"The Virginian" is a Western film directed by Victor Fleming, released in the USA on November 09 of 1929 . Gary Cooper and Walter Huston are starring, alongside Richard Arlen, Mary Brian, Helen Ware and Chester Conklin.
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Who is the director of "The Virginian":
The Virginian was directed by Victor Fleming, an American director, cinematographer, producer, writer, and actor.
Before The Virginian, Victor Fleming had directed The Wolf Song, released in 1929, The Awakening (1928), Abie's Irish Rose (1928), The Rough Riders (1927), Hula (1927), and Mantrap (1926). Since, he directed Common Clay, released in 1930, Renegades (1930), The Wet Parade (1932), Red Dust (1932), Bombshell (1933), and Treasure Island (1934).
What was the release date of "The Virginian":
The Virginian was first released on Saturday, November 09, 1929, in the United States. Another film released on Saturday, November 09, 1929 is The Racketeer (dir. Howard Higgin). This was ninety (90) years ago.
It has been released on Wednesday, December 02, 1981 in Germany.
Who is at the casting of "The Virginian":
At the casting of The Virginian we find Gary Cooper, previously seen in Betrayal (1929) and The Wolf Song (1929); Walter Huston (The Lady Lies (1929), The Birth of a Nation (1915)); Richard Arlen (Dangerous Curves (1929), Thunderbolt (1929)) [ more... ]
- Eugene Pallette and Gary Cooper, Richard Arlen, Mary Brian can be seen in Paramount on Parade, released in 1930.
What is the Storyline of "The Virginian":
A man known only as the Virginian (Gary Cooper) is ranch foreman at Box H Ranch near Medicine Bow, Wyoming. At a saloon in Medicine Bow, he and the cattle rustler Trampas (Walter Huston) vie for the attentions of a barmaid; when Trampas insults him, the Virginian pulls a gun and tells him to smile. Soon afterwards, Molly Wood (Mary Brian), a new schoolteacher from Vermont, arrives in town. The Virginian and a drifter named Steve (Richard Arlen) vie for her attentions, but she ultimately chooses the latter. [...]
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