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May 30, 2010



It's nice to hear that Stacy Keach will be working again. I wasn't sure if he was still alive.

Maggie Ryan

I am very familiar with this part of County Mayo, my Mother was a local girl and I've visited there many times. It is not at all puzzling that mention of violence, the IRA and deportation found their way into "The Quiet Man' as such things were part of life at that time. It would have been unrealistic to omit them. I hope the film crew show respect to the local residents and their lives are not disrupted too much.

Frank Warner

If they have a script for a movie even half as good as "The Quiet Man," I'd be happy for such disruption. Considering the fact no film has come close to "The Quiet Man" in its balance of Irish joys and sorrows, this film crew will have a daunting challenge.


I always have a worm place in my heart for good old classics especially if it's John Ford's. Excellent oldy with good acting, something to watch on rainy days.

melvyn blanks

i and some friends have been to cong village and asford castle and all the film locations of this great film and the place is just as magical in real life as it seems on the big screen

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