This movie is considered to be the first significant American films about World War II to be released after the end of the war.
Despite being more than 80 years old, this one tells a timeless story of the price of success.
“Law is a lot more than words you put in a book, or judges or lawyers or sheriffs you hire to carry it out. It’s everything people ever have found out about justice and what’s right and wrong.” – Henry Fonda as Gil Carter
“I’ve been searching for a town like this for years. You know, when I got off that train this morning, I said to myself “This is it.”” – Jimmy Stewart as Rip Smith