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Setting this new version in a combustible situation that pits a police force pushed to its limits against the the crack cocaine epidemic certainly gives the remake that opportunity.We’ll see what Taylor creates here and if he can ask new questions of the audience in our currently fluid moral society.A select few of these even became classics by breaking the clichéd rules of the genre and confronting viewers with uncomfortable moral quandaries.One of these classics is John Ford‘s 1962 film and with some mysterious help from Wayne’s veteran gunslinger Tom Doniphon, rids the town of Marvin’s Liberty Valance.
It's true that a man like myself does not know after this movie--this may be the last movie I ever do in my life. Age is as much an asset for character players as it is for good wine.
There were well-meaning cops, but it was also the era of the Dirty Thirty scandal at a Harlem precinct house, which made it like the Wild West with some outlaw cops and street violence and corruption.” from a young lawyer to a young policeman trying to help his community certainly presents some interesting, topical avenues to explore.
Will he have to make a questionable moral choice that echoes Stewart’s decision in the original?
He was hired as a swimming extra in films between 19m including The Damned Don't Cry (1950).
Appeared in six movies with John Wayne: The Horse Soldiers (1959), The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962), Mc Lintock! Feigelson on dialog in the screenplay for the cult film Dark Night of the Scarecrow (1981).