Gary Cooper & Barbara Stanwyck in Meet John Doe. Review

Gary Cooper & Barbara Stanwyck in Meet John Doe. Review

Gary Cooper & Barbara Stanwyck in Meet John Doe, a fantastic old movie directed by Frank Capra. Review by the American author Dewey Edward Chester.

Gary Cooper & Barbara Stanwyck in Meet John Doe. Review

Gary Cooper & Barbara Stanwyck in Meet John Doe. Review

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Meet John Doe review.

It’s common knowledge that Hollywood shapes American images. But all of us must become a part of deciding what kind of movies Hollywood makes. Instead of violent depictions of raunch, we need heroes symbolizing positive Spirits conquering Evil. American movies must glorify character and teach us optimism during economic Recession.

For only daring, visionary Screenwriters should write our movies, and only the morally courageous of them is worthy of speaking to us for two hours in the dark —– allowing moments to shed tears of joy, at the sight of Love triumph.

Enjoy your day, friends!

The only achievement I am really proud of is the friends I have made in this community. By Gary Cooper


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  • Natasha Kaye

    Dear Isabel, thank you for featuring the writings of the talented Dewey Chester. I read his book Boomers several years ago and always envisioned it the perfect material for a grand film script.
    Love your magazine! There are so many inspiring and creative people in our world…

    • Thanks Natasha. Yes, Dewey is a great great author. A honor to have him at Yareah.

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  • well said, sir…well said!
    oh, and i totally agree with the commenter above who said what a grand film script boomers is…


Dewey Edward Chester, Ph.D. (eq.), is a Los Angeles Professor of Screenwriting, and the author of “Boomer: Sex, Race and Professional Football.” He is a former professional football player, and was nominated for the prestigious White House Fellowship for Journalism Award, sponsored by President Bill Clinton’s Administration. **Boomer by Dewey Edward Chester is also on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Enjoy the reading, you cannot be indifferent.

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