DIRECTED BY ANTHONY MANN
PRODUCED BY HAL W. WALLIS
INFORMATION FROM IMDb
The 1870s, New Mexico territory: T.C. Jeffords is a cattle baron who built his ranch,
the Furies, from scratch. He borrows from banks, pays hired hands with his own script
("T.C.'s"), and carries on low-level warfare with the Mexicans who settled the land
but are now considered squatters. He has enemies, including Rip Darrow,
a saloon owner who's father T.C. took land from.
His headstrong daughter, Vance, has a life-long friend in one of the Mexicans,
her heart set on Rip, and dad's promise she'll run the Furies someday.
Her hopes are smashed by Rip's revenge, a gold-digger who turns T.C.'s head,
and T.C.'s own murderous imperialism.
Is Vance to be cursed by fury and hatred?
Written by jhailey
Barbara Stanwyck ... Vance Jeffords
Wendell Corey ... Rip Darrow
Walter Huston ... T. C. Jeffords
Judith Anderson ... Flo Burnett
Gilbert Roland ... Juan Herrera
Thomas Gomez ... El Tigre
Beulah Bondi ... Mrs. Anaheim
Albert Dekker ... Mr. ReynoldsJohn Bromfield ...
Wallace Ford ... Scotty Hyslip
Blanche Yurka ... Herrera Mother Louis Jean Heydt ...
Frank Ferguson ... Dr. Grieve
Charles Evans ... Old Anaheim
Movita ... Chiquita (as Movita Casteneda)
Craig Kelly ... Young Anaheim
Myrna Dell ... Dallas Hart
Charles Schnee ... (screenplay)
Niven Busch ... (from a novel by)
Hal B. Wallis ... producer (as Hal Wallis)
Lee Garmes ... (uncredited)
Final film of Walter Huston,
Cinematographer Lee Garmes shot part of this film, uncredited.
Empire Ranch, Sonoita, Arizona, USA
San Pedro River, Arizona, USA
Sonoita, Arizona, USA
Skeleton Canyon, Arizona, USA
Paramount Studios - 5555 Melrose Avenue, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA (studio)