DIRECTED BY JACQUES TOURNEUR
INFORMATION FROM IMDb
In 1856, backwoods businessman Logan Stuart escorts Lucy Overmire, his friend's fiancée, back home to remote Jacksonville, Oregon; in the course of the hard journey, Lucy is attracted to Logan, whose heart seems to belong to another. Once arrived in Jacksonville, a welter of subplots involve villains, fair ladies, romantic triangles, gambling fever, murder, a cabin-raising, and vigilantism...culminating with an Indian uprising that threatens all the settlers. No canyon in sight.
Written by Rod Crawford
Dana Andrews ... Logan Stuart
Brian Donlevy ... George Camrose
Susan Hayward ... Lucy Overmire
Patricia Roc ... Caroline Marsh
Ward Bond ... Honey Bragg
Hoagy Carmichael ... Hi Linnet
Fay Holden ... Mrs. Overmire
Stanley Ridges ... Jonas Overmire
Lloyd Bridges ... Johnny Steele
Andy Devine ... Ben Dance
Victor Cutler ... Vane Blazier
Rose Hobart ... Marta Lestrade
Halliwell Hobbes ... Clenchfield
James Cardwell ... Gray Bartlett
Onslow Stevens ... Jack Lestrade
Tad Devine ... Asa Dance (as The Devine Kids) (as Tad and Denny)
Denny Devine ... Bushrod Dance (as The Devine Kids) (as Tad and Denny)
and many more...
Ernest Haycox ... (adapted from the Saturday Evening Post novel "Canyon Passage")
Ernest Pascal ... (screenplay)
Alexander Golitzen ... associate producer
Walter Wanger ... producer
Frank Skinner ... (uncredited)
"The Hedda Hopper Show - This Is Hollywood" broadcast a 30 minute radio adaptation of the movie on October 19, 1946 with Susan Hayward reprising her film role.
In place of the glittering black-&-white Art Deco glass globe ("A Universal Picture") with rotating stars that opened Universal films from 1939-46, this early Universal Technicolor film opens with a still card, a colored globe with letters superimposed: "A Universal Picture".
At the beginning of the film, after Logan deposits his gold,
he is shown crossing the street in the rain. In the long shot he gets one foot on the sidewalk, but in the next closer shot he is still a few feet from the sidewalk and then steps onto it again.
Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, USA (Indians on warpath at 1: 14)
Backlot, Universal Studios - 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, California, USA (Laramie Street area in 1959)
Diamond Lake, Oregon, USA
Umpqua National Forest, Oregon, USA
Watch the Movie
[extendedmedia] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XnDqEaETHSo [/extendedmedia]
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