As Stoddard returns to Washington, D.C. with Hallie, and contemplates retiring to Shinbone, he thanks the train conductor for the railroad's many courtesies. Ford responded, "What's wrong with Uncle Remus?" When she and Stoddard first arrive back in Shinbone, Stoddard is whisked off by the eager men of the Shinbone Star for an interview; while Hallie – with Link Appleyard, the town’s former marshal – visits Doniphon’s old ranch, never fully restored after the fire. Despite this, the review maintained that the film "has more than enough gusto to see it through," and that Ford had "lost none of his talent for catching the real heart, humor and violent flavor of the Old West in spite of the notable rustiness of his technique. The crux of some interpretations of the film is that this revelation upholds Doniphon and undermines Stoddard’s future successes, showing that they have a dishonest foundation. "It was the only film," he said, "where [Ford] learned about something called pessimism. While filming an exterior shot on a horse-drawn cart, Wayne almost lost control of the horses and knocked Strode away when he attempted to help. The film is peculiar in that Stewart was given top billing in its promotional materials, whereas Wayne has top billing in the film itself. Back in the present at the close of the film, Hallie has left a cactus rose atop Doniphon’s coffin – a fact which causes Stoddard some furrow-browed reflection. Liberty Valance is going to get shot. The development of this relationship is complex. Others have posited that the black and white photography served to mask the makeup used to make Stewart and Wayne appear young men. Nothing’s too good for the man who shot Liberty Valance!’. Sort of. Doniphon and Hallie have a simmering relationship: the Ericsons initially consider a marriage proposal only a matter of time, but whether it is restraint, a languid style, a certain complacency, or whether he is simply waiting for the right moment, Doniphon proves slow to act. "[27] John L. Scott of the Los Angeles Times wrote, "Director Ford is guilty of a few lengthy, slow periods in his story-telling, but for the most part the old, reliable Ford touches are there. Wayne later told Strode, "We gotta work together. Senator Ransom ‘Ranse’ Stoddard (Stewart) and his wife Hallie (Vera Miles) arrive in Shinbone via steam train. The black-and … Ranse's wounds are treated by Tom's girlfriend, Hallie, and others, who explain to him that Valance terrorizes the residents, and the town's Marshal Appleyard is powerless to stop him. By a man. Mr. Ford’s day job was directing westerns. If Ford did, in a few notable ways, engineer a certain preeminence for Wayne and Doniphon, his film is by no means unequivocal in proclaiming Doniphon’s person and his values over Stoddard’s. Still others suggest that the film’s casting has its own thematic function: that Stewart’s age is evident in the body of the film despite makeup, but this reflects the fact that he is recollecting for us, looking back on his youth as a much older man, with the story we see unfolding marked by his age, an inevitably subjective account. Her story "A Man Called Horse" was first adapted into an episode of the Wagon Train television series and later into a 1970 film. This website uses cookies to improve your experience while you navigate through the website. Somehow – despite a lack of technique embarrassingly demonstrated earlier by Doniphon – and despite faltering with his weapon, Stoddard triumphs, with Valance shot dead. Valance continues to menace the town. Multiple stories and speculations exist to explain this decision. As they pay their respects, local newspaper editor Maxwell Scott asks Stoddard why a United States senator would make the long journey from Washington to attend the funeral of a local rancher. John Ford’s The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962) centers around the story of infamous bandit Liberty Valance’s death. Stoddard has earned the respect and friendship of his nominator, Dutton Peabody, and the people of Shinbone not through force, but owing to his personal warmth, his generous intellect, and a sense of morality which prioritises law and the equality of all. It is interesting in this respect to briefly consider the relationships certain directors have shared with their leading men. Alfred Hitchcock famously called Cary Grant ‘the only actor I ever loved’, and used Grant for his heroic leading parts, whereas Stewart – in Rope, Rear Window, The Man Who Knew Too Much, and Vertigo – played the physically inferior, more psychologically troubled roles. This reflects the nature of the film as well as the equal stature of its two stars. Tom regrets saving Ranse's life, because he lost Hallie to him; but, he encourages Ranse to accept the nomination and make Hallie proud. Directed by John Ford.Screenplay by James Warner Bellah and Willis Goldbeck.Adapted from a short story written by Dorothy M. Johnson. I'm glad you made it. Meanwhile, Stoddard and Hallie grow increasingly close. These cookies will be stored in your browser only with your consent. Many critical