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    Relevance of the scene not yet clear, as John Ford introduces Ward Bond, credited as “El Gringo,” a fugitive too, but not the priest title-character (Henry Fonda), arriving at a Mexican port, shot on location, in the Hollywood version of Graham Greene’s novel, The Fugitive, 1947.

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