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Paint Your Wagon (1969)

Ben and Pardner shared everything -- even their wife!

Original Title : Paint Your Wagon
Director : Joshua Logan
Writer : Paddy Chayefsky
Alan Jay Lerner
Genre : Comedy
Musical/Western
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : Alan Jay Lerner , Tom Shaw
Music : Frederick Loewe
André Previn
Nelson Riddle
Photography : William A. Fraker
Distributor : CIC-Taft Home Video
MPAA Rating : Rated PG-13 for thematic material.
IMDB ID : 0064782
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poster for "Paint Your Wagon" by Joshua Logan (1969)
Paint Your Wagon (1969) - Joshua Logan
 

Starring

Lee Marvin Ben Rumson
Clint Eastwood Pardner
Jean Seberg Elizabeth
Harve Presnell Rotten Luck Willie
Ray Walston Mad Jack Duncan
Tom Ligon Horton Fenty
Alan Dexter Parson
William O'Connell Horace Tabor
Benny Baker Haywood Holbrook (as Ben Baker
Alan Baxter Mr. Fenty
Paula Trueman Mrs. Fenty
Robert Easton Atwell
Geoffrey Norman Foster
H.B. Haggerty Steve Bull
Terry Jenkins Joe Mooney
Karl Bruck Schermerhorn
John Mitchum Jacob Woodling
Sue Casey Sarah Woodling
Eddie Little Sky Indian
Harvey Parry Higgins
H.W. Gim Wong
William Mims Frock-coated man
Roy Jenson Hennessey
Pat Hawley Clendennon
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Undetermined role (uncredited
Roger Herren Townsperson (uncredited
Robert S. Holman Zebulon (men's chorus
Norman Klar Bit part (uncredited
Jerry Whittington Gold Prospector (uncredited
 

Plot

A Michigan farmer and a prospector form a partnership in the California gold country. Their adventures include buying and sharing a wife, hijacking a stage, kidnaping six prostitutes, and turning their mining camp into a boomtown. Along the way there is plenty of drinking, gambling, and singing. They even find time to do some creative gold mining.
 

Comments

My Favorite Musical, 27 November 2003 Author: kaisai from Allegan, Michigan Eastwood & Marvin, 2 tough guys, sharing a friendship, trying to strike gold and SINGING. IMO they did all that very well. Also Jean Seberg, Harve Presnell, Ray Walston and The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band had musical numbers which were great. The women had it rough then, doing what they had t do to get by, but the majority of men were gentlemen and any wrong doings were delt with swiftly, not like in modern day civilization. People then trusted one another, went by their word and made laws simple for everyone to understand without a lawyer. They made their own kind of paradise. When civilization came in, you had the option to stay or leave, it was your choice. The story line, scenery and music score made this movie great. Also a great trivia movie, which I thing it was the only movie that Clint Eastwood sang in.
 
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