Shenandoah - (Original Trailer)
James Stewart is a Virginia farmer who refuses to take sides in the Civil War even as it rages around him in Shenandoah (1965).
Shenandoah (1965) -- (Movie Clip) A Horrible Thing To Behold
His youngest son taken prisoner as a (wrongly) suspected Confederate, neutral Virginia farmer Charlie (James Stewart) consults with his eldest son (Glenn Corbett) about rescue options, then visits with his daughter-in-law (Katharine Ross) and his first grandchild, Andrew V. McLaglen directing, in Shenandoah< 1965.
Shenandoah (1965) -- (Movie Clip) A Lot Of Noisy Silence
Exposition, introducing the cast, during the Civil War, James Stewart as farmer and father Charlie Anderson addresses his sons, Philip Alford entering, then Glenn Corbett, James McMullan, Patrick Wayne (Dukes son), Charles Robinson, and Tim McIntire, his daughter (Rosemary Forsyth) and daughter-in-law (Katharine Ross) silent, early in Shenandoah, 1965.
Shenandoah (1965) -- (Movie Clip) These Are My Sons
A more explicit expression by James Stewart, as Virginia farmer Charlie Anderson, maintaining firm neutrality during the Civil War, just barely civil toward a Confederate officer (Tom Simcox) out to recruit his sons (Glenn Corbett, Patrick Wayne, James McMullan) et al, in Shenandoah, 1965.
Shenandoah (1965) -- (Movie Clip) Women Are Like That
Virginia widower farmer Charlie Anderson (James Stewart), abstaining from the Civil War, relates to his soon-to-be son-in-law, Confederate recruit Sam (Doug McClure), while the bride (Rosemary Forsyth), attempts to understand her sister-in-law (Katharine Ross), in Shenandoah, 1965, from James Lee Barretts original screenplay.