Who Won the 1942
Academy Awards Best Director

John Ford

("How Green Was My Valley")

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Famed Mainer was in "good place for pictures" during Battle of Midway

WCSH-TV
(NEWS CENTER) -- Director John Ford, born John Martin Feeney in Cape Elizabeth, already had an epic career as a western film director before joining the Navy Reserve in 1942. Ford enthusiastically joined the newly created Office of Strategic Services ...

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Watch the unboxing of a Ford GT Order Kit, courtesy of John Hennessey

Motor Authority
Thousands applied, but ultimately, only 500 individuals have so far been selected to have a Ford GT built. (A second round of applications will be announced at a later date, though.) Once chosen, each and every soon-to-be owner gets a Ford GT Order Kit ...

1942 Academy Awards Best Director Winner John Ford News

Reality TV Groups Merge to Form NPACT

Hollywood Reporter
“It is simply unparalleled in our business for a group of competitors at this high level of achievement to band together for the longevity, vitality and greater good of an industry," said John Ford, NPA general manager who will now serve as GM of NPACT.



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Revisiting the film of Stephen King's Creepshow 2

Den of Geek UK
A highlight is the music for Old Chief Wood'nhead: that first mournful scene has a melancholic score that feels straight out of a John Ford ending and later on, we get a couple of Herrmann-esque violin screeches during the Old Chief's vengeance. A King ...

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