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George Stevens Jr. speaks ourt on the 'Shane' controversy

  13.04.24 12:12pm

George Stevens Jr. will not be present when a new 60th anniversary restoration of his father's western classic "Shane'' shows Saturday at the TCM Classic Film Festival (along with a new restoration of Stevens Sr.'s "Giant''). But his absence, he says, has "absolutely nothing" to do with the controversy over the film's aspect ratio. It's because he's introducing a new film that he and his son made at the Tribeca Film Festival on Friday night.


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