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The Ox-Bow Incident is a 1943 American Western film directed by William A. Wellman, starring Henry Fonda, Dana Andrews and Mary Beth Hughes, with Anthony Quinn, William Eythe, Harry Morgan and Jane Darwell. Two cowboys arrive in a Western town, when news arrives that a local rancher has been murdered and his cattle stolen.
The Ox-Bow Incident 1942 Passed 1 h 15 m IMDb RATING 8.0 /10 23K YOUR RATING Rate Play trailer 2:13 1 Video 65 Photos Drama Western When a posse captures three men suspected of killing a local farmer, they become strongly divided over whether or not to lynch the men. Director William A. Wellman Writers Lamar Trotti (written for the screen by)
- William A. Wellman
- Drama, Western
The Ox-Bow Incident The Ox-Bow Incident (en Argentina llevó por título Conciencias muertas, y en otros países El incidente Ox-Bow) es una película estadounidense de 1943 del género western, dirigida por William A. Wellman y protagonizada por Henry Fonda, Dana Andrews, Mary Beth Hughes, Anthony Quinn, William Eythe, Harry Morgan y Jane Darwell.
Set in 1885, The Ox-Bow Incident is a searing and realistic portrait of frontier life and mob violence in the American West. First published in 1940, it focuses on the lynching of three innocent men and the tragedy that ensues when law and order are abandoned.
The Ox-Bow Incident is a 1940 western novel by Walter Van Tilburg Clark in which two local cattlemen are drawn into a lynch mob to find and hang three men presumed to be rustlers and the killers of a local man. It was Clark's first published novel. In 1943, the novel was adapted into an Academy Award–nominated movie of the same name, directed by Wi...
The Ox-Bow Incident takes place in 1885, and begins with two cowboys, Art Croft and Gil Carter, riding into the town of Bridger's Wells. They go into Canby's Saloon and find the atmosphere is tense, partly due to recent incidents of cattle rustling. News is brought that a local named Kinkaid has been murdered and a large number of cattle have been ...
Clifton Fadiman wrote an introduction to the Readers Club edition in which he called it a "mature, unpitying examination of what causes men to love violence and to transgress justice," and "the best novel of its year".
The novel was adapted in 1943 into a movie of the same name, directed by William A. Wellman and starring Henry Fonda and Harry Morgan. The book was adapted in 1976 into a theatrical stage version by actor Jim Beaver. An abridged version of the book was released as a recording by Caedmon Records in 1979, narrated by Henry Fonda. It was nominated for...
- Walter Van Tilburg Clark
The Ox-Bow Incident could not be more relevant today, as we see our society riven by tribalism, groupthink, orthodoxy, and violence. We saw it as a mob stormed the U.S. Capitol Building in 2021. We see it on the streets of Portland, Charlottesville, and Seattle.