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The Quiet Man


John Wayne, Maureen O'Hara, Victor McLaglen, Barry Fitzgerald View All


John Ford (Director), John Ford (Writer), Frank S. Nugent (Screenplay), Maurice Walsh (Story) View All

Release: Jul. 21st, 1952
Runtime: 2 hours, 9 minutes
An American man returns to the village of his birth in Ireland, where he finds love and conflict.
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mark f
I often wonder though if it was ever actually written down into script form or if John Ford just came up with the idea to film the ending on location at the spur of the moment utilizing the enormous cast.
Thus begins a drawn-out conflict between Wayne and McLaglen as they both struggle to achieve their desired goals - Wayne wants a quiet country life with O'Hara that is free of disturbances, while McLaglen wants nothing more than to "win" over Wayne by any means necessary.