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Shane

Shane

Shane is a classic Western film that was released in 1953. It was directed by George Stevens and is based on the novel of the same name by Jack Schaefer. This iconic movie is known for its stunning cinematography and powerful performances that have made it a beloved film for generations.

The lead role of Shane was played by the talented Alan Ladd, who brought depth and charisma to the character. Ladd's portrayal of Shane, a mysterious drifter with a dark past, captivated audiences and solidified him as a Hollywood legend. He was joined by Jean Arthur, who played Marian Starrett, a strong-willed homesteader's wife caught in a conflict between her husband and the ruthless cattle baron, Rufus Ryker, portrayed by Emile Meyer.

The cast also included Van Heflin as Joe Starrett, Marian's husband and the moral center of the film. Heflin's performance showcased his versatility as an actor, embodying a character torn between his principles and the violent realities of the West. Additionally, Brandon de Wilde stole hearts as young Joey Starrett, providing a sense of innocence and vulnerability in the midst of the unfolding drama.

The film beautifully depicts the struggle between homesteaders and ranchers, highlighting the challenges faced by those trying to build a life in the untamed American West. Shane, who possesses remarkable skills with a six-shooter, becomes entangled in this conflict when he befriends the Starretts and takes it upon himself to protect them from Ryker and his henchmen.

The themes in Shane resonate with audiences to this day. It explores the dichotomy of violence and heroism, as Shane grapples with his own demons while striving to protect those he cares about. The film's breathtaking landscapes and gripping action sequences, coupled with its exploration of morality and the human condition, make it a truly timeless piece of cinema.

In addition to the compelling narrative, the movie's score plays a significant role in setting the atmosphere and enhancing the emotional impact of each scene. The hauntingly beautiful music was composed by Victor Young, earning him an Academy Award nomination. From the iconic opening notes to the climactic moments of the film, Young's score adds resonance and depth to Shane's themes and memorable moments.

If you are a fan of Western films or simply appreciate classic cinema, Shane is a must-watch. The performances, story, and overall production values make it a true gem of its genre. You can experience the riveting tale of Shane and the American West by playing and downloading the movie here.

Whether you're drawn to the romance of a bygone era or crave a captivating, action-packed story, Shane has something to offer. It continues to be hailed as one of the greatest Westerns ever made and has left an indelible mark on the cinematic landscape. So don't miss out on the chance to immerse yourself in this masterpiece of American cinema. Play and download the sounds of Shane today for an unforgettable experience.

