James Stewart … The Man from Laramie


I can’t say where the The Man from Laramie would place on most
Western fan lists, but because of the impact it had on me I place it high.
It is a good Western and I would guess that most Western fans
would watch it more than once. Would I call it a Classic?
Yeah … I think I would.

Official Trailer:

Ineternet Movie Database sez “7.3” outta 10.
“100 %!!! Viewers agree with me. It’s Classic!

James Stewart stated that of all the westerns he made this one was his personal favorite. – IMDB Trivia

James Stewart and Anthony Mann collaborated on five Westerns:
Winchester ’73 (1950), Bend of the River (1952). The Naked Spur (1953). The Far Country (1954), and The Man from Laramie (1955).

Dragged through the campire.
A scene you’d only want to shoot once.

Acting. It’s easy.

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

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4 thoughts on “James Stewart … The Man from Laramie”

  1. Every collaboration between actor James Stewart and director Anthony Mann was cinematic gold 🙂 All of their westerns are great, but The Man from Laramie may be my personal favorite 🙂

  2. Hey JC

    Think there will come a day when some Westerns are banned because of PC? I even wonder if some aren’t already?

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