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Canadian Pacific (19-May-1949)

Director: Edwin L. Marin

Writers: Jack DeWitt; Kenneth Gamet

Music Written and Directed by: Dimitri Tiomkin

Producer: Nat Holt

Keywords: Western

A railroad surveyor must complete the Canadian Pacific, battling the elements, the land, trappers, and Indians, while also handling two leading ladies. Randolph Scott's worst western, though fun at times.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert Barrat
Actor
10-Jul-1889 7-Jan-1970 The Kennel Murder Case
Victor Jory
Actor
23-Nov-1902 12-Feb-1982 Cat-Women of the Moon
J. Carrol Naish
Actor
21-Jan-1896 24-Jan-1973 Sahara
Nancy Olson
Actor
14-Jul-1928   Sunset Blvd.
Walter Sande
Actor
9-Jul-1906 22-Feb-1972 Character actor
Randolph Scott
Actor
23-Jan-1898 2-Mar-1987 Ride the High Country
Jane Wyatt
Actor
12-Aug-1910 20-Oct-2006 Father Knows Best

CAST

Randolph Scott   ...   Tom Andrews
with
Jane Wyatt   ...   Dr. Edith Cabot
J. Carrol Naish   ...   Dynamite Dawson
Victor Jory   ...   Dirk Rourke
And Introducing
Nancy Olson   ...   Cecille Gautier
and
Robert Barrat   ...   Cornelius Van Horne
Walter Sande   ...   Mike Brannigan
Grandon Rhodes   ...   Dr. Mason
Don Haggerty   ...   Cagle
John Parrish   ...   Mr. Gautier
Mary Kent   ...   Mrs. Gautier
John Hamilton   ...   Pere Lacomb
Howard Negley   ...   Mallis
Richard Wessel   ...   Bailey

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