evaluations of the movie extend these particular concerns into a pessimism that encompasses the whole film; arguing that it serves ultimately as a reflection on the loss of the Old West, Doniphon’s heroism forgotten and foregone, Stoddard the mistaken hero, whose career is based on a lie. In some sense Liberty Valance speaks also to High Noon, possessing in Tom Doniphon another neglected hero. Ford had to accept those terms or not make the film. Yes, let’s come back. The coach is stopped by a group of outlaws, who beat Stoddard when he attempts to prevent a woman losing the broach given to her by her now-dead husband. Its success established Wayne as a leading man and as a leading star. The two better-known stories, Liberty Valance and A Man Called Horse only run about 30 pages each. This conflict drives Stoddard to seek to confront Liberty, which Doniphon knows is a fool's quest for the shaky Easterner. "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance," the New Yorker's Richard Brody writes, "is the greatest American political movie." Peabody boldly nominates Stoddard. This deeply-felt remark is more ambiguous than it may first appear: it can be read implicating Valance’s death as a springboard, or as something which makes a successful career more difficult or even irrelevant. Liberty Valance – whose group of men has grown, backed by the cattle barons who seek to prevent a fair vote – arrives and attempts intimidation, but Stoddard and Peabody are voted as the town’s two delegates. The emphasis given to Hallie’s remaining feelings for Doniphon brings into question her relationship with Stoddard. [15] "Wayne actually played the lead," Ford said, to Peter Bogdanovich. Great works of art require our openness as viewers: their flaws and conflicts are, after Joyce, the portals of discovery and ought to be accepted and investigated rather than dismissed. Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies. Foreshadowing: Liberty is playing poker when Ransom calls him out for his lynching of the newspaper editor Peabody. Some of the plugins which add to the functionality of Culturedarm make use of cookies, aggregating performance data and taking note of your preferences. In the present, Stoddard's political accomplishments fill in the intervening years; but his story will not be published, with editor Scott stating, "This is the West, sir. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, a short story by Dorothy M. Johnson. But his passion was political philosophy . The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance Written by Jethro Compton Based on the short story by Dorothy M. Johnson With the voice of Robert Vaughn August 30 - September 9, 2017 Soon after, in revenge, Valance and his men assault Peabody. Likewise, if Stoddard appears disconcerted at her enduring feelings for Doniphon, perhaps this is only natural, philosophical and fleeting. This political change implicates for Ford other themes and other contests: it suggests the potential disenchantment of the individual and the end of rugged heroism; and encourages a questioning of the natures of truth and legend. In contrast to prior John Ford Westerns, such as The Searchers (1956) and She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949), Liberty Valance was shot in black-and-white on Paramount's soundstages. What should have been left to enthrall the imagination is spelled out until there is nothing left to savor or discuss. On the train back to Washington, Stoddard suggests leaving political life – after passing an irrigation bill – and returning to live in Shinbone. Senator Ranse Stoddard and his wife Hallie arrive in Shinbone, a frontier town in an unnamed western state, to attend the funeral of Tom Doniphon. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Both within the film and in the apparatus to it, Ford made attempts to affirm Doniphon’s heroism. Your email address will not be published. "[34] In a retrospective analysis, The New York Times called Liberty Valance "...one of the great Western classics," because "it questions the role of myth in forging the legends of the West, while setting this theme in the elegiac atmosphere of the West itself, set off by the aging Stewart and Wayne. This means that for much of the film, Stewart and Wayne – 53 and 54 years old respectively at the time of shooting – portray men in their twenties. But … The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance is a 1962 American dramatic western film directed by John Ford and starring John Wayne and James Stewart. He was a sadistic and violent Old West outlaw, a holy terror to the town of Shinbone, and the ruthless leader of an outlaw gang. Here, however, that neglect owes to time and to the hero’s own selfless withholding of the truth. To a journalist, who's wondering what the senator is doing in Shinbone, he tells how his career started as "the man who shot Liberty Valance". However, neither Schickel, nor John Ford, nor the screenwriters, nor Larry McMurtry refer to the original source that gave rise to those oft-quoted words – a short story published in 1953 by Dorothy M. Johnson, called The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance. That story … The screenplay by James Warner Bellah and Willis Goldbeck was adapted from a 1953 short story written by Dorothy M. Johnson. