Union Pacific (1939) was a Drama - Western Film directed by Cecil B. DeMille and produced by Cecil B. DeMille, William LeBaron and William H. Pine.
FAVOURITE MOVIES: Union Pacific (1939)on Aug 19, 2019 From Caftan Woman
Film fans and historians often point to the 1939 movie season for its release of genuine, timeless classics. A roll call of movie titles is all that is needed to back up the claim. The western, a popular genre since movie's beginnings due to its easily available outdoor locations and popular stories... Read full article
Screening of “Union Pacific” at Daystar Center May 12By Stephen Reginald on Apr 5, 2017 From Classic Movie Man
Screening of “Union Pacific” at Daystar Center May 12 “Stanwyck on State Street” Series: Union Pacific Where: Daystar Center, 1550 S. State Street When: May 12, 2017 Time: 6:45 p.m. Hosted by Stephen Reginald Union Pacific (1939) is a rousing epic about the construction... Read full article
Remembering Barbara Stanwyck Blogathon: UNION PACIFICBy Dan Day Jr. on Jan 19, 2016 From The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog
Barbara Stanwyck is one of my favorite movie stars of all time. I happen to believe that the lady was the greatest all-around actress in cinema history. The film which is the subject of this blogathon post, UNION PACIFIC, more than proves my point. UNION PACIFIC is a "Super Western" produced & ... Read full article
Union Pacific (1939)By Beatrice on Feb 4, 2014 From Flickers in Time
Union Pacific Directed by Cecil B. DeMille Written by Walter de Leon, C. Gardner Sullivan, Jesse Lasky et al 1939/USA Paramount Pictures First viewing/Netflix rental As the Civil War draws to a close, Congress approves a transcontinental railroad. ?A corrupt banker decides to bet against the Union... Read full article
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Mollie Monahan: She did? Did the doctor get there in time?
Fiesta: No, she's already dead.
Mollie Monahan: Your wife?
Fiesta: My wife? No, no, the snake.
Monahan: That Jeff Butler doesn't have all his brains in his holster.
Monahan: There's nothing like hearing an engine whistle in the still night.
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For the Indian attack on the train, Paramount hired 100 Navajo Indian extras.
One of over 700 Paramount productions, filmed between 1929 and 1949, which were sold to MCA/Universal in 1958 for television distribution, and have been owned and controlled by MCA ever since.
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