Wild River (1960) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Elia Kazan and produced by Elia Kazan.
Wild River was inducted into the National Film Registry in 2002.
Wild River (1960): Elia Kazan and Monty Clift at Their Most SubtleBy 4 Star Film Fan on Sep 30, 2019 From 4 Star Films
“You’re getting awful human aren’t you Chuck?” ~ Lee Remick as Carol “I was always human, wasn’t I?” ~ Montgomery Clift as Chuck With the mention of the Tennessee Valley Authority and what feels like Depression newsreel footage?suggesting the work they are l... Read full article
Wild River (1960)By Beatrice on Jan 16, 2017 From Flickers in Time
Wild River Directed by Elia Kazan Written by Paul Osborn based on novels by William Bradford Huie and Borden Deal 1960/USA Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation First viewing/Amazon Instant It’s nice to have a candidate for Best New-to-Me Film of 2017 so early in the year! The year is 1937... Read full article
Wild River (1960, Elia Kazan)By Andrew Wickliffe on Feb 8, 2015 From The Stop Button
Director Kazan opens Wild River with newsreel footage of the Tennessee River at flood. The film is set in the 1930s, something else the newsreel footage establishes. Kazan and screenwriter Paul Osborn spend the least amount of time possible setting up the film. The newsreel takes care of setting, wh... Read full article
Wild River (1960)on Aug 30, 2013 From Journeys in Classic Film
My penultimate post explores Elia Kazan‘s little-known work: 1960′s Wild River. ?Oft-considered one of his lesser masterpieces, I wouldn’t put that level of praise on this mature and burgeoning social drama. ?Montgomery Clift, only six years before his death, is the weakest link in... Read full article
Wild River (1960) @ the Harvard Film Archive and the Walking Ethnic StereotypeBy Google profile on Aug 12, 2009 From Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog
About MeBlogger, Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog and more. Please add my Google profile to your circles. Lee Remick as Carol: You're getting awful human, Chuck.Montgomery Clift as Chuck: I've always been human.The Harvard Film Archive in Cambridge, MA is featuring Elia Kazan films this month.... Read full article
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[Carol says nothing]
Chuck Glover: I know I'll probably regret it, and I'm sure you'll regret it... but... get your hat, and a coat, wash up. Alright?
[Carol nods yes]
Carol Garth Baldwin: When you go... take me with you. One day soon, you're gonna come to me and say, "Carol, I have to go." There won't be time to talk or to think of anything. And there'll be a car waitin', and then a plane, and you'll say "Carol, honey, I have to go..." Isn't that right?
Chuck Glover: [Softly] Yes, that is right.
Carol Garth Baldwin: [Pleading] Take me with you.
Carol Garth Baldwin: [to Chuck] I'm leaving here, with you or without you, but I want you to know something... I'd be a good wife for you. A DAMN good wife. I'm smarter than you in some ways and I know what's good about you and I know what's bad and I'm not afraid to tell you... I have two children who love you. They love you and I love you... and you're not easy to love, but you do need someone... and I love you. I love you, I love you.
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The French magazine Cahiers du Cinema named this one of the best films of the year (it was released in France in 1962), at #6.
June Carter Cash auditioned for the role of Carol.
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