Two Rode Together

1961

Western /

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IMDb Rating 6.8

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Reviewed by bkoganbing 8/10

I saw this film first in 1961 at the Riviera Theatre in Rochester, NewYork with my cousins and I loved it. I found out later that John Fordin his cantankerous dotage dismissed all of the work he did after Wingsof Eagles as junk.<br><br>Well second rate John Ford is far better than first rate from 90% ofdirectors. The film hasn&#x27;t lost any charm for me even after 44 years.<br><br>Army Lieutenant Richard Widmark takes a patrol into Tascosa to fetchMarshal James Stewart back to the fort where Commandant John McIntirehas an assignment for Stewart. It&#x27;s to negotiate with Comanche ChiefQuannah Parker for the return of white captives taken during the Indianwars. The rest of the film is what happens to both our leads duringthat mission and after.<br><br>To watch the chemistry between Stewart and Widmark is something tobehold. There is a scene at the beginning of the film during the rideback to the fort where Stewart and Widmark sit on the bank of a streamwhile the horses are being watered. Ford has them engage in somebantering dialog where the characters are established. In the hands ofthese two consummate professional actors, the scene almost takes on asublime quality. It&#x27;s my favorite scene in the film.<br><br>As usual Ford rounds out his cast with a lot of his stock company. Ihave to single out Willis Bouchey. He plays Henry J. Wringle in thisfilm who is along on this trip very reluctantly. He has the second bestscene in the film with Stewart as he makes Stewart an offer that he&#x27;llpay him a thousand dollars to bring back any white captive around theage of his wife&#x27;s son by her first husband. This is so he can get backto his business. Stewart&#x27;s reactions to this offer are also somethingto behold. Willis Bouchey did so well in so many of Ford&#x27;s later films,but here and in The Horse Soldiers I think his career peaked.<br><br>Second rate Ford is still good enough for me.

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Reviewed by Tom Martin 7/10

This is not your typical John Ford Western. The usual cast of Fordcharacters is on hand. Henry Brandon reprises his role as the Comanchechief Scar, which he played so well in the &quot;Searchers&quot;. This time he playsa more sympathetic role as the real life Comanche chief Quanah Parker. Theevil Clegg clan from &quot;Wagonmaster&quot; is also on hand. They are not quite asevil this time around. The Comanches are played by the usual Navajosrecruited for countless Ford Westerns. The awesome arid scenery of MonumentValley has been appropriately replaced by rolling grass covered plainscountry.<br><br>The two protagonists in the film are played by James Stewart and RichardWidmark. Stewart plays a gunfighter serving as sheriff of the Texas townofTascosa. Widmark is the cavalry officer who summons him to Fort Grant torescue Comanche captives. They ride together on this mission, which isrelegated to a small part in the plot. Although they are friends, theirpartnership is uneasy from the start. Stewart is going on the mission formoney. Widmark is ordered by the colonel (played by John McIntyre) to go.The tension between the two leads at one point to Stewart drawing, but notfiring, his gun.<br><br>This film contains elements of &quot;The Searchers&quot;. Like the other film thetheme is captivity by the Indians. Just as in &quot;The Searchers&quot; captivity isviewed as degrading. Linda Cristal plays the captive in this film. &quot;I amnot worth fighting for&quot;, she says. Ford goes one step further here.Captivity by the Indians is depicted as extremely arduous. Theprotagonistsfind few living captives to rescue. The captives they do find are shown asprematurely old and savage. Cristal is an exception. Although she hasbeena wife to the Comanche chief Stone Calf for five years, she retainssomething of her aristocratic Mexican upbringing. Perhaps her strongCatholic faith enabled her to avoid the complete degradation typical ofcaptives. Like Debbie in &quot;The Searchers&quot;, she has the prospect forredemption. In &quot;The Searchers&quot; it is the strength of the family whichprovides redemption. Here it is a stagecoach to a new life inCalifornia.<br><br>The pace in this film differs from many Ford films. There is only oneaction scene. Much of the film is spent in quiet moments. In the openingscene McCabe (Stewart) is relaxing on the porch of the saloon. It isobvious that he has his law enforcement duties well in hand. In anotherscene he and Lieutenant Gary (Widmark) are resting on the banks of a river.There is also a significant interlude as the wagon train camps at OakCreek.There is also a dance at the fort. At the end of the film McCabe returnsto Tascosa to find someone else relaxing in his place.<br><br>McCabe is an interesting character. His ethics are questionable. He owns10% of everything in Tascosa, he says. He'll do almost anything for money.He makes it clear to the colonel that he figures that each captive hebringsback is worth $500. He then makes a deal with Henry J. Wringle (played byWillis Bouchey) to bring back a boy, any boy, for $1000. Wringle wants toget on with his business and can't afford to waste more time looking forhiswife's son. McCabe is more than happy to oblige him, bringing back a boywhose savagery is unquestioned.<br><br>In the end there is redemption for both Stewart and Cristal. Both of theircharacters are interesting and well acted. It is a pity that so many othercharacters in this movie are wasted. Woody Strode's part as Stone Calf isparticularly disappointing. The script gives him very little to say anddo.He is around only long enough to go against Stewart in the film's onlyaction sequence. Andy Devine provides much of the film's humor, but is notreally credible as what McCabe calls &quot;that hippopotamus of asergeant&quot;.<br><br>I wish the film had spent more time focusing on Stewart and Widmark'smission to the Comanche camp as the film's title suggests. Unfortunately,it's only a footnote. Despite the flaws, the leisurely pace and Stewart'sportrayal of the amoral McCabe make this film a treat.

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Reviewed by trpdean 9/10

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