wong film "Shanghai Express" in 1932. The role of women in all these films is identical.
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