Johnny Guitar / a Republic production ; Herbert J. Yates presents ; screen play by Philip Yordan ; directed by Nicholas Ray.

Standardized Title:
Johnny Guitar (Motion picture)
[Chicago, Illinois] : Olive Films ; [Hollywood, California] : Paramount Home Entertainment, [2012]
1 videodisc (110 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
4 3/4 in.
Chanslor, Roy, 1899-1964 -- Film adaptations.
Chanslor, Roy, 1899-1964.
Businesswomen -- West (U.S.) -- Drama.
Outlaws -- Drama.
Man-woman relationships -- Drama.
Bars (Drinking establishments) -- Drama.
Role reversal -- Drama.
Railroads -- United States -- Drama.
Frontier and pioneer life -- West (U.S.) -- Drama.
West (U.S.) -- History -- Drama.
Bars (Drinking establishments)
Man-woman relationships.
Role reversal.
Frontier and pioneer life.
United States.
United States, West.
Feature films.
Fiction films.
Film adaptations.
Western films.
Western films.
Fiction films.
Film adaptations.
Feature films.
National Film Registry.
Feature films -- United States.
System Details:
DVD, NTSC, region 1.
digital optical
video file DVD video region 1
Saloon owner Vienna battles the local townspeople headed by Emma, the local sexually repressed, lynch-happy female rancher out to frame her for a string of robberies. Johnny Logan is a guitar-strumming drifter with a dark past who was once in love with Vienna and has been offered a job in her saloon. Nicholas Ray's epic western is considered one of the most original westerns of all time. The women are far tougher than the men and some saw a bizarre allegory for the McCarthy era Red Scare.
Joan Crawford, Sterling Hayden, Mercedes McCambridge, Scott Brady, Ward Bond, Ben Cooper, Ernest Borgnine, John Carradine, Royal Dano, Frank Ferguson, Paul Fix, Rhys Williams, Ian MacDonald.
Music, Victor Young ; song "Johnny Guitar" by Peggy Lee and Victor Young, sung by Peggy Lee ; director of photography, Harry Stradling ; art director, James Sullivan ; costumes designed by Sheila O'Brien ; set decorations, John McCarthy, Jr., Edward G. Boyle ; film editor, Richard L. Van Enger.
Originally released as a motion picture in 1954.
Based on the novel by Roy Chanslor.
Special feature: Introduction by Martin Scorsese (1995).
Added to the Library of Congress' National Film Registry in 2008.
Ray, Nicholas, 1911-1979, film director.
Yates, Herbert J., 1880-1966, film producer.
Yordan, Philip, screenwriter.
Crawford, Joan, 1908-1977, actor.
Hayden, Sterling, 1916-1986, actor.
McCambridge, Mercedes, actor.
Brady, Scott, 1924-1985, actor.
Bond, Ward, 1903-1960, actor.
Cooper, Ben, 1933- actor.
Borgnine, Ernest, 1917-2012, actor.
Carradine, John, actor.
Dano, Royal, 1922-1994, actor.
Ferguson, Frank, 1906-1978, actor.
Fix, Paul, 1901-1983, actor.
Williams, Rhys, 1897-1969, actor.
MacDonald, Ian, 1914-1978, actor.
Young, Victor, 1900-1956, composer (expression)
Lee, Peggy, 1920-2002, composer (expression), singer.
Stradling, Harry, 1901-1970, director of photography.
Sullivan, James W., art director.
O'Brien, Sheila, 1902-1983, costume designer.
McCarthy, John, Jr., set designer.
Boyle, Edward G., set designer.
Van Enger, Richard L., editor of moving image work.
Scorsese, Martin, on-screen presenter.
Republic Pictures Corporation, production company.
Olive Films, film distributor.
Paramount Home Entertainment (Firm), film distributor.
Publisher Number:
00887090044707 gtin-14
OF447 Olive Films
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