00:00 Various establishing shots of Western landscapes, including extreme LS of small town with either dust or smoke arising
04:27 Pedestrians and wagon train on main street of very small Western town (supposed to be Tucson in 19th century)
05:09 Another angle; horses, wagons, stagecoaches driving through town, adobe buildings under construction, people moving to and fro
08:06 GS more developed Western town; stagecoaches, horses, wagons, men and women pedestrians going to and fro
08:21 Similar shot, stagecoach enters town, stage driver dismounts, enters stage depot
08:51 actors playing Native American women doing laundry by hand in creek; camera pans around them; another take completes turn
09:25 Medium CU by actors playing Native American men and women engaged in various activities around grass huts
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October 18, 2019 Subject:
GET THE PIGS READY
Shots from 2 westerns here. (seen below in other reviews). Lots of set up for these crowd and bustle scenes! Get the animals ready! Drive through this way, watch out for those pigs! Kind of interesting watching it.
February 22, 2016 Subject:
Two Shots From Other Film
All Shots, as noted before, are from Arizona (1940) EXCEPT the two odd shots (8:06 & 8:21) of the fancy wooden town which is obviously a backlot. (Might be Newhall CA.) They are from a 1951 Gene Autry film called Texans Never Cry. As the slate shows, it was directed by Frank McDonald, and photographed by William Bradford.
July 1, 2013 Subject:
One of 8 clips here from Arizona (1940)