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance was based on a short story by Dorothy M. Johnson, published in her 1953 collection Indian Country. Open discussions with a short discussion on the story. You've got to know your job, lay your shadows in properly, get your perspective right, but in color, there it is," he said. As a lawyer he came to Shinbone to bring law and order to the west by means of law books. The townspeople agree. He takes a gun and waits for Valance in the street. Ford is attributed as saying, early in Wayne’s career, that Wayne would become the biggest film star ever owing to the public’s sense of him as an everyman. At the convention for statehood, the gathered delegates must vote for one man to represent the region at Congress in Washington. On TV he would have been dispatched by the second commercial and the villainy would have passed to some shadowy employer, some ruthless rancher who didn't want statehood. Her novel The Hanging Tree was brought to the screen by director Delmer Daves and star Gary Cooper in 1959. Stoddard’s thoughtfulness is briefly interrupted by the train driver, who promises to expedite the Senator’s journey. The composition was evidently kept in mind by Ford for twenty-three years, used in Liberty Valance to express the lost love that characterises Hallie and Doniphon’s relationship. The screenplay by James Warner Bellah and Willis Goldbeck was adapted from a 1953 short story written by Dorothy M. Johnson. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, American western film, released in 1962, that was John Ford’s poetic and sombre look at the end of the Wild West era. We also use third-party cookies that help us analyze and understand how you use this website. Liberty is portrayed as being an almost mystic… Carey is perhaps best known today for playing the President of the Senate in the James Stewart-led Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, from 1939. Upon entering the territory as a young attorney, Ranse is beaten and robbed by Liberty Valance and his gang. The viewer also knows from the beginning that Ranse will get the girl and that Tom will end up alone. Despite a vast budget of over $2 million, and shooting in two formats – traditional 35 mm and 75 mm Grandeur film widescreen – the film failed at the box office, and Wayne spent much of the subsequent decade appearing in smaller roles and in B-movies. Otherwise we would have been in Monument Valley or Brackettville and we would have had color stock. Hallie responds enthusiastically: ‘If you knew how often I’d dreamed of it. It was also covered by the Australian rock band Regurgitator on its 1998 David/Bacharach tribute album To Hal and Bacharach. It remains to appreciate The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance through its complexities: its demonstrating of the irreconcilability of different truths; the inevitability of chance; and the nuanced, small but decisive ways in which societies and personal relations run their course. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. "[30], More recent assessments have been more uniformly positive. The Hanging Tree is by far the longest. Members of the Western Writers of America chose it as one of the top 100 Western songs of all time. "[16], Parts of the film were shot in Wildwood Regional Park in Thousand Oaks, California.[17][18]. As presented through another flashback within the flashback that frames the story, Tom tells Ranse it was he, Tom, who fired the fatal shot killing Valance, not Ranse. As Stoddard revives, weak and in a daze, he feels he has something he must do: he wants to arrest Valance and his men. This book is a collection of four short(ish) stories - The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, A Man Called Horse, Lost Sister and The Hanging Tree. The objections to his candidacy centre on his shooting of Valance: should a Congressman be one who takes the law into his own hands; ought the delegates send Stoddard ‘with bloodstained hands to walk the hallowed halls of government’? Stoddard realises himself that Valance may continue to define him: he says to Doniphon, ‘Isn’t it enough to kill a man without…without trying to build a life on it?’. Valance toys with Ranse, shooting him in the arm, and then aims to kill him, when Ranse fires his gun and Valance drops dead. Stewart replied, "It looks a bit Uncle Remussy to me." A train sounds in the distance. That statehood and the rule of law genuinely represent progress – in a positive, unsatirical sense of the term – is not significantly argued against. Ranse and Dutton Peabody, the local newspaper editor, are elected, despite Valance and his gang's attempt to bully the residents into nominating him in order to represent the cattle barons. The film was released April 18, 1962, and the song entered the Billboard Hot 100 the week ending April 28, 1962, peaking at number four in June. Now, I don't know if Mr. Stewart has a prejudice against Negroes, but I just wanted you all to know about it." Wayne and Carey would also work together and become close. