TCM Video Podcast, March 2011: Week One
TCM's Scott McGee and Shannon Clute share the movie they will co-host with Robert Osborne as part of TCM's Employee Picks Festival, this month on TCM. Their selections: John Ford's epic The Searchers, 1956 and Jules Dassin's groundbreaking crime drama Rififi, 1954.
Searchers, The - (Original Trailer)
An Indian-hating Civil War veteran tracks down the tribe that slaughtered his family and kidnapped his niece in director John Ford's masterpiece, The Searchers, starring John Wayne, Jeffrey Hunter and Natalie Wood.
Searchers, The (1956) -- (Movie Clip) My, The Days Are Getting Shorter
Piercing scream from Lucy (Pippa Scott) confirms director John Ford has moved into horror movie territory, as the Edwards family (Walter Coy, Dorotny Jordan, Robert Lyden, and Lana Wood, young sister of Natalie) detects the arrival of the raiding party in The Searchers, 1956.
Searchers, The (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Unsurrounded
Pictorial high point from director John Ford as Ethan (John Wayne) and Reverend Clayton (Ward Bond) lead their posse away from the Comanche raid party led by Scar (Henry Brandon) in The Searchers, 1956.
Searchers, The (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Let's Go Home
Significant SPOILER here in a landmark picture, Natalie Wood as the mature Debbie is rescued from five years captivity by her adoptive brother Marty (Jeffrey Hunter) from the Comanche chief Scar (Henry Brandon), as his partner Ethan (John Wayne), leading an attack with Rev. Clayton (Ward Bond), appears determined to execute her, in John Fords The Searchers, 1956.
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Searchers, The (1956) -- (Movie Clip) We've Seen Scalps Before
Big reveal here as Mexican trader Figueroa (Antonio Moreno) leads the title characters (John Wayne, Jeffrey Hunter as Ethan and Martin) to meet Comanche chief Scar (Henry Brandon), who is suspected of holding kidnapped Debbie (whos grown up to be Natalie Wood), and who brandishes a medal long ago given to the girl, in John Fords celebrated Western The Searchers, 1956.
Searchers, The (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Texas, 1868
The locale already established, director John Ford positions his star (John Wayne as Confederate veteran Ethan Edwards) among the landmarks in Monument Valley, with his quasi-family, Dorothy Jordan, Walter Coy, Lana Wood, Robert Lyden, Pippa Scott and Jefrrey Hunter, opening The Searchers, 1956.
Searchers, The (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Can't Enter The Spirit World
Posse led by reverend Clayton (Ward Bond) comes upon a casualty from the Comanche band they're tracking, Nesby (Bill Steele) worrying, Jorgensen (Harry Carey Jr.) vengeful, Ethan (John Wayne) pushing Martin (Jeffrey Hunter) and everyone else around, in John Ford's The Searchers, 1956.