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Film-maker Alex Cox introduces a season of classic cult films. Tonight:
Johnny Guitar
Joan Crawford
Sterling Hayden
Mercedes McCambridge rhis 'baroque' Western stars Joan Crawford as :he glamorous Vienna, owner of a gambling house in a wild Arizona valley with a claim to the surrounding land. But banker Emma Small and the local ranchers resent her presence, and the conflict mounts to fever pitch with Vienna employing the services of a mysterious stranger who calls himself 'Johnny Guitar '.
Screeplay by PHIUP YORDAN from the novel by ROY CHANSLOR Produced and directed by NICHOLAS RAY
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Introduces: Alex Cox
Unknown: Johnny Guitar
Unknown: Joan Crawford
Unknown: Sterling Hayden
Unknown: Mercedes McCambridge
Unknown: Joan Crawford
Unknown: Emma Small
Unknown: Johnny Guitar
Unknown: Phiup Yordan
Novel By: Roy Chanslor
Directed By: Nicholas Ray
Vienna: Joan Crawford
Johnny Guitar: Sterling Hayden
Dancin' Kid: Scott Brady
Emma Small: Mercedes McCambridge
McIvers: Ward Bond
Turkey: Ben Cooper
Old Tom: John Carradine
Bart Lonergen: Ernest Borgnine
Corey: Royal Dano
Marshal Williams: Frank Ferguson
Eddie: Paul Fix

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