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (/ˈvæləns/) is a 1962 American dramatic western film directed by John Ford and starring John Wayne and James Stewart. Capsule Movie Review: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019), Twin Peaks: The Return and the Left Eye of Nadine Hurley, An International Record of Women’s Suffrage, The Birds (1963): A Bird’s-Eye View of Bodega Bay. It is Stoddard’s response which comprises the remainder of the film, occurring in continuous flashback, recounting events which took place several decades before. [7] A more pragmatic interpretation cites the fact that Wayne and Stewart, two of Hollywood's biggest stars working together for the first time, were considerably older (54 and 53, respectively) than the characters they were playing. You taught her how to read and write – now give her something to read and right about’. Sergio Leone called The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance his favourite Ford film, remarking ‘it was the only film where he learned something about pessimism’. Ford admitted to wanting Wayne to be the lead; in an interview with Peter Bogdanovich, he stated that he tried to stress Hallie’s lasting attachment to Doniphon throughout the film in order to assert that character above Stewart’s Ranse Stoddard. Regardless, what we see in the convention and elsewhere renders it plausible that Stoddard’s career could have thrived without his reputation for shooting Valance. Stoddard recuperates and settles in to life in Shinbone, continuing to stay with Hallie and the Ericsons. "How rich did you get while Jimmy was risking his life?" He tosses down Aces and Eights - The infamous "Dead Man's Hand". "[9], Another condition imposed by the studio, according to Van Cleef, was that Wayne be cast as Doniphon. Only Harry Carey worked with the director more, serving twenty-five times as Ford’s lead, a fixture in that role in the first three years of Ford’s career from 1917 to 1919. Where the strands of culture entwine, Culturedarm brings together a diversity of music, literature, sport, food, television, and film. [32] Roger Ebert wrote that each of the 10 Ford/Wayne westerns is "... complete and self-contained in a way that approaches perfection", and singled out Liberty Valance as "the most pensive and thoughtful" of the group. [8] According to cinematographer William H. Clothier, however, "There was one reason and one reason only ... Paramount was cutting costs. Ford claimed to prefer that medium over color: "In black and white, you've got to be very careful. On the other hand, intellectually Stoddard is superior to his future wife, and it is arguable that he condescends to her at points: in his surprise at her inability to read and write, and again when he asks her if she has seen a ‘real’ rose. Yet the Star‘s editor throws everything Stoddard has just dictated into the furnace: he does not want its revelation. "He didn't want Duke [Wayne] to think he was doing him any favors," Van Cleef said. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Perhaps this is how Ford and Wayne would have seen the film; perhaps this is the reading Ford endeavoured to provide. Two of these four stories are taken from `Indian Country' (later published as `Man Called Horse'), a brilliant … The Burt Bacharach-Hal David song "(The Man Who Shot) Liberty Valance" became a top-10 hit for Gene Pitney. Tom also makes sure Ranse understands Hallie is Tom's girl by showing renovations to his ranch house are intended for his marriage to her. In 2007, the film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant."[3][4]. By clicking 'Accept' you consent to the use of cookies on this site. However, what we are shown during the convention challenges such a straightforward reading. Greatest Story Ever Told Green Berets, The Hatari! To view Doniphon as a forsaken hero, Stoddard as an impostor, is to limit the film’s scope; it would be for us to accept the legends of the West, and to some degree of Wayne and Ford, rather than facing the film’s particular set of facts. The climax of the film arrives with the convention for statehood and Stoddard’s nomination for Congress; which is entwined with the twist which reveals Doniphon, not Stoddard, as Liberty Valance’s killer. Story highlights Dorothy Marie Johnson yearned to break into the boy's club of Western story writers Her story "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance" was turned into a film with top Hollywood stars Greene: She knew how to draw readers into a tale and keep them hanging until the end. They were ranked as four of the top five stories of the 20th century by the Western Writers of America, with "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance" as number one. Nor is it sufficient to argue that the movie’s conflicts lack meaning because they lack resolution, or that they are the products of a sometimes confused film. ; at which he brutally whips him. Stoddard equates Doniphon’s   philosophy with the lawlessness which allows Valance to thrive; he argues vehemently, proclaiming ‘The law is the only…the only…’, but collapses to his bed before completing his sentence. At a saloon, Valance learns Ranse is waiting for him outside. Doniphon – calling Stoddard ‘Pilgrim’, an epithet which has become popularly associated with Wayne – is dismissive, telling Stoddard, ‘I know those law books mean a lot to you, but not out here. