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John Ford's 1946 Western My Darling Clementine, starring Henry Fonda as Wyatt Earp, comes to DVD from 20th Century Fox as part of the Studio Classics series. Presented with a standard full-frame transfer in the original black-and-white. The English-language soundtrack is offered in Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo. A mono soundtrack is available in English, Spanish, and French. Optional subtitles are accessible in English and Spanish. Wyatt Earp III contributes a feature-length audio commentary track. Other special ...
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John Ford's 1946 Western My Darling Clementine, starring Henry Fonda as Wyatt Earp, comes to DVD from 20th Century Fox as part of the Studio Classics series. Presented with a standard full-frame transfer in the original black-and-white. The English-language soundtrack is offered in Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo. A mono soundtrack is available in English, Spanish, and French. Optional subtitles are accessible in English and Spanish. Wyatt Earp III contributes a feature-length audio commentary track. Other special features include an alternate pre-release version of the movie and a behind-the-scenes featurette about the alternate version. This is a fine DVD release of a historically recognized film.
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Special Features

Commentary by Wyatt Earp III; Alternate pre-release version of movie; Behind-the-scenes featurette about alternate version
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Lucia Bozzola
Considered one of the greatest classical Westerns, John Ford's My Darling Clementine (1946) turns an idealized version of the Earp/Clanton shootout at the OK Corral into a story of how the West was won for the good of civilization. Shot on location in Monument Valley in crisp, deep-focus black-and-white, the film opens as Henry Fonda's upstanding yet slightly (and humorously) awkward Wyatt Earp arrives in Tombstone to settle a family score with the murderous Clantons, staying long enough to make the untamed town safe for the new church and schoolmarm-to-be Clementine and enable corrupt, tubercular Easterner Doc Holliday to find a bit of redemption. Yet even as Ford celebrates the possibilities of the new West, he also engages the post-war tendency for Westerns to examine their own myths: for instance, in the expressionistic photography and in Earp's contradictory place between civilization and the wilderness. He knows the way Tombstone ought to be, but he can't settle there himself; the final shootout begins as an orderly ritual but becomes a chaotic montage of death. The "director's cut" discovered in 1994 contains several minutes of excised footage; the ending was reportedly changed due to the reaction of a 1946 preview audience.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/6/2004
  • UPC: 024543103189
  • Original Release: 1946
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  • Source: 20th Century Fox
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Pre-1954 Standard (1.33.1)
  • Presentation: Black & White / Mono / Stereo
  • Sound: stereo, monaural
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:36:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Henry Fonda Wyatt Earp
Linda Darnell Chihuahua
Victor Mature Doc John Holliday
Jane Darwell Kate Nelson
Walter Brennan Old Man Clanton
Cathy Downs Clementine Carter
Ward Bond Morgan Earp
Francis Ford Dad
Don Garner James Earp
Ben Hall Barber
Tim Holt Virgil Earp
John Ireland Billy Clanton
Fred Libby Phin Clanton
John Farrell MacDonald Mac, the Bartender
Louis Mercier Francois
Alan Mowbray Granville Thorndyke
Roy Roberts Mayor
Mickey Simpson Sam Clanton
Russell Simpson John Simpson
Arthur Walsh Hotel Clerk
Grant Withers Ike Clanton
Aleth "Speed" Hansen Guitar Player-Townsman
Frances Rey Woman
Robert Adler Stagecoach Driver
Charles Anderson Townsman
Don Barclay Opera house owner
Frank Conlan Pianist
William B. Davidson Oriental saloon owner
Earl Foxe Gambler
Duke Lee Townsman
Mae Marsh Simpson's Sister
Margaret Martin Woman
Jack Pennick Stagecoach Driver
Charles Stevens Indian Troublemaker
Harry Woods Marshal Luke
Danny Borzage Accordionist
Technical Credits
John Ford Director
James Basevi Art Director
David Buttolph Score Composer
William Eckhardt Asst. Director
Samuel G. Engel Producer, Screenwriter
Eugene Grossman Sound/Sound Designer
Sam Hellman Original Story, Screenwriter
Roger Heman Sound/Sound Designer
Rene Hubert Costumes/Costume Designer
Thomas K. Little Set Decoration/Design
Joe MacDonald Cinematographer
Winston Miller Screenwriter
Cyril Mockridge Score Composer
Alfred Newman Musical Direction/Supervision
Ben Nye Sr. Makeup
Fred J. Rode Set Decoration/Design
Fred Sersen Special Effects
Dorothy Spencer Editor
Lyle Wheeler Art Director
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Scene Index

