My Darling Clementine Essay

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My Darling Clementine My Darling Clementine (1946), is a Western style of retelling story within shoot-outing at OK Corral. It was directed by John Ford and based on a classic book by Stuart N. Lake. It was transformed from a story by Sam Hellman and it was turned into a screenplay by Samuel G. Engel (also; producer) and Winston Miller. Also, Cyril J. Mockridge made music of the movie. Joseph MacDonald was director of photography and finally, Dorothy Spencer was editor of the movie. (IMDb) Stars; leading roles: Henry Fonda as Wyatt Earp, Linda Darnell as Chihuahua, Victor Mature as Doc Holliday and Cathy Downs as Clementine Carter. (IMDb) Wyatt Earp and his brothers move
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Moreover, as a syntactic part, we find good girls, scanning from the society. There is in general challenge between norms of good girls and bad girls according to understand establishment of the code of the West. This code is a creation of Civil War and it leads to create a language as ‘Western narrative’. …show more content…
In reality, this films aim is show its audience what kind of country should they be in a clear way. Particularly the dancing scene of Sheriff Wyatt and Clementine is an under message of the new church. Also we see a strong couple figure that creates perfection image for the community. Especially dancing scene is the most important scene for creating a bond between spectators and characters. We can easily see that a western characters bonding with eastern character. They walk side by side together like a wedding ceremony. It gives us an idea about what ideal is/should

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