Long Voyage Home, The (1940)

Working from quartet of Eugene O’Neill plays, John Ford created a hauntingly dark dramatic universe, populated with his usual stock company of players augmented by John Wayne in the role of the naïve Swedish sailor Olsen.

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2 thoughts on “Long Voyage Home, The (1940)”

    1. John Ford always liked hiring people he knew. Even the crew of his movies is a lot the same.

      5 movies with Maureen O’hara:

      Rio Grande (1950), The Quiet Man (1952), The Wings of Eagles (1957), McLintock! (1963) and Big Jake (1971).

      There is a lot of overlapping cast.

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