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The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance 4K

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance 4K

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 Actors: John Wayne,James Stewart,Vera Miles,Lee Marvin,Edmond O'Brien,Andy Devine
Director: John Ford
Language:

ENGLISH: Dolby TrueHD 5.1
ENGLISH: Dolby Digital Mono
GERMAN: Dolby Digital Mono
SPANISH: Dolby Digital Mono
FRENCH: Dolby Digital Mono
ITALIAN: Dolby Digital Mono
JAPANESE: Dolby Digital Mono

Subtitles: English SDH, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, Danish, Finnish, Korean, Mandarin (Simplified), Norwegian, Polish, Swedish
Region: Untested
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
Number of Discs: 2 (Digital Copy)
Rating: Not Rated
Orig Release Date: 1962
Studio: Paramount
Release Date: 3/5/2024
Run Time: 123 Min.
Special Features:
  • Audio Commentary: Peter Bogdanovich speaks, and intermixed are his archival recordings with Director John Ford and Actor James Stewart. Despite the interweaving content (and divergent audio qualities) the track is very good, offering a blend of personal feelings and memories with more on-set insights into the production.
  • Filmmaker Focus: Leonard Maltin on The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1080p, 7:37): The acclaimed film historian and critic discusses Ford's career and personality, the film's history, shooting locations, additional crew, characters and story, cast and performances, original reception and legacy, and more.
  • Original Theatrical Trailer (1080p, 2:45).
  • Selected Scene Commentary with Intro by Dan Ford Along with His Archival Recordings with John Ford and Lee Marvin (1080p): The flowing scenes are commented upon: Stagecoach Holdup (3:10), Bringing Injured Ransom Back to Town (2:10), Showdown at Peter's Place (7:14), Town Meeting (8:17), Ransom Shoots Liberty (0:54), Who Really Shot Liberty Valance (1:31), and Leaving Shinbone (1:18). Stewart also comments.
  • The Size of Legends, the Soul of Myth (1080p): A multi-part feature that offers an exploration of the film.
    • Chapter 1: Changing of the Guard (2:54): An exploration of the history of the Western in culture and Hollywood's changing landscape.
    • Chapter 2: The Irascible Poet (4:43): A look at the original story that inspired the film and the differences between it and the film, Wayne's 10-picture deal with Paramount, John Ford's work on the production end, his drinking binges, and more.
    • Chapter 3: The Hero Doesn't Win, the Winner Isn't Heroic (10:41): A look at characters, the film's style and place in Ford's career, his shooting style, working in black and white, and more.
    • Chapter 4: Most Good Things Happen by Accident (13:55): John Ford's directorial style, Wayne's acting and career perspectives, Stewart's character, females in Ford films, and more.
    • Chapter 5: The Great Protector (5:19): Ford's personality and how it played into the making of the movie. Also: the Ford-Wayne relationship.
    • Chapter 6: Spotlight -- Lee Marvin (8:04): A look at the actor who plays Liberty Valance in this film and his work in this film.
    • Chapter 7: Print the Legend (5:58): Critical response to the film, Ford's relationship with critics, his perception overseas, and the film's ending.
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