Shane (1953) - (Movie Clip) I'd Like It To Be My Idea
Following credits framed on the Wyoming plains, director George Stevens introduces young Joey (Brandon De Wilde) as the title character (Alan Ladd) rides in, his dad (Van Heflin) cautious and mother (Jean Arthur) intrigued, in the landmark Western Shane, 1953, from journalist Jack Schaefer's debut novel.
Shane (1953) -- (Movie Clip) A Gun Is A Tool
Possibly the most shocking scene from director George Stevens, Joey (Brandon De Wilde) finally get his wish as Alan Ladd (title character) opens up about guns, mom Marian (Jean Arthur) not incidentally in her wedding dress, in Shane, 1953.
Shane (1953) -- (Movie Clip) The Sovereign State Of Alabama
From director George Stevens, a key scene featuring none of his principals, merchant Grafton (Paul McVey) greets farmer Torrey (Elisha Cook Jr.), summoning courage before ranchers (Emile Meyer, John Dierkes) and their new hired gun (Jack Palance), marking Independence Day, in Shane, 1953.
Shane (1953) -- (Movie Clip) The Smell Of Pigs
Stranger Alan Ladd (title character) deliberately accepting his position as a farm hand, director George Stevens' first visit to the Wyoming supply store, Grafton (Paul McVey) and Fred (Edgar Buchanan) welcoming, cowhand Chris (Ben Johnson) not so much, in Shane, 1953.
Shane (1953) -- (Movie Clip) He's A Fine Man
Back at the Wyoming homestead after their brawl with a band of greedy ranchers, Starrett (Van Heflin) and his hired man (Alan Ladd, title character), tended by the Mrs. (Jean Arthur), son Joey (Brandon De Wilde) ecstatic, an intimate scene from director George Stevens, in Shane, 1953.