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  1. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (/ ˈ v æ l ə n s /) is a 1962 American Western film directed by John Ford and starring John Wayne and James Stewart. The screenplay by James Warner Bellah and Willis Goldbeck was adapted from a 1953 short story written by Dorothy M. Johnson.

  2. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (en Hispanoamérica, Un tiro en la noche; en España, El hombre que mató a Liberty Valance) es una película estadounidense dirigida por John Ford y estrenada en 1962, en la que John Wayne y James Stewart son los protagonistas.

  3. Based on a short story by Dorothy M. Johnson, THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE tells the story of Ransom Stoddard, an eastern attorney who has the misfortune to be victimized by notorious outlaw Liberty Valance during a stagecoach robbery.

    • (83K)
    • Drama, Western
    • John Ford
    • 1962-04-22
  4. El hombre que mató a Liberty Valance es una película dirigida por John Ford con John Wayne, James Stewart, Vera Miles, Lee Marvin .... Año: 1962. Título original: The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance. Sinopsis: Ransom Stoddard (James Stewart), anciano senador del Congreso de los Estados Unidos, explica a un periodista por qué ha viajado con su ...

    • Estados Unidos
    • William H. Clothier (B&W)
    • John Ford
  5. Featuring a trio of classic leading men and a rich story captured by a director at the peak of his craft, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance is one of the finest Westerns ever filmed.

    • (55)
    • James Stewart
    • John Ford
    • Western
  6. Sinopsis. Cuando el senador Ransom Stoddard (James Stewart, 'Historias de Filadelfia') acude junto a su mujer al funeral de uno de sus amigos más cercanos en el pequeño poblado de Shinbone, un...

  7. As the film opens, U. S. Senator Ransom Stoddard ( James Stewart) arrives in Shinbone by the new railroad with his wife Hallie ( Vera Miles) to attend the funeral of a man named Tom Doniphon (John Wayne). The corpse is being held in a plain pine box, and when he views it Stoddard is angered to see the boots have been stolen.