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Stage Coach is a film from 1939 in the western genre John Ford was the director and I noticed in the beginning credits his name was in huge bold letters bigger than anyone elses I enjoyed the film because it was fast and had a lot of action throughout the movie As being apart on the western genre it had all of the typical aspects most westerns do It had a drunk character the good guy sheriff who is out to catch the bad guy and the normal western music and setting Other parts and characters included gambling bar scenes where no one paid for a drink and the bartender would serve a bottle of whiskey some sort of Spanish character and a big shoot out at the end The shoot out was between Ringo who was the bad guy against three brothers who had killed Ringos brother Through out the film Ringo was portrayed as the bad guy However going into the final shoot out I found myself hoping that he came out on top as he did He then found the girl and rode off together at the sheriffs will John Fords directing was excellent He used mostly natural lighting filming a large portion of the scenes outdoors in a desert This made the film seem more realistic but at times seem as if it were in a studio The land was so flat that it seemed like it was a studio One shot that caught my eye was during the chase between the Indians and the stage coach It was a very low shot and you could see the horses legs running It looked like an extremely hard shot to pull off especially with the technology back then There were also close up shots from inside the stage coach These shots were generally low shots showing that the stage coach was crammed while also getting a view of the wide open western
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