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Many Rivers to Cross (23-Feb-1955)

Director: Roy Rowland

Writers: Harry Brown; Guy Trosper

From novel: Many Rivers to Cross by Steve Frezee

Music by: Cyril J. Mockridge

Producer: Jack Cummings

Keywords: Western/Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James Arness
26-May-1923 3-Jun-2011 Marshal Matt Dillon on Gunsmoke
Rosemary DeCamp
14-Nov-1910 20-Feb-2001 Yankee Doodle Dandy
Alan Hale, Jr.
8-Mar-1921 2-Jan-1990 The Skipper on Gilligan's Island
Josephine Hutchinson
12-Oct-1903 4-Jun-1998 North by Northwest
Russell Johnson
10-Nov-1924 16-Jan-2014 The Professor on Gilligan's Island
Victor McLaglen
11-Dec-1883 7-Nov-1959 The Informer
Eleanor Parker
26-Jun-1922 9-Dec-2013 Interrupted Melody
Sig Ruman
11-Oct-1884 14-Feb-1967 Stalag 17
Russ Tamblyn
30-Dec-1934   Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
Robert Taylor
5-Aug-1911 8-Jun-1969 Quo Vadis
Rhys Williams
31-Dec-1897 28-May-1969 The Bells of St. Mary's


Robert Taylor   ...   Bushrod Gentry
Eleanor Parker   ...   Mary Stuart Cherne
Victor McLaglen   ...   Cadmus Cherne
Russ Tamblyn   ...   Shields
Jeff Richards   ...   Fremont
James Arness   ...   Esau Hamilton
Alan Hale, Jr.   ...   Luke Radford
John Hudson   ...   Hugh
Rhys Williams   ...   Lige Blake
Josephine Hutchinson   ...   Mrs. Cherne
Sig Ruman   ...   Spectacle Man
Rosemary DeCamp   ...   Lucy Hamilton
Russell Johnson   ...   Banks
Ralph Moody   ...   Sandak
Abel Fernandez   ...   Slangoh


Review by Dougie Williams (posted on 2-Jun-2007)

This is one of the cutest & most entertaining films I think I have ever seen. I recorded it to VHS back in the early 90s & my two daughters loved it as well. Bushrod Gentry(Robert Taylor), was a confirmed bachelor, but loved the women. He would make the women swoon & then leave, making his way across the wilderness. Then he met his match...Eleanor Parker was gorgeous & determined to make him hers. Right down to a gunshot wedding, supported by her burley Father & her Brothers.!! From then on, it is a comedy roller coaster ride. He runs, while she follows (Walking Woman) with her Indian shadow close behind. They encounter hostile Indians, etc. z& she is great with that whip!. Clean-cut fun & entertainment for the whole family!!!

Review by heda (posted on 28-Sep-2005)

The movie is hilarious. Eleanor Parker and Robert Taylor have great chemistry. Robert Taylor is handsome and plays comedy with great patience and deliverance. Eleanor Parker is beautiful, especially with long red hair stremming down her back wearing buckskins and frighting an Indian with a whip. She could give Harrison Ford a lesson in the use of whipping your foe, as his Indiana Jones character he plays so well. All cast members make the show seems like you could be transported to early colonial USA.

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