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Wind Across the Everglades (11-Sep-1958)

Director: Nicholas Ray

Writer: Budd Schulberg

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Peter Falk
Actor
16-Sep-1927 23-Jun-2011 Detective Columbo
Burl Ives
Singer
14-Jun-1909 14-Apr-1995 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
MacKinlay Kantor
Author
4-Feb-1904 11-Oct-1977 Andersonville
Emmett Kelly
Performance Artist
9-Dec-1898 28-Mar-1979 Weary Willy, circus clown
Gypsy Rose Lee
Dancer
9-Feb-1911 26-Apr-1970 Terpsichorean ecdysiast
Christopher Plummer
Actor
13-Dec-1929   A Beautiful Mind
George Voskovec
Actor
19-Jun-1905 1-Jul-1981 12 Angry Men

REVIEWS

Review by Paul Arnold (posted on 24-Nov-2007)

This movie has become almost impossible to get. A few film reels may exist, but it has never been reproduced on VHS or DVD as far as anyone can tell. Wind Across The Everglades captures the wild dangerous beauty of early 1900s Florida. A brief synopsis as I remember it: Christopher Plummer is a young game warden intent on reining in Florida Everglades "Crackers", like Burl Ives' notorious character, "Cottonmouth", who make their living poaching wildlife. In a totally believable twist, Plummer actually wins the admiration and protection of Cottonmouth and his life is spared from the usual fate of game wardens in the early "Glades. The film must have been shot on location because the scenery is awesome and authentic. We wish this film could be found and released on DVD. It has a good plot and is a genuine peek into the lives of Everglades pioneers circa 1900.


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