John Ford

Ford in 1946 John Ford (February 1, 1894 – August 31, 1973) was an American film director. He is renowned both for Westerns such as ''Stagecoach'' (1939), ''The Searchers'' (1956), and ''The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance'' (1962), as well as adaptations of classic 20th-century American novels such as ''The Grapes of Wrath'' (1940). He was the recipient of five Academy Awards including a record four wins for Best Director.

In a career of more than 50 years, Ford directed more than 140 films (although most of his silent films are now lost) and he is widely regarded as one of the most important and influential filmmakers of his generation. Ford's work was held in high regard by his colleagues, with Orson Welles and Ingmar Bergman among those who named him one of the greatest directors of all time.

Ford made frequent use of location shooting and long shots, in which his characters were framed against a vast, harsh, and rugged natural terrain. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Ford, John
Published 1733
Printed for R. Ford, R. Hett, and J. Oswald

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by Ford, John
Published 1735
printed for R. Ford, at the Angel; R. Hett, at the Bible and Crown; and J. Oswald, at the Rose and Crown, all in the Poultry

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by Ford, John
Published 1733
printed for R. Ford, at the Angel; R. Hett, at the Bible and Crown; and J. Oswald, at the Rose and Crown, all in the Poultry

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by Ford, John
Published 1732
printed for J. Peel at Lock's Head in Amen Corner, and sold by A. Dodd without Temple Bar, and E. Nutt at the Royal Exchange

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by Ford, John
Published 1714
printed for J. Roberts, at the Oxford Arms in Warwick-Lane

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by Ford, John B.
Published 2015
Springer International Publishing