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John McCabe (Warren Beatty) and Constance Miller (Julie Christie)
John McCabe (Warren Beatty) and Constance Miller (Julie Christie)

Thumbnail for McCabe & Mrs. Miller (1971) McCabe & Mrs. Miller (1971)

Basic Info Rusty's rating: 78
Notable as: Action/AdventureGenre: Western, Adventure Film, Action/Adventure, Revisionist Western, DramaMain subject: gambling, prostitutionNarrative location: WashingtonRuntime: 120 - 121 minutesColor: colorLanguage: EnglishCountry: United StatesFilming location: VancouverDirector: Robert AltmanScreenwriter: Robert AltmanMusic: Leonard CohenCinematography: Vilmos ZsigmondStars: Warren Beatty, Julie Christie, Shelley Duvall, Keith Carradine, William Devane, Michael Murphy, Bert Remsen, John Schuck, René Auberjonois, Jeremy NewsonProducer: David FosterAwards won: National Film RegistryAward nominations: Academy Award for Best Actress (Julie Christie)Award details: (details at IMDb)
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McCabe & Mrs. Miller is a 1971 American Western film starring Warren Beatty and Julie Christie, and directed by Robert Altman. The screenplay is based on Edmund Naughton's 1959 novel McCabe. Altman referred to it as an "anti-western film" because the film ignores or subverts a number of Western conventions. In 2010, the film was selected for inclusion in the National Film Registry of the United States.


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