"Orson Welles was once asked which directors he most admired. He replied: ""The old masters. By which I mean John Ford, John Ford and John Ford."" John Ford (1894-1973) was a legend in his own time. Hono"
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Bringing in the Sheaves
Half Genius Half Irish
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