The Ox-Bow Incident 1943
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Brand New 4K Restoration! Gil Carter (Henry Fonda, My Darling Clementine) and Art Croft (Henry Morgan, Dragnet) ride into a town frustrated by the prevalence of cattle rustlers. Suddenly, word comes that a popular rancher has been murdered, which puts the already enraged town over the edge. When the spiteful mayor forms a posse, Gil and Croft are swept up in their mission - to seek vengeance - even upon those innocent of any wrongdoing. As it becomes clear that bloodlust may win out over rationality, the tension mounts in this masterpiece with its timeless message about the dangers of mob mentality. The great William Wellman (Yellow Sky) directed this classic western, which was nominated for a Best Picture Academy Award® and featured a stellar cast that includes Dana Andrews (Boomerang) and Anthony Quinn (Across 110th Street).
Bonus Features: Audio Commentary by Western Scholar Dick Eulain and William Wellman Jr. | Henry Fonda: Hollywood's Quiet Hero" as seen on Biography on the A&E Network | Restoration Comparison | Trailer Gallery
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produced. I think I remember that it went straight to television
about five years later. The subject was thought to be too contro-
versial for Americans to watch, at the time of production, 1943 .
Given the films that are released as "normal fare" today, this is
no longer controversial -- or particularly hard to watch.
A great Henry Fonda vehicle, with a very good Anthony Quinn
performance. This is a must own film, as part of a pair, along
with "12 Angry Men"
A&E Biography: "Henry Fonda - Hollywood's Quiet Hero"
Also Recommended: "JESSE JAMES" (1939), "THE GRAPES OF WRATH" (1940), "THE RETURN OF FRANK JAMES" (1940), "MY DARLING CLEMENTINE" (1946), "THE LONGEST DAY" (1962)
THIS REVIEW IS DEDICATED TO ANYONE, LIVING OR DEAD, INVOLVED IN THE MAKING OF "THE OX-BOW INCIDENT".
Other reviewers have told you the plot, so I'll save it and just say this movie is a Must See.