Side #1 -- My Darling Clementine: Pre-Release Version
1. Main Titles [2:14]
2. Rough-Looking Country [2:52]
3. The Earp Brothers [1:42]
4. Tombstone [2:36]
5. The Man From Dodge City [2:24]
6. Death in the Family [:38]
7. The New Marshal [:27]
8. Only 18 Years Old [1:58]
9. Ten Thousand Cattle Straying [3:20]
10. Eight-Handed Poker [2:43]
11. Doc Holliday [1:46]
12. Shakespeare in Tombstone [:28]
13. The Absent Actor [5:47]
14. Soliloquies for the Clantons [1:26]
15. Miss Carter [3:21]
16. Reunion [1:02]
17. A Troubled Man [4:01]
18. Sunday Morning [6:18]
19. Doc's Girl [:57]
20. If You Ask Me... [3:38]
21. The Marshal's Lady [5:21]
22. Good Advice [4:41]
23. The Pendant [2:19]
24. Going After Doc [2:03]
25. Chihuahua's Other Man [1:51]
26. The Operation [3:03]
27. The Clanton's Revenge [1:07]
28. Doctor Holiday [2:52]
29. A Family Affair [3:59]
30. Serving a Warrant [:42]
31. Gunfight at the O.K. Corral [2:13]
32. I Sure Like That Name [2:46]
Side #2 -- My Darling Clementine
1. Main Titles [2:14]
2. Rough-Looking Country [2:52]
3. The Earp Brothers [1:42]
4. Tombstone [2:36]
5. The Man From Dodge City [2:24]
6. Death in the Family [:38]
7. The New Marshal [:27]
8. Only 18 Years Old [1:58]
9. Ten Thousand Cattle Straying [3:20]
10. Eight-Handed Poker [2:43]
11. Doc Holliday [1:46]
12. Shakespeare in Tombstone [:28]
13. The Absent Actor [5:47]
14. Soliloquies for the Clantons [1:26]
15. Miss Carter [3:21]
16. Reunion [1:02]
17. A Troubled Man [4:01]
18. Sunday Morning [6:18]
19. Doc's Girl [:57]
20. If You Ask Me... [3:38]
21. The Marshal's Lady [5:21]
22. Good Advice [4:41]
23. The Pendant [2:19]
24. Going After Doc [2:03]
25. Chihuahua's Other Man [1:51]
26. The Operation [3:03]
27. The Clanton's Revenge [1:07]
28. Doctor Holiday [2:52]
29. A Family Affair [3:59]
30. Serving a Warrant [:42]
31. Gunfight at the O.K. Corral [2:13]
32. I Sure Like That Name [2:46]
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Side #1 -- My Darling Clementine: Pre-Release Version
   Play Pre-Release Version
   Language Selection
      Spoken Languages: English Mono
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Spanish
      Subtitles: None
   Scene Selection
   Special Features
      What is the Pre-Release Version?
      Still Gallery
Side #2 -- My Darling Clementine
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   Language Selection
      Spoken Languages: English Stereo
      Spoken Languages: English Mono
      Spoken Languages: French Mono
      Spoken Languages: Spanish Mono
      Commentary
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Spanish
      Subtitles: None
   Scene Selection
   Special Features
      Commentary by Scott Eyman and Wyatt Earp III
      Theatrical Trailer
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Poor history, but entertaining on its own

    If you don't think too deeply about the history of the Earps, the Clantons and the Gunfight at the OK Corral, this is a great John Ford Western; Fonda and Brennan in particular are marvellous to watch. But if you're looking for an accurate rendering of the Earp-Clanton-Behan factions and what really happened in 1881, check out the "Unsolved History" documentary or the Kurt Russell/Val Kilmer film "Tombstone."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Outstanding restoration & DVD! *************!

    Not only is the DVD outstanding, but the restoration of John Ford's classic western is phenominal. The documentary telling what all had to be done is outstanding, & one of the most interesting featurettes I've seen on a DVD. Regretfully, not everything Zanuck cut was restored, due to the fact Fox destroyed the first reel, but the restoration team did their best to restore this film to Ford's intentions, & to view the film closer to his view is fascinating. It's like taking a great work of art, & realizing that it was even intended to be even better.

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