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Cimarron (1931)

Cimarron
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Richard Dix Richard Dix
Yancey Cravat
Irene Dunne Irene Dunne
Sabra Cravat
Estelle Taylor Estelle Taylor
Dixie Lee
Nance O Nance O'Neil
Felice Venable
Roscoe Ates Roscoe Ates
Jesse Rickey
George E. Stone George E. Stone
Sol Levy
Stanley Fields Stanley Fields
Lon Yountis


Written by (View all)
Edna Ferber Edna Ferber
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Howard Estabrook Howard Estabrook
(screen version)


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Description: The Best Picture of 1931 chronicles one family's experiences in the restless days of settling the American West. Adapted from Edna Ferber's sweeping novel, ... Full Descriptionthe story tracks the growth of an Oklahoma town and the homesteaders who came there from the 1890s through the 1920s. Remade in 1960. Remade in 1961 by director Anthony Mann starring Glenn Ford as Yancey Cravat and Maria Schell as Sabra. Additional cast: Nance O'Neil (Felice Venable), Frank Beal (Louis Venable), Donald Diloway (Elder Cim), Junior Johnson (Cim Younger), and Douglas Scott (Cim Youngest). Additional credits: Howard Estabrook (continuity ... (more)
Release date: 9 February 1931
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OSCAR'S BEST PICTURE WINNERS by YEAR (89 movies items)

" A newspaper editor settles in an Oklahoma boom town with his reluctant wife at the end of the nineteenth century. Won 3: Best PictureBest Writing, AdaptationBest Art DirectionNominated 4: Best Actor in a Leading Role (Richard Dix)Best Actress in a Leading Role (Irene Dunne)Best Director (Wesley Ruggles)Best Cinematography "


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