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Category: Action/Adventure, Drama, Romance, WesternNotable as: Action/AdventureSub-Category: Western, Action/Adventure, Family Drama, DramaRuntime: 96 - 98 minutesColor: colorLanguage: EnglishCountry: United StatesDirector: Edward DmytrykScreenwriter: Richard MurphyMusic: Leigh HarlineCinematography: Joseph MacDonaldStars: Spencer Tracy, Robert Wagner, Jean Peters, Richard Widmark, Katy Jurado, Hugh O'Brian, Earl Holliman, E. G. Marshall, Philip Ober, Robert Burton, Carl Benton Reid, Eduard FranzProducer: Sol C. SiegelAwards won: Academy Award for Best StoryAward nominations: Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress (Katy Jurado)Award details: (details at IMDb)

Broken Lance is a 1954 Western film made by Twentieth Century-Fox, directed by Edward Dmytryk and produced by Sol C. Siegel. The movie stars Spencer Tracy and features Robert Wagner, Jean Peters and Richard Widmark,. Shot in color and CinemaScope, the film is a remake of House of Strangers with the Phillip Yordan screenplay, transplanted out west, featuring Tracy in the original Edward G. Robinson role, this time as a cowboy cattle baron rather than a Lower East Side Italian immigrant banker in New York City.

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