Thunder Bay

Thunder Bay

Director: Anthony Mann Cast: James Stewart, Joanne Dru, Gilbert Roland

DVD (Colorized)

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Thunder Bay was another inspired collaboration between star James Stewart and director Anthony Mann. Stewart plays an ex-GI named Steve, who has a hankering to drill for oil in the Gulf of Mexico. Together with his army buddy Gambi (Dan Duryea, in a rare good-guy role), Steve attains the financial backing of irascible oil-company chieftain Kermit MacDonald (Jay C. Flippen) and the two head southward. Before they can even place their drills in the clamps, Steve and Gambi run afoul of local shrimp fishermen who consider the presence of oil speculators as a threat to their livelihoods. Things get dicey when Steve falls in love with Stella (Joanne Dru), the daughter of combative fisherman Dominique Rigaud (Antonio Moreno). Mob mentality threatens to overcome common sense until a clever -- and mutually beneficial -- compromise between the drillers and the fishermen is reached.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/02/2014
UPC: 0025192180880
Original Release: 1953
Source: Universal Mod
Presentation: [Colorized]
Time: 1:43:00
Sales rank: 17,258

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
James Stewart Steve Martin
Joanne Dru Stella Rigaud
Gilbert Roland Teche Bossier
Dan Duryea Johnny Gambi
Jay C. Flippen Kermit MacDonald
Marcia Henderson Francesca Rigaud
Robert Monet Phillipe Bayard
Antonio Moreno Dominique Rigaud
Henry Morgan Rawlings
Fortunio Bonanova Sheriff Antoine Chighizola
Mario Siletti Louis Chighizola
Frank Chase Radio Technician
Antonio Filauri Joe Sephalu
Donald Green Fisherman
Ted Mapes Oil Man
Allen Pinson Oil Man
Jack Tesler Fisherman
Dale Van Sickel Oil Man
Ben Welden Fisherman

Technical Credits
Anthony Mann Director
Alexander Golitzen Art Director
William H. Daniels Cinematographer
Gil Doud Screenwriter
John Michael Hayes Screenwriter
Rosemary Odell Costumes/Costume Designer
Richard H. Riedel Art Director
Aaron Rosenberg Producer
Russell Schoengarth Editor
Frank Skinner Score Composer

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