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The Quiet Man (1952)

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Bibliography:

Books:

Based on:

  • "The Quiet Man: a short story."  Green rushes; a novel by Maurice Walsh  (New York: Frederick A. Stokes company, 1935).

Featured in:

  • The Complete Guide to 'The Quiet Man' by Des MacHale (Belfast: Appletree Press, 2000).
  • In the footsteps of 'The Quiet Man' by Gerry McNee (Edinburgh: Mainstream Pub., 1990).

Referenced in:

  • The Cinema and Ireland by Anthony Slide (Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 1990).
  • Cinema and Ireland by Kevin Rockett, Luke Gibbons and John Hill (Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University Press, 1988).
  • The complete films of John Wayne by Steve Zmijewsky, Boris Zmijewsky and Mark Ricci (Secaucus, N.J.: Citadel Press, c1983).
    • ALSO: The films of John Wayne by Mark Ricci, Boris Zmijewsky and Steve Zmijewsky (New York: Citadel Press, 1970).
  • Maurice Walsh: storyteller by Steve Matheson (Dover, NH: Brandon, 1985).
  • The non-western films of John Ford by Janey Place (Secaucus, N.J.: Citadel Press, 1979).
For more information about locating any of the above books, visit this page: Classic Movie Merchandise: Books.

Articles:

Features:

  • Quinlan, Arthur.  "Manuscript of 'The Quiet Man' at home in the University of Limerick."  Irish Times (17 Dec. 2002): 2.
  • Nye, Doug.  "O'Hara tells story behind 'Quiet Man'."  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (1 Nov. 2002): 15E.
  • Richardson, Alex.  "'Quiet Man' Remembered, 50 Years On."  Reuters (23 Sept. 2002).
  • "The quiet man and the big fellow: A chance meeting on a mailboat and John Ford's Irish experience may have anticipated some scenes in The Quiet Man, writes Luke Gibbons."  The Irish Times (8 Dec. 2001): 63.
  • Mulligan, Hugh.  "Cong, Ireland: Village a parody of Quiet Man movie set."  The Toronto Star (10 May 1997): J12.
  • Day, Crosby.  "Irish Eyes Smile on the Duke."  The Orlando Sentinel (11 February 1996): 61.
  • Mac Reamoinn, Laoise.  "Country Mayo and 'The Quiet Man'."  Ireland of the Welcomes (Doublin, Ireland) (May/June 1995): 15-18.
  • McDonough, David.  "'The Quiet Man' has tiptoed into the parade."  The New York Times (12 March 1995): II 29.
  • Dilonno, Mark.  "The Quiet Man."  Newark Star Ledger (17 Mar. 1994): 77, 82.
  • Roddy, Dennis B.  "'Quiet Man' endures in the Irish hamlet where it was filmed."  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (13 March 1994): 12.
  • Stanley, John.  "Republic Making Noise About 'Quiet Man': New Technicolor negative provides high-quality tape on 4."  The San Francisco Chronicle (17 May 1992): 62.
  • Campbell, Marilyn.  "'The Quiet Man'."  Wilde Angle 2 n.4 (1978): 44-51.
  • Anderson, Lindsay.  "'The Quiet Man'."  Sequence n.14 (Jan. 1952): 18-25.

Citations:

  • Box Office (17 May 1952).
  • Commonweal n.56 (29 Aug. 1952): 510.
  • Daily Variety (12 May 1952): 3.
  • Film Daily (29 May 1937): 2.
  • Film Daily (12 May 1952): 6.
  • Hollywood Reporter (28 May 1937): 2.
  • Hollywood Reporter (13 Apr 1948).
  • Hollywood Reporter (17 Nov 1950).
  • Hollywood Reporter (8 Jun 1951): 10.
  • Hollywood Reporter (24 Aug 1951): 10.
  • Hollywood Reporter (12 May 1952): 3.
  • Hollywood Reporter (12 Jan 1953).
  • Hollywood Reporter (2 Sep 1953).
  • Los Angeles Daily News (29 May 1947).
  • Motion Picture Herald Product Digest (17 May 1952): 1365.
  • New York Times (22 Aug 1952): 13.
  • Variety (14 May 1952): 6.
  • Variety (2 Sep 1953).

Other:

  • "The Making of the Quiet Man; with Leonard Maltin."  (Republic Pictures, 1992).
  • "The Quiet Man: The Joy of Ireland."  (Artisan Home Entertainment, 2002).
  • "The Quiet Man: Audio Commentary by Maureen O'Hara."  (Artisan Home Entertainment, 2002).

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