Texas

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Texas was Columbia Pictures' lighthearted and frankly more enjoyable follow-up to its 1940 big-budget western Arizona. William Holden and Glenn Ford, looking collectively 28 years old, play a couple of ex-Confederate soldiers who get into all sorts of trouble in a wide-open Texas town. The two split up, whereupon Ford takes a job on Joseph Crehan's ranch; by and by, he falls in love with Crehan's daughter Clare Trevor. Meanwhile, Holden has joined a gang of rustlers headed by town dentist Edgar Buchanan in real ...
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Texas was Columbia Pictures' lighthearted and frankly more enjoyable follow-up to its 1940 big-budget western Arizona. William Holden and Glenn Ford, looking collectively 28 years old, play a couple of ex-Confederate soldiers who get into all sorts of trouble in a wide-open Texas town. The two split up, whereupon Ford takes a job on Joseph Crehan's ranch; by and by, he falls in love with Crehan's daughter Clare Trevor. Meanwhile, Holden has joined a gang of rustlers headed by town dentist Edgar Buchanan in real life, Buchanan had been a practicing dentist, retaining his license well into the sixties just in case things slowed down in Hollywood. Ex-friends Ford and Holden confront each other again when Holden tries to steal the cattle that Ford is driving across the state to Abilene. Complicating matters is the fact that Holden, too, carries a torch for Trevor. Though packed with action and suspense, Texas never loses its subliminal sense of humor, a fact that can be attributed to its director, slapstick comedy veteran George Marshall.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/5/2005
  • UPC: 043396073470
  • Original Release: 1941
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  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Subtitled / B&W / Full Frame
  • Time: 1:33:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
William Holden Dan Thomas
Glenn Ford Tod Ramsey
Claire Trevor "Mike" King
George Bancroft Windy Miller
Edgar Buchanan Doc Thorpe
Don Beddoe Sheriff
Andrew Tombes Tennessee
Addison Richards Matt Laskan
Edmund MacDonald Comstock
Joseph Crehan Dusty King
Willard Robertson Wilson
Pat Moriarity Matthews
Edmund Cobb Blaire
James Flavin Announcer
William Gould Cattle Buyer
Raymond Hatton Judge
Jack Ingram Henchman
Ethan Laidlaw Henry's Handler
Lyle Latell Dutch Henry
Ralph Peters Deputy
Duke York Wise Guy
Carleton Young
Technical Credits
George Marshall Director
Lionel Banks Art Director
Sam Bischoff Producer
Michael Blankfort Screenwriter
William Lyon Editor
Horace McCoy Screenwriter
George B. Meehan Cinematographer
Lewis Meltzer Original Story, Screenwriter
Morris W. Stoloff Musical Direction/Supervision
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Start [7:00]
2. Fifty Dollar Fight [12:25]
3. Robbing the Robbers [4:40]
4. "Thanks for the Lift." [8:31]
5. On the House [8:14]
6. Cattle Thieves [8:01]
7. Meetings and Music [6:59]
8. Windy's Plan [7:39]
9. To Abilene [7:03]
10. "Hand Over That Money." [8:00]
11. Uneasy Partners [5:43]
12. "This Is It, Doc." [9:08]
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