Cattle Drive 1951 Joel McCrea Western
Stars of Cattle Drive: Joel McCrea, Dean Stockwell, Chill Wills
The spoiled young son of a wealthy railroad owner manages to get himself lost in the middle of nowhere. He is found by a cowboy on a cattle drive and the lad must start learning the hard lessons of working in a team if he wants to make it to San Diego.
Trivia: This was Dean Stockwell’s last film as a child actor. His next appearance on the big screen was five years later.
This a neat, colorful “Captains Courageous” variation, with veteran Joel McCrea and youngster Dean Stockwell combining really well. The moralizing and the sentimentality are underplayed and the action is excitingly staged by underrated director Kurt Neumann. All in all this oater is well worth catching.
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Product Information for Cattle Drive
- Director: Kurt Neumann
- Country: USA
- Language: English
- Production Co: Universal International Pictures (UI)
- Run time: 77 minutes
- Sound Mix: Mono (Western Electric Recording)
- Color: Color (Technicolor)
This movie is reproduced on a professional-grade DVD-R disc and comes in a DVD jewel case. Artwork is on the DVD exactly as shown in the image.
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Joel McCrea Movies Available
- 1932 – The Most Dangerous Game
- 1932 – The Sport Parade
- 1936 – Come and Get It
- 1937 – Wells Fargo
- 1937 – Internes Can’t Take Money
- 1940 – Primrose Path
- 1944 – Buffalo Bill
- 1946 – Virginian, The
- 1947 – Ramrod
- 1948 – Four Faces West
- 1950 – Stars In My Crown
- 1950 – Saddle Tramp
- 1953 – The Lone Hand
- 1955 – Stranger on Horseback
- 1956 – The Tall Stranger
- 1957 – Trooper Hook
- 1958 – Frenchie
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