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Shane, Come Back! – Shane (8/8) Movie CLIP (1953) HD


We want you Shane. Joey, there’s no living with . . . with the killing. There’s no going back from one. Right or wrong, it’s a brand, and a brand sticks There’s no going back. Now you run on home to your mother and you tell her tell her everything’s all right. And there aren’t any more guns in the valley. Shane It’s bloody! You’re hurt! I’m all right, Joey. You go home to your mother and your father and you grow up to be strong and straight Joey Take care of ’em. Both of them. Yes, Shane. He’d never been able to shoot you if you had seen him. Bye Little Joe. He never even would’ve cleared the holster, would he, Shane? Pa’s got things for you to do. And mother wants you! I know she does. Shane! SHANE! Come back!

100 thoughts on “Shane, Come Back! – Shane (8/8) Movie CLIP (1953) HD

  1. My name is pronounced "Shane", just spelled different. I work with senior citizens all day every day and when I tell them my name, they always brought up this reference. I was born in the 90's so honeslty had to look up what them meant when they make a joke and say; " Shane, come back Shane." Lol. I finally know what there refering too now.

  2. "SHANE, COME BACK!" Is NOT the last words of this movie. The last words are not on this site but if you go back and look at the FULL end of the movie, you can CLEARLY hear the boy cry out …"BYE, SHANE!" as the music reaches it's final climax.

  3. I don't think these words rang true here in Shane, but Dafne Keen in Logan gave these words the weight, resonance and poignancy that they deserved. Alan Ladd sounds like he just read the script and was there for a paycheck. Dafne Keen's reading of the same lines made all 9 X-men movies, hit or miss as they might be, (and as fun as they are I am not including the two Deadpool movies)come to a sombering, and honorable conclusion. The kid at the end here calls for the return of his fallen hero, but sometimes the hero doesn't win. Logan realizes this and instead of calling for the return of her hero, Dafne mourns him and honors his memory and his sacrifice, but she keeps moving as she must. When the hero dies, their memory isn't gone, but you can't live in their memory. You must keep moving forward.

  4. I have always thought that Shane was dead on the horse in the very last scene in this my favourite cowboy film. Anyone out there think the same ??? Herb Ireland…

  5. Aside from this scene making me tear up the other scene that did it for me was when joe and shane fought to fight riker. Was so hard to watch. 2 friends literally punching each other out to decide who'll take down evil of the old west. Was always mad shane pistol whipped joe for the victory and i was right by little joe when he said "shane you hit him with your gun! i HATE YOU!"

  6. Danny: "I think you're talking about the wrong movie there Chris. Shane lives. At the the end of it he's riding off and that kid, uh, Brandon… uh…"
    Chris: "De Wilde."
    Danny: "Yeah Brandon De Wilde was calling his name 'Shane! Come back! Shane!'"
    Chris: "Well Danny, I'm sorry to have be the one tell you this, but Shane died."
    Danny: "You never see Shane dead, that's an asumption."
    Chris: "No it's a common mistake. You see, in the final shot you see him slumped over on his horse. He doesn't look back because he can't. Shane's dead."
    Danny: "He's slumped because he's shot. Slump don't mean dead."

    Like if you understand the refernce

  7. Just watched this movie for the first time, an unopened VHS tape. What a great film. 10/10, will watch it again multiple times in the next week.

  8. This movie set up the pins, the end of Logan knocked them down (and shattered them to pieces.) Dafne Keen's quoting of this speech, through her accent and teary eyes, are absolutely emotionally devastating.

  9. Look Guys Question is Did or didn't Shane Die? But When I look at his arm and his head was leading on my theory he did die.

  10. there's flaws here.,..I love this movie! but 'he never would have cleared the holster if you'd seen him…'?? who?? And did Wilson KNOW that Shane was a real gunfighter with a reputation…need answers!!!!!

  11. So not only is this the possible inspiration for "My name's not Shane kid", but this is also the movie that X-23 quotes when Wolverine dies in Logan.

  12. Can someone tell me why there's several comments about his name not being Shane and then flying off into space on a train? O_o

  13. Huh. People say that Shane died and you can tell because he's slumped in his saddle as he rides off, but I can't see it. The kid does notice he's bleeding, but he doesn't appear to be in any distress or struggling as he explains why he has to leave; to me it seems like he just rides off to rejoin his mysterious past is all. Maybe flies into space on a train.

  14. "There aren't anymore guns in the valley." Why does that hit so hard after watching Logan or playing Red Dead Redemption 2

  15. Omgggg my favorite cowboy movie ever !!!! And I don't even care for cowboy movies much lol 😍💕💕💕💕💕💕

  16. Wish Arthur Morgan got this ending instead. He leaves John and Abigail and Jack because he’ knows he’s an outlaw for life and he doesn’t want to put the people he cares about in danger and he wanted John to leave the gang and look after his family. So Arthur could leave him because the Pinkerton would still be after him and we could’ve still be playing with Arthur but instead Rockstar gave him TB. 🤦🏽‍♂️ 😔

  17. My all time favourite western 😍😍😍 this scene always moves me to tears😢 Great acting by Alan Ladd and Brandon 😍😍😘

  18. Just had to look it up after so many years of my teacher yelling come back every time i walk out the classroom

  19. Plot twist: Shane bleeds out & dies same reason why he never responds.. ps if you look closely he slightly slouches to the left at the end of the scene.

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