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|James Stewart||Linus Rawlings|
|Henry Fonda||Jethro Stuart|
|Gregory Peck||Cleve Van Valen|
|Debbie Reynolds||Lilith Prescott|
|Richard Widmark||Mike King|
|George Peppard||Zeb Rawlings|
|Karl Malden||Zebulon Prescott|
|John Wayne||Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman|
|Carolyn Jones||Julie Rawlings|
|Robert Preston||Roger Morgan|
|Eli Wallach||Charlie Gant|
|Carroll Baker||Eve Prescott|
|Lee J. Cobb||Marshal Lou Ramsey|
|Brigid Bazlen||Dora Hawkins|
|Walter Brennan||Col. Hawkins|
|Andy Devine||Corporal Peterson|
|Raymond Massey||Abraham Lincoln|
|Agnes Moorehead||Rebecca Prescott|
|Thelma Ritter||Agathe Clegg|
|Mickey Shaughnessy||Dep. Stover|
|Russ Tamblyn||Confederate deserter|
|Willis B. Bouchey||Surgeon|
|Henry "Harry" Morgan||Gen. Ulysses S. Grant|
|Joe Sawyer||Ship's Officer|
|Carleton Young||Union Soldier|
|Spencer Tracy||Voice Only|
|Kim Charney||Sam Prescott|
|Jay C. Flippen||Huggins|
|Claude Johnson||Jeremiah Rawlings|
|Tudor Owen||Parson Harvey|
|Bryan Russell||Zeke Prescott|
|Clinton Sundberg||Hylan Seabury|
|Lee Van Cleef||Marty|
|Ken Curtis||Union Soldier|
|William Henry||Staff Officer|
|Jack Pennick||Corporal Murphy|
|Harry Dean Stanton||Gant gang member (billed as Dean Stanton)|
|Karl Swenson||Train conductor|
|Jack Lambert||Gant henchman|
|Christopher Dark||Poker player|
|Gene Roth||Riverboat poker player|
|James Griffith||Poker player|
|Walter Burke||Wagon poker player|
|J. Edward McKinley||Auctioneer|
|Paul Bryar||Auctioneer's assistant|
|Beulah Archuletta||Indian woman|
|Chuck Roberson||Union soldier/stunts|
|Boyd "Red" Morgan||Stunts|
|Rodopho (Rudy) Acosta||Gant gang member|
|Sol (Saul) Gorss||Henchman|
|William H. Daniels||Cinematographer|
|Ken Darby||Score Composer|
|George W. Davis||Art Director|
|William Ferrari||Art Director|
|Arnold A. Gillespie||Special Effects|
|Henry W. Grace||Set Decoration/Design|
|Don Greenwood Jr.||Set Decoration/Design|
|Addison Hehr||Art Director|
|Robert R. Hoag||Special Effects|
|Joseph La Shelle||Cinematographer|
|Charles B. Lang||Cinematographer|
|William McGarry||Asst. Director|
|Jack Mills||Set Decoration/Design|
|Alfred Newman||Score Composer|
|Walter Plunkett||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Robert Saunders||Asst. Director|
|William Shanks||Asst. Director|
|Wingate Smith||Asst. Director|
|William J. Tuttle||Makeup|
|James R. Webb||Screenwriter|
|Harold E. Wellman||Cinematographer|
I saw the original movie in CINERAMA (if anyone remembers that type of presentation then you may remember it as I do as being awesome). Lilith (Debbie Reynolds) heads west to claim a gold mine left to her by her uncle, Gregory Peck goes along to try to cheat her out of some of the money from the gold mine, finds out there is no money and leaves her. They get together later for other reasons.<BR/>George Peppard does kill a particular Confederate but the man is not his friend, he barely knows the man and it's not clear at first he is a Confederate. Richard Widmark is not George Peppards boss and the reason George Peppard leaves has to do with a matter of honor not because of the destruction of the railroad camp which was a great scene. As for the final segment it too had another great CINERAMA scene and there's history between George Peppard and the leader of the outlaw gang played by Eli Wallach. Think of "Magnificent Seven" and "The Good,The Bad and The Ugly" when it comes to Mr Wallachs character. <BR/>As for the reviewer who thinks this movie doesn't address the indians side this movie was made in 1962 when cowboys were good and there was rarely an indian side to anything except for maybe a movie like Broken Arrow.
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Posted November 24, 2013
BENNIE QUINCY SHAFT SAYS … WOW!
Much has been written about the excellence of, “How the West Was Won.” I concur. The visuals and the sound are outstanding. There are no complicated plots here and no complicated storyline, but, again, the visuals and the sound are outstanding.
We did notice one problem with the audio, however. While the Dolby Digital 5.1 (the BD’s default) played perfectly, the superior Dolby Tru HD 5.1 was about one-quarter second ahead of the picture, making it impossible to use that soundtrack.
Our OPPO 105 BD player could be the culprit, seeing as how we have had this problem with two DTS HD Master soundtracks in the past. However, since the player has been “spot-on” with other DTS HD Master soundtracks and all the LPCM soundtracks, I believe this to be yet another poorly authored Blu-ray Disc.
We really don’t know the answer.
This movie shows in colorful ways the 'White' side of the West. <BR/>It does in no way mention the terrible price the Native Americans paid for this 'Winning of the West' Anybody who watches tthis movie should also watch the decumentary 'How the West was lost' that shows the suffering of the Native Americans caused by the greed of the American Government, settlers and the military ( a PBS ducumentary).
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Posted October 1, 2010
Some minor errors, but they do not detract from the truth of this film. If you want to know the facts, watch this film. Note the emphasis on the American Dream and Manifest DestinyWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 1, 2010
An adaption of a Louis L'Amour novel of the same title, this is the best of many. The music will really haunt you, and the feeling of possibilities that was the West comes through in the film. A great character study of people that made the trek, with few "heros" thrown in to set the time period. This is a great story of how people make history instead of events, and how people make events into history. I heartily recomment this film, and the book. Both will keep you up to watch and read, and leave you to thinking long after of all the ones that we never read of, but are descended from, no matter race, creed, color, or religion.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 30, 2009
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Posted December 16, 2009
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