The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
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So what's everyone take on this weekend.
I believe Chasing Liberty is the only film to be released at least moderately wide.
I know Mandy Moore can break 10 mil, but is 15 possible?
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For example, when Liberty comes after Ransom at a local restaurant, Tom inserts himself between Liberty and Ransom to avoid bloodshed.
John Wayne gives one of his better performances as Tom and calls James Stewart's Ransom "Pilgrim" throughout, and for his part, Stewart is stalwart and stubbornly-persistent as the lawyer who wants to get even with the dastardly Liberty Valence (Lee Marvin) who robbed and whipped him just outside of....
it is actually Wayne's character that shoots Liberty Valance, not Stewart's character.