A gun is a tool, Marian.
A gun's as good or as bad
A gunfighter out of Cheyenne named Wilson.
A homesteader, he can't run but a few beef,
A hothead.
A jug. It's the 4th.
A man has to be what he is, Joey.
A place where people can come
A real get together.
A silly kind of a pride.
A sodbuster tried to kill Wilson.
A sodbuster tried to pull on Wilson.
A stranger, decked out like a gunfighter.
A whole bunch came in.
Aah!
Afraid not, Joey.
After all, there's just so many hands in a deck of cards.
Ahem.
Ain't a marshal within 100 miles.
Ain't fit for women to see.
Ain't nothing to be afraid of in town.
Ain't that right, Swede?
All right, I'll tell them.
All right, Joey. Come on.
All right, Marian,
All right, you've told me.
All right.
All right.
All right.
All right.
All right.
All set?
All that, just for us?
All the things that will be.
All the way to Cheyenne.
Am I going to have to fight you, too?
Amen.
An ax, a shovel, or anything.
And a brand sticks.
And a school.
And better than most.
And bring up their families.
And don't come back.
And drink with the men?
And fence me off from water.
And fenced in and fed right, that's the thing.
And forgive us our trespasses
And grow up to be strong and straight.
And haul that load of wire from Graftors?
And he worked hard for it.
And he's going to have to pay for it.
And here's to me,
And his wife hear some words of comfort said over her man.
And I couldn't do what I got to do
And I figure we'd be doing wrong,
And I know if anything happened to me,
And I want to tell you something, Ryker.
And I've got to move my stock because of it.
And kiss me good night, Mother?
And lead us not into temptation,
And mother wants you!
And Mr. Shipstead's, too.
And no hard feelings.
And nothing but work, work, work?
And now?
And scared the missus half to death.
And so the creek runs dry sometimes,
And stay out of here.
And supposing I don't?
And take out irrigation water,
And tell her everything's all right,
And that's for certain.
And the finest girl that ever lived,
And the power and the glory forever.
And then people move in
And there are some who like two guns.
And there aren't any more guns in the valley.
And they reach for their pistols,
And this stump could say it beat us.
And us in the right.
And we ain't going to do it.
And we'll all start hoeing spuds. Is that it?
And we'll go into town for our supplies.
And we'll put her right back up.
And we'll... we'll figure out something.
And what with his garden and the hogs and milk,
And who knows what comes next?
And yelling what they'd do next.
And you ain't getting my claim.
And you say we have no right to the range.
And you thinking that I'd showed yellow?
And you were both wonderful.
And you'll find me reasonable.
And, Joey...
And, uh, Ed Howells.
And, uh, Johnson.
And, uh, this here is Joey.
And...
And... and what's more,
Another man was there, but just likely he's hired by Ryker.
Another one puts it through the belt of his pants.
Another.
Any of the rest of you care to join me
Anything else I can do you for?
Anything I can do you for?
Anything to keep you from drawing your time?
Anything wrong with that?
Anything you say.
Anytime I please.
Anytime you want to go to town, Shipstead,
Are gonna take the juice out of them...
Are you doing this just for me?
Are you going to get him out, or will I have to?
Are you mad?
Aren't you going to wear your six shooter?
Aren't you, Shane?
As many badmen as you do.
As the man using it.
As we forgive those who trespass against us.
Aw, Shane.
Axel...
Bang, bang, bang, bang, bang!
Bang, bang, bang!
Bang, bang, bang.
Bang, bang, bang.
Bang, bang, bang.
Bang, bang!
Bang, bang.
Bang, bang.
Bang, bang...
Bang!
Bang!
Bang!
Bang!
Bang!
Bang!
Bang!
Bang!
Bartender.
Be quiet. The men want to talk.
Be seeing you.
Beat his brains out.
Been a long time since I've seen a Jersey cow.
Belt.
Bet you can shoot.
Bluff, huh?
Boss, looks like Lewis is going back.
Both of them.
Break his neck.
Brother Rufe wants to see you.
Brother Rufe's come to pay you a little visit.
Bust him.
Bust that mug of his.
But could you?
But deliver us from evil,
But he can sure grow grain and cut hay
But I do appreciate it, Shane.
But I doubt it.
But I guess now's a pretty good time to lay things bare.
But I see things...
But I sure can smell 'em.
But I'll kill him if I have to.
But I'll tell you one thing,
But if I were you, Joey,
But if we're going to have a meeting,
But it... it won't be long till supper.
But just help with the work.
But just vat, Yoe?
But one's all you need if you can use it.
But running cattle on open ranges
But something's go to give.
But the new man is quick, terribly quick.
But the others are all in this.
But the Ryker brothers roughed him up,
But there's too many, Shane.
But why, Pa? Honest. Why didn't he?
But Yoe said we shouldn't go alone.
But you can't, Joe.
But you didn't find this country.
But you're no match for Wilson.
But your own sweat and muscle.
But, Shane, there's too many.
But, uh, no man ever gave it up as easy as I did.
Bye bye.
Bye bye.
Bye, little Joe.
Bye.
Called a pig farmer.
Calloway.
Came in to pick up some wire for Joe Starett.
Can I offer you some water?
Can you shoot as good as Shane, Pa?
Can't break the mold.
Can't go on forever.
Can't I ride home behind you?
Can't what?
Can't ya?
Can't you ask nothing but questions?
Can't you see maybe this is a chance?
Cattle we brought in were hazed off by Indians and rustlers.
Chris Calloway.
Chris just fumigated a sodbuster.
Chris just put the run on a sodbuster.
Chris went around afterwards bragging
Chris...
Close the gate, Joey.
Come back here.
Come back!
Come eat before things get cold.
Come here a minute.
Come in and put your clothes on.
Come in. Come in.
Come on in, please.
Come on, girl!
Come on, men.
Come on, men. Let's get to Lewis' place.
Come on, now, you can't get away.
Come on, now, you're holding everybody up!
Come on, Red.
Come on, shoo!
Come on, Son.
Come on, Son.
Come on!
Come on.