Red Mountain (1951)

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    • Red Mountain (1951)

      RED MOUNTAIN
      aka Quantrill's Raiders

      DIRECTED BY WILLIAM DIETERLE/ JOHN FARROW
      PRODUCED BY HAL B. WALLIS
      PARAMOUNT PICTURES


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      Information from IMDb

      Plot Summary
      Towards the end of the American Civil War, a rebel captain flees to Colorado
      to join a band of Southern mercenaries.
      He drags an innocent gold prospecting couple into trouble when the husband
      is accused of a murder he committed.
      Written by Col Needham

      Full Cast
      Alan Ladd ... Capt. Brett Sherwood
      Lizabeth Scott ... Chris
      Arthur Kennedy ... Lane Waldron
      John Ireland ... Gen. William Quantrill
      Jeff Corey ... Sgt. Skee
      James Bell ... Dr. Terry
      Bert Freed ... Sgt. Randall
      Walter Sande ... Benjie
      Neville Brand ... Lt. Dixon
      Carleton Young ... Lt. Morgan
      Whit Bissell ... Miles
      Jay Silverheels ... Little Crow
      Francis McDonald ... Marshal Roberts
      Herbert Belles ... Indian Guard
      Iron Eyes Cody ... Ute Indian
      Ralph Moody ... George Meredyth, Undertaker
      Crane Whitley ... Cavalry Major
      Dan White ... Jim Braden, Assayer
      George J. Lewis ... Quantrell Man
      Emmett Lynn ... Old Posse Member

      Writing Credits
      George W. George screenplay
      George W. George story
      John Meredyth Lucas
      George F. Slavin screenplay
      George F. Slavin story

      Original Music
      Franz Waxman

      Cinematography
      Charles Lang

      Trivia
      John Farrow directed some scenes, uncredited, when William Dieterle was unavailable.

      Filming Locations
      Gallup, New Mexico, USA
      Best Wishes
      Keith
      London- England

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    • Re: (New Review) Civil War Movies- Red Mountain (1951)

      Red Mountain is a 1951 Western starring Alan Ladd.
      It is set in the last days of the US Civil War and involves
      an attempt by Quantrill's Raiders to stir up rebellion in the West.

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      A couple of Duke's 'Pals' to look out for,
      John Ireland, Neville Brand, Carleton Young,

      also look out for 'Tonto' Jay Silverheels

      User Review
      a lot of action!!
      24 September 2012 | by tmwest (S. Paulo, Brazil) s

      I always remember when having to choose between 2 films, one of them being John Ford's Rio Grande my father asked the opinion of the shoeshine boy who was polishing his shoes and had seen both. "Don't go to see Rio Grande he said, it is a western but it has only two action scenes, too little for mine or anybody's taste" That was also my opinion at that time, I was 9 years old. If instead I would have gone to see Red Mountain, I would have been in paradise. And I still enjoy this film as if I was a 9 year old. It is not easy to find a western with so much action as this one, but well planned action scenes with a beautiful background, top stars like Ladd, Lizabeth Scott, John Ireland, Arthur Kennedy and a screenplay that incorporates the action scenes in an intelligent way. Ladd who is pro Quantrell saves Arthur Kennedy from being lynched but ends up on a mountain together with Kennedy and his girlfriend Lizabeth Scott surrounded by Quantrell who has a lot of Indians on his side. Good cinematography, good entertainment and a lot of action.
      Best Wishes
      Keith
      London- England

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