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Film Matinee: The Hallelujah Trail


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Burt Lancaster , Lee Remick
Whisky stocks have got dangerously low in Denver and serious drinkers are relieved to hear that 40 wagon-loads of supplies are on the way. Unfortunately for them, two separate bands of people are determined to prevent the wagon train from reaching Denver: the local Indians and a brigade of temperance women led by the formidable Cora Templeton Massingale.
Screenplay by JOHN GAY
From the novel by HILL GULICK . Produced and directed by JOHN STURGES. Films:page 14


Unknown: Burt Lancaster
Unknown: Cora Templeton
Play By: John Gay
Novel By: Hill Gulick
Directed By: John Sturges.
Col Thadeus Gearhart: Burt Lancaster
Cora Templeton Massingale: Lee Remick
Captain Paul Slater: Jim Hutton
Louise Gearhart: Pamela Tiffin
Oracle Jones: Donald Pleasence
Frank Wallingham: Brian Keith
Chief Walks-Stooped-Over: Martin Landau
Sgt Buell: John Anderson
Kevin O'Flaherty: Tom Stern
Chief Five Barrels: Robert J Wilke

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Film Matinee: The Hallelujah Trail

BBC One London, 29 July 1984 14.05

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