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1n107 CHEYENNE AUTUMN 30x40 poster '64 John Ford, James Stewart, Richard Widmark, Edward G. Robinson

Date Sold 7/24/2008
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An Original Vintage Theatrical Unfolded Thirty by Forty Movie Poster (30x40; measures 30" x 40") (Learn More)

John Ford's Cheyenne Autumn, the 1964 John Ford Native American Indian epic cowboy western ("1,500 miles of heroism and incredible adventure!"; "Now the mightiest true adventure of all! Filmed by 6-time Academy Award winner John Ford... With a massive all-star cast!"; "[1] Thousands of troops sent west to pursue ragged band of Cheyenne. [2] Dull knife counterattacks a Fort Robinson Barracks to cover fleeing tribe. [3] Captain Thomas Archer and fiancee face peril of imminent massacre. [4] Red Shirt precipitates major encounter. [5] Frontier bathed in blood from Powder River to Beecher Island. [6] Indians face starvation as white hunters slaughter buffalo from trains. [7] Incredible frozen flight through savage winter. [8] Running fight, Dodge City vs. Cheyenne. [9] Medicine Lodge treaty"; "In its tremendous spectacle and excitement and in its torrent of emotions, it is the motion picture that must never be forgotten!"; about the outrageous mistreatment of Native American Indians) starring Richard Widmark, Carroll Baker, Karl Malden, Sal Mineo, Ricardo Montalban, Dolores Del Rio, Gilbert Roland, Arthur Kennedy, James Stewart (Jimmy Stewart; "as Wyatt Earp"), Edward G. Robinson ("as the Secretary of the Interior"), John Carradine, and George O'Brien. Note that George O'Brien had been a World War I soldier and Navy boxing champion, and after he left the Navy, he worked as a stuntman, and in 1924, John Ford picked him to star in his silent epic "The Iron Horse". He became a major silent star, and worked consistently in the 1930s, and then he re-enlisted at the start of World War II, when he was over 40 years old! After the war, his old friend and mentor John Ford gave him parts in three westerns, including this one!
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