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The Making of 'The Quiet Man' (1992)

Documentary about the making of the John Wayne classic, The Quiet Man.

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Leonard Maltin
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Complete credited cast:
Leonard Maltin ... Himself - Host
Michael Wayne ... Himself
Toni Wayne ... Herself (as Toni Wayne LaCava)
Andrew V. McLaglen ... Himself
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John Ford ... (archive footage)
Maureen O'Hara ... (archive footage)
John Wayne ... (archive footage)
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Hosted by film critic Leonard Maltin, this fortieth anniversary documentary treats film fans to a behind-the-scenes look at the making of The Quiet Man, John Wayne's classic film about an Irish-American who returns to his homeland to make a new start for himself. Along with archive footage of the filming process, this film also takes a look at some of the experiences of the cast and crew members, as well as discussing some of the influence The Quiet Man had on later films. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Documentary | Short

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

This was included as an added extra on the 1992 UK Cinema Club video release of The Quiet Man (1952). See more »

Goofs

Leonard Malton stated that Maureen O'Hara, her new baby and a nurse" went to Ireland. She only had one child, who was born in 1944. Hardly a newborn! See more »

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too dry and stiff
25 June 2005 | by movieman_kevSee all my reviews

Leonald Maltin narrates this 28 minute retrospective on the classic movie, with can be found as an extra on the Collector's Edition DVD of "the Quiet Man. It combines old publicity stills, vintage archive interview footage, clips of various John Ford movies, as well as new interviews (well new to 1992) with John Wayne's son and daughter (both who have since passed on themselves) This documentary, apart from the interviews is a bit on the dry side and as such doesn't really warrant repeat viewings, even for HUGE fans of the "the Quit Man", of which I am one.

My Grade: D+


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