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Dec 10, 2021

[Answer] 4. The next Revisionist Western was loosely based on 'the life and times' of a real life judge who called himself "The Law West of the Pecos". Who was this judge?

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...1. John Marshall 2. Roy Bean 3. Warren Burger 4. Oliver Wendell Holmes "The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean" starred Paul Newman as the Judge and was directed by legendary director John Huston. The movie took liberties with the truth and made the Judge bigger than life, as a hanging judge, which the historical evidence does not support. It featured many different characters coming into Judge Bean's life and how they interacted with him. The movie was revisionist not only because it stretched the historical truth, but also for the amount of violence it portrayed and the moral ambiguity of the lead character. In the movie, Judge Bean had no qualms about being judge, jury, and executioner. Although the judge and jury part was right, he was only known to have ordered two men to be hanged, one of which escaped. The movie also portrayed the Judge as being willing to shoot a killer in the back, clearly not a traditional portrayal of the code of the West, no matter how deserving the culprit.




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Roy Bean:


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