Vertical climbing runs through the films of John Ford.

A number of running elements in their films are shared by both Ford and Dwan:

In all of these films, the subject is played for broad comedy.

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Directors often compared to Ford,  and , liked tails and regularly employed them in their films.

Ford films are full of , which characters see, and sometimes enter.

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Ford's huge body of silent films are mainly either lost or inaccessible.

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Several Ford films include shots of heroes ascending or descending architecture:

The song is sung by male chorus, a common feature of Ford films.

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(1939) is one of Ford's finest films.

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They tend to be the heart of Ford films in which theyappear.

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