Silver City

Overview

An excellent cast brings distinction to the pedestrian goings-on in Silver City. Per its title, the film is set in silver-mining country, with hopeful prospectors and greedy claim-jumpers abounding. The villain of the piece is miserly R. R. Jarboe Barry Fitzgerald, who holds the lease on the silver lode worked by heroine Candace Surrency Yvonne DeCarlo and her father Dutch Edgar Buchanan. Meanwhile, mining expert Larkin Moffatt Edmond O'Brien is prevented from finding work by the vengeful Charles Storrs Richard ...
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Overview

An excellent cast brings distinction to the pedestrian goings-on in Silver City. Per its title, the film is set in silver-mining country, with hopeful prospectors and greedy claim-jumpers abounding. The villain of the piece is miserly R. R. Jarboe Barry Fitzgerald, who holds the lease on the silver lode worked by heroine Candace Surrency Yvonne DeCarlo and her father Dutch Edgar Buchanan. Meanwhile, mining expert Larkin Moffatt Edmond O'Brien is prevented from finding work by the vengeful Charles Storrs Richard Arlen, who happens to be Candace's boyfriend. Murder rears its ugly head, resulting in all sorts of skullduggery, culminating in true melodramatic fashion in an old sawmill. The "bad girl" in Silver City is played by Laura Elliot, who later changed her name to Kasey Rogers and essayed the benign role of Mrs. Larry Tate on TV's Bewitched.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/29/2012
  • UPC: 887090039901
  • Original Release: 1951
  • Rating:

  • Source: Olive Films
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Remastered / Colorized
  • Time: 1:31:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 40,296

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Edmond O'Brien Larkin Moffatt
Yvonne de Carlo Candace Surrency
Barry Fitzgerald R.R. Jarboe
Richard Arlen Charles Storrs
Gladys George Mrs. Barber
Laura Elliot Josephine
Edgar Buchanan Dutch Surrency
Michael Moore Taff
John Dierkes Arnie
Frank Cordell
Don Dunning
John Mansfield
Leo J. McMahon Townsman
Boyd "Red" Morgan
Harvey Parry
James Van Horn
Warren Earl Fisk
Robert G. Anderson Rucker
Paul E. Burns Paxton
Cliff Clark Bartender
Frank Fenton Creede
Slim Gaut Storekeeper
Myron Healey Bleek
Billy House Malone
Ray Hyke Dacy
Howard Joslin Freed
Howard Negley Spence Fuller
James R. Scott Miner
Technical Credits
Byron Haskin Director
Franz Bachelin Art Director
Elmo Billings Editor
Frank Gruber Screenwriter
Nat Holt Producer
Hal Pereira Art Director
Ray Rennahan Cinematographer
Paul Sawtell Score Composer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Silver City
1. Chapter 1 [:12]
1. Opening [9:09]
2. New Life [10:32]
3. Leaving Town [12:06]
4. New Boss [12:12]
5. Evil Plan [14:31]
6. Sabotage [10:32]
7. The Trap [1:40]
8. Deal with the Devil [10:07]
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Disc #1 -- Silver City
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