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Basic Info Rusty's rating: 81
Notable as: Action/AdventureGenre: Western, Action/AdventureNarrative location: KansasRuntime: 92 - 93 minutesColor: black-and-white filmLanguage: EnglishCountry: United StatesDirector: Anthony MannScreenwriter: Borden Chase, Robert L. RichardsMusic: Walter ScharfCinematography: William H. DanielsStars: James Stewart, Shelley Winters, Stephen McNally, Rock Hudson, Tony Curtis, Charles Drake, Dan Duryea, John Alexander, James Best, Jay C. Flippen Producer: Aaron RosenbergStudio: Universal StudiosAward details: (details at IMDb)
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Winchester '73 is a 1950 American Western film directed by Anthony Mann and starring James Stewart, Shelley Winters, Dan Duryea, and Stephen McNally. Written by Borden Chase and Robert L. Richards, the film is about the journey of a prized rifle from one ill-fated owner to another and a cowboy's search for a murderous fugitive. The movie features early film performances by Rock Hudson as an American Indian, Tony Curtis, and James Best. The film received a Writers Guild of America Award nomination for Best Written American Western. This is the first Western film collaboration between Anthony Mann and James Stewart. It was filmed in black and white.


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