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance – starring James Stewart and John Wayne – is often considered the last great film John Ford directed, in a career that comprised around 140 films over a period of fifty years. [23], Contemporary reviews were generally positive, although a number of critics thought the final act was a letdown. The studio also specified that Wayne's name appear before Stewart's on theatre marquees, reportedly at Ford's request. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance is a 1962 Western in which a senator returns to a western town for the funeral of an old friend and tells the story of his origins.. Journey into the Wild West, 1890 in this classic story of good versus evil, law versus the gun, one man versus Liberty Valance. While the townspeople are initially wary, Peabody and Stoddard succeed in explaining the benefits statehood would bring the town. (Special Edition) Hellfighters, The High and the Mighty Hondo Horse Soldiers How The West Was Won In Harm's Way Island in the Sky Legend of the Lost Longest Day, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, The (Single) The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance/Donovan's Reef McLintock! Strode blamed Ford for nearly all the friction on the set. Tom is the only man who stands up to Valance, stating that force is all Valance understands. I for one am more interested in the seedy characters of Johnson than the pleasantries of James Stewart or the macho posturing of John Wayne. We flashback to Ranse's arrival in the town as a fresh-faced attorney as he tells the true story surrounding Valance's death. Stoddard blows out the match for his unlit pipe, and stares downward. [22], Liberty Valance was released in April 1962, and achieved both financial and critical success. There, Doniphon and Stoddard share a closer relationship, Doniphon proactively mentoring the younger and less experienced man. As he departs, he demands of Stoddard, ‘Go on back in there and take that nomination. Ranse returns to Hallie to treat his arm. `The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance' is a republication of some of the best stories of Dorothy Johnson, America's most unrecognized genius of short fiction. Hatari! He works washing dishes and waiting tables in their eatery, and establishes a daily school to teach the locals, including Hallie, how to read and write. Released in 1962, Ford would direct only four more feature-length pictures; including one more with his friend and longtime collaborator Wayne, in 1963’s Donovan’s Reef; and one more with Stewart, 1964’s Cheyenne Autumn. On the way, she points out that ‘the cactus rose is in blossom’. The belief that he shot and killed Valance – far from establishing his credentials – serves as the sole barrier to his nomination; allowing those opposing him to cast him as heedless and blood-stained. Out of these cookies, the cookies that are categorized as necessary are stored on your browser as they are essential for the working of basic functionalities of the website. The plot of The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance concerns the end of the Old West, as the society of a small rural town (in this case, the undistinguished town of ‘Shinbone’) transitions towards becoming part of a federal state. Valance and his gang vandalize Peabody's newspaper office and beat him nearly to death after Peabody ran a story about Valance's prior murder of some farmers. In The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, the newspaper editor says, "This is the West. At significant moments, the film’s score – otherwise composed by Cyril J. Mockridge – utilises a piece entitled ‘Ann Rutledge Theme’, originally composed by Alfred Newman for Ford’s 1939 film, Young Mr. Lincoln. Hallie is frequently Stoddard’s carer, for instance when he arrives in Shinbone after being beaten by Valance, and following the gunfight in which his right arm is injured. "[26], Richard L. Coe of The Washington Post called the film "a leisurely yarn boasting fine performances," but was bothered by "the incredulous fact that the lively townsfolk of Shinbone didn't polish off Valence [sic] for themselves. Tom sees how much the two care for each other, and he retreats to his farm in a drunken rage where he burns down his house. The film is considered one of Ford's best,[31] and in one poll, ranked with The Searchers and The Shootist as one of Wayne's best Westerns. Filming in black and white helped ease the suspension of disbelief necessary to accept that disparity. 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