The Quiet Man
An American prizefighter returns to Ireland in order to forget the past and live peacefully in his village birthplace. He falls in love with the hot-tempered sister of a belligerent neighbor, and trouble ensues over the payment of her dowry.
Bonus features: Optional audio feature commentary with actor Maureen O'Hara ; optional original restored audio ; optional enhanced original restored audio ; theatrical trailers ; Featurette: The Making of The Quiet Man ; Featurette: The Joy of Ireland ; Stills montage: Remembering The Quiet Man ; Cast and crew [text feature] ; Production notes [text feature]
Originally released as a motion picture in 1952
From the story of the same name by Maurice Walsh
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Ignatius Feeney (being served a meal by Mary Kate with other workmen, talking about Sean Thornton): "...I saw him meself this mornin'... A tall, handsome man... as I was passin' the chapel." Mary Kate Danaher: "If you'd pass the pub, as fast as you pass the chapel -- you'd be better off! Ya little squint." (throws a potato on his plate)
Michaleen Oge Flynn (on seeing the broken bed): "Impetuous! Homeric!"
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