See how one movie changed an entire genre for the better.
“Never apologize. It’s a sign of weakness.” – John Wayne as Captain Nathan Brittles
“I ain’t gonna kill you. I hope you live a hundred years… so you’ll feel just a little what my pa’s gonna feel.” – Henry Fonda as Wyatt Earp
“I been thinking about us, too, about our people living like pigs and good rich land layin’ fallow. Or maybe one guy with a million acres and a hundred thousand farmers starvin’. And I been wonderin’ if all our folks got together and yelled…” – Henry Fonda as Tom Joad
“I don’t believe in surrenders. Nope, I’ve still got my saber, Reverend. Didn’t beat it into no plowshare, neither.” – John Wayne as Ethan Edwards
“You know, sometimes it takes a lot more courage to live than it does to die.” – Jimmy Stewart as Marshal Guthrie McCabe
A smaller role from Stewart in a massive epic by John Ford.
When he directed How Green Was My Valley in 1941, John Ford earned his third Best Director Oscar.