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Jeremiah Johnson

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Jeremiah Johnson
© 1972 Warner Bros. − All right reserved.

Jeremiah Johnson

Poster for the movie "Jeremiah Johnson"
Release Date  10 September 1972 (1 h 48 min)
Directed by  Sydney Pollack
Writer 
Composer  Tim McIntire, John Rubinstein
Genres  Adventure, Western
Country   United States of America
Rating 
Not rated yet!

Synopsis and Details

A mountain man who wishes to live the life of a hermit becomes the unwilling object of a long vendetta by Indians when he proves to be the match of their warriors in one-to-one combat on the early frontier.

  • Year of production  1972
  • Release Date  10 September 1972
  • Local Release Date  10 September 1972
  • Revenue 
  • Budget 
  • Language  English


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Overview

His Mountain. His Peace. His Great Hunts. His Young Bride. With All That, It Should Have Been Different.

A mountain man who wishes to live the life of a hermit becomes the unwilling object of a long vendetta by Indians when he proves to be the match of their warriors in one-to-one combat on the early frontier.


Details

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  • Movie Media 
  • Movie Rating  Not rated
  • Movie Language 
  • Movie Subtitles 
  • Movie Format 

Metadata

  • TMDb ID  11943
  • Original Title  Jeremiah Johnson
  • Release Date  10 September 1972
  • Local Release Date  10 September 1972
  • Runtime  1 h 48 min
  • Production  Warner Bros., Sanford Productions (III)
  • Country   United States of America
  • Languages  English
  • Genres  Adventure, Western
  • Director  Sydney Pollack
  • Producer  Joe Wizan
  • Director of Photography  Duke Callaghan
  • Original Music Composer  Tim McIntire, John Rubinstein
  • Author 
  • Writer 
  • Certification  PG
  • Budget 
  • Revenue 
  • IMDb Id  tt0068762
  • Adult 
  • Homepage 

Directors



Scénario


Soundtrack

Tim McIntire
John Rubinstein

Production

Joe Wizan

Companies

Warner Bros.
Sanford Productions (III)

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High Plains Drifter

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High Plains Drifter
© 1973 Universal Pictures − All right reserved.

High Plains Drifter

Poster for the movie "High Plains Drifter"
Release Date  19 April 1973 (1 h 45 min)
Directed by  Clint Eastwood
Writer 
Composer  Dee Barton
Genres  Western
Country   United States of America
Rating 
Not rated yet!

Synopsis and Details

A gunfighting stranger comes to the small settlement of Lago. After gunning down three gunmen who tried to kill him, the townsfolk decide to hire the Stranger to hold off three outlaws who are on their way.

  • Year of production  1973
  • Release Date  19 April 1973
  • Local Release Date  19 April 1973
  • Revenue  $15,700,000
  • Budget  $5,500,000
  • Language  English


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Overview

Welcome to Hell

A gunfighting stranger comes to the small settlement of Lago. After gunning down three gunmen who tried to kill him, the townsfolk decide to hire the Stranger to hold off three outlaws who are on their way.


Details

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  • Movie Rating 
  • Movie Language 
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Metadata

  • TMDb ID  11901
  • Original Title  High Plains Drifter
  • Release Date  19 April 1973
  • Local Release Date  19 April 1973
  • Runtime  1 h 45 min
  • Production  Universal Pictures, Malpaso Productions
  • Country   United States of America
  • Languages  English
  • Genres  Western
  • Director  Clint Eastwood
  • Producer  Robert Daley
  • Director of Photography  Bruce Surtees
  • Original Music Composer  Dee Barton
  • Author 
  • Writer 
  • Certification  R
  • Budget  $5,500,000
  • Revenue  $15,700,000
  • IMDb Id  tt0068699
  • Adult 
  • Homepage 

Directors



Scénario


Soundtrack

Dee Barton

Production

Robert Daley

Companies

Universal Pictures
Malpaso Productions

Posters


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