Rio Grande

Release Date: 05 June 2006 | Certificate: Universal, suitable for all
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In RIO GRANDE, the last part of John Fords classic Cavalry Trilogy, John Wayne stars as Kirby York, a colonel at an army outpost along the U.S. Mexico border where the Apache are always a problem. When his son, Jeff (Claude Jarman Jr.), whom he hasnt seen in more than a decade, arrives at the fort after flunking out of West Point, Yorke treats him coldly, warning the young man not to expect preferential treatment, which Jeff assures him he doesnt want. Yorkes ex-wife, Kathleen (Maureen OHara), appears, intending to persuade Jeff to leave the army. Yorke refuses to do the necessary paperwork to release his son, a decision seconded by Jeff, who has begun to adapt to army life--and before Kathleen can regroup for another attempt, the fort is attacked by the Apache. The making of RIO GRANDE was mandated by producer Herbert Yates, who would agree to finance the directors THE QUIET MAN only if Ford first made a Western, as insurance, with that films proposed leading actors. Ford continues the series realistic depiction of the rigors of life on a cavalry post in the late-19th-Century Southwest, and members of the directors stock company most notably Victor McLaglen, Harry Carey Jr., and Ben Johnson acquit themselves admirably.
Release Date: 05 June 2006
Certificate: U - Universal - Suitable for all
Directed by: John Ford

Region 2
Running Time: 105 minutes
Production Year: 1950
Main Language: English

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