Green Fire movie trailer - starring Grace Kelly, Stewart Granger, Paul Douglas, Murvyn Vye, John Ericson, Jose Torvay. Genre: Action-Adventure
Rating: Not Rated
In Dean's final film, a young Texan becomes wealthy in the oil industry and gets into a power struggle with his former employer. Ten Academy Award nominations including Best Picture!
Acclaimed version of John Nichols' account of a Chicano farmer's attempts to irrigate his small plot of land despite the objections of fellow townspeople and New Mexico land developers. Terrific ensemble!
The Hitch-Hiker movie trailer - starring Edmond O'Brien, Frank Lovejoy, Jose Torvay, Sam Hayes, William Talman. Directed by Ida Lupino. Theatrical Release Date: 4/29/1953
Funny vehicle for Martin, as a brain surgeon with a gold-digging wife who falls in love with the brain of a wonderful woman in need of a body. Turner is terrifically bitchy!
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Giant -- Sprawling epic covering the life of a Texas cattle rancher and his family and associates.
Giant -- Book Trailer for Giant
Giant -- A wealthy Texan marries a strong beautiful girl and their adjustments to life are interwoven with problems of Mexican workers and an ambitious ranch hand who becomes an oil tycoon.
The Hitch-Hiker movie trailer - starring Edmond O'Brien, Frank Lovejoy, Jose Torvay, William Talman, Sam Hayes. Directed by Ida Lupino. Theatrical Release Date: 4/29/1953
Green Fire movie trailer - starring Stewart Granger, Grace Kelly, John Ericson, Paul Douglas, Murvyn Vye, Jose Torvay. Genre: Action-Adventure
Rating: Not Rated
Nearly 500 residents of the agricultural community of Milagro in the mountains of northern New Mexico face a crisis when politicians and business interests make a backroom deal to usurp the town's water in order to pave the way for a land buy-out. Due to the new laws, Joe Mondragon is unable to make a living farming because he is not allowed to divert water from an irrigation ditch that runs past his property.
Frustrated, and unable to find work, Joe visits his father's field. He happens upon a tag that reads 'prohibited' covering a valve on the irrigation ditch. He kicks the valve, unintentionally breaking it, allowing water to flood his fields. He decides against repairing the valve and instead decides to plant beans in the field. This leads to a confrontation with powerful state interests, including a hired gun brought in from out of town.
An escalation of events follows, leading to a final showdown between law enforcement and the citizens of Milagro.
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