Chico [a Horse]


Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Frontier Days (1934)

Life Events

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Taza, Son of Cochise - Publicity Stills
Taza, Son of Cochise - Publicity Stills

Videos

Movie Clip

Young Mr. Lincoln (1939) -- (Movie Clip) I Love Red Hair The entire performance by Pauline Moore (as first-love Ann Rutledge), coming upon Abe (Henry Fonda) reading law in the woods, early in John Ford's Young Mr. Lincoln, 1939, from Lamar Trotti's original screenplay.
Drums Along The Mohawk (1939) -- (Movie Clip) At The Borst Home The first scene in director John Ford’s first color (Technicolor) film, Henry Fonda and Claudette Colbert as colonials Gil and Lana are married in Albany, New York, 1776, cinematography credit shared by Bert Glennon and Ray Rennahan, Edwin Maxwell the celebrant, Robert Grieg and Clara Blandick her parents, opening Drums Along The Mohawk, 1939.
Drums Along The Mohawk (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Taste Of A Widow Gil (Henry Fonda), recruited into the Continental Army, gets farewell wishes from Lana (Claudette Colbert) and an earthy gesture from Mrs. McKlennar (Edna May Oliver), then marches, in John Ford's Drums Along The Mohawk, 1939.
Drums Along The Mohawk (1939) -- (Movie Clip) You Got A Fine Woman First night in the frontier cabin, Lana (Claudette Colbert) comes unglued when Blue Back (Chief Big Tree) appears, Gil (Henry Fonda) trying to recover, in John Ford's Technicolor Revolutionary War drama Drums Along The Mohawk, 1939.
O. Henry's Full House (1952) -- (Movie Clip) Many Kinds Of A Writer Henry Hathaway, among the five credited directors, directs this introduction, John Steinbeck hired to stand in for the deceased author, leading into the first story, featuring Charles Laughton as “Soapy,” in the popular 20th Century-Fox anthology O. Henry’s Full House, 1952.
Young Mr. Lincoln (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Did He Get On? With a long pause on a poem, John Ford begins with pompous Stuart (Edwin Maxwell) introducing lanky Abe (Henry Fonda), then his first encounter with the pivotal, but fictional, Clay family, in Young Mr. Lincoln, 1939.
Young Mr. Lincoln (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Blessed Are The Merciful New lawyer Abe (Henry Fonda) quells a mob, featuring Jack Pennick as "Big Buck," ready to lynch his first clients, their mother (Alice Brady) looking on, in a wholly fictional scene from John Ford's Young Mr. Lincoln, 1939.
Young Mr. Lincoln (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Yessiree Bob In his first piece of lawyering, Abe (Henry Fonda) settles a dispute between clients Hawthorne (Charles Halton) and Woolridge (Russell Simpson), in John Ford's Young Mr. Lincoln, 1939.
Alexander's Ragtime Band -- (Movie Clip) Blue Skies In an all-Irving Berlin musical, the composer's two favorite singers (Ethel Merman as "Jerry", Alice Faye as "Stella," having just met) take turns with "Blue Skies," in Alexander's Ragtime Band, 1938.
Razor's Edge, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip) She Asked For Her Husband Having left our hero Tyrone Power on his spiritual quest in India, back to Chicago where Gray (John Payne) is summoned to a hospital where, we learn, Sophie (Anne Baxter), injured in a car crash, doesn’t know her husband and child were killed, Isabel (Gene Tierney) appearing briefly, in The Razor’s Edge, 1946.
Razor's Edge, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip) What Brings You Here? First scene upon truth-seeking Larry (Tyrone Power) arriving at the ashram in northern India, meeting the un-named "Holy Man" (Cecil Humphreys), their first conversation largely from W. Somerset Maugham's original novel, in The Razor's Edge, 1946.
Cheaper By The Dozen (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Family Council At the new Gilbreth family home in New Jersey, father Frank (Clifton Webb) chairs a meeting, wife Lillian (Myrna Loy) in support, eldest Ann (Jeanne Crain) and young Frank (Norman Ollestad) particularly interested, in 20th Century Fox's Cheaper By The Dozen, 1950.

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