Shenandoah | Chicago Reader


This 1965 drama is often cited as the definitive James Stewart performance, though it turns out to be rather one-note and sentimental—the antithesis of his nervous, complex performances for Mann and Hitchcock in the 50s. He plays a farmer dragged into the Civil War when it begins to encroach on his land and family. Andrew V. McLaglen directed, with the model of John Ford clearly in mind (he's the son of Victor McLaglen, a Ford regular). With Rosemary Forsyth, Doug McClure, and Glenn Corbett.


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