River of No Return (1954) was a Action - Western Film directed by Otto Preminger and Jean Negulesco and produced by Stanley Rubin.
River of No Return (1954): Mitchum and Monroe on a RaftBy 4 Star Film Fan on Sep 10, 2020 From 4 Star Films
River of No Return is nearly worthwhile for its opening visuals alone. There stands the vestige of American manhood: Robert Mitchum — unmistakably himself — felling a tree. He pulls off his hat, wipes his brow, and we get a gorgeous lingering look at his backyard. God’s majesty as ... Read full article
Marilyn: Behind the Icon – River of No ReturnBy Gary Vitacco-Robles on Aug 25, 2020 From Classic Movie Hub Blog
Monroe?s Dynamism Vies with the Majestic Canadian Rockies in River of No Return, An Odyssey of Redemption Marilyn Monroe, River of No Return ?I?m really eager to do something else,? Monroe announced in 1953. ?Squeezing yourself to ooze out the last ounce of sex allure is terribly hard. I?d lik... Read full article
The River of No ReturnBy Joey on Jan 14, 2015 From Wolffianclassicmoviesdigest
The River of No Return review https://www.facebook.com/Wolffianclassicmoviesdigest Otto Preminger’s “River of No Return is set in? set in Northwest Canada, in savage Indian territory, in the gold rush days. The plot is kinda weak but movie is very wonderfully acted and very?spectacular ... Read full article
River of No Return (1954)By Michael on Dec 27, 2013 From Le Mot du Cinephiliaque
River of No Return (Otto Preminger, 1954) After doing time in jail for murdering a man in defence of another one, Matt Carkner (Robert Mitchum) takes his son Mark (Tommy Rettig) and wants to live with him in the country of hunting, fishing , and cultivating. The woman, Kay Weston (Marilyn Monroe)... Read full article
Leonard Maltin interviews Stanley Rubin at the screening of River of No Return (1954)By Raquel Stecher on May 11, 2013 From Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog
Press Photo On Friday April 26th, 2013, Carlos and I attended a special screening of River of No Return (1954) at the Chinese Multiplex in Hollywood. You can see both of us in the photograph above (note TCM marked this photo as being a shot of the audience of Voyage to Italy but it was indeed Rive... Read full article
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Kay Weston: [Harry pulls out a pistol] What's that for?
Harry Weston: In case he's hard of hearing.
Kay Weston: This country is crawling with Indians, and you're going fishing.
Matt Calder: There are lots of ways to die. Starving to death isn't my favorite.
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Marilyn Monroe's singing voice was dubbed by Gloria Wood.
Average Shot Length (ASL) = 20 seconds
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