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John Ford, Grace Cunard, Francis Ford, and Jack Holt in The Broken Coin (1915)James Cagney, Henry Fonda, and John Ford in Mister Roberts (1955)John Ford and Ava Gardner in Mogambo (1953)John FordJohn FordJohn FordJohn FordJohn FordJohn FordJohn FordJohn Ford talking to William Wyler at a George Cukor hosted lunch for Luis BunuelWilliam Holden, John Wayne, and John Ford in The Horse Soldiers (1959)William Holden, John Wayne, and John Ford in The Horse Soldiers (1959)William Holden, John Wayne, and John Ford in The Horse Soldiers (1959)John Wayne, John Ford, William H. Clothier, Constance Towers, and Harrold Weinberger in The Horse Soldiers (1959)John Wayne, John Ford, William H. Clothier, and Harrold WeinbergerJohn Wayne, John Ford, John Carradine, Nora Cecil, Berton Churchill, Andy Devine, Donald Meek, Thomas Mitchell, and Claire Trevor in Stagecoach (1939)John Ford and Wallace Beery in Flesh (1932)James Stewart, John Ford, and Richard Widmark in Two Rode Together (1961)James Stewart, John Ford, and Linda Cristal in Two Rode Together (1961)John Wayne, John Ford, Barry Fitzgerald, Francis Ford, and Victor McLaglen in The Quiet Man (1952)John Ford and Elizabeth Allen in Cheyenne Autumn (1964)John Ford and Mike Mazurki in Cheyenne Autumn (1964)John Ford, Richard Widmark, and George O'Brien in Cheyenne Autumn (1964)John Ford in The Searchers (1956)John Ford in The Searchers (1956)John Ford and Patrick Wayne in The Searchers (1956)John Ford in The Searchers (1956)John Ford in The Searchers (1956)John Wayne and John Ford in The Searchers (1956)John Ford in How the West Was Won (1962)John Wayne, John Ford, George Peppard, Milton R. Krasner, and Russ Tamblyn in How the West Was Won (1962)John Wayne and John Ford in How the West Was Won (1962)John Ford, George Peppard, and Claude Johnson in How the West Was Won (1962)John Ford, George Peppard, Carroll Baker, and Milton R. Krasner in How the West Was Won (1962)John Ford, George Peppard, Carroll Baker, Milton R. Krasner, Andy Devine, and Claude Johnson in How the West Was Won (1962)John Ford, Carroll Baker, and Milton R. Krasner in How the West Was Won (1962)John Wayne, John Ford, and Richard Widmark in The Alamo (1960)John Wayne and John Ford in The Alamo (1960)John Ford and Barbara Stanwyck in The Plough and the Stars (1936)Katharine Hepburn and John Ford in Mary of Scotland (1936)William Holden, John Wayne, and John Ford in The Horse Soldiers (1959)John Ford in Stagecoach (1939)
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Biography

John Ford came to Hollywood following one of his brothers, an actor. Asked what brought him to Hollywood, he replied "The train". He became one of the most respected directors in the business, in spite of being known for his westerns, which were not considered "serious" film. He won six Oscars, counting (he always did) the two that he won for his ... See full bio »
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