Tall in the Saddle

Overview

John Wayne stars in the hard-driving oater Tall in the Saddle, which was co-written by character actor Paul Fix. Wayne plays Rocklin, a chauvinistic cowboy who arrives at the KC Ranch in Santa Inez to apply for a job as a foreman. But when he finds that the owner has died and that the ranch is now being run by two women --Clara Cardell Audrey Long and her aunt Miss Martin Elizabeth Risdon-- he hardheadedly refuses to work for the women. But later on, Clara comes looking for Rocklin, asking his help in obtaining a...
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Overview

John Wayne stars in the hard-driving oater Tall in the Saddle, which was co-written by character actor Paul Fix. Wayne plays Rocklin, a chauvinistic cowboy who arrives at the KC Ranch in Santa Inez to apply for a job as a foreman. But when he finds that the owner has died and that the ranch is now being run by two women --Clara Cardell Audrey Long and her aunt Miss Martin Elizabeth Risdon-- he hardheadedly refuses to work for the women. But later on, Clara comes looking for Rocklin, asking his help in obtaining a letter from the town's corrupt judge Garvey Ward Bond that proves that Clara is old enough to be the legal owner of the ranch. Rocklin arrives in Garvey's office just after Garvey has burned the letter. The two tangle, with Rocklin sending Garvey crashing through his door. After the fight, Rocklin meets Arly Harolday Ella Raines, another female ranch owner. Rocklin's views on women enrage Arly so much that she gets her stepfather Donald Douglas to hire him to work on her ranch, just so she can fire him. But in spite of Rocklin's primitive attitudes, Arly falls in love with him. Meanwhile, things are heating up as Garvey and other corrupt officials try to get control of the KC ranch. In order to get rid of Rocklin, a murder rap is pinned on him, forcing him to leave town. Hiding out at the KC ranch, he learns that he is the nephew of the ranch's dead owner and the rightful heir. Arly arrives to help Rocklin and to tell him that the murder Rocklin is accused of committing was actually committed by Arly's stepfather, who is working with Garvey and Miss Martin to get the deed to the ranch. With all that information under his cowboy hat, Rocklin cocks his gun and goes out to face the bad guys for a final showdown.
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Special Features

John Wayne trailer gallery; Subtitles: English, Français & Español (feature film only)
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/22/2007
  • UPC: 053939791624
  • Original Release: 1941
  • Rating:

  • Source: Turner Home Ent
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Full Frame
  • Presentation: Repackaged / Subtitled / Special Packaging / Full Frame
  • Time: 1:27:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 28,409

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
John Wayne Rocklin
Ella Raines Arly Harolday
Audrey Long Clara Cardell
George "Gabby" Hayes Dave
Ward Bond "Judge" Garvey
Elizabeth Risdon Miss Martin
Donald Douglas Mr. Harolday
Russell Wade Clint Harolday
Frank Puglia Juan Tala
Paul Fix Bob Clews
Harry Woods George Clews
Emory Parnell Sheriff Jackson
Raymond Hatton Zeke
Erville Alderson
Walter S. Baldwin Stan
Clem Bevans
George Chandler
Frank Darien
William Desmond
Russell Hopton
Cy Kendall Cap, the Bartender
Bob McKenzie Doc Riding
Frank Orth Ferdy Davis
Russell Simpson Pat
Eddy Waller
Wheaton Chambers Ab Jenkins
Technical Credits
Edwin L. Marin Director
Constantin Bakaleinikoff Musical Direction/Supervision
Ralph Berger Art Director
Albert S. D'Agostino Art Director
Robert de Grasse Cinematographer
Robert M. Fellows Producer
Paul Fix Screenwriter
Michael Hogan Screenwriter
Philip Martin Editor
Harry Scott Asst. Director
Darrell Silvera Set Decoration/Design
William L. Stevens Set Decoration/Design
Edward Stevenson Costumes/Costume Designer
John E. Tribby Sound/Sound Designer
Vernon Walker Special Effects
Theron Warth Associate Producer
Roy Webb Score Composer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Tall in the Saddle
1. Credits [1:18]
2. All Aboard the Stage [4:04]
3. In a Hurry [4:02]
4. Matter of the Law [4:06]
5. I'm Driving [3:13]
6. Upper Hand [6:04]
7. Trigger-Fingered Arly [4:02]
8. One Job to Another [4:20]
9. Gonna Be Trouble [4:44]
10. Working for Women [4:18]
11. Rancor Over Rocklin [5:21]
12. Tall in the Saddle [4:22]
13. Night Visitors [5:48]
14. Fired by the Boss [:58]
15. Disagreement With the Judge [1:46]
16. No Woman for Him [5:13]
17. A Bullet for Clint [3:06]
18. Framed [3:57]
19. Rightful Owner [4:08]
20. Uncovered Wagon [3:24]
21. The Killer [2:54]
22. Where He Belongs [2:38]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Tall in the Saddle
   Play Movie
   Scene Selections
   Special Features
      Wayne Trailer Gallery
         Tall in the Saddle (1944)
         Fort Apache (1948)
         Blood Alley (1955)
         The Sea Chase (1955)
         The Train Robbers (1972)
         Cahill: United States Marshall (1973)
         McQ (1974)
   Languages
      Spoken Languages
         English
      Subtitles
         English
         Français
         Español
         Off
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