Cimarron (1960)

 


 

Story of a VAST and VIOLENT LAND! See »

The epic saga of a frontier family, Cimarron starts with the Oklahoma Land Rush on 22 April 1889. The Cravet family builds their newspaper Oklahoma Wigwam into a business empire and Yancey Cravet is the adventurer-idealist who, to his wife\’s anger, spurns the opportunity to become governor since this means helping to defraud the indians of their land and oil.

Written by
Mattias Thuresson <[email protected]>

Genre: Drama,Western

Cimarron (1960)
   
Release Date: December 1960 (USA)
Country: USA
Director: Anthony Mann

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Cast:
  • Glenn Ford
  • Maria Schell
  • Anne Baxter
  • Arthur O'Connell
  • Russ Tamblyn
  • Mercedes McCambridge
  • Vic Morrow
  • Robert Keith
  • Charles McGraw
  • Harry Morgan
  • David Opatoshu
  • Aline MacMahon
  • Lili Darvas
  • Edgar Buchanan
  • Mary Wickes


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6 Responses to Cimarron (1960)

  1. celticgrace444
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    Wanted to do this movie

  2. sggar00
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    We watched this today and having grown up on watching Westerns I hate to admit it but this is the first time I have ever watched this movie. Glenn Ford is perfect for this role of Yancy.

    Pity that there isn’t an outlet for these types of movies anymore.

  3. aquaisces
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    I’ve recently discovered that there is a dvd of Cimarron. It is available at Amazon.fr as ‘La Ruée vers l’Ouest’ (The Rush to the West). The digital transfer is decent. It is not in the original widescreen. Still, it has the original language/soundtrack, with French language and subtitles as an option. Region 2.

  4. knowsbleed
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    was this shot on 68mm film or 35 with a wide lense???

  5. hickyman2001
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    Hi:

    This score is available on CD from Film Score Monthly-$19.95-to order-www.screenarchives.com-Thanks-Adam-:)

  6. brainofj72
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    *Spoilers*

    Was anyone else really impressed by the way Mann shot that sequence in which the two outlaws are cornered in the school? From the moment they started running to when the kid died – it really struck me. Especially the shot through the doorway, when the kid pulls the child from the other outlaw’s arms and he turns and shoots, and Ford tackles him. The way the gunsmoke flares just before Ford jumps and the camera swiftly moves in – absolute brilliance. Mann sure had an impeccable sense for camera movement.

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    She’s gone to warn the wizard! Come on, get my tin hat!

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