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Shenandoah

Shenandoah(1965)

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  • A Powerful Underrated Film

    • David H.
    • 1/29/17

    "Shenandoah" is a powerful drama about the impact of war on a family. James Stewart gives the best performance of his later career as the patriarch of a Virginia family drawn into the Civil War. Rosemary Forsyth and Doug McClure are outstanding his daughter and son-in-law while Phillip Alford reprises his fine work from "To Kill A Mockingbird" as his youngest son who becomes a prisoner-of-war. A young Katharine Ross makes her film debut and the rest of the supporting cast is first-rate. Andrew V. McLaglen, son of the actor Victor, apprenticed with Hollywood legends John Ford and William Wellman, and in this film their influence is most definitely there. I think this underrated movie is one of the best anti-war films ever made.

  • shanandoah

    • dan c
    • 3/27/10

    when the boy comes limping into the country church at the end i dare the most stoic person to resist a tear

  • 1 of my favorite movies (& I've seen thousands!!)

    • Krysta
    • 7/13/09

    This movie deeply moved my when I saw it. The whole story & acting touched me. AND JIMMY STEWART!!! My favorite actor... he gave a MARVELOUS performance! All I can say is SEE IT. Simply a wonderful, warm movie that tugs at your heart-strings.

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