• 电影名称 McLintock!

  • ——He likes his whiskey hard... His women soft... And his west all to himself!
  • 中文名称 驯妻记
  •  类型  喜剧 / 爱情 / 西部
  •  国家  美国
  •  语言  英语
  •  时长  2 hr 7 min (127 min)
  • 上映时间 13 November 1963 (USA)
This is the Duke at his two-fisted, brawling best, along with MaureenO'Hara, who lights up the screen, in `McLintock!' a rousing western/comedydirected by Andrew W. McLaglen. John Wayne is George Washington McLintock,cattle baron and owner of just about everything around for as far as the eyecan se...
Whatever you think of John Wayne's politics, they were never betterexpressed more convincingly or with more entertainment than they are inMcLintock. At first glance this film is a rough house western versionof The Taming of the Shrew. But it is far more than that, it is theclosest thing we have to a...
Once in a while, even The Duke liked to have a good laugh.That's obvious in "McLintock!", where nearly every scene is a laugh riot. This is about the most boisterous, rambunctuous, slapstick-driven Westernever made. In fact, it's easy to see why this is one of Wayne's mostpopular efforts.Everyone p...
This is film-making at it's best! Superbly cast and acted, John Waynestarswith Maureen O'Hara, Patrick Wayne, Chill Wills and Strother Martin in awestern with a twist of humor. There's some drama and enough action tokeepthe viewer's interest, but this film contains some hilarious scenes,particularly...
Directed by Andrew MacLaglan, this rip-roaring John Wayne-MaureenO'Hara comedy lets them do what they did best.Wayne plays George Washington McLintock, a brawler and he-man intypical Western setting. O'Hara plays his feisty wife and StefaniePowers their bratty daughter, Becky. Patrick Wayne, son of ...
I've always been a John Wayne fan and a fan of this movie in particular.When it came out in 1963, there was a television special on the making of"McLintock!" that showed the filming of the famous muddy fight sequence.That got me wanting to see this film even more.In today's "politically correct" atm...
Since its opening in 1963, I'd had seen 'McLintock!' four or five timesover the years. I'd always considered it a fun, albeit chauvinisticwestern 'battle of the sexes.' Only after viewing it again after therecent 'loosening of the grips' of the Wayne family estate, did I cometo realize its greatness...
"McClintock" is loosely based on William Skakespesre's "The Taming ofthe Shrew". It is not your usual John Wayne western (in fact he doesn'tdraw his six shooter even once), but is more of a broad comedy with atip of the hat to John Ford.This film was the first to be produced by Wayne's son Michael w...
"McLintock", released in 1963, was a film that gave the Duke a chance tosimply play a role for laughs, and let the story take care of itself.Paired with long-time screen leading lady Maureen O'Hara, the two manage toplay their roles to the hilt, and the viewer can simplyenjoy.John Wayne is G. W. McL...
Well, this film certainly may not be too politically correct for thesetimes, but that aside, is simply a very well acted Western version of"The Taming of the Shrew". The chemistry between John Wayne and MaureenO'Hara is electric. She plays her role so convincing that you're happyshe gets her spankin...
I laughed all the way through this one. It was a hilarious look at a man'srelationship with his family, especially his headstrong wife. Thefistfightat the mudslide was one of the funniest scenes ever filmed. Looked likeeverybody was having a ball. Great show....
The Tales of the American West and the Western Film are two inseparableAmerican Cultural Institutions. They are highly visible and closelyrelated to each other. Both are exaggerated and distorted versions ofAmerican History. Whatever the images we harbor in the deep recesses ofour widdle heads, they...
what a shame John Wayne didn't do more comedy roles,for he shows a flairforcomedy in Mclintock. A wonderful supporting cast in Yvonne De Carlo,MaureenO'Sullivan,Chill Wills,and a special appearance by Jerry Van Dyke make thisa wonderful time filler.The serious side still comes through in Waynes'spee...
I am a John Wayne fan, but have never heard much "buzz" about this movie. Indeed, I hesitated over it a number of times before renting it for myfamily's weekly movie. I almost introduced it apologetically.No worries, though! This movie is CLASSIC John Wayne. There are SO manyelements to like in i...
This is by far my favorite John Wayne movie. His role as GeorgeWashington McLintock drew me to him more than any other role I haveseen him in. He portrays a successful cattleman who is just, wise,brave, and a little rugged. Although he is stubborn and ornery, he hasearned the respect and trust of mo...
Cast is so strong in this movie that when they tell stories about pastevents as scripted you feel like you have lived them. Casting for thismovie is perfect as these are all people who fit in their roles like afine glove fits your hand. With the best prints of this film, you cansee John Wayne actual...
The local store has these really bare bone DVD's for $1.99 and this wasone of them. I was never much of a John Wayne fan, but darn this movieis funny. It was fun to see O'Hara in something other than Miracle on34th street. But boy is this movie utterly politically incorrect. Rightup to the spanky bo...
This is the cowboy movie where John Wayne speaks forcefully on behalfof the Comanches, and tells his daughter he'd rather give his land tothe government "so no one will kill the beaver for hats or murder thebuffalo for rope." He also gets plenty of mud on that most American oficons, himself.All he n...
Boy, do I miss John Wayne! Didn't agree with all his politics, but he surehad his own personal integrity. And his comedies are superb. He's like thewester version DeNiro in that no one thought he could be funny, and he'shillarious! Wayne and Maureen O'Hara are the Tracy and Hepburn of thesefilms. Th...
There's a good reason for the exclamation point in the title of"McLintock!": the entire film is uncomplicated, bold, and unapologeticto the core. This retelling of "The Taming of the Shrew" set in the oldwest serves mostly as a star vehicle for one of the great screenpairings of all time, John Wayne...
Lively star Western vehicle in comedy vein, patterned after NORTH TOALASKA (1960) and with a "Taming Of The Shrew"-like plot that recallsTHE QUIET MAN (1952; with the same leads) – both of which,incidentally, I haven't watched in a long time! As John Wayne grew older, his films settled into bei...
This movie is greatly beloved by John Wayne fans and is said to containhis personal credo of what an all-American man should be. This includesbeing boorish and crude, having an alcohol problem and being alwaysready to settle things with your fists. And, of course, being ready tohumiliate your wife i...
I love Maureen O'Hara. I loved John Wayne. But I'm troubled here.This was a great movie, no doubt in my mind, but it's not PC, and itwon't translate well to kids. Even the thought of spanking a woman mustbe hell to every modern female (except, I mean, you know). But when Isee this movie, it damn nea...
I don't think there was another John Wayne movie that he strode around asmrCowboy and yet never pulled his gun the whole time. Wonder what he thoughtwhen he read the script?A real good family fun western movie that may change some people's idea onthe Duke as a all short up type of guy....
Bad news first: There are some low moments, though only a few.But, and here's the good news, the high moments are so great, thismovie deserves the highest rating available.First the cast is superlative. Naturally the Wayne-O'Hara combinationwould make even a bad movie great. (Gosh, she is just one o...
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