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Where the River Bends


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James Stewart
Arthur Kennedy Rock Hudson Julia Adams.
James Stewart plays Glyn McLyntock , a seasoned guide hired to take an 1847 wagon train through Oregon to the north west frontier. Treachery, starvation, gold rush fever and Indian attack threaten the survival of the party.
Screenplay by BORDEN CHASE from the novel Bend of the Snake by BILL GULICK
Produced by AARON ROSENBERG Directed by ANTHONY MANN 0 FILMS page 18


Unknown: James Stewart
Unknown: Arthur Kennedy
Unknown: Rock Hudson
Unknown: Julia Adams.
Unknown: James Stewart
Unknown: Glyn McLyntock
Play By: Borden Chase
Unknown: Bill Gulick
Produced By: Aaron Rosenberg
Directed By: Anthony Mann
Glyn McLyntock: James Stewart
Emerson Cole: Arthur Kennedy
Laura Baile: Julia Adams
Trey Wilson: Rock Hudson
Marjie: Lori Nelson
Jeremy Baile: Jay C Flippen
Adam: Stepin' Fetchit
Shorty: Henry Morgan
Capt Mello: Chubby Johnson

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Where the River Bends

BBC Two England, 19 March 1989 15.00

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