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Canyon Passage (1946) was a Action - Romance Film directed by Jacques Tourneur and produced by Walter Wanger.

Academy Awards 1946 --- Ceremony Number 19 (source: AMPAS)

AwardRecipientResult
Best Music - SongMusic by Hoagy Carmichael; Lyrics by Jack BrooksNominated
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FAVOURITE MOVIES: Canyon Passage (1946)

on Apr 22, 2018 From Caftan Woman

Ernest Haycox (1899-1950) wrote stories filled with fascinating, multi-dimensional characters, interesting historical perspectives, and thrilling action. Popular best-sellers and magazine serials, these stories were also much prized by Hollywood. A few of those notable and familiar films from Haycox... Read full article


FAVOURITE MOVIES: Canyon Passage (1946)

on Apr 22, 2018 From Caftan Woman

Ernest Haycox (1899-1950) wrote stories filled with fascinating, multi-dimensional characters, interesting historical perspectives, and thrilling action. Popular best-sellers and magazine serials, these stories were also much prized by Hollywood. A few of those notable and familiar films from Haycox... Read full article


Canyon Passage (1946)

By Beatrice on Jan 30, 2015 From Flickers in Time

Canyon Passage Directed by Jacques Tourneur Written by Ernest Pascal from the novel by Ernest Haycox 1946/USA Universal Pictures First viewing/Netflix video I was expecting a bit more from this Jacques Tourneur-helmed Western. It’s perfectly serviceable, though. Logan Stuart (Dana Andrews... Read full article


Canyon Passage (1946, Jacques Tourneur)

on Sep 18, 2008 From The Stop Button

Canyon Passage starts out strange. Dana Andrews shows up in 1850s Portland (Oregon) and, after some character establishing, fends off someone breaking into his room. It got me thinking later if the unseen event leading up to the intruder is actually the film’s dramatic vehicle, the event setti... Read full article


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Logan Stuart: It's a thin margin, Johnny, between what could be and is.


Logan Stuart: A man can choose his own gods, Cornelius. What are your gods?


Logan Stuart: There was a lot of good in George.
Johnny Steele: He sure panned out no color.
Logan Stuart: There's a thin margin, Johnny, between what could be and what is.
Johnny Steele: Yeah. It was thin for you last night. We were a mind to hang ya.
Logan Stuart: You see how thin the margin is.


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Facts about

"The Hedda Hopper Show - This Is Hollywood" broadcast a 30 minute radio adaptation of the movie on October 19, 1946 with Susan Hayward reprising her film role.
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Best Music - Song Oscar 1946






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