Gold Is Where You Find It1938
Starring George Brent, Olivia de Havilland, Claude Rains, Margaret Lindsay, John Litel and Marcia Ralston, "Gold Is Where You Find It" (also known as "Occidente in fiamme") is a Drama/History/Western film directed by Michael Curtiz, and written by Warren Duff (screenplay), released in the USA on February 12 of 1938.
Who is the director of "Gold Is Where You Find It":
Gold Is Where You Find It was directed by Michael Curtiz, a director, producer, actor, and writer.
Before making Gold Is Where You Find It, Michael Curtiz had directed The Charge of the Light Brigade, released in 1936, Anthony Adverse (1936), The Walking Dead (1936), Captain Blood (1935), Little Big Shot (1935), and Front Page Woman (1935). Since, he directed The Adventures of Robin Hood, released in 1938, Four's a Crowd (1938), Four Daughters (1938), Angels with Dirty Faces (1938), Daughters Courageous (1939), and The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939).
When was "Gold Is Where You Find It" released:
Gold Is Where You Find It was initally released in the United States on Saturday, February 12, 1938. Another film released on Saturday, February 12, 1938 is The Lone Ranger (dir. John English and William Witney). This was eighty-one (81) years ago.
It has been released on Friday, December 10, 1965 in Germany.
What is the cast of "Gold Is Where You Find It":
At the casting of Gold Is Where You Find It we find George Brent, previously seen in The Go Getter (1937) and The Golden Arrow (1936); Olivia de Havilland (The Great Garrick (1937), The Charge of the Light Brigade (1936)); Claude Rains (White Banners (1938), Anthony Adverse (1936)) [ more... ]
- Olivia de Havilland, John Litel, Henry O'Neill, Russell Simpson and Moroni Olsen can be seen in Santa Fe Trail, released in 1940.
- Margaret Lindsay, Henry O'Neill, Russell Simpson and Granville Bates also appeared together in Green Light, released in 1937.
- Henry O'Neill and George Brent, Olivia de Havilland, John Litel can also be seen in Wings of the Navy, released in 1939.
- Henry O'Neill and George Brent, Margaret Lindsay, John Litel also appeared in Jezebel, released in 1938.
- Henry O'Neill and George Brent, Claude Rains, John Litel also appeared together in Land of Liberty, released in 1939.
- John Litel, Russell Simpson and Moroni Olsen also appeared together in Virginia City, released in 1940.
- John Litel, Henry O'Neill and Moroni Olsen also appeared in The Beginning or the End, released in 1947.
- Henry O'Neill and George Brent, John Litel also worked together in The Fighting 69th, released in 1940.
- George Brent, Olivia de Havilland and Barton MacLane can be seen in In This Our Life, released in 1942.
- Harry Davenport and Claude Rains, Henry O'Neill can all be seen in Juarez, released in 1939.
- Robert McWade and Margaret Lindsay, Barton MacLane also worked together in Frisco Kid, released in 1935.
- Olivia de Havilland, Claude Rains and Henry O'Neill also appeared in Anthony Adverse, released in 1936.
- Russell Simpson, Harry Davenport and Granville Bates can be seen in The Sisters, released in 1938.
What is the Storyline of "Gold Is Where You Find It":
"Gold is Where You Find It" was, in many respects, a routine Western, lifted out of the ordinary by its early use of the newly perfected 3-strip Technicolor process, its big-budget director and cast, and its musical score. During the early spring of 1937, producer Hal B. Wallis was looking for a project to film in Technicolor, as a dry run for "The Adventures of Robin Hood", which was not ready for release. So he chose this screenplay, making it probably the first Western shot in the new [...]
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