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Face to Face (1952)

 -  Western | Drama  -  November 1952 (USA)
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Albert Sharpe ...
First Mate Brown ('The Secret Sharer')
Sean McClory ...
Second Mate Robinson ('The Secret Sharer')
Alec Harford ...
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Sheriff Jack Potter ('The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky')
Marjorie Steele ...
Bride ('The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky')
Minor Watson ...
Scratchy' Wilson ("The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky")
Dan Seymour ...
Drummer ('The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky')
Olive Carey ...
Laura Lee ('The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky')
James Agee ...
Frank ("The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky")
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A very cool film, but why are these movies stuck together?
9 March 2001 | by (Canterbury, NH) – See all my reviews

Face to Face is quite good, but it is, essentially, two different movies based on two different books, stuck back-to-back for no apparent reason. Personally, I think the two stories share a sneaky anti-Christian undercurrent, but other than that they don't share a lot of similarities. The first story is based on a book by Joseph Conrad (Heart of Darkness), which is about a first-time navel officer who, while on watch, finds a murderous refugee from another ship swimming in the ocean. It had a thoughtful and steady pace, and was fairly serious in its storytelling, and I enjoyed it thoroughly. The second story is based on a Stephen Crane book about the gunslinging Marshall of a small western town who gets married in San Antonio. It's a more light-hearted story which is surprisingly funny at times, especially when the town drunk puts on his 6-shooters and decides to stumble around town raising heck. I don't know why these two 40-odd minute movies were stuck together in order to make a feature length film, but it seemed to work pretty well because it told two complete short stories in under 90 minutes. A neat and enjoyable film. Whee!


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