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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Edna Anhalt; Milton Gunzburg; Michel Kraike; Alfred E Green; Russell Metty; William Fritzsche; Bernard Herzbrun; Robert Boyle; R A Gausman; John P Austin; Leslie I Carey; Glenn E Anderson; Ted Kent; Joan St Oegger; Bud Westmore; Walter Scharf; Arnold Hughes; Frederick Herbert; Burl Ives; Wanda Hendrix; Audie Murphy; Dean Jagger; Richard Rober; Tony Curtis; Houseley Stevenson; Elliott Reid; Elizabeth Risdon; Roy Roberts; Sara Allgood; Erskine Sanford; John Doucette; James Arness; I Stanford Jolley; Stuart Hardy; Universal-International (Firm); Universal Pictures Company.
|Notes:||Western with songs; feature.
"Based on a novel by Stuart Hardy."
Playing time on release was 83 min., according to: Variety review, Apr. 26, 1950.
"Color by Technicolor. Western Electric Recording."
Copyright: Universal Pictures Co., Inc.; 14Apr50; LP120.
"Approved, MPAA, certificate no. 14232."
|Credits:||Director of photography, Russell Metty; Technicolor color consultant, William Fritzsche. Art direction, Bernard Herzbrun, Robert F. Boyle; set decorations, Russell A. Gausman, John Austin; sound, Leslie I. Carey, Glenn E. Anderson. Film editor, Ted Kent; hair stylist, Joan St. Oegger; make-up, Bud Westmore. Music, Walter Scharf. End of the road, Hideaway, Black Angus McDougal, Drift along, by Arnold Hughes and Frederick Herbert; The whale song, Sarah the mule, by Burl Ives.|
|Performer(s):||The players: Starring Wanda Hendrix (Riley Martin), Audie Murphy (Ring Hassard), Burl Ives (Lonesome). With Dean Jagger (Jeff Hassard), Richard Rober (Big Matt), Anthony Curtis (Brent Coulter), Houseley Stevenson (Sam Coulter), Elliott Reid (Duke Lafferty), Griff Barnett (Dr. Robbins), Elisabeth Risdon (Aunt Susan), Roy Roberts (Sheriff Knudsen), Gregg Martell (Hogan). Sara Allgood (Mrs. Jonas); Erskine Sanford (Judge Prentiss); John Doucette (Jed Coulter); Jim Arness (Little Sam); Ted Jordan (Jim Coulter); I. Stanford Jolley (Snake willens); Jack Ingram (Al).|
|Responsibility:||a Universal-International picture ; screenplay by Edna Anhalt ; additional dialogue by Milton Gunzburg ; produced by Michel Kraike ; directed by Alfred E. Green.|