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Cimarron

Year:
Duration:
147 min
Genres:
Drama | Western
IMDB rate:
6.4
Director:
Anthony Mann
Awards:
Nominated for 2 Oscars. Another 1 win
Details
Country: USA
Release Date: 1961-03-24
Filming Locations: Century Ranch, Malibu Creek State Park - 1925 Las Virgenes Road, Calabasas, California, USA
Cast
Actor
Character
Glenn Ford
Glenn Ford
Cimarron
Maria Schell
Sabra Cravat
Anne Baxter
Dixie Lee
Arthur O'Connell
Tom Wyatt
Russ Tamblyn
William Hardy /
Mercedes McCambridge
Mrs. Sarah Wyatt
Vic Morrow
Wes Jennings
Robert Keith
Sam Pegler
Charles McGraw
Bob Yountis
Harry Morgan
Jessie Rickey
David Opatoshu
Sol Levy
Aline MacMahon
Mrs. Mavis Pegler
Lili Darvas
Felicia Venable
Mary Wickes
Mrs. Neal Hefner
Royal Dano
Ike Howes
L.Q. Jones
Millis
George Brenlin
Hoss Barry
Vladimir Sokoloff
Jacob Krubeckoff
Andy Albin
Water Man (uncredited)
Rayford Barnes
Cavalry Sergeant Who Breaks Up Fight (uncredited)
Herman Belmonte
Dancer at Ball (uncredited)
Mary Benoit
Mrs. Lancey (uncredited)
Barry Bernard
Butler (uncredited)
Jimmie Booth
Wagon Driver (uncredited)
Danny Borzage
Townsman (uncredited)
Chet Brandenburg
Townsman (uncredited)
Janet Brandt
Madam Rhoda (uncredited)
Paul Bryar
Mr. Self - Politician (uncredited)
Robert Carson
Senator Rollins (uncredited)
John L. Cason
Suggs (uncredited)
William Challee
Barber (uncredited)
Mickie Chouteau
Ruby Red Feather (uncredited)
Fred Coby
Oil Worker (uncredited)
Gene Coogan
Butler / Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Daly
Wyatt's Man (uncredited)
John Damler
Foreman (uncredited)
Richard Davies
Mr. Hodges (uncredited)
George DeNormand
Townsman at Celebration (uncredited)
James Dime
Townsman (uncredited)
Phyllis Douglas
Sadie (uncredited)
Ted Eccles
Cimarron Cravat - Age 2
LaRue Farlow
Dancer (uncredited)
Franklyn Farnum
Townsman at Schoolhouse (uncredited)
Coleman Francis
Mr. Geer (uncredited)
Ben Gary
Reporter (uncredited)
James Halferty
Cimarron Cravat - Age 10
Sam Harris
Ball Guest (uncredited)
Lars Hensen
Dancer at Ball (uncredited)
Clegg Hoyt
Grat Gotch (uncredited)
Irene James
Townswoman (uncredited)
Colin Kenny
Townsman at Schoolhouse (uncredited)
Paul Kruger
Party Guest (uncredited)
Jimmy Lewis
Hefner Boy (uncredited)
Dawn Little Sky
Arita Red Feather
Eddie Little Sky
Ben Red Feather
Buzz Martin
Cimarron Cravat as a Young Man
Kermit Maynard
Setter (uncredited)
Mathew McCue
Townsman (uncredited)
Walter Merrill
Reporter (uncredited)
Jack Perry
Townsman (uncredited)
John Pickard
Ned - Cavalry Captain (uncredited)
Ralph Reed
Bellboy (uncredited)
William Remick
Reporter (uncredited)
Gene Roth
Connors (uncredited)
Jack Scroggy
Mr. Walter (uncredited)
Charles Seel
Charles (uncredited)
Bernard Sell
Townsman at Celebration (uncredited)
Jack Stoney
Man at Lynching (uncredited)
Harry Tenbrook
Sooner at Camp Fight (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey
Dancer at Ball (uncredited)
Ivan Triesault
Lewis Venable - Sabra's Father
Charles Watts
Lou Brothers - Politician (uncredited)
Helen Westcott
Miss Kuye - Schoolteacher (uncredited)
Robert Williams
Oil Worker (uncredited)
Jeane Wood
Clubwoman (uncredited)
Wilson Wood
Reporter (uncredited)
Jorie Wyler
Theresa Jump (uncredited)
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Trivia
Opening credits prologue: At high noon April 22, 1889 a section of the last unsettled territories in America was to be given free to the first people who claimed it. They came from the north and they came from the south and they came from across the sea. In just one day an entire territory would be settled. A new state would be born. They called it Oklahoma.
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Director Anthony Mann was fired near the end of filming and replaced by Charles Walters.
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Eva Marie Saint was considered for the role of Sabra.
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Goofs
In the scene where Jessie Rickey is using a letterpress to print "wanted" posters of the Cherokee Kid and his gang, even though he handed a "fresh" copy to Yancey Cravat, he is running the press dry which would yield no printed impressions - on letterpresses of that type, ink would be applied to the lead type with a roller before the paper is laid down to be run through the press. Plus, he is taking the finished copies off and without looking placing them face down - any printer worth his salt would inspect every print for quality before setting it aside.
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During the land rush, several men lasso an Indian driving a wagon and the rope is shown tightening around his neck as they pull him off. In the next scene, they are shown dragging him on the ground, but the rope is now around his waist.
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In the New Year's Eve party, colored party balloons fall from the ceiling at midnight. But "twisty neck" party balloons were not developed until the 1950s.
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Faq
Q
Steve McQueen---Was He Suppose to Star in "Cimarron"?
A
Chicago Tribune, October 29, 1959, s. 3, p. 9, c. 1:LOOKING AT HOLLYWOODMcQueen Hot as a Pistolby Hedda HopperHollywood, Oct. 28---Steve McQueen's hotter than the pistols he handles in TV's Wanted--Dead or Alive. I wasn't here to see the preview of "Never So Few" with Frank Sinatra and Gina Lollobrigida, but I'm told he steals it. Frankie told me he would while they were making it; now Metro wants Steve for "Cimarron" with Glenn Ford and Maria Schell. He's so busy acting he no longer has time for racing, which is a blessing. . . .________________________________
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Photos from cast
Glenn Ford Edgar Buchanan J. Edward McKinley
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