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John Ford

Name at birth: John Martin FeeneyJohn Ford is one of the most celebrated filmmakers in history, the director of American westerns such as Stagecoach (1939, the movie that made John Wayne a star), She…

John Ford Biography

John Ford(Sean Aloysius O'Feeney)directorBorn: 2/1/1895Birthplace: Cape Elizabeth, Maine Academy Award-winning director known for his visually striking, well-acted movies, notably Westerns, that…

John Ford HOUSE, Congress, TN (1827-1904)

HOUSE, John Ford, a Representative from Tennessee; was born near Franklin, Williamson County, Tenn., on January 9, 1827; attended the local academy and the Transylvania University, Lexington,…

Gifford, William

(Encyclopedia) Gifford, William, 1756–1826, English journalist and critic. He was editor (1797–98) of the Anti-Jacobin and first editor (1809–24) of the archconservative…

Monument Valley

(Encyclopedia) Monument Valley, scenic arid region, c.2,000 sq mi (5,000 sq km), SE Utah and NE Ariz. Located in the Navajo Indian Reservation, Monument Valley is not a true valley but…

Patricia Ford Biography

Patricia FordmodelBorn: 3/17/1969Birthplace: Hawaii A popular model on her way to achieving supermodel status, she was chosen in 1996 as Playboy's reader's choice for Super Lingerie. John…

Stagecoach <span class="date" >(1939)</span>

Director: John FordCast: John Wayne, John Carradine and Thomas Mitchell This revolutionary Wayne cowboy adventure downplays elements typical of the genre and instead focuses on carefully…

Irish Movies: The Quiet Man (1952)

Introduction 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Next by Beth Rowen The Quiet Man (1952) John Ford digresses from his dusty trademark…