|Release Date : January 27, 1939|
Genres: Western, Drama
Duration: 1h 46m
|Produced by||Darryl F. Zanuck, Nunnally Johnson|
|Stars||Tryrone Power, Henry Fonda, Nancy Kelly, Randolph Scott|
|Cinematography||George Barnes, W. Howard Greene|
|Edited by||Barbara McLean|
|Music by||Louis Silvers|
|Production Design by|
|Production companies||20th Century Fox|
Major Rufus Cobb: [standing over Mrs. Samuel’s body] There’s no use. She’s dead. This is bad! Mighty bad! I’m sure sorry!
Barshee: Well, I’m sorry too!
Major Rufus Cobb: Oh, I wasn’t talking about her. She’s gone. It’s you I’m sorry fer.
What is it about
Railroad agents evict the James brothers from their farm and kill their mother. In order to avenge their mother’s death, Jesse and Frank set out to rob banks and trains.
A good watch for old movie lovers, especially for the western aficionados. Probably one of the first outlaw films, a wronged common man forced to take law in his own hands.
Management Concepts/ Lessons/ References
Nobody is a villain in their own story. We’re all the heroes of our own stories.–George R